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Domestic Cleaning Company serving Huddersfield, Holmfirth, Lindley, Brighouse & all the surrounding areas

Time For You Huddersfield

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Mark & Kate Hudson

Typical Hourly Rate
£12.00
Huddersfield
01484 949831

About Time For You

We are a domestic cleaning company supplying HonestReliable, Affordable  & police-checked* house cleaners to clean and look after your home from as little as £12.00 per hour!*

 Ask yourself these 3 simple questions:

  • Do you work long hours?
  • Too busy caring for your family?
  • No time to spare to clean your home?

If the answer to any of the above is yes, then we can help!

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Testimonial:

"Having used this cleaning service for the last three months, I can honestly say I don't know how I managed before.  Mark & Kate supplied me with a cleaner that has quickly become part of my family.  Thanks for all your help".

Terri-Ann, Marsden HD7

LIMITED OFFER - Join us today and receive £10 off your FIRST clean*  Contact us now for this limited offer!  then quote offer code "£10 off" on initial contact.

*(£10 off  is deducted from on-going account management fee when you sign up for a WEEKLY clean for an initial three month period.  Not available on fortnightly cleans).*

We cover all areas with a HD postcode, providing properly screened and vetted domestic house cleaners to assist with all of your cleaning requirements.

Usual household cleaning tasks would include:

  • kitchen cleaning
  • bathroom cleaning
  • dusting & vacuuming
  • ironing service
  • internal windows


We currently offer house cleaning & ironing services in all towns and villages thoughout the HD1-HD9 postcode areas be it in Huddersfield centre, Brighouse, Rastrick, Holmfirth, Holme Valley, Colne Valley, Clayton West, Skelmanthorpe, Scissett, Denby Dale or any of the small villages in between, we can help you. If your area is not mentioned above, don't worry as long as its in the HD postcode areas we cover you.

Testimonial:

"We had our first clean today, really pleased and thanks very much"

Jo & Laurie, Brighouse HD6

 You will get the same regular house cleaner every week, and each and every clean is insured against accidental damage, giving you total peace of mind!

When you use our service, you will quickly get back your free time and reduce stress.  You will be introduced to a local, vetted, friendly and reliable honest house cleaner to carry out all your general household cleaning requirements.  You will get to meet your house cleaner prior to them commencing the cleaning and they will be your regular house cleaner each and every week.

Our carefully selected house cleaners are selected from an ever growing database.  You can rest assured that each domestic  house cleaner:

  • has been vetted and interviewed by us personally in their own home
  • have supplied at least two excellent references
  • are police checked* for your total piece of mind


The minimum amount of time we supply a cleaner for is 2 hours on a weekly or 3 hours on a fortnightly basis. The cleaner is paid directly by you the householder (£8.50 per hour on a weekly clean or £9.50 per hour on a fortnightly clean) and you will pay the cleaner on the day that he/she completes the clean.  The balance left over (£3.50 per hour on a weekly clean or £4.50 per hour on a fortnightly clean) is paid to Time For You by Standing Order on a quarterly basis (every 13 weeks), With the initial quarter payable in advance. Therefore our typical hourly rate is £12.00  per hour for a weekly 2 hour clean or £14.00 per hour for a fortnightly 3 hour clean.

Testimonial:

"Professional and friendly service, Mark quickly found me a cleaner and she's great! It's a real godsend".

Maria B, Kirkburton HD8

Remember to take advantage of our LIMITED OFFER - Join us today and receive  £10 off the first clean* 
 

We suggest that  any potential clients should visit our FAQs tab above to acquaint themselves will all aspects of our service.

Any further queries , please use our CALLBACK facility on the left hand side of this page.  Our lines are open from 8am till 11pm daily (including weekends and Bank holidays).

*police checked cleaners upon request


 


 

Areas covered

Almondbury, Bailiff Bridge, Berry Brow, Birkby, Bradley, Brighouse, Clayton West, Crosland Moor, Denby Dale, Emley, Farnley Tyas, Fenay Bridge, Fixby, Golcar, Holmfirth, Honley...

