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Offering a wide range of professional cleaning services, we’re extremely proud of our large number of unsolicited positive reviews and excellent customer service.
Trusted Cleaners offer the following cleaning services in London:
- End of tenancy cleaning
- Pre tenancy cleaning
- One off deep clean / Spring clean
- After party quick clean
- Overnight deep clean
- After builders cleaning.
- Carpet cleaning services
- Weekly clean / Stay tidy
- Fast track service available
Choosing the right cleaning company
It goes without saying there is no shortage of cleaning companies in London. A google search returns over 18 million results.
Choosing the wrong cleaning company for a service like tenancy cleaning can result in deposit deductions and unexpected costs further down the line.
For specialist cleaning services, like deep cleaning, we’re so confident about the quality of our work we offer a full guarantee. It really is as simple as that.
- We use professional cleaners and offer you 100% satisfaction
- Feel completely safe all our staff are security vetted
- We are fully insured giving you complete peace of mind
- Call us or Request a call back for a free no obligation quote
Quality Vs. Cheap
Quality is at the heart of what we do. Our focus is on delivering consistently high quality cleaning services while offering value for money.
We often tell our customers picking the right cleaning company for the job is very important. We’re aware that price can be an deciding factor in your decision making process, naturally, but remember you often pay for what you get.
We regularly spot check and carry out quality assurance to maintain the high standards expected of us.
By paying our cleaners well above the minimum wage they are motivated to turn up to work on time and deliver the high quality cleaning services we have become associated with.
Interesting fact about South Kensington
The area was largely undeveloped until the mid-19th century, being an agricultural area supplying London with fruit and vegetables. Following the 1851 Great Exhibition in Hyde Park, an 87-acre (352,000 m²) area around what is now Exhibition Road was purchased by the commissioners of the exhibition, in order to create a home for institutions dedicated to the arts and sciences, resulting in the foundation of the museums and university here. Adjacent landowners began to develop their land in the 1860s as a result of the creation of new roads and a boom in the development of areas around London, and the absorption of South Kensington into London was sealed by the arrival of the Underground at Gloucester Road and South Kensington in 1868, linking the area directly to the main railway termini and to the political, commercial and financial hearts of the city in Westminster, the West End and the City of London.
It is hard to define boundaries for South Kensington, but a common definition is the commercial area around the tube station and the adjacent garden squares and streets (such as Thurloe Square, opposite the Victoria and Albert Museum). The smaller neighbourhood around Gloucester Road tube station can also be considered a part, and Albertopolis around Exhibition Road, which includes the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum and Baden-Powell House. Other institutions such as the Royal Albert Hall, Imperial College London, the Royal Geographical Society, the Royal College of Art, the Royal College of Music are within the City of Westminster, but considered to be in South Kensington. Although the postcode SW7 mainly covers South Kensington, some parts of Knightsbridge are also covered.
Neighbouring the equally affluent centres of Knightsbridge, Chelsea and Kensington, South Kensington covers some of the most exclusive real estate in the world. It is home to large numbers of French expatriates (mainly employed in the City, the financial centre), but also Spanish, Italian, American, and Middle-Eastern citizens. A significant French presence is evidenced by the location of the consulate, the Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle – a large French secondary school opposite the Natural History Museum – and the French Institute, home to a French cinema. There are several French bookshops and cafes in the area.
The nearest Tube stations are South Kensington and Gloucester Road.
Notable Residents of South Kensington
Notable residents have included:
- Sir Henry Cole (1808–1882), campaigner, educator and first director of the South Kensington Museum (later the Victoria and Albert Museum), lived at 33 Thurloe Square.
- Charles Booth (1840–1916), pioneer of social research, lived at 6 Grenville Place.
- George Wallis, FSA, (1811–1891), artist, museum curator and art educator, first Keeper of Fine Art Collection at South Kensington Museum.
- Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree (1853–1917), actor-manager, lived at 31 Rosary Gardens.
- Sir J M Barrie (1860-1937), playwright and novelist, author of Peter Pan, and his wife Mary née Ansell, actress, at 133 Gloucester Road
- Beatrix Potter (1866-1943), author and artist, spent her early life in Bolton Gardens.
- Virginia Woolf (1882–1941), writer, and her sister Vanessa Bell (1879–1961), painter and interior designer, lived at 22 Hyde Park Gate until 1904.
- Francis Bacon (1909–1992), Irish-born British artist, lived at 17 Queensberry Mews and 7 Reese Mews.
- Benny Hill (1924–1992), comedian, lived at 1 & 2 Queen’s Gate.
- Nicholas Freeman, OBE, (1939–1989) controversial Leader of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, lived in Harrington Gardens, near Gloucester Road.
- Sir Isaiah Berlin (1909–97), liberal philosopher
- Sir Francis Galton (1822–1911), Victorian polymath, anthropologist, eugenicist, tropical explorer, geographer, inventor, meteorologist, proto-geneticist, psychometrician, and statistician.
- John Malkovich, actor, had a flat in the area
- Charles Crichton, director and scriptwriter.
- Dakota Blue Richards, actress
- Mika, singer
- Jason Orange, singer (Take That)
- Adele, singer
- David Beckham
- Henry Cavill, actor
Trusted Cleaners offer the following cleaning services in the following London areas
EC1 | EC2 Bishopsgate | EC3 Fenchurch Street | EC4 Fleet Street | WC1 | WC2 Strand | N1 | N2 East Finchley | N3 Finchley | N4 Finsbury Park | N5 Highbury | N6 Highgate | NW3 Hampstead | W1 | W2 Paddington | W3 Acton | W4 Chiswick | W5 Ealing | W6 Hammersmith | W8 Kensington | W9 Maida Vale | W10 North Kensington | W11 Notting Hill | W12 Shepherds Bush | W13 West Ealing | W14 West Kensington | SE1 | SE2 Abbey Wood | SE3 Blackheath | SW1 | SW2 Brixton | SW3 Chelsea | SW4 Clapham | SW5 Earls Court | SW6 Fulham | SW7 South Kensington | SW8 South Lambeth | SW9 Stockwell | SW10 West Brompton | SW11 Battersea | SW12 Balham | SW13 Barnes | SW14 Mortlake | SW15 Putney | SW16 Streatham | SW17 Tooting | SW18 Wandsworth | SW19 Wimbledon | SW20 West Wimbledon.
Buy Your Next Clean
We offer an online booking and payment service to make it easy for you to book our cleaning services. If you give us some time we can even setup a membership and subscription service with reoccurring payments to take out the hassle of needing to find cash or remembering to pay. Please take a look at our pricing schedule.