End of Tenancy Cleaning Aldgate EC3
What we do
Our end of tenancy cleaning has been carefully tailored to accommodate the needs of tenants moving out of rented properties. We aim to help you make the moving out process stress free by covering all requirements from your tenancy agreement and ensure your tenancy deposit will be returned. The services we offer are guaranteed and our cleaning team will not leave the property before thoroughly clean each square inch of your property. For convenience of our customers, we have set fixed prices to make sure you are not overcharged for the service you get. Having a team of cleaners on an hourly basis will be more costly and many cleaning companies prefer seeting their prices this way.
What makes us different
- Full public liability insurance
- All London areas and the home counties covered
- Guaranteed results
- Reasonable prices
- Cleaning materials and equipment included in the quote
- Member of NCCA, FSB and BWCA
- Twelve years on the market
To enquire about our cleaning services in Aldgate EC3 please call 020 7099 6964.
We also clean in the following neighbouring areas
- End of tenancy cleaning Barbican EC2
- End of tenancy cleaning Bermondsey SE1
- End of tenancy cleaning Blackfriars EC4
- End of tenancy cleaning Shoreditch E1
- End of tenancy cleaning Islington N1
- End of tenancy cleaning Bloomsbury WC1.
And we can also assist with
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Did you know that…
- Aldgate was the eastern-most gateway through London. On the east the ward of Aldgate EC3 is bordered by the line of the former City wall, effectively parallel with Houndsditch, which divides it from the Portsoken ward. On the south there is Tower-street ward while on the west and north are located Langbourn, Limestreet, and Bishopsgate wards.
- According to history, it is thought that a gate at Aldgate was already traversing the road to Colchester during the Roman period, when the wall was constructed. The gateway was situated at the corner of the modern Duke’s Place and was always an impediment to traffic. The gate was reconstructed between 1108 and 1147, then again in 1215, and completely rebuilt between 1607 and 1609, to be finally removed in 1761.
- Nowadays the area of Aldgate is dominated by the insurance industry, giving home to several brokers and underwriters based there. Most striking buildings include the Lloyd’s Register building, 30 St Mary Axe, the Willis Building and the London Metal Exchange.