Our excellent window cleaning services in Fulham include the following:
- Reach & Wash Window Cleaning System, which covers up to 72 Feet
- Window cleaning, UPVC, Atria, signs, paneling, cladding, facades, glass roofs and canopies cleaning. External frames cleaning if necessary.
- Cleaning of inaccessible windows
- Efficiency and safety
- Affordable prices
- Only eco-friendly detergents used
- Great insurance policy – we cover claims up to £5,000,000.
Please call 020 7060 3805 to request a free no obligation estimate.
How We Can Help
We are a professional cleaning services provider and we specialize in window cleaning to suit all our clients’ needs. We guarantee fast and reliable service, shiny windows and affordable prices. Our main concern is the convenience of our customers and to leave them satisfied with our work. We use traditional window cleaning, as well as the Reach & Wash Window Cleaning System – an innovative technique, using no ladders, cradles or detergents. It allows access to hard-to-reach high corners up to 72 feet.
If you are not one of the lucky residents of Fulham, remember we are also available in:
- Earl’s Court SW5;
- West Brompton SW10;
- Battersea SW11;
- Wandsworth SW18;
- Putney SW15;
- Barnes SW13;
- Hammersmith W6;
- West Kensington W14.
Local Fulham Info
Fulham is a nice residential area, very popular among sports-lovers in the whole country. Craven Cottage and Stamford Bridge are two stadiums of Premier League clubs, found in Fulham. For many people, especially for sports fans, the area is mostly famous for being a home to the Champions League winners Chelsea.
Situated in the south-western part of the capital, Fulham is among the most famous London areas. It is also one of the oldest settlements recorded – more specifically, its name in Saxon was first recorded in 691.
The story goes like this – in 879 the Danish invaders, who sailed up the Thames, decided to make a camp between the current territory of Fulham and Hammersmith for the winter. Later, the area once again became arena for historical events. The earl of Essex built a temporary bridge there about eight hundred years later, while chasing King Charles I, who was fleeing to Oxford.
In Fulham during the period of the Industrial Age, which continued during the greater part of the 20th century, used to live mostly working-class families. The population consisted of people, employed in the sphere of heavy work. Later, the area changed demographically and was populated with young professionals, who replaced the workers.
Nowadays the area is a modern quarter – a highly desired residential destination, with a lot of nice pubs and cafes, restaurants and exclusive clubs. The Harwood Arms, which is one of the greatest pubs in London, is situated here, in Fulham. The White Horse and The River Café, of course, are also among the most popular places for visitors and residents.