Marylee's Cleaners Greenwich Will Return the Sparkle to Your Old Accommodation

Marylee's Cleaners Greenwich 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.

With Marylee's Cleaners Greenwich, 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. 

The staff is equipped with the best cleaning tools and most efficient cleaning products available in the industry. The specialists apply the most innovative eco-friendly procedures to ensure your furniture and appliances are ready for use immediately after the clean and the health of your family is protected.

Marylee's Cleaners have served numerous landlords and tenants across Greenwich satisfying all of their cleaning demands to the smallest detail. We have handled thousands of filthy properties, returning the previous sparkle to them. Our professionals are able to remove the dirt and grime from any space, regardless of its size and condition. They can clean flats, studios, houses, offices and other types of residential and commercial premises. 

If you need to receive more detailed information about some aspect of our end of tenancy cleaning, please reach us on 020 3404 4276 and receive a quick respond to your query. Our office support assistants are available at any moment (24 hours a day and 7 days a week) to take your call, give you details or help with your booking. 

Facts About Greenwich

  • The world’s first weather forecast was issued from Greenwich Royal Observatory in 1848 by meteorologist James Glaisher.
  • On 28 June 1491 Henry VIII became the first of three Tudor monarchs to be born in the Palace of Placentia in Greenwich, followed by his two heirs and future queens Mary I and Elizabeth I. The palace was demolished in 1660.
  • Greenwich was made a royal borough by the Queen during 2012 and has been a World Heritage Site since 1997. As home to the Royal Observatory and the Prime Meridian, it is of course also the benchmark for global timekeeping.
  • Built in 1869, the Cutty Sark was one of the last tea clippers to sail and it's now permanently moored in Greenwich. It's been damaged twice in a fire, once in 2007 while undergoing a £25m restoration, and again in 2014.