Thracian Cleaners is proud to present to Chelsea residents our wide range of excellent office cleaning services! They include the following areas and activities:

Office areas

  • Desk and furniture surfaces dusted
  • Window sills and skirting boards dusted
  • Carpets vacuumed / hard floors swept and damp mopped
  • Waste paper bins emptied and relined
  • Rubbish put in refuse sacks and taken to rubbish collection point


Kitchen area

  • Surfaces cleaned
  • Wipe down all tiles
  • Exterior of kitchen appliances cleaned
  • Microwave cleaned inside
  • Floors swept and vacuumed (mopped once a week)
  • Mugs and cups collected, washed and stored in cupboard
  • Rubbish put in refuse sacks and taken to rubbish collection point



  • Wipe down all tiles
  • Mop and sanitise floors
  • Clean and disinfect toilets
  • Clean and disinfect sinks
  • Clean and polish mirrors
  • Empty, clean and reline bins



Please call 020 7060 3805 to request a free no obligation estimate.

Office-Cleaning-Thracian-CleanersHow We Can Help

Business owners in Chelsea have the unique chance to book Thracian Cleaners’ professional office cleaning services at the lowest possible cost. If you need your office to get clean and shiny, just call us. Our fully vetted and uniformed young cleaning technicians know what to do and how to do it fast. You will be amazed by the result of their work. They have the skills and experience to deal with whatever cleaning problems might occur. According to the special equipment in the office, our technicians carefully clean and sanitise surfaces.

What Areas

We also operate in the areas, neighbouring Chelsea::

  • Pimlico, Belgravia SW1;
  • South Kensington SW7;
  • Earls Court SW5;
  • South Lambeth SW8;
  • West Brompton SW10;
  • Battersea SW11.


Local Chelsea Info

Situated in Central London, Chelsea is nowadays one of the most popular and desired as a place of residence areas. Once, the district used to be just a small fishing village surrounded by forests. Today it has grown to be one of the most fashionable and expensive London areas. In Old English the name Chelsea means “landing place on the river for chalk/ limestone”.

Except for being very proud of its famous football team, Chelsea has also other reasons to be among the most highly-developed areas of the capital. One of the most significant buildings here – the Chelsea Royal Hospital found in 1682 by Charles II, was built especially for war veterans. Chelsea Porcelain Factory, the Saatchi Gallery, Chelsea Farmers’ Market and Old Town Hall, as well as King’s Road are some more local places of interest. Sloane Square is known as ‘the commercial heart of Chelsea’.
In the yard of Royal Hospital, every year takes place the Chelsea Flower Show. The Chelsea Physic Garden is also a place worth seeing, if you are visiting the area. It is an exclusive place for studying medicinal plants, where more than 5000 different species are grown. In the rock garden a great number of different herbs, poisonous plants and volcanic stones brought from Iceland attract visitors’ attention.

Some of the notable residents of Chelsea are Wilde, Sir Laurence Olivier, Thomas Carlyle, Sir Thomas More, Margaret Thatcher and Mick Jagger, Freddie Mercury, as well as, J. W. Turner and George Eliot.