Our Regular Domestic Cleaning in SE18 Woolwich, Plumstead, London is a very personal service. Honesty, confidentiality and reliability are among the most important features Cleaning Team London is trying to imply in the service. For the purpose we interview and thoroughly check all our cleaners/maids and request IDs and references from them. Furthermore, we provide public liability insurance for cleaners against accidental damage.
Cleaning Team London relies on the flexibility of the regular domestic service we offer. During holidays or sickness, we are happy provide a replacement cleaner. Should it happen that you are not entirely happy with your cleaner, we will change them at any time upon your request.
We can send you a fully experienced cleaner to help you keep your home tidy and clean and you can chose the intervals of the visit, depending on the size of your property or the work done that you need. That can be a regular weekly cleaning, fortnightly cleaning, one time cleaning, bi- weekly cleaning etc.
All we need are the materials and equipment for the job to be made available to our cleaners on site. This ensures that only your preferred products are used and also it helps to keep our costs to a minimum. Call us at the numbers bellow or write us an email and we’ll make sure we take the most accurate care for your home.
About domestic cleaning in SE18 Woolwich, Plumstead
Woolwich is a district in south London, located in the London Borough of Greenwich. It is significant as a river crossing point, having the Woolwich Ferry (and the lesser-known Woolwich foot tunnel) to North Woolwich, and as the one-time home of the Woolwich Building Society (now relocated in Bexleyheath and owned by Barclays plc). Arsenal Football Club (then known as Royal Arsenal or Woolwich Arsenal) played in Plumstead between 1886 and 1913, at various grounds in the Plumstead area, but mainly at the Manor Ground, on the north side of Plumstead High Street and the Invicta Ground, where the Royal Ordnance Factories F.C. also played.
Woolwich town hall dates from when this was a borough in its own right. Nearest railway stations are Woolwich Arsenal railway station, Woolwich Dockyard railway station, Plumstead railway station Nearest tube station is North Greenwich tube station – the only Underground station in the London Borough of Greenwich. It is located on the Greenwich Peninsula close to The O2 and can be reached from Woolwich by bus.
A new Docklands Light Railway station for central Woolwich opened on the 10th January 2009, linked to Woolwich Arsenal railway station. Frequent trains run to Bank Station.
King George V station is close to the north side of the Woolwich foot tunnel in North Woolwich. This station is on the same line as Woolwich Arsenal DLR station. The DLR link to Woolwich Arsenal has proven a success. Thousands passengers use the station every weekday. The line is on track to carry millions users and Woolwich Arsenal station has become the seventh busiest station on the DLR network. Woolwich is also served by 18 Transport for London bus routes, including one dedicated night-only route and two 24-hour services. All routes serve the town centre.
The free Woolwich Ferry service operates across the River Thames to North Woolwich in the London Borough of Newham carrying trucks, cars, cyclists and pedestrians during the day until 8pm on Weekdays. A two boat service runs on Mondays to Saturdays and Sundays only has a one boat service. Woolwich foot tunnel is also available for use by pedestrians (and cyclists pushing their cycles) at any time. It is served by lifts during traditional shopping hours. The Thames flood barrier is located a mile upstream from the tunnel and ferry.