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 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.
Harringay railway station
Harringay railway station is a railway station located off Wightman Road in Harringay, North London. A formal agreement to build a station at Harringay was made between the British Land Company and the Great Northern Railway in April 1884. The Land Company needed the station to serve housing it was building to the east of the railway line on the site of Harringay House, so it contributed £3,500 to the cost and agreed to bear the working costs of the station for an initial period.