Our company provides professional end of tenancy cleaning services in Harringay, N4 London. Our team of professional cleaners has many years experience in moving out and pre tenancy cleaning. All the people from the team are vetted, insured and equipped with the necessary cleaning materials. The service we provide is with 48 hours guarantee. If we missed something you can call us back and we will resend the team for free.
Below you can find a short list of what our End of tenancy cleaning in Harringay includes.
In the Kitchen
- The cleaner remove all grease and grime
- We clean inside/outside all kitchen cupboards
- Clean drawers and washing machine, microwave, oven, fridge
- Clean sink and taps, perform cleaning and mop the fllor
- Clean and wipe all kitchen surfaces
In the Bathroom and Toilets:
- Our team will clean the mirrors and windows
- We Scrub and sanitize bathroom floors, disinfect sanitary ware
- We perform cleaning of the bath, sink, showers and tiles
In the Bedroom, Living and Dining room:
- Perform cleaning of all door frames and window ledges
- Clean the skirting boards and radiators
- Vacuum all carpets and mop hardwood floors
- Clean and dust all furniture, pictures
According to your end of tenancy cleaning needs we can offer you daily, weekly, monthly, or one time cleaning. Our professional cleaners are available every day starting at 8 am and ready to satisfy all your cleaning needs. You may find our contact details here or check the page with the testimonials from our cleaners.
About our end of tenancy cleaning in Harringay, N4 London
Harringay is a residential area of North London, part of the London Borough of Haringey. The only waterway still running above ground is the man-made New River, constructed in 1619 to bring water into London from Hertfordshire. There is little doubt that the history of transport communications through Harringay had a significant effect on its shape today. In Roman times, a great roadway to the north was established. This roadway endured as a great communication passage to the north and brought much activity through the heart of the area.
Harringay Stadium was a major greyhound racing and speedway venue in Harringay. The popularity of greyhound racing started to decline in the 1960s. Both this and some poor investment decisions by the GRA left the company almost £20 million in debt by 1975.
Stroud Green Road is the main local hub and shopping area for residents. At its eastern end it intersects Seven Sisters Road and Blackstock Road at a major crossroads. Stroud Green Road is a populous thoroughfare linking the area of Crouch Hill with the major north London transport interchange of Finsbury Park station.