End of Tenancy Cleaning Streatham

Best Cleaners London is a leading end of tenancy cleaning agency in Streatham, SW16. If you have ever lived as a tenant then you certainly know how time-consuming and exhausting end of tenancy cleaning is. This cleaning job is one of the most difficult, because it covers all areas of the property and usually includes over 50 cleaning jobs. This is one of the main reasons why tenants hate it so much, and always want to find an affordable and convenient solution to this major issue.

If you are looking for a way to avoid the cleaning process, then we can help you. Instead of spending your entire day scrubbing, washing, dusting and polishing, you can give us a call and let our employees do everything for you. We offer a qualitative end of tenancy cleaning service in Streatham that is carried out quickly and efficiently by some of the most experienced cleaning specialists in London.

Apart from being efficient, the services provided by our local company are also very affordable. We have been offering the lowest prices in London for the past several years, and this is one of the main reasons why our service has become so popular. Of course, the low price doesn’t have a negative impact on the quality of our tenancy cleaning, so you can be sure that it will meet your requirements.

Although most of our customers are tenants, we can also work with landlords and real estate agents. We have helped hundreds of tenants get their security deposits back, and we are confident that there isn’t a landlord whose requirements can’t be met by our end of tenancy cleaning service.

Our end of tenancy cleaning package in SW16 Streatham is unique, because it can be tailored to fit your budget and requirements. This simple, but important option is offered by few cleaning contractors and we think that it is one of our biggest advantages. Thanks to the flexibility of our end of tenancy cleaning service, you can include or exclude different cleaning tasks from it in order to reduce its price and improve its efficiency.

I love cleaning, but when it comes to end of tenancy, it's a like an overdose – it's bad for you. I was glad to find out there were companies out there providing this type of services and I am also glad that your cleaners were so polite and well-mannered. Thank you for everything!

Some of the cleaning jobs covered by our end of tenancy cleaning service are:

  • Mopping, vacuuming or washing floors
  • Dusting furniture
  • Dusting surfaces
  • Deep cleaning the entire kitchen
  • Cleaning the inside of windows
  • Cleaning doors, Cleaning storage units
  • Cleaning mirrors, pictures, wall hangings and other decorations
  • Vacuuming upholstery, carpets and mattresses
  • Cleaning and polishing glass surfaces

About Streatham

Streatham

Streatham


The district of Streatham, at a distance of five miles from Charing Cross, is located in southern London. The district situated in the northern side is the Streatham Hill while the two districts located in the south are Streatham Vale and Streatham Common. Etymologically, the name, Streatham, stands for “hamlet” on “street”.

The area remained a village and did not undergo developments until the eighteenth century. There were a number of springs in the area that supposedly had healing properties and the place was most likely named after these.

There were huge developments taking place around the Streatham area in London. But this area remained largely unaffected. In the later half of the 19th century only limited development started in the Sunnyhill Road and Wellfield Road. The only large house that remains is Park Hill located on the northern part of Streatham Common. The house for rebuilt for Leaf Family in early part of the 19th century. Later it became the home Sir Henry Tate.

The area witnessed fast development only after the introduction of the Streatham Hill railway station along with the Crystal Palace Railway in the year 1856. In the next fifteen years another two railway stations were built. After the 1st World War ended, Streatham became a zone of entertainment. There came into existence the Streatham Hill Theater along with a number of other cinemas, Locarno Ballroom, and the Ice Rink. The advent of the electric tram service popularized the place as a shopping center soon after.