Marylee's Cleaners Acton Will Deep Clean and Sanitize Your Old Home

Marylee's Cleaners Acton provide expert end of tenancy cleans for your old or future homes. We are able to help you get your deposit back from the tenant or to make your property sparkling clean and ready for rent. Our cleaning professionals will give you a cleaning service specially designed to suit your necessity and requirements. They are able to fulfill a variety of end of tenancy cleaning needs.

The tasks that our move out cleaners will perform for you include, but are not limited to, dusting of furniture and surfaces, cleaning of cupboards and kitchen appliances, bathroom de-scaling, vacuuming and mopping of floors and interior windows. The professionals will use a detailed end of lease checklist that comprises all jobs that need to be completed for inventory. 

The advantages of hiring our professionals are many. The skillful technicians will not only take perfect care of your old home but also save you the time and energy much needed for other things. With their help, you can rest assured that the property will be deep cleaned to the smallest detail, including the bathroom areas and oven.

With Marylee's Cleaners Acton, you will receive a service guarantee. This means that if there is something of our service you are not happy with, simply contact us within 72 hours after our visit, and we will come back to redo the cleaning job for free. 

Order a quality end of tenancy cleaning in Acton by calling 020 3404 4276. Using this contact option, you can also receive a free quote or help with your booking. Our staff of polite and well-informed advisers are always ready to be as helpful as possible for your needs. 

Acton Overview

End of Tenancy Cleaning ActonIt may have more stations than any other place in the Capital, but Acton has long played second fiddle to its more well known neighbours, Chiswick and Ealing. Now it’s stepping out of the shadows and into the limelight, with regeneration projects galore set to transform the area into a real destination of choice. Acton means ‘oak farm’ in Anglo Saxon and the motif is everywhere, from the Oaks Shopping Centre to a huge mural of oak trees in the high street. It was also where most of the Capital’s laundries were based in the 17th century, earning Acton the nickname ‘Soapsuds Island’. Now it has fantastic transport links, with four Tube and three railway stations, and the prospect of a link to the Crossrail and HS2 networks at Old Oak Common. The area retains much of its Victorian terraced housing which, along with newly refurbished leisure facilities, diverse shops and a good choice of schools, makes Acton a magnet for families and young professionals alike.