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Time For You House Cleaners Owner Jo Morgan-Walters

CONGRATULATIONS!  - you’ve landed on the right page for a Cleaner in Ely

  • Are you fed up spending your precious free time cleaning you home?
  • Do you long for a day where you actually do what you want to with your free time - rather than what you feel you have to?

At Time for You (Ely) we've got it covered! Our cleaners clean your home so you don't have to!

So - keep calm - and let us take away your worry and stress


We can transform your free time into your time by matching you specific cleaner requirements to one of our thoroughly vetted, carefully selected cleaners.


And once we've introduced you to your cleaner - you can look forward to a home that gleams like a palace.

Here's what one of our clients says:

TESTIMONIAL

I just wanted to say again that Louise is just great. She came for an introductory meeting and then started her cleaning service today. She has done a great job on the flat, and has helped me with various housekeeping matters. She is keen and enthusiastic and uses her initiative. I have given her a key and a fob for the apartment complex, and she will be coming every Thursday for two hours.

Thank you again for introducing Louise to me. I think we'll get along really well. I'm very pleased.
Mr. Reynolds, Cambs April 2015

Call us now on 01353 469009 or 07958980312 - or email us at
[email protected] - we can usually arrange your first clean within 24 hours of your initial home consultation!!

Our philosophy is that 'life's too short to spend it cleaning’, so we've spent the past 12 years relieving our many customers from the burden of finding an experienced and reliable cleaner for their homes. By interviewing, vetting and gathering reliable, friendly and trustworthy cleaners who live and work in your area - we can select the right cleaner for you.

Let’s get started

  1. First, call our office on 01353 469009 or 07958 980312 to speak to Gill, Barry or Jo about your cleaner needs

 Gill, Barry or Jo will be delighted to hear from you. To start with they’ll take a few details, such as your name, where you live and a summary of your initial requirements. They will then make arrangements at a time convenient to you for either Jo or Sarah to visit you in your home to discuss your specific requirements further.

  1. Your home visit
  • During your home visit, Jo or Sarah will sit down with you to discuss your individual cleaner needs, and any preference you may have for the day.
  • During the visit we will remind you how to make best use of our service, discuss our fees, take your payment details and answer any question you may have.
  • Once we have all of this information we will identify the most appropriate cleaner for you.

  1. Your first cleaner visit

We arrange for our carefully selected cleaner to contact you as soon as possible so that you can meet them before they begin their first clean. We will have already advised your cleaner of your requirements and days and times you would like the cleaning to take place, however by meeting your cleaner before they start means you have the opportunity to show them your home, discuss the specific details of the cleaning with them, and build a rapport.

  1. What happens after your first clean

We will contact you after your first clean has taken place to find out how it went. This is a good opportunity for you to feedback any observations to us. At this point we can make any changes on your behalf before your next clean takes place.

In a few weeks time we will contact you again for further feedback.

Of course you can call or email us anytime to pass on your comments or make any particular requests.

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Areas Covered

CB1, CB2, CB22, CB23, CB24, CB25, CB26, CB3, CB4, CB5, CB6, Ely

Postcodes Covered

CB6

Home to succulent samphire seaweed and wriggly eels, one of England's most important cathedrals and a prehistoric lizard - there's more to Ely then you might think. Our fenland city has plenty to offer residents and visitors alike. Great restaurants, strolls by the River Ouse and visits to our museum and cathedral.

Fourteen miles northeast of Cambridge, Ely was founded around AD 672 when St Etheldreda, daughter of the East Anglian King Onna, arranged the construction of an Abbey here - and so our community developed into the cathedral city it is today.

People flock to Ely all year round to visit our 12th century cathedral with its Octagon 'Lantern Tower' from where you can view the fenland countryside for miles around.

Tourists also like to visit the part-time home of Oliver Cromwell, where the lord Protector of England lived for some 10 years when he wasn't residing at Hampton Court. Today his home has been recreated to show what life was like during the 17th century.

The SSSI site Roswell Pits just a mile outside the city centre, has revealed many prehistoric specimens, including the skeleton of a Pliosaur lizard.

But if modern culture is more your thing, then our wide range of pubs and restaurants that serve a wide range of authentic fenland food, as well asian and oriental cuisine will not disappoint!

If it's a good old fashioned local fair you're looking for – then look no further. Fairs have been held in Ely since the twelfth century - and continue to this day. They include the Rotary Club's Aquafest located on the riverbank on the first Sunday of July, Eel Day carnival and fireworks display, the Ely folk festival and annual autumn Horticultural Society show.

Whether you live in Ely or just visiting - there's plenty to do and see in our fenland city.

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Home to succulent samphire seaweed and wriggly eels, one of England's most important cathedrals and a prehistoric lizard - there's more to Ely then you might think. Our fenland city has plenty to offer residents and visitors alike. Great restaurants, strolls by the River Ouse and visits to our museum and cathedral.

Fourteen miles northeast of Cambridge, Ely was founded around AD 672 when St Etheldreda, daughter of the East Anglian King Onna, arranged the construction of an Abbey here - and so our community developed into the cathedral city it is today.

People flock to Ely all year round to visit our 12th century cathedral with its Octagon 'Lantern Tower' from where you can view the fenland countryside for miles around.

Tourists also like to visit the part-time home of Oliver Cromwell, where the lord Protector of England lived for some 10 years when he wasn't residing at Hampton Court. Today his home has been recreated to show what life was like during the 17th century.

The SSSI site Roswell Pits just a mile outside the city centre, has revealed many prehistoric specimens, including the skeleton of a Pliosaur lizard.

But if modern culture is more your thing, then our wide range of pubs and restaurants that serve a wide range of authentic fenland food, as well asian and oriental cuisine will not disappoint!

If it's a good old fashioned local fair you're looking for – then look no further. Fairs have been held in Ely since the twelfth century - and continue to this day. They include the Rotary Club's Aquafest located on the riverbank on the first Sunday of July, Eel Day carnival and fireworks display, the Ely folk festival and annual autumn Horticultural Society show.

Whether you live in Ely or just visiting - there's plenty to do and see in our fenland city.

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