Marylee's Cleaners Earls Court Will Take Perfect Care of Your Old Home

Marylee's Cleaners Earls Court offer a complete end of tenancy cleaning service for tenants or landlords that need spotlessly clean properties. We are fully equipped to cope with the most polluted areas of your old home, leaving the place completely refreshed and 100% sanitized.

Our professional staffs are fully equipped to handle greasy kitchen, dirty carpets, dusty windows and other polluted areas that need more intensive clean. The end of tenancy clean they perform includes everything in the property from top to bottom – light fixtures, cobwebs, doors, skirting boards, tiles, cupboards, appliances, furniture and more.

Our end of tenancy cleaning service package involves, but is not limited to, dusting, hoovering, vacuuming and mopping floors, cleaning light fixtures, doors, mirrors, interior windows, radiators, skirting boards as well as oven cleaning and bathroom de-scaling. All nooks and corners of the space will be diligently cleaned, polished and disinfected to the smallest detail. 

We provide high quality of service, and honest and reliable staff who can fulfill a range of end tenancy cleaning needs. Our cleaning experts are able to handle greasy kitchens, dusty windows, dirty carpets, grimy ovens and any other items and areas that require more attention. 

Book the most dedicated cleaners in Earls Court right now by dialing 020 3404 4276 and turn your property around ready for inventory. The customer care staff we work with are always on hand to answer your questions, give free quotes or help you make bookings. 

Some Information About Earls Court

End of Tenancy Cleaning Earls CourtEarls Court is a district in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in London. It is an inner-city district centred on Earl's Court Road and surrounding streets, located 3.1 miles (5 km) west south-west of Charing Cross. It borders the sub-districts of South Kensington to the East, West Kensington to the West, Chelsea to the South and Kensington to the North. There are some impressive examples of early- to mid-Victorian architecture in the Earls Court ward. Gardens such as Bramham Gardens and Courtfield Gardens are beautiful traditional residential squares with many imposing properties fronting onto them and in the case of Courtfield Gardens, traditional cast iron railings around the enclosed gardens have just been restored (the originals having been removed in 1940 for scrap iron during World War 2) creating a more authentic Victorian ambience. Further west, Kensington Mansions, Nevern Square and Philbeach Gardens are built around impressive formal garden settings (access limited to key holding residents).