Thracian Cleaners offer cheap and efficient window cleaning services for Mortlake residents! Take a look:
- 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
If you need reliable commercial or home window cleaning services in Mortlake, but you never succeed to find a decent provider, call Thracian Cleaners! Our uniformed, fully vetted and insured window cleaning technicians will wash and polish your windows with no risk of damaging your property. We use traditional window cleaning methods, as well as the Reach & Wash Window Cleaning System, which is able to reach the hardest-to-reach corner up to 72 feet height. Book us now for perfect results!
We also serve the areas, neighbouring Mortlake:
- Chiswick W4;
- Barnes SW13;
- Putney SW15.
Local Mortlake Info
Occupying the territory on the south bank of the River Thames, Mortlake has the past fame of a tapestry manufacture centre. This handcraft really thrived in the area for quite a long time. The tradition lasted from the early part of the 17th century till the civil wars ended.
The district, however, is not only popular for its tapestry history. It is also an important brewing centre. Even today, the Mortlake Brewery is still in function, providing about 180 people with a job. T
he brewery exists since the 15th century and in 1840s was acquired by James Philips.
A nice residential suburb, today Mortlake does not lack anything, from shops and cafes, to public transport serving the residents. The nearest railway stations in the district are BranesBridge railway station, Mortlake railway station and North Sheen railway station.
Maybe few people know that the name of the area comes from Mortelage, which means ‘a small stream, containing young salmon’. This ‘small stream’ might be a former tributary of the river, where a fishery used to exist. Although it is not present today, it gave the name of Mortlake.