Try our excellent office cleaning services in Westminster! They include cleaning of the following office areas:

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

 

Toilets

  • 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

 

Prices

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

Office-Cleaning-Thracian-CleanersHow We Can Help

If you are a business owner in Westminster and you are trying to find excellent office cleaning services – you have come across the right company! Thracian Cleaners are fast, efficient and reliable. Our highly qualified employees will arrive friendly and uniformed to take care of the office, kitchen areas and the toilets. We wouldn’t miss any spot! Count on us for a cheap and a 100% efficient service!

What areas

Westminster can count on our excellent office cleaning services, but you can also find us, if you live in some of the neighbouring areas:

  • West End, Soho W1;
  • Paddington W2;
  • Strand & Covent Garden WC2;
  • Chelsea SW3;
  • South Kensington SW7;
  • South Lambeth SW8;
  • Waterloo, Bermondsey SE1;
  • Kennington SE11.

 

Local Westminster Info

One of the oldest London areas and among the most renowned ones is Westminster. It is situated in the very heart of the city and carries the spirit of the British power and integrity – its symbols are The Westminster Abbey, The House of Parliament and the Buckingham Palace.

Westminster started developing and growing in the 13th century with the construction work of the great cathedral. Built on the site of the old St Peter’s Church – dating back to the 7th century, it was personally supervised by King Henry III himself while under construction. The Abbey has had two main roles. It was a coronation place for all the monarchs of the Kingdom. On the other hand it was also a seat of the Archbishop of London. The main symbol of regal power ever since is accepted to be St Edward Chair, sitting on which monarchs have made their coronation oaths.

Another sign of the national historic tradition in the UK is Westminster Palace, which has served as a royal residence ever since William the Conqueror turned it into such. After a huge fire in 1512 damaged the palace, it was reconstructed and started playing the role of a Royal Court. It was later taken away from the King. This happened during the Long Revolution by the Parliament and was then used for its sessions.Westminster-Thracian

The Buckingham Palace was finished and started looking the way it does today soon after Queen Victoria’s coronation. She was the first monarch, who moved permanently in the palace.

Westminster attracts numerous visitors as a synonym of political and constitutional power. It is for sure one of the most important and beautiful areas of the capital.