Take a look at our end of tenancy services:
- 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
If you happen to be in search of a professional and highly-reputable cleaning company to carry out the end of tenancy cleaning of your accommodation in the London area of Earls Court SW5, then look no further! Thracian Cleaners can rightfully claim to be the local provider of end of tenancy services, trusted by many tenants, landlords and estate agents. Aiming only at the best results for our valued clients has earned us a reputation of a reliable and efficient partner.
End of tenancy cleaning is recommended upon vacation of residential properties. It is in the best interests both of the landlords and the tenants, as it improves the appearance and the overall hygiene of the premises. The package of deep cleaning services includes a number of activities: vacuum cleaning and dusting throughout, thorough kitchen area clean-up, window cleaning, mattress cleaning, bathroom and toilet washing and disinfection. Carpet cleaning is not part of the service but can be additionally requested. We guarantee the success of our work, so complete customer satisfaction is to be expected by our clients. Working with the most innovative cleaning equipment and environmentally friendly detergents has always been a precondition of our success.
Our employees are another major factor contributing to the prosperity of our company. We invest in regular re-training of our cleaners and always strive to be up to date with the latest innovations and developments. All of them are thoroughly vetted and checked for references.
Feel free to get in touch with us for end of tenancy cleaning services in the London area of Earls Court SW5. We also operate in the following adjacent areas:
• Kensington W8
• West Kensington W14
• Fulham SW6
• South Kensington SW7
• West Brompton SW10
Local Earl’s Court Info
Earl’s Court SW5 is an inner-London neighbourhood, constituting part of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. It was initially a rural area, but with the introduction of railway, its development accelerated. The nearest located tube stations are Earl’s Court and West Brompton stations. The area is within short walking distance from several major London venues and attractions: Holland Park, Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, the Royal Albert Hall and the Natural History, Science and Victoria and Albert Museums.
A major attraction within the area is the renowned Earl’s Court Exhibition Centre, which is a large-scale venue, housing various performances and live concerts. The building has hosted a number of significant events such as: the leading national trade fairs, the annual Motor Show, the Royal Agricultural Show, the Ideal Home Show, the farewell concert of Take That, a number of opera performances and others. Another structure worthy of mentioning is the Empress State Building, which was occupied by the Ministry for Defence for 30 years. A place of cultural and artistic interest is the 50-seat award-winning Finborough Theatre.
Distinguished personalities such as Dianna, Princess of Wales, Freddie Mercury, Stewart Granger and Alfred Hitchcock are among Earls Court former residents. A number of blue plaques commemorating several prominent people can be found on the territory of the area. Those include: Howard Carter, Edwin Arnold, Dame Ellen Terry and Sir William Orpen.