Cleaning Team London is proud to be the preferred cleaning company to many London’s Furniture Fitters and Builders. Our After Builders Cleaning in N18 Upper Edmonton London involves detailing and cleaning finished building projects, getting them ready to be handed over. Builders Cleans can include shops, houses, re-fits, offices, warehouses, restaurants and more.
This can at times mean very heavy and persistent work in order to succeed in completing the tasks as quickly as possible sometimes in a day or two.
Builders Cleaning may include: Exterior of Buildings, sweep away all sand and debris, polish stainless steel, wipe all racks, sweep floors, hose floors vacuum all carpeted areas, vacuum/mop floor tiles, general clean, hot water extract all carpeted area, remove any glue from windows, clean of frames and ledges, squeegee clean all perimeter glass windows etc.
Our professional teams at Cleaning Team London have all the necessary tools to clean your newly constructed orrenovated residence. Post Construction Services are available for both residential and commercial customers. Also we specialise in the cleaning of newly built homes and after construction site clean ups. Our insured and thoroughly trained staff try their utmost best to satisfy your new home owners. All Post-Construction and Afterbuilders Cleaning Services are entitled to an on-site inspection and estimate is free, so please give us a call now and we will give you the most competitive price for cleaning your property.
After Builders Cleaning in N18 Upper Edmonton
Upper Edmonton, home to a number of political offices in the district, is located within the London Borough of Enfield. It sits in between Tottenham and Lower Edmonton. It is fondly called the “The Angel” by the locales because of the former public house called the Angel that was demolished to make way for the renovation of the North Circular Road.
Being an influential and political area within the district, it is home to several offices of various public services and the NHS North Middlesex University Hospital. It is also home to Pymmes Park, a historical walled garden, bordered by the North Circular Road. This district park is popular for its trail that will get you through Pymmes Brook.
Upper Edmonton is an area of great cultural significance because there are a great number of foreign communities settling in the area including Alabanian, Bangladesh, Greek, Chinese, Afro- Caribbean, Somalian, Turkish, Pakistan and Portuguese. Being so, it has a diverse religious inclinations and religious sectors. It is home to the Edmonton Islamic Center Al-Masjid, which is a popular Muslim Mosque. Upper Edmonton also has several churches of different religious sectors including Greek Orthodox and Evangelical churches. St. Aldhelm’s church located in Silver Street is a notable place of worship in the district, which was designed by the famed William Douglas Caroe in 1903.
Being a highly populated district, it has several public transportations available for its residents including a wide array of options for bus rides. Bus routes that service the area includes 34, 149, 102, 444 and 279. One can also use the British Rail, which is one of the major rail transports in the entire Great Britain. It has one station in Upper Edmonton, namely the Silver Street railway station located in Sterling Way in Edmonton.