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Bliing Cleaning London

Bliing Cleaning London provides the finest home and office cleaning services offering the best price in London and guaranteeing satisfactory results to all our customers.

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020 3746 5594.

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Cleaners in Southwark - Why Bliing?

Making sure you can count on the work of the cleaners you hire in Southwark is highest on our list of priorities. How do we do this? By giving you full insurance protection throughout, and ensuring that all of your work is delivered by trained and experienced specialists who've been CRB-certified.

You'll get the highest quality work too, thanks to the state of the art equipment that we use - and the training of the smartly uniformed team who'll arrive on your doorstep. We work in all kinds of commercial and domestic properties, for thousands of local residents and business owners, delivering services for:

  • House Cleaners: your regular cleaning can happen on whatever schedule you need, helping you around the home so you can concentrate on more important things.
  • Cleaning Maids: your maid will work following your list of chores and cleaning jobs, and can come any day of the week or weekend that's good for you.
  • End of Tenancy Cleaning: this after tenancy cleansing option is ideal for both tenants and landlords, and covers you with a full free re-clean guarantee.
  • After Builders Cleaning: this service is set up to handle any conceivable chore that you might want doing to put your home back in order after your builders' visit.
  • Spring Cleaning: a single cleansing appointment is often enough to handle giving your property a new breath of life and freshness.
  • Carpet Cleaning: cleaning your carpets should always be a regular part of property maintenance. Carpets serve to pull dust out of your home's air, cleansing it.
  • Sofa Cleaning: get fully insured treatment for any upholstered furniture. We even have the specialist treatments needed for leather cleaning.
  • Curtain Cleaning: curtain cleaning usually involves the whole rigmarole of taking your hangings down to your local shop. This service happens onsite.
  • Gardening Services: your gardening will follow your list of priorities, much like our services for interior cleaning. Meet your gardeners first if you want to!
  • Waste Clearance: make sure you know where you stand when getting rid of junk. This service is far better than using a skip, and far more affordable.
  • Mattress Cleaning: UV light works far better than other cleansing methods when getting mattresses clean. All pests and pollutants are dealt with.

Choose your service, combine it with any others that you need - and see what sort of savings you can make when you create your own unique Southwark cleaning package. We offer a wide range of flexible services, and times for them to happen in. This means if you need an appointment at the weekend or on a Bank Holiday, it's no problem. And there's no extra charge.

One quick call to 020 3746 5594 is all it takes to make your booking. The person you'll speak to knows everything there is to know about your service, so if you've got any questions you can quickly get them answered. Plus, of course, you can send us your details when you contact us online. All of our support systems are staffed around the clock, making it easy to get your quote or make your booking whenever you're free.

Tube Station Serving

The nearest tube station serving SE1 Southwark is New Cross Gate.

We also provide services in nearby areas including:

Camberwell, Brixton, Walworth, Stockwell, Bermondsey.

Places of interest in and around Southwark SE1

Lewisham rail crash (1857)

The Lewisham rail crash (1857) occurred just east of Lewisham railway station on 28 June 1857 and killed 11 people. The 14-carriage 21:15 from Strood, which was running 15 minutes late, pulled up 200 yards short of Lewisham station at a red signal. The guard took a red lamp to the rear of the train to warn the 21:30 train following. When he heard the approaching train he ran towards it blowing his whistle and waving the lamp...