Nobody wants to come back home after a hard day and start with the housework. Whether you are a busy professional, have children, or are retired you can count on End Of Tenancy Cleaning Team to reduce your stress and clean your home. You will be amazed at how fantastic it is to get home from work to a clean, tidy, fresh smelling house. Relax and enjoy your free time the way you would love to.
We are the cleaning agency in London that provides a full range of house cleaning services that cover just about any cleaning problem. Whether you require daily, weekly, fortnightly or monthly cleaning, a one off spring cleaning, end of tenancy cleaning or an after builders cleaning, End Of Tenancy Cleaning Team can supply you with the perfect cleaner or team of cleaners for the job every time.
All of our house cleaners are professionals. They are fully police checked and interviewed with complete and thorough reference checks. You no longer have to worry about letting a team of cleaners work in your home while you are at work. If you need your refrigerator, or oven cleaned, or some laundry washed, we will gladly take care of it. Tell us what you want and we will do our best to meet your needs.
When you use End Of Tenancy Cleaning Team’s house cleaning service you receive:
* A reliable and trustworthy house cleaner/cleaners with checked references;
* Excellent customer service support from our office team
* For regular visits – same cleaner every week/ month (a replacement cleaner is provided in the event of illness, holiday, etc.);
* And at last but not least, the perfect clean home after every visit.
About our house cleaners in Archway, Hornsey N19 – London
The name derives from the arch built between Highgate and Hornsey in 1896. Until quite recently, Archway did not designate a specific area. Most people referred either to Highgate, Islington or Upper Holloway, a name that is now used for little besides the nearby railway station and the post office.
Hornsey is a district in London Borough of Haringey in north London in England. Whilst Hornsey was formerly the name of a parish and later a municipal borough of Middlesex, today, the name refers only to the London district. The name Hornsey originated from a Saxon chieftain named Haering; ‘Haering’s Hege was Haering’s enclosure. It shares this derivation with Haringey which is a modern variant now applied more specifically to the Borough.
Tufnell Park Road runs along the line of an old Roman road which stretches from the Roman camp beneath Barclays Bank and Batten’s Carpets on the Holloway Road up Dartmouth Hill and over Hampstead Heath. For centuries the area was renowned for its dairy farms which kept London to the south supplied with milk. Tufnell Park was more fortunate than several of its neighbours. Whereas roads and railway lines were sliced through Kentish Town and Camden in the 19th century, they mostly passed through Tufnell Park in tunnel, and Junction Road railway station provided a direct link with central London.