Marylee's Cleaners Islington Will Return the Shine to Your Old Home

Marylee's Cleaners Islington 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.

Before starting any job, our team will visit you to evaluate your move out cleaning needs and give you a quotation to ensure they complete the end of tenancy clean within the timescale and budget.

Our cleaners will come fully supplied with highly advanced equipment, state-of-the-art tools and highly efficient detergents. The high quality products they use are also eco-friendly and fully biodegradable. They have been carefully chosen not to affect your health or damage your furniture and appliances. 

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.

Order a quality end of tenancy cleaning in Islington 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. 

Interesting Facts About Islington

  • The escalator at Angel station is the longest of all London stations, at 60m, with a vertical rise of 27.5m.
  • Tony Blair, Colin Firth, George Orwell, Lily Allen, Sir Walter Raleigh and Boris Johnson have all lived in Islington.
  • The licensees for the board game Monopoly used to meet for tea in the Lyon’s Corner House in Islington. That’s why The Angel, Islington has a spot in the game.
  • Islington was the first London borough to receive fresh water via an aqueduct running from Hertfordshire to the New River Head reservoir. This is now the path of the New River Walk.
  • Many suffragettes, including Emmeline Pankhurst and Emily Wilding Davison, spent time in jail at Holloway prison.