Marylee's Cleaners Streatham Will Return the Shine to 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 Streatham 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 Streatham 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.

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. 

Information About Streatham

End of Tenancy Cleaning StreathamStreatham is an area that’s known many guises. For a thousand years and more, it was a sleepy hamlet on the Roman road to Brighton. In the 18th century it became a popular resort town, thanks to the alleged healing powers of the water from wells found in the area. In the early 20th century a theatre, three cinemas, a ballroom and ice rink began to give Streatham a bit of a reputation as a place to party. So much so that it became known as ‘the West End of the south’. The arrival of the electric tram meant that by the 1930s it was also well known as a retail district. Although today there is no spa, the area has become one of the most vibrant and culturally diverse neighbourhoods in London. Spread over a large part of the borough of Lambeth from Brixton to Norbury, Streatham encompasses large green spaces, three railway stations offering easy access to central London, and has an active and committed local community.