Our fast and reliable window cleaning services are available now in Kilburn. Take a look at what we offer:
- 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 use traditional window cleaning, which has proved itself as reliable and efficient, but we also use the innovative Reach & Wash Window Cleaning System. This is a modern procedure done from the ground, reaching up to 72 feet height. Difficult-to-reach corners are now perfectly accessible, besides we use no detergents and everything is 100% safe. Call us now and your windows will be cleaner than ever!
We now work in Kilburn’s neighbouring areas:
- Cricklewood NW2
- Hampstead NW3
- St John’s Wood NW8
- Willesden NW10
- Maida Vale W9
- North Kensington W10
Local Kilburn Info
The area of Kilburn NW6 is situated in North London and is a really busy residential area, desired as a place for living. Once, it was a preferred destination for Irish immigrants and today it is still populated by people of different ethnicity. To the colourful atmosphere of Kilburn add the numerous beautiful parks, landscapes and historical buildings, in combination with cafés, restaurants, music venues and pubs. Here also bustles a busy night life, just like it should, in one of the most fashionable London quarters.
An interesting fact is that the name of the district comes from Anglo- Saxon. It means either “the cattle stream” or it is simply the personal name “Cylla”. Still, there is another theory that the area is named after a stream, called “Kelebourne”, passing through Kilburn.
Nowadays, a vast variety of ethnicities and nations live here and a lot of interesting places, carry Kilburn’s rich historic past. The main road in the area is the Kilburn High Road, which homes a lot of cafés, restaurants and shops as well as fashionable boutiques. If you are a visitor of the area, you might like to take a look at The Tricycle Theatre and the Gaumont State Cinema, built by George Coles in 1937 in the beautiful Art Deco style. Exotic fruit and vegetables, electrical goods and clothes, as well as jewelry are found on Kilburn Market.
If you need to get out of the busy city life for a moment, you might as well visit the Raldolph Gardens, which offer some peaceful moments outside in the fresh air.