Here is what office cleaning activities we offer and which office areas we cover:

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.

cleaning-office-thracianHow We Can Help

Thracian Cleaners is a reliable and experienced professional cleaning services provider! We will meet your expectations and we guarantee all requirements will be carefully taken into account.

Our fully vetted and uniformed young professionals have the skills and high motivation not only to do their job decently, but with great care and perfection! Count on reliability and great efficiency from us! We insist on high quality and affordability, because we value every client!

What areas

Thracian Cleaners provides office cleaning services for business owners in the neighbouring areas, as well:

  • Acton W3
  • Shepherd’s Bush W12
  • Hammersmith W6
  • Barnes, Castelnau SW13
  • East Sheen, Mortlake SW14


Local Chiswick Info

The London area of Chiswick is situated within 6 miles west of Charing Cross and was originally a separate town. In the past it used to be a fishing and agrarian area. Its name means “Cheese Farm” from Old English. Today, though, things have changed and Chiswick is part of the London Borough of Hounslow.

Some of the local important places are the Chiswick Town Hall and the Chiswick St Nicolas. Once, they used to function as the local religious and government centres. If you are visiting the area, you might as well like to see Chiswick House – one of the most popular sights here. It is an example of a Neo Palladian building, with its symmetrical lines. The gardens and buildings of this architectural style are also remarkable, because of their aesthetic arrangement. Another local chiswickattraction is the Hogarth’s House, which today is functioning as a museum.

Here, a great number of cafes and historic pubs, as well as renowned restaurants and other places for entertainment and relaxation are awaiting residents and visitors of Chiswick. Apart from that, the area is also desired and preferred place of residence in London.

18th-century English poet Alexander Pope, Hugh Grant, Director Simon Curtis, Singer Bruce Dickinson and the actress Kate Beckinsale are some of the notable people connected to Chiswick.