Cleaning Team London has been providing efficient end of tenancy cleaning services in SE11 Lambeth London for corporate clients and private owners since 1999. Our staff is fully trained and experienced of performing the job beyond our customers’ expectations, with combined efforts in the cleaning business. If you are moving out or in a rented property or you are selling your home we have the needed knowledge to carry out the job to suit your requirements.
We at Cleaning Team London have been doing it for years in London. As a result we know what Real Estate Agencies and landlords look for in an End Of Tenancy Cleaning. Our professional End Of Tenancy Cleaning teams provide 48 hours guaranteed cleaning: Pre Tenancy Cleaning , End of Tenancy Cleaning , Move In Cleaning ; Move Out Cleaning , End Of Lease Cleaning. End of tenancy cleaning does not include the cleaning of ceilings, curtains, carpets and upholstery nor does it include washing up or laundering.
If you need further information about our end of tenancy cleaning services just contact us via phone and will be more than happy to assist you.
Depending on your end of tenancy cleaning needs we can offer you daily, weekly, monthly, or one time cleaning. Our professional cleaners are available every day starting at 8 am and ready to satisfy all your cleaning needs. You may find our contact details here or check the page with the testimonials from our clients.
About our end of tenancy cleaning in SE11 Lambeth, Kennington
Kennington SE11 is area in South London, in the London Borough of Lambeth. It islocated south-east of Charing Cross. One of the most dominant places of interest is the Lambeth Palace – one of the few medieval buildings left in London. It is also the last survivor of the great London seats of the Bishops located along the South Bank of the Thames. The Archbishop of Canterbury has owned it since about 1200, and it remains his London residence. The Palace is not open to the general public however tours may be arranged by contacting the bookings department.
The garden has several open days throughout the year. Within the palace grounds is the Lambeth Palace Library – the principal library and record office for the history of the Church of England, founded in 1610 – which is freely available to members of the public with a formal letter of introduction from an academic supervisor, vicar or the like. Underground Stations that serve the area are Lambeth North Tube and Waterloo Tube. Railway Stations are the Waterloo Railway Station and the Waterloo East Railway Station. Car Parks to use are the Library Street NCP and the Elephant and Castle NCP.