End of Tenancy Cleaning Barking
Who is our service for?
- Letting agents
- Property management companies
There is plenty of work when you are moving out – packing belongings, moving furniture, finding a new place to stay and a lot more commitments you should deal with. Cleaning the property you are vacating is a very important aspect of the check out process and it has do be done perfectly to ensure you will have your deposit back. Instead of pushing yourself to do all the cleaning yourself, why don’t you assign this task to our dedicated teams of cleaners?
With over twelve years of experience in cleaning, we know how to clean properties to a high standard leaving no doubt you will get your deposit back. We can make the whole process of moving out more enjoyable and less stressful for you by sending you our friendly and hard working cleaners who love cleaning and have devoted their time helping customers do the cleaning instead of them.
What is included in our service?
- Clean work tops, hobs, oven, grill
- Clean fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine
- Clean small kitchen appliances
- Clean dining table & chairs
- Clean cupboards, drawers and shelves
- Clean windows, window sills and window frames from inside
- Clean doors, door frames and skirting boards
- Clean banisters, dado rails, curtain rails, pictures and picture frames
- Vacuum soft furniture & curtains
- Clean bathroom, toilet & shower room
- Vacuum and mop floors
Please note we do not clean blinds, walls, ceilings and windows externally within our end of tenancy cleaning Barking IG11. Carpet and upholstery cleaning are not part of the service.
For more details read our check list which outlines in details what is covered in our service.
We also provide cleaning in the following areas:
- Becontree Heath
- East Ham
- Seven Kings
- Upton Park
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Did you know that…
- The term Barking is referred to a suburban area in east London and the administrative headquarters of the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham. Barking IG11 is one of 35 main centres identified in the London Plan and is situated 8.8 miles east of Charing Cross.
- In the past its most advanced industry was fishing and farming, while the settlement was part of the county of Essex.
- As taking part of the suburban growth of London during the 20th century, the area of Barking got importantly expanded and increased in population. The main reason for such growth was the development of the London County Council estate at Becontree in the 1920s.
- The name Barking derives from Anglo-Saxon ‘Berecingas’, which means either ‘the settlement of the followers or descendants of a man called Bereca’ or ‘the settlenet by the birch trees’.