Domestic Cleaning Company serving Stoke on Trent, Newcastle under Lyme, Leek & the surrounding areas

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Honest, reliable & affordable house cleaners

Welcome to Time For You™ Stoke-on-Trent domestic cleaning services.

With over 30,000 households nationally being cleaned every week, Time For You™ is the largest provider of domestic cleaning in the country and here in Stoke-on-Trent, Newcastle and Leek you too could have an experienced, reliable, vetted and police checked** home cleaner.

So what can we offer you.....?

Firstly you will benefit from our fantastic £10 off your first clean promotion. That's right we will pay for you to see how good we are! This offer applies to anyone joining us on a weekly basis

► It's simple to arrange…..

You’ll get our advice and support from the moment you speak to us and our service is incredibly easy and straight forward to arrange. Usually just one phone call can answer most queries and whatever your needs we will find a solution! One of the best ways to get through to us is using the 'Request a call back' button - supply me with your requirements and I will get back to you quickly!

► We give you what you want…..

We’ll come and visit you in your home and listen to your requirements and you’ll get to meet your cleaner before they start plus you’ll get the same, dependable cleaner every time and on the day you want! We will manage your ongoing requirements and regularly check that everything is meeting your expectations and, if not, we’ll fix it quickly plus you’ll get great customer service with telephone support Monday to Friday

It makes me proud to receive reviews like this from Joan Webb:

"Looking for a cleaner for a disabled friend in Whitmore, who had recently come out of hospital, I searched the Internet and found Phil Wright from Time for You Cleaning.
When Phil arrived and did his initial assessment, he said he was sure that he could help and felt he had just the right lady to help us out. Michelle has now made two, two hour visits to the property, doing an overall clean and working her way through the neglected rooms , transforming them as she goes,nothing is too much trouble for her. She also has a very caring approach to my friend and he is quite comfortable with her being at his house.
I would have no hesitation in recommending Phil and his company, his efficient handling of our needs could not be bettered .
Thanks again"

► We thoroughly check so you don’t have to…..

We interview every cleaner, face to face, in their own home​ and request references of previous experience. Our screening process covers checking ID and proof of address and asking them to provide a police check certificate** for your added security.  Rest assured we will be 100% certain that they are the right cleaner for you

► Professional cleaning service.....

Our local cleaners have serviced hundreds of households in the Stoke and Newcastle-under-Lyme areas. We are registered for Data Protection and for your peace of mind we provide £2 million indemnity insurance to cover accidental damage 

Our high quality service will leave your home spotless giving back

more…..TIME FOR YOU!

​We are looking forward to talking to you and here's how you can get in touch with us:

♦ By phone Stoke 01782 497596 / Leek 01538 715041 /

   Mobile 07414 521621

♦ E-mail  [email protected]

♦ Click here to 'Request a call back' 

​​**police checked upon request                       * Offer applies to weekly cleans


Areas Covered

Bentilee, Biddulph, Biddulph Moor, Bignall End, Birches Head, Blackwood Hill, Blurton, Blythe Bridge, Brown Edge, Bucknall, Burslem, Cauldon, Cauldon Low, Caverswall, Checkley, Chell, Chesterton, Cookshill, Cresswell, Dilhorne, Endon, Forsbrook, Froghall, Gillow Heath, Halmerend, Hanchurch, Hanford, Hanley, Harriseahead, Ipstones, Keele, Kidsgrove, Kingsley Holt, Kingsley Moor, Knutton, Knypersley, Leek, Leycett, Longsdon, Lower Tean, May Bank, Meir, Meir Heath, Mow Cop, Newcastle under Lyme, Packmoor, Penkull, Porthill, Rudyard, Scot Hay, Seabridge, Silverdale, Smallthorne, Sneyd Green, Stallington, Standon, Stockton Brook, Stoke on Trent, Stoke-on-Trent, Talke Pits, Tean, Tittensor, Trentham, Tunstall, Upper Tean, Westbury Park, Westlands, Weston Coyney, Wetley Abbey, Wetley Rocks, Whitmore, Wolstanton

Postcodes Covered

st1, ST2, ST3, ST4, ST5, ST6, ST7, ST8, ST9, ST11, ST12, ST13

Contact Us

Leek
01538 715041

Mobile
07414 521621

Newcastle-under-Lyme
01782 497596

Stoke on Trent
01782 497596

Hello!  I am Phil Wright and I own Time For You Stoke-on-Trent.

North Staffordshire has been my home for over 45 years and I have lived in various locations across the Newcastle Under Lyme and Stoke-on-Trent area including May Bank, Wolstanton and now Trentham, where I live with my wife and two children.

