Here is a brief overview of the end of tenancy cleaning services that we cover:

  • 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.

Prices

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.

end-of-tenancy- thracian-cleanersHow We Can Help

We are happy to confirm that Thracian Cleaners delivers high-quality services in the sphere of end of tenancy cleaning to its Kensington W8 area customers. Always striving to be at the forefront of innovations and latest technologies, we do our work with great dedication and eagerness.

Fast, efficient and satisfying, our service will benefit every tenant or landlord of a residential property. Tailored to meet the highest expectations, our services and great customer care have won us thousands of constant loyal clients.

Our employees’ professionalism gives our clients peace of mind and tranquility during the cleaning process. Another advantage adding up to the safety of our service is that we run thorough vetting procedures prior to employing new cleaners to our team.

What Areas

Feel free to contact us also for the following nearby located areas:

  • Earl’s Court SW5
  • South Kensington SW7
  • Bayswater, Paddington W2
  • Holland Park, Notting Hill W11
  • West Kensington W14

 

Local Kensington Info

Kensington W8 is a prestigious and exclusively affluent quarter of the metropolitan city, belonging to the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Kensington High Street is the main shopping area, which was proclaimed “London’s second best shopping street” in 2005, but ever since the creation of Westfield shopping centre, it experienced some serious competition. The Royal Park of Kensington Gardens is a great green public space which was originally the private garden of Kensington Palace. The latter has been functioning as the residence of members of the British Royal Family, and is currently (as of 2012) the official residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The State Rooms are open for visits and managed by a non-profit charity. Another green area in Kensington is Holland Park.

The area is densely populated and a very desirable place for buying real estate. Kensington features a great concentration of cultural and educational facilities. Some of the most prominent ones are: the Royal College of Music, Heythrop kensington-thracian-cleanersCollege, the Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, the Royal College of Art and Kensington and Chelsea College. The Royal Albert Hall is one of the most recognized landmark buildings in London and the most celebrated concert hall, housing exclusive performances by the world’s leading artists. Kensington is also famous for the variety of museums of world-class, including the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum. A number of offices of famous media establishments are located within the territory of Kensington: the Daily Mail and General Trust, and the Independent Series.