Thracian Cleaners offers to private home owners and business owners in Westminster the following window cleaning services:
- 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
Our fast and reliable services include traditional window cleaning method, as well as the innovative Reach & Wash Window Cleaning System, which reaches up to 72 feet and is able to wash even the highest and hardly accessible corner, from the ground. It’s not only safe, because it eliminates the need of using ladders and cradles, but also because it is detergent-free. Trust our friendly and experienced young window cleaning operatives. They will do a perfect job and you will enjoy windows, cleaner than ever.
If you live in one of the following areas, neighbouring Islington, feel free to book our services:
- 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
Westminster is undoubtedly one of the most famous quarters in the capital, situated in its very heart. The rich historical past of Westminster has turned it into a synonym of constitutional and political power for residents not only of the area, but also for all UK citizens. The symbols of this power are the emblematic buildings of The House of Parliament, The Westminster Abbey and, of course, the BuckinghamPalace.
Westminster originates back from the 13th century and it is connected to the building of the great cathedral – St Peter’s Church, which dates back as far as the 7th century. The process of its construction works was supervised by King Henry III himself. This very important place was used as a seat of the Archbishop of London. Ever since, there were crowned all the monarchs of the Kingdom. St Edward Chair, which stands in the centre of the church, is the chair on which the king or queen make their coronation oath.
For almost five centuries, the Westminster Palace served as a royal residence of William the Conqueror. Unfortunately, in 1512 a fire damaged the palace and after its reconstruction, started to serve as a Royal Court. Later the place was seized from the King by the Parliament and was used for its sessions. Nowadays, it still has the same function. This is one of the greatest symbols of the national historic tradition, even today.
Soon after the coronation of Queen Victoria, she became the first monarch, who permanently settled to live in the Buckingham Palace. The palace is visited by numerous visitors of Westminster every year.