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

Marylee's Cleaners Olympic Park 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.

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 move out cleans are carried out whenever it is convenient for you – even at weekends and bank holidays. They are performed by extensively trained and highly skilled technicians. Along with these benefits, you will also receive excellent customer care service and reasonable prices. 

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.

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. 

About Olympic Park

End of Tenancy Cleaning Olympic ParkQueen Elizabeth Olympic Park, in London, United Kingdom, is a sporting complex built for the 2012 Summer Olympics and the 2012 Summer Paralympics, situated to the east of the city adjacent to the Stratford Citydevelopment. It contains the athletes' Olympic Village and several of the sporting venues including the London Stadium and London Aquatics Centre, besides the London Olympics Media Centre. The park is overlooked by the ArcelorMittal Orbit, an observation tower and Britain's largest piece of public art. It was simply called Olympic Park during the Games but was later renamed to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II (though it is not an official Royal Park of London). The park occupies an area straddling four east London boroughs; Newham, Tower Hamlets, Hackney and Waltham Forest. Part of the park reopened in July 2013, while a large majority of the rest (including the Aquatics Centre, Velopark and Orbit observation tower) reopened in April 2014.