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

You have to prepare your old accommodation for inventory? You don’t need the time and equipment for the job? Marylee's Cleaners Lower Edmonton will be happy to take care of your end of tenancy cleaning needs. We will prepare your old home for the future tenants and help you get your deposit back from the landlord.

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 Lower Edmonton 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. 

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 polite call operators are always on hand to offer you a free quote or answer any questions you may have regarding our end of tenancy cleaning service in Lower Edmonton. Simply reach them through the contact form or live chat facility or dial 020 3404 4276.

Interesting Places Around Lower Edmonton

  • All Saints' Church - The mostly 15th century church is located in Church Street. It is the oldest building in Edmonton.

  • Angel Place - A circa 1730 terrace of linked Grade II Listed Buildings which were altered in the middle of the 19th century. 185, 187 and 189 were extensively restored in the 1980s to include the formation of an arch at 187 Angel Place with prize-winning gardens behind.

  • Charles Lamb Institute - The Grade II listed building is located in Church Street. Designed by J. S. Alder and opened in 1908. The building today is used as a church.

  • Edmonton Central Library - The former public library (closed 1991) opened in 1897 at Fore Street. Designed by Maurice B. Adams with bequests provided by the John Passmore Edwards foundation. Today the Grade II listed building is used as a religious and community centre.