If you are a business owner in Notting Hill and you need excellent office cleaning services, call Thracian Cleaners to provide the following services:

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-cleaning2How We Can Help

Now you have found the best office cleaning services in London at the lowest possible price! We need to make sure all our customers can afford our excellent services and enjoy a clean, shiny office. Our team of young and hard-working professionals is fast and reliable. They will arrive uniformed and friendly and they will do a great job, because of the great skills and vast experience they have accumulated, while working in the sphere. They will wash and polish everything, in accordance with the specific type of work and equipment of the office. Special requirements will be all taken into account. We will not miss any detail!

What Areas

Not only Notting Hill residents, but also the residents of the neighbouring areas can book our services. We are now available in:

  • Paddington W2
  • Kensington W8
  • West Kensington W14
  • Shepherds Bush W12
  • North Kensington W10
  • Maida Vale W9


Local Notting Hill Info

The name of the district is supposed to come from the old “Knutting-Barnes”, “Knotting-Bernes” or “Nutting-barns”, supposed to originate from a huge manor located in Kensington.

Once, wastelands and forests, Notting Hill is today famous cosmopolitan area in the western part of the capital. After the building of Ladbroke and the Norland estates, in Notting Hill began a very active construction works. It was then, when the rapid development of the area began. A huge flood of African and Caribbean immigrants came after World War II and formed the colourful ethnic mixture of the quarter.

Terraced Victorian houses add to the artistic architectural style of the district. Louis Kossuth’s House, Pembridge Road, Our Lady of Lourdes church, the Bankrobber Gallery, Portobello Green, Portobello Road Antique Market, Colville Square Gardens, the Coronet Cinema, the Gate Theatre, Kensington Temple, the Bankrobber Gallery, Portobello Green, Portobello Road Antique Market, Queen’s Park Libra




ry, St. John’s Gardens, Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising, Whitewall Galleries are just a few of the local places of interest.

Known as the ‘bohemian quarter’ of London, Notting Hill homes the second biggest street festival, after the one in Rio. It attracts numerous visitors every year and adds to the charm and “alternative”

culture style of the area