Affordable Cleaning Services Mortlake SW14
Helping SW14 Customers With Their Cleaning Since 1998
Anyclean's cleaning service deals are among the most competitive you can find in Mortlake
What Can We Do For You?
- Domestic cleaning Mortlake
- Carpet cleaning Mortlake
- Window cleaning Mortlake
- End of tenancy cleaning Mortlake
- Office cleaning Mortlake
- Gutter cleaning Mortlake
- Pressure washing Mortlake
You can also book us if you need waste disposal, after-builders clean, garden cleaning, spring cleaning or oven cleaning help.
How Much Do Our Cleaning Services Cost?
|Flight of stairs (up to 14 steps)||£30.00|
|Small rug (up to 2 sq m)||£25.00|
|Large rug (3-6 sq m)||£37.00|
|Extra large rug ( more than 6 sq m)||from £45.00|
|2-seater sofa||£43.00 p/h|
|3-seater sofa||£57.00 p/h|
|Weekly/Fortnightly||Call 020 7099 6964 for a quote|
|End of Tenancy Cleaning|
|Studio flat||from £130.00|
|Prices are subject to VAT and a valid for postcodes within the M25. Congestion charge, parking fee and minimum spend may apply.|
What Makes Anyclean The Best Cleaning Choice In Mortlake?
- A crew of dedicated and highly skilled experts
- Non-stop availability - we work even on Bank and National Holidays
- Free quotes available 24/7 via email
- Reasonable rates and great special offers
- No hidden fees or charges - you only pay for what you get
- Multiple payment options
- Instant cleaner's replacement in case of sickness or upon request
- Punctuality - we are always on time for our appointments
- A bullet-proof public Insurance and Liability Policy.
No Compromises With Quality Control
If you are not happy with any aspect of our performance, you can request an immediate repetition of the concrete cleaning task - we will do it FREE OF CHARGE!
Our Latest Cleaning Jobs In SW14
- Restaurant kitchen cleaning at Ashleigh Rd, Mortlake, London SW14.
- One-off deep clean for home carpets at Mullins Path, Mortlake, London SW14 8EZ.
- Office exterior window washing at Mortlake High St, Mortlake, London SW14 8JN.
- Same-day end of tenancy cleaning at Worple St, Mortlake, London SW14 8HE.
Frequently Asked Questions
How often should I get my house cleaned?
Most people choose the bi-weekly option for regular visits. If, however, you find out two visits per month are not enough, you can opt for weekly visits.
What are typical house cleaning duties?
These usually fall into the following categories:
- Dusting and polishing in all rooms
- Doing the dishes
- Vacuum cleaning in all rooms, including the furniture
- Floor cleaning, depending on the floor covering type
- Garbage removal
- Interior window polishing.
- Cleaning and polishing the sink
- Emptying the bins
- Dusting the cupboards and drawers
- Cleaning of all cooking surfaces.
- Cleaning the toilet
- Cleaning the bathtub or the shower screen
- Cleaning all mirrors and drawers.
What's the difference between a maid and a house cleaner?
Most people use the two terms as interchangeable synonyms, but people in the industry know better. "House cleaner" refers to a professionally trained person who comes and does the housekeeping chores once per week or fortnight. A maid usually takes over the entire set of housekeeping duties and spends significantly more time in the household, up to several hours per day.
- Mortlake was originally a riverside, rural settlement. There still remain a few early houses, which date from the late 15th century, alongside the riverfront at Thames Bank.
- The area was mentioned in the Domesday Book as Mortelege, which is though to men “a small stream containing young salmon. According to the Domesday Book, the large Manor of Mortlake included Putney and Wimbledon. It was held by the Archbishop of Canterbury until the 16th century.
- During the early 17th century a tapestry works was set up on the area of Mortlake. After its closure, market gardening and brewing became the main industries in Mortlake.
- Mortlake is the finishing point of the annual Oxford v Cambridge boat race, which takes place in March. Mortlake Stone is the stone next to the Thames at Mortlake that marks the finishing point of the famous boat race between Oxford and Cambridge Universities.