We know how important it is for home owners to have a clean and hygienic house. This is why we have one goal – to provide all our customers in Soho, London with top quality service at reasonable prices. We constantly improve our services and our cleaning teams in order to meet the constantly rising expectations of all clients. We work with some of the best cleaners in your local area who have been professionally trained to perform various cleaning tasks.
Through the years we have worked with thousands of customers and we have learn something from each one of them. We now know just everything about the cleaning requests of every customer and we know how to satisfy them. Our house cleaners in Soho W1, London work according to a list of tasks, so you don’t have to worry about them missing something.
Why should you choose us?
We are a house cleaning team which knows how to fulfill the requirements of every customer – we are aware of the latest cleaning standards and procedures and know how to clean even the biggest messes. All of our cleaners are well trained and specialize in delivering different cleaning services.
We know how important price is and this is why we try to keep our prices as low as possible. To be honest, our company probably has some of the cheapest services in entire London, but the quality isn’t proportional to the price.
Our home cleaning teams are available 7 days a week and can service clients in entire London. In most cases we can provide same day service, but we will inform you if our cleaners are unable to service you in the same day. We also offer quality steam or dry cleaning of curtains, upholstery and carpets.
House Cleaning Soho
A relatively small, cosmopolitan area in central London, Soho is also the commercial, cultural and entertainment hub, and home to a wide cross-section of the London population.
In Soho one can find a number of clubs, including what was earlier the Chinawhite nightclub; along with old-fashioned public houses, pubs and eateries. All these, along with a number of ‘adult shops’ as well as coffee shops that remain open through most of the night, contribute towards the ‘happening’ Soho nightlife, which is especially inviting during weekends. Often during the weekends, Soho attracts such large numbers of revellers that streets have to be cordoned off, in order to prevent vehicles from entering.
In the mid-1990s, several parts of the area had been specially marked by the Westminster Council as ‘pedestrians only’ zones, but these orders had to be revoked on account of a number of complaints concerning the adverse effect it had on local trade.
Soho Square is situated in the Soho area of London, with a large park and a commons in the central region that can be dated as far back as 1681. Soho Square was originally named King’s Square after Charles II, a large statue of whom has been erected at the centre of the square. In the heart of the garden is the well-known, wooden gardener’s hut. The garden area hosts several open-air concerts during summer.
The London Underground station Oxford Circus, serves as a junction of Regent Street and Oxford Street, and can be approached from all four sides of the intersection. This station serves as an inter-change between three tube lines – the Central, Victoria and Bakerloo lines. Oxford Circus is often considered to be the third busiest station in the London Underground network, and busiest, if one is to leave out the National Rail Service connection.