Domestic Cleaning Company serving Blackheath, Woolwich, Eltham & the surrounding areas

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0208
0208 0882004

BLACKHEATH
07534129996

Honest, reliable & affordable house cleaners

  • Would you like a domestic cleaner that has been   personally vetted and  reference checked in their home  by us?  
  • Would you like the same cleaner to come to your home each week, thus  giving you the peace of mind and reassurance of knowing exactly who is in your house cleaning and ironing whilst you spend more time with friends and family? 

WE CAN HELP

All potential cleaners are interviewed and vetted in their own home and a proof of identity check is always standard procedure.  We are proud to introduce cleaners who are trustworthy, reliable and who have a commitment to clean to a high standard with attention to detail when cleaning your home.

  •    HOURLY RATE IS FROM ~ £12.00 PER HOUR          (MIN OF 2 HOURS)
  •    FORTNIGHTLY CLEANING~ £13.00 PER HOUR        (MIN OF 3 HOURS)

These prices are very competitive, offering you the best value,

Your cleaner will work to set tasks each visit or these can be varied each week these can include the usual housework chores as well as bed linen changing, interior window cleaning and you may wish to consider including ironing, done in your home, along with your house cleaning..ON TOP OF THIS, EVERY QUALITY HOUSE CLEAN HAS PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE.

FOR A “LIMITED TIME OFFER”  WE WILL GIVE YOU! THE FIRST HOME CLEAN FREE*  PLEASE QUOTE ~ FREE HOUSE CLEAN*

OK, SO WHAT DO YOU DO NOW?

YOU CAN EITHER GIVE US A CALL TO DISCUSS YOUR REQUIREMENTS DROP US AN EMAIL OR CLICK ON THE CALLBACK BUTTON WHICH EVER WORKS BEST FOR YOU.. 

REQUEST A CALLBACK HERE 

or RING 0208 0882004

WHAT HAPPENS THEN?

We will then arrange a free consultation in your home to introduce a domestic cleaner that matches your cleaning requirements. CALL OUR  FRIENDLY STAFF ON 0208 0882004 NOW!!

YOU WILL BE PLEASED TO NOTE ! WE ARE DATA PROTECTION REGISTERED.. 

WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO YOUR PHONE CALL OR E-MAIL

STEVE WHALE

(* First clean cost is deducted from on-going account management fee when you sign up for a weekly clean for an initial 3 month period.  Not available on fortnightly cleans) and concessions

Please note:* Police checked cleaners available upon request.

Look at what Channel 5’s Cowboy Builders thinks about us

Thank you for your help with our latest project, you've done an excellent job.

Melinda Messenger &
Dominic Littlewood
- Presenters of Channel 5's Cowboy Builders
 

The name 'Blackheath' is popularly – but incorrectly – believed to derive from its reputed use as a mass burial ground for victims of the Black Death in the 1340s. Less grisly, but more plausible suggestions for the origin of the name, which was recorded as early as the 11th century, are that it stems from Old English words meaning 'dark soil' or that it is a corruption of 'bleak heath'. The latter seems the most likely derivation.

As an area of open, high ground just outside the City of London, the strategic importance of Blackheath has been recognised since the Romans first built their London to Dover road, known as Watling Street (now the A2), across it. Since that time, the Heath has played host to more than its share of rebel gatherings, military encampments and exercises, royal meetings, religious festivals, sports, fairs, circuses and a host of other activities.

The heath was perfectly situated for armies to gather before invading London. The Danes camped here in 1011, and, during the Peasants' Revolt, Wat Tyler's anti-poll tax rebels, 100,000 strong, amassed in 1381 before marching on London, where they were defeated.

In 1450, Jack Cade led 20,000 Kent and Essex yeomen on to the Heath, where they set up camp in opposition to higher taxes being imposed by Henry VI. After fleeing to Sussex, Cade was eventually caught by the King’s forces and murdered.

A later rebellion, of Cornishmen angry at being taxed for Scottish wars, was put down in the Battle of Blackheath Field in 1497. Over 2,000 of the slain are reputedly buried in and around Blackheath. Whitefield Mount is presumed to be their main place of burial. This was the only battle actually fought on Blackheath. The heath has also been used as a marshalling area for British armies waiting to be shipped to fight abroad, particularly during the Napoleonic Wars, for military training and for parades.

The heath has also hosted numerous more peaceful gatherings. It was a favourite place for Lord Mayors of London to welcome their monarchs, from Richard II to Elizabeth I, and for royalty to meet distinguished guests (Henry IV met the Emperor of Constantinople here in 1400). Charles II met the welcoming citizens of London on Blackheath at the Restoration. John Wesley preached Methodism from Whitefield Mount, and Gladstone held election meetings there in the second half of the 19th century.

Less welcome visitors were the highwaymen who frequented Blackheath, particularly in the 17th and 18th centuries. A newspaper report of October 1735 noted that: 'We hear that for about six weeks past, Blackheath has been so infested by two highwaymen (supposed to be Rowden and Turpin) that 'tis dangerous for travellers to pass.'​

Contact Us

0208
0208 0882004

BLACKHEATH
07534129996

Areas Covered

ABBEY WOOD, Blackheath, CHARLTON, ELTHAM, FALCONWOOD, GROVE PARK, HITHER GREEN, KIDBROOKE, LEE, MOTTINGHAM, PLUMSTEAD, SHOOTERS HILL, THAMESMEAD, WOOLWICH

Postcodes Covered

se2, se3, se7, se9, se12, se18, se28

Contact Us

0208
0208 0882004

BLACKHEATH
07534129996