Due to our extensive experience of working within the sphere of end of tenancy cleaning, we are perfectly aware of all the activities that should be accomplished. Our end of tenancy cleaning package of services includes the following:
- washing and polishing all surfaces
- cleaning all cupboards
- cleaning of all sinks and taps
- degreasing of wall tiles if necessary
- cleaning all kitchen appliances inside and out
- cleaning and polishing of the shower screen
- cleaning and polishing of the bath, basin and taps
- brushing and cleaning of the toilet
- thorough dusting of all rooms
- vacuum cleaning of all carpets after we move the furniture
- mattresses are vacuum cleaned and treated against dust mites
- thorough window cleaning
- waste and rubbish removal.
*Please note that our End Of Tenancy Cleaning prices do not include carpet cleaning as it is charged separately.
Our End of Tenancy Cleaning prices start from £80.00.
To find out more and to schedule your end of tenancy cleaning service, please call 020 7060 3805.
How We Can Help
End of tenancy cleaning is a deep and thorough service, which is recommended at the end of the rental agreement and is preferably done by a professional cleaning company to insure covering of all required standards. If you are in search of an end of tenancy cleaning company operating in Barnes SW13 area of London, you have come across the right one. Thracian Cleaners stands out from its competitors in the cleaning business due to its customer-oriented policy and high level of services.
Our clients may rest assured that the cleaning teams we send out are thoroughly vetted, checked for references and fully insured. Our cleaning specialists are professionally trained to work with the high-end cleaning equipment and wide range of cleaning detergents.
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Local Barnes Info
Barnes SW13 is located in south-west London and constitutes part of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. The area has an impressive heritage of 18th and 19th century architectural landmarks and the town centre has the status of a conservation area due to its architectural and historic significance.
Spreading on 120 acres, the Barnes Common is an expansive green space and nature reserve. The Barnes Pond is yet another local attraction. A popular landmark related to Barnes is the Olympic Studios, where a number of rock and pop stars have recorded their music. Those include the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, Queen, Eric Clapton, Coldplay, Madonna and others. The studio is currently on its way to become an independent cinema again.
Barnes is notable for the oldest riverside housing on the territory of London. Prominent people such as the English composer Gustav Holst and ballet dancer and choreographer Ninette de Valois have lived there. Henry Fielding resided in the area as well and a number of other writers and poets such as David Harsent, Eric Newby and Roger McGough. Musicians like Brian May, Freddie Mercury and Pete Tong are associated with Barnes as well. Twilight celebrity Robert Pattinson was born in Barnes. Ebenezer Cobb Morley, who is famous for formulating modern day football’s essential rules, lived in the area. He was the first secretary of the football association.