A lot of people don’t maintain and clean their home regularly, but instead postpone this task for later, however, this “later” never comes. Other people are just too busy and don’t have enough time and energy to clean the home themselves. Thankfully, there is an alternative – cleaning companies. We at House Clean London can help everyone who is in need of professional deep cleaning in NW6 Kilburn – London. We will gladly clean your house or flat.
Many people use regular cleaning services, but even in this case, you’ll need deep clean once in a while. The job of domestic cleaners is to maintain the home relatively tidy and clean and they ignore some small details that need cleaning. For example, house cleaners rarely wipe skirting boards, top of door frames or clean behind and beneath sofas and beds.
Deep cleaning takes care of every small detail in your home and you can be sure that nothing will be missed. We advice you to have your property deep cleaned at least twice a year. Of course, you still have to clean it on a regular basis in order to preserve the condition which deep cleaning has achieved. Our deep cleaning service in NW6 Kilburn – London benefits for a better, healthier and safer living environment for you and your family.
Our cleaners in Kilburn are available for residents of the entire London area and our support staff will answer your calls 24/7. Ask them anything you need to know regarding our services and prices. Our cleaning team is available all days of the week and you can book an appointment by making a single phone call.
Deep Cleaning NW6 Kilburn – London
An area on the north-west London, Kilburn is divided between London Boroughs of Camden, Brent and Westminster. Kilburn High Road running between northwest and southwest is the boundary between Camden and Brent. The road, on modern A5 road, dates back to the times of pre-Roman. It was named as Watling Street and formed part of Roman road.
Today Kilburn is a multicultural and busy district of London. The Irish population is highest in this district compared to other areas in London. It also has good Afro-Caribbean population.
Brief History of Kilburn
The origin of Kilburn dates back to the 12th century. The area grew up on a stream bank named differently as Cuneburna, Cyebourne and Kelebourne that flowed into Thames river through Hyde Park from Hampstead. Today the river is known as River Westbourne. In 1134 the Kilburn name was first recorded as Cuneburna, which means priory that included a guesthouse and mansion. The guesthouse is now The Westbury and it may have been founded in 1444.
Transport System in Kilburn
Two tube lines run across Kilburn – Jubilee line and Bakerloo line. Kilburn tube station is on Jubilee line, and on Bakerloo line are Kilburn Park tube station and Queen’s Park station. The nearest railway stations on London Overground are Brondesbury railway station and Kilburn High Road railway station. The district is also served by several bus routes.
Sports in Kilburn
The district is home of Kilburn Cosmos RFC and Kilburn Gaels Hurling Club.