Save a Bundle on South East London Cleaning Services with Eva Cleaners
The list of reasons for which you might need a cleaning service in South East London is endless. But let’s start with just a few of the possibilities: you’ve just had a part in your home and you need help with the massive clean-up job that awaits; someone has spilled red wine on your brand new beige sofa and you don’t know which products to use so as not to damage the upholstery; your curtains are full of dust and you don’t know where to begin with cleaning them as they are a very fine material; you have kids; you have pets; you’ve just remodeled your kitchen; you’ve just moved into a new flat; you are moving out of an old flat; you are unhappy with your current office cleaning service… the list could go on and on.
If any of the above situations describes your circumstances or if you have another reason for needing your home or office cleaned, we are here to help. We won’t be so nosy as to ask about your reasons for needing professional cleaning services, other than to determine the proper equipment and cleaning products that will be needed. You can feel secure that our cleaning technicians are highly trained not only to clean whatever it is that needs attention, but to respect your home and possessions. You’ll never need to worry about something getting broken or damaged while we’re on the job, as we use only the safest and gentlest cleaning agents available. Don’t let another day go by without giving us a call on 020 3409 1608 to see how we can make your life that much easier and that much better by taking care of all your cleaning worries.
If you live or work in South East London, you probably know that there is no longer an official designation of what the region is defined as. That’s because the London Plan, which is a strategy document used by the mayor’s office for determining which funds go where, changes ever few years or so. With those changes come new sub-regions, so whereas there were once North, West, South West, South East and North East sub-regions, there are now North, South, East, West, and Central. On the new map, the East sub-region is the largest geographically and incorporates some of what was once the South East area.
But that doesn’t mean that there is no South East section of Greater London. On the contrary – if you look at a map of Greater London, you could divide it any number of ways. The section falling to the east of the city centre, but south of the River Thames would be South East London. In the London Plan that was in use from 2008 through 2011, South East London was defined as the area containing the London Boroughs of Bexley, Greenwich, Bromley, Southwark and Lewisham. Bromley, the furthest south, is the largest of the London boroughs in terms of landmass. It is bordered to the west by the London Borough of Croydon with Lewisham, Greenwich and Bexley along its northern boundary.
Some of the towns and areas in South East London include Greenwich, Plumstead, Welling, Sidcup, Swanley, Dartford, West Wickham, Orpington, New Addington, and Caterham. Greenwich, of course, is popular for being the home to the Royal Naval Observatory and a number of other interesting historic sights that any visitor to London would be remiss to ignore. We all, of course, know that Greenwich Mean Time is the standard by which clocks are set all over the world, and many people enjoy a visit to this important landmark, where one can straddle the all-important line.
The South East sub-region of the London Plan prior to 2011 (the one that included Bromley, Bexley, Greenwich, Southwark and Lewisham) was home to 1.3 million people and 500,000 jobs. That last number is an indicator of what type of area the South East is – people live there, but often do not work in the same place. They likely commute into the city centre, where the government institutions, businesses and organisations are located.
One of the best things about living in South East London is its affordability. Aside from a few postcodes close to the River Thames and the city centre, most of the region is considered to have budget housing, as opposed to the expensive areas in West London and Central London. But beyond affordability South East London is known as a part of the city with quite a few parks, green spaces and good schools, so it is the ideal spot for young families to live. Plus, there are three London Underground lines that can connect you to the centre of the city within minutes.
One of the cleaning services we offer in South East London which is particularly popular is our end of tenancy cleaning. Since this area is one of the most affordable in terms of living expenses, many students choose to rent flats in the area. Even if you are not a student, you may have chosen South East London as the ideal place to live because of the cheap rents. But if you are renting, then you know you probably need to do an end of tenancy cleaning prior to vacating the flat. Why spend the time (and money) doing it yourself and buying lots of cleaning products you won’t be able to use up? Eva Cleaners offers a full line of cleaning services, including end of tenancy cleaning, sometimes known as tenancy cleaning, that will leave your landlord pleased as punch. Call today on 020 3409 1608 to take advantage of our great offers and affordable rates that even students can benefit from. When the budget is tight but the house is dirty, we’re the ones to call to set things right again. You’ll definitely want to give us a ring if that stain on the carpet from your last party is threatening to prevent you from getting your deposit back!.