Our Regular Domestic Cleaning in SE20 Anerley, Penge, 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 SE20 Anerley, Penge
Penge was once a small town, which name was Penceat originating from the Celtic word Penceat which means “edge of wood” and refers to the fact that the neighboring area was once covered in a thick forest. There are many Victorian almshouses in Penge, the oldest being the Royal Watermen’s Almshouses; The Queen Adelaide Almshouses, also known as the King William Naval Asylum, St. John’s Road. Other places of interest are the St. John the Evangelist’s Church; Penge Congregational Church, St John’s C.E. Primary School.
The Police Station at the corner of the High Street and Green Lane is believed to be London’s oldest working police station. The London and Croydon Canal was built across Penge Common along what is now the line of the railway through Penge West railway station, deviating to the south before Anerley railway station. There is a remnant at the northern corner of Betts Park, Anerley. Interesting landmarks in Beckenham are the Chinese Garage, now a listed building; Ye Olde George Inn, the Three Tuns; Kelsey Park.
Beckenham has a number of railway links to London and to the South of Kent. The stations are Beckenham Junction, serving a number of routes; Kent House, serving Orpington line trains; New Beckenham, and Clock House on the Hayes line; and Beckenham Hill and Ravensbourne on the Catford Loop Line.
Tramlink route 2 links its terminus at Beckenham junction to East and West Croydon, and Wimbledon.