End of Tenancy Cleaning Alperton
What does our end of tenancy cleaning include?
It is a common practice landlords and estate agents to require a professional end of tenancy cleaning service of a rented property to be done before it is vacated. This moving out cleaning is different than the standard domestic cleaning as it is more thorough and requires more efforts and time. The Anyclean’s cleaning teams are trained, experienced, vetted and fully insured and they stay in the property until it is completely cleaned. We supply all cleaning products and equipment as we know what exactly to use to deliver excellent results.
What we clean
Thorough kitchen cleaning including cupboards, drawers, shelves, sink, rubbish bins, lamps and lamp switches, kitchen appliances like oven, fridge, freezer, microwave – all cleaned from inside too.
- Bathroom/Shower room
Deep clean of bath, bath curtain, shower, shower screen, toilet bowl, toilet seat, basin, taps and mirror.
- Living room/Bedroom
Furniture dusted and polished, mirrors, tables, chairs, bed frames cleaned, upholstery and mattresses vacuumed.
All doors, door frames, windows, window sills, window frames, banisters, picture rails, picture frames, dado rails and skirting boards will be cleaned. The floors will be vacuumed and mopped, please note that carpet cleaning is not included in the quote for end of tenancy cleaning service.
Which areas do we cover?
We cover all London areas including Alerton HA0 and the following neighbouring areas:
- Kensal Green
- Northwick Park
- Park Royal
To check what cleaning services are available in Alperton HA0 please call 020 7099 6964. We are available seven days a week with no extra charge over the weekend.
Did you know that…
- The term Alperton stands for a district within the London Borough of Brent in north-west London. The district is located 7,6 miles west north-west of Charing Cross. In the area there is a high incidence of Indians as well as a small Sri Lankan community.
- The district’s major road is Ealing Road. It is occupied by many Indian restaurants, Indian clothing shops and general goods. Exotic fruits and vegetables can also be found and purchased from its traditional outlets.
- Some of the most notable residents of Alperton include: football player Joseph Albert “Joe” Wiggins (1909-1982), former professional football player and now manager Gary Patrick Waddock (born in 1962), chess endgame study composer and author John Roycroft (born 1929), and sculptor Neville Boden (1929-1996).
- The towpath of the Grand Union Canal in the area hosted the scene of an episode of the BBC TV soap EastEnders. The episode was broadcasted on 23 February 1989, in which the character Den Watts was shot before failing into the canal.