Landlords and tenants in Tottenham, London often need one of the most popular cleaning services – end of tenancy cleaning. Our company offers this specific service and we have already satisfied hundreds of landlords and tenants. We guarantee that our cleaners will leave you with a spotless clean place.
Give us a call and our support staff will explain you everything you need to know about our end of tenancy cleaning package in Tottenham, London. We will arrange a meeting and our cleaning team will arrive in the appointed time & day. They will stay there as long as it takes in order to make your place look like new. We have gathered some of the best cleaners in London and we guarantee that they will take care of every part of your property.
We know how hard it is for customers to choose a reputable cleaning company, because you never know what the quality will be, but we can guarantee for our services. The end of tenancy cleaning team will take care of all areas of your house:
• They will mop the floor
• They will clean cupboards and drawers on the inside and out
• They will sanitize and polish the sink and taps
• They will clean kitchen appliances
Bathroom and Toilets
• They will scrub and sanitize the floor
• They will clean the tiles, shower, sink and bath
• They will clean and polish the mirrors
Bedroom, Living and Dinning Room
• They will vacuum clean carpets and upholstery
• They will clean skirting boards, doors, door frames, light switches and radiators
• They will dust all surfaces
We provide our cleaners with all the required equipment and detergents. We only use biodegradable, anti-allergic and eco-friendly cleaning products. We don’t charge extra for the equipment. Our service comes with a 48 hour guarantee and you find something dirty during this time, you can call us and we will send our team to sort our the problem and clean your place free of charge.
End of Tenancy Cleaning Tottenham
An area in London Borough of Haringey, Tottenham district lies about 6.6 miles north north-east of Charing Cross.
Brief History of Tottenham
The name Tottenham has been probably derived from the name of a farmer, Tota, who had a hamlet that has been mentioned in the Domesday Book. Hence Tottenham is believed to have been taken from Tota’s hamlet and was earlier named as Toteham.
Settlement in the area dates back to more than thousand years, mainly along the Ermine Street, old Roman road, and between Tottenham Hale and High Cross. In 1086 the Domesday Book mentions about seventy families lived in the area of the manor.
Tottenham became an urban district in 1894. It was made a municipal borough on September 27, 1934. On April 1, 1965 this municipal borough became part of London Borough of Haringey.
The Tottenham Districts
It is a large area with two postcode areas – N15 and N17. The area is divided into four zone – North Tottenham, Central Tottenham, West Tottenham and South Tottenham.
Landmarks of Tottenham
The notable places of Tottenham district are oldest surviving building All Hallows Church of Norman times, Tottenham Cemetery, Broadwater Farm of 1967, Brook Street Chapel of 1839, St Ann’s Church of 1861 and Tower Gardens Estate that was earlier called LCC White Hart Lane Estate.