Would you like an honest, reliable and affordable Police Checked* cleaner? Would you like the same dedicated housekeeper each week?  One that has been vetted, checked, referenced in their own home locally to you? Then welcome to Time For You. Owned and operated by Rebecca and Darran Slater, franchisee’s of Time For You Domestic Cleaning, the UK’s premier home cleaner company, cleaning the homes of over 20,000 clients across the UK each week.

You may choose from the following:

• Regular weekly or fortnightly domestic cleaning (minimum 2 hours)
• End of Tenancy Cleans (P.O.A.)
• Spring Cleaning (P.O.A.)
• One-off Cleans (P.O.A.)

You can choose what you would like cleaned, whether it be regular dusting, vacuuming, mopping floors, washing down paintwork, kitchen cupboards, skirting boards, interior windows, toilet and bathrooms or even bed linen changing. Cleaning inside your fridge or doing the laundry and ironing etc, the choice is yours.

Here are the main features of our service:

1. No increase in the Business Fee for the life of the contract
2. Very competitive hourly rate (we are one of the lowest in Derbyshire)
3. Our aftercare/follow up is second to none
4. Very high level of referrals/recommendations
You will receive

An honest, reliable house cleaner that is local to you, with references and fully vetted.  We check the housekeepers own homes to assess their suitability as your domestic home cleaner and all your home cleans are insured.
You get to meet your house cleaner before any home cleaning commences to help you feel more confident and also to help build a good rapport with each other.

We pride ourselves in finding you the right domestic cleaner to suit your lifestyle.

Click the “Request a Callback” button at the top right of the page to contact Rebecca or Darran now and let us take the hassle and stress away from you by finding you your very own honest and reliable cleaner, thereby giving you more time for you!  Alternatively call now on 0800 634 3479 or 01332 661549.

We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Kindest Regards
Rebecca & Darran


*Police Checked cleaners upon request

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Areas Covered

Alfreton, Allestree, Ashbourne, Belper, Borrowash, Chaddesden, Chellaston, Derby, Derby City, Draycott, Duffield, Heanor, Hilton, Ilkeston, Littleover, Mickleover, Ockbrook, Ripley, Sinfin, Spondon, Stenson Fields, Swadlincote

Postcodes Covered

DE1, DE3, DE5, DE6, DE7, DE11, DE12, DE21, DE22, DE23, DE24, DE55, DE56, DE65, DE72, DE73, DE74, DE75

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Derby's two biggest employers, Rolls-Royce plc and the Toyota Motor Corporation are engaged in engineering manufacturing. Other companies of note include railway systems engineering firm Bombardier Transportation who manufacture railway rolling stock at the Derby Carriage and Wagon Works, HeroTSC, who deal with much of Sky's telephone support, and Alstom who manufacture large power plant boilers and heat exchangers.

Derby was for many years a railway centre, being the former headquarters of the Midland Railway, with both British Rail workshops and research facilities in the town. Although much less important than in years gone by, train manufacture continues in Derby and Derby railway station retains an important position in the railway network. The city is favoured as a site for a national railway centre.

Some interesting facts about Derbyshire...

Television comedy 'The League of Gentlemen' is filmed in Hadfield, a small village near Glossop in North Derbyshire.

Former Rams goalkeeper, Peter Shilton, holds the record for most international appearances for England.

Famous philosopher, Herbert Chapman, was born in Exeter Street in Derby city centre in 1820.

Coronation Street actress, Tracey Shaw hails from Belper. She spent two years studying at South East Derbyshire College in Ilkeston.

The Peak District was the first national park in the country and the Arboretum park was the first public park in Britain.

Kathleen Kennedy, sister of JFK, is buried in Edensor churchyard. She was married to the Duke of Devonshire's elder brother.

Ellen MacArthur, from landlocked Whatstandwell, made history in 2001 when she became the fastest woman to single-handedly circumnavigate the globe non-stop.

In Jane Austen's 'Pride and Prejudice', Mr Darcy's huge estate, called Pemberley, was set in Derbyshire.

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01332 661549

0800 634 3479