West Brompton now is offered the following window cleaning services by Thracian Cleaners:
- 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
Thracian Cleaners is the solution for all your window cleaning worries! We are hard-working and motivated, fully vetted and skilled. The great experience we have in the sphere, allows us to use not only traditional window cleaning methods, but also modern innovative ones, when needed. We use Reach & Wash Window Cleaning System, which is done from the ground, but can reach up to 72 feet. It also washes unreachable corners, with no risk what so ever.
West Brompton counts on our reliable and fast services, but residents of the neighbouring areas can also book us:
- Earl’s Court SW5;
- South Kensington SW7;
- Chelsea SW3;
- Battersea SW11;
- Fulham SW6.
Local West Brompton Info
Situated in south-west London, this area belongs to the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Today it is a nice and desired residential area and despite the fact that prices of property here may reach up to one million pounds, it does not lack anything.
It is well served by public transport – the West Brompton Underground Station takes care.
The cultural life is busy and active. Finborough Theatre is definitely a place of interest. In the small, fifty-seat-theatre, are shown only English-speaking plays. Earl’s Courts Exhibition Centre is another place, worth visiting. It is the biggest in Central London exhibition venue and is situated very near. Madonna, Iron Maiden and many other music-giants have performed there.
Undoubtedly, the Brompton Cemetery is one of the most famous places in the area. James Brown, Samuel Baker, Henry Cole and Emmeline Pankhurst and other great people are buried in it. The cemetery is
situated in South West London, near Earl’s Court in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Part of the Magnificent Seven, it was opened in 1840 and is now managed by The Royal Park.