I have spent my entire career working within the retail sector holding various management and project management roles and have always prided myself on an exceptional level of customer service and satisfaction. Owning my own ‘customer orientated’ business seemed a natural next-step for me and all my clients at Time For You can be assured that their ongoing account management will be given an equally outstanding level of service.

Finding a top quality cleaner that is right for you, that you can trust in your own home and is efficient and hard-working, can be difficult and time consuming. Time For You can really help with this and, because I ensure that I pay the cleaners I use a ‘higher than market average’ hourly wage, I am confident that I can provide to you the best calibre cleaners in the business.

Time is an incredibly expensive commodity these days. We simply don’t have enough of it and Staffordshire has so much to offer you.

  • Would you be far happier and more relaxed going to places such as Trentham Gardens, Alton Towers or the Bet 365 stadium knowing full-well that your house is clean and tidy for your return?
  • Isn’t it better to get the kids out to Waterworld, Flip-out or Gladstone Pottery museum rather than putting them in front of the telly whilst you quickly ‘go-over’ with the vacuum?
  • And it’s absolutely official….cabin fever is bad for your health! If you are anything like me it is far better to get out to our local beauty spots like Rudyard, Tittesworth or the Roaches and be with your kids as they grow up, letting the stress of the working week dissolve and truly giving yourself some time back.

The more you clean your own house the less time you will have to see it all........

Our mission is to make your life easier – to give you the time back to live your life doing the things you want to do and to ensure we provide a service that you are happy with and would recommend to others.

*Police Checked cleaners on request.

Contact Us

Leek
01538 715041

Mobile
07414 521621

Newcastle-under-Lyme
01782 497596

Stoke on Trent
01782 497596

Is the cleaner employed by Time For You or by me as the client?

The answer is neither. All cleaners introduced by Time For You are self-employed and are registered with HRMC for tax purposes. Once introduced, their agreement is with you and you retain them on a ‘contract for services’ basis. In essence this makes it very simple for you as a client – if you want your cleaner to clean some shelves one week, but then want them to leave that and do something else the next time that is entirely up to you – just agree it with the cleaner.

If the cleaner is absent, what happens?

As part of our ongoing commitment to you we will always aim to replace your cleaner for the day and time of your normal clean. On the rare occasions that this is not possible (sickness being one of them!) we will come to a mutually agreeable date and time for the clean to take place – we will always work with you to overcome these situations.

How do I pay you?

You will pay the cleaner on the day in whatever form you have agreed. Time For You will be paid every quarter by standing order. For this we will set you up with a top quality, vetted, and referenced cleaner, manage your account, cover absence, provide insurance and ensure a fabulous clean....every time! 

What equipment and products do you use?

The cleaner will use your products and equipment. This promotes consistency and ensures that no additional dust, dirt and grime is transferred in to your property. The only product that we stipulate cannot be used is bleach as our insurance will not cover it, but, as the householder, you can waive that agreement and allow bleach to be used in your property.

The cleaner will speak to you on an ongoing basis about product availability and equipment performance in order to maintain a high standard of clean.

Explain more about the insurance policy.

This insurance is there to cover your cleaner whilst they are in your home up to the value of £2million. Essentially it is there to cover any major accidental damage caused by the cleaner whilst fulfilling their duties.

As with the majority of insurance policies there is an excess payable and with ours this is just £100.

What is a Police check?

A police check is a document that can be requested by anyone to show that they do not have a criminal record. We always ask the cleaners we use to get one of these in order that we can show our clients that this person is considered trustworthy. Any cleaner that refuses to get this check done will not be used by Time For You Stoke on Trent.

If you have any further questions then please do not hesitate to call us for clarity.

So what is there to love about Stoke-on-Trent, Newcastle-under-Lyme and surrounding areas? A huge amount I think!

Known affectionately as ‘The Potteries’ Stoke is made up from 6 towns (yes Fenton you are included! – how dare Arnold Bennett forget you!). The six towns run in a rough line from north to south along the A50 road – Tunstall, Burslem, Hanley, Stoke, Fenton and Longton. Although the city is named after the original town of Stoke, and the City Council offices are located there, the city centre is usually regarded as being in Hanley, which had earlier developed into a major commercial centre.

The ceramics industry was the making of the area and, although not what it used to be, is still at the heart of this incredible City.

Its ceramic collection is housed in the Potteries Museum & Art Gallery in Hanley. Etruria Industrial Museum on the Caldon Canal, and Gladstone Pottery Museum in a former potbank in Longton are dedicated to the city's industrial heritage.

Most of the major pottery companies based in Stoke-on-Trent