Marylee's Cleaners Whetstone Will Take Perfect Care of Your Old Home

Marylee's Cleaners Whetstone 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.

The tasks that our move out cleaners will perform for you include, but are not limited to, dusting of furniture and surfaces, cleaning of cupboards and kitchen appliances, bathroom de-scaling, vacuuming and mopping of floors and interior windows. The professionals will use a detailed end of lease checklist that comprises all jobs that need to be completed for inventory. 

Marylee's Cleaners have served numerous landlords and tenants across Whetstone 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. 

About Whetstone

End of Tenancy Cleaning WhetstoneWhetstone sits on the main road between Finchley and Barnet, it offers a variety of property sizes and styles, excellent shopping facilities along the High Road, and a tube station on the Northern Line. Legend has it that the name Whetstone comes from the time of Wars of the Roses in the 15th Century. As it is here soldiers made camp on their way to fight at the Battle of Barnet, and used the ‘whet-stone’ to sharpen their weapons. Remnants of the stone can be seen on the High Road outside the Griffin. (However this stone is more likely to be what’s left of a mounting block as the Griffin was a well known coaching inn). While Totteridge dates back to the 13th Century when the area was known ar Tataridge.