End of Tenancy Cleaning Forty Hill EN1

Whether you are a landlord or a tenant that’s moving out of a property, it doesn’t really matter. Because an End of Tenancy Cleaning Forty Hill EN1 can become a nerve-wracking experience for both sides. To make sure that everyone is pleased with each other, we would certainly recommend booking a professional post tenancy cleaning.

Miss Maid’s Post Tenancy Cleaning Forty Hill EN1

Our company, Miss Maid, is a reputable cleaning service provider with over 23 years of experience. The satisfaction of our customers will always be our number one priority. That’s why we provide a free re-clean guarantee as standard with every End of Tenancy cleaning Forty Hill EN1.

Moreover, we pay extra attention to the people we work with. Once you meet our uniformed cleaners, you can be sure that these people are experienced professionals that are diligent and highly motivated by the company.

Don’t worry about the whole booking process, it’s as simple as it can be. You can make a short phone call or contact our 7 days a week customer service online. Once our team of professionals has finished their job, you will be pleasantly surprised by the results. No wonder. Throughout the years we have managed to come up with the perfect End of Tenancy cleaning checklist that has been later approved by estate agents and landlords.

The list includes over 40 tasks that our team will be completing one by one. We will clean and wipe wardrobes and chest drawers inside out; hoover and mop the floors; wipe the doors; dust and wipe all of the surfaces… Once our team finishes, the property will look like no one had ever lived in it in the first place. After all, that’s what an End of Tenancy cleaning is all about, right?

Call our customer service team now at: 0207 0606 606

End of Tenancy Cleaning Forty Hill EN1

Cleaning services we provide in Forty Hill EN1 area:

Move Out Cleaning Forty Hill EN1

Office Cleaning Forty Hill EN1

Builders Cleaning Forty Hill EN1

Spring Cleaning Forty Hill EN1

Window Cleaning Forty Hill EN1

Upholstery Cleaning Forty Hill EN1

Sofa Cleaning Forty Hill EN1

Domestic Cleaning Forty Hill EN1

Mattress Cleaning Forty Hill EN1

Get in touch

End of Tenancy Cleaning Prices

Property Type Standard Price 25% Off
1 Bedroom flat from £208 from £156
2 Bedroom flat from £232 from £174
3 Bedroom flat from £272 from £204
4 Bedroom flat from £336 from £252

Did you know that...

The name Forty Hill derives from the Anglo-Saxon “forth-ēg” that describes the rising area above the marshes near the River Lea. The first mention of the name comes from the 14th century as Fortey. Several variants such as Fortyehill, Fortie Hill, and Fortee Hill are recorded throughout the 17th century. This EN1 area seemed to have been a well-established settlement since the 16th century. You can explore Forty Hall Manor and Country Park both of which have incredible gardens. The places are open all year round and host a lot of events and exhibitions. Forty Hall is Grade I listed building from the 1620s. It sits on the eponymous hill which rises 16 ft above sea level.

Forty Hall Manor appears to have been built by Sir Hugh Fortee and sold to Sir Nicholas Rainton. The latter was a wealthy haberdasher and Lord Mayor of London. Dower House is another historic building in Forty Hill. It is located within the grounds of Forty Hall. It dates from the 16th or 17th century. Worcester Lodge, Elsynge House, and Sparrow Hall are from the 18th century. Nineteen-century Forty Hill constructions include Elms and Clock House, Jesus Church, and the school adjacent to the church. Goat Lane borrows the name of an 18th-century pub. A mock-Elizabethan style building replaced the pub in 1930. The new building is now a block of flats. Most of the Forty Hill housing was built in the 1930s.

George Birkbeck lived in this North London area in the 1820s. He is remembered as the founder of the Birkbeck, University of London and the head of the Chemical Society. Forty Hill station opened in 1891, but it became a huge disappointment as the passengers still had to change trains. The line failed to bring any profit and was soon closed. In 1909, electric trams began to run along Forty Hill.

ISO 9001 Certified Cleaning Company ISO 14001 Certified Cleaning Company Safe Contractor Cleaning Company Exor Approved Cleaning Company National Carpet Cleaners Association an FSB member TrustMark Eco Friendly Cleaning Company