HD1, HD2, HD3, HD4, HD5, HD6, HD7, HD8, HD9

Almondbury, Bailiff Bridge, Berry Brow, Birkby, Bradley, Brighouse, Clayton West, Crosland Moor, Denby Dale, Emley, Farnley Tyas, Fenay Bridge, Fixby, Golcar, Holmfirth, Honley, Huddersfield, Huddersfield, Kirkburton, Kirkheaton, Lepton, Lindley, Linthwaite, Lockwood, Marsden, Marsh, Meltham, Milnsbridge, Newson, Outlane, Paddock, Rastrick, Rawthorpe, Salendine Nook, Scissett, Skelmanthorpe, Slaithwaite, Upperthong

HD1, HD2, HD3, HD4, HD5, HD6, HD7, HD8, HD9

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Bio Box

Huddersfield is a large, industrial market town situated in the heart of Yorkshire, halfway between Leeds and Manchester.  Its origins go way back and it is mentioned in the Doomsday Book as 'Odresfeld'.  It is maybe best known for being the centre of civil unrest during the Industrial Revolution.

It is famous for its architecture - the railway station in the heart of the town is a Grade I listed building and was built between 1846 - 1850. It was subsequently renovated in 2009 at a cost of £4 million.

And its history - the Victoria Tower, built to commemorate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897 on Castle Hill, is situated on the site of an iron age hill fort and is renowned for its panoramic views over Huddersfield and the surrounding area.

It is a famous sporting town too.  In 1895, the sport of Rugby League was founded in the George Hotel.  Our local rugby league team are the Huddersfield Giants and they, along with Huddersfield Town Football Club (founded in 1908), play their home games at the John Smiths Stadium just off St Andrews Road.  There are also two outstanding 18-hole golf courses in the town - Bradley Park and Outlane, both which show off the surrounding moorland and local countryside at its best, whilst golfers traverse their greens and fairways.

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At the last census in 2011, Huddersfield was home to around 165,000 inhabitants.  It is the birthplace of many a famous face including the former Prime Minister, Harold Wilson, born in March 1916.  Also born here were James Mason and Gordon Kaye, both of them famous actors albeit for completely different genres and Lawrence Batley, for whom the local theatre is named after.

Our University stands proud to the South East of the town.  It has been known as the University since 1992, when it merged wholly with the Polytechnic creating the University as we know it today.  HRH The Duke of York is the current Chancellor replacing the previous Chancellor, Sir Patrick Stewart (better known for his acting skills) in 2015.  At present the university has students from over 100 countries choosing to study within its walls.  It is currently undergoing expansion to include The Oastler Building for Law and the School of Music, Humanities and Media, both of which are due for completion in 2017 at a cost of £27.5 million.

Huddersfield is also the home to an Art Gallery, which houses paintings and sculptures by well-known artists such as Francis Bacon, L S Lowry and Henry Moore.  It also shows work from many of our local, home-grown talented artists.

We are also known for our Literature Festival which takes place in March of each year, along with the Food And Drink Festival which is held in August.

The very funny sit-com 'Last of the Summer Wine', about a group of people in the autumn of their years, was filmed in and around the pretty village of Holmfirth since 1973 and finally ended its run of over 30 years in 2010 after thirty-one series.  Although in decline towards its later years, it was still attracting large audiences for the BBC right up until its final showing.

Finally, a biopic on Huddersfield would not be complete without a mention of the Standedge Tunnel at Marsden.  It is the longest (5,000m), deepest (194m) and highest (196m above sea level) canal tunnel in Britain which was built in 1811, and was fully restored in 2001.  It now boast a visitors centre, an exhibition showing the history of the tunnel along with boats trips through the tunnel. 

Look a little closer and discover the real Huddersfield ..... a gem in Yorkshire's crown.

Vetted Cleaners

Affordable Prices

Own Account Manager

Why use us?

  • Vetted cleaners by Time For You Huddersfield
  • Affordable prices at typically £12.00 per hour
  • Own account manager(s) Mark & Kate Hudson
  • Identity checked cleaners
  • Same cleaner each week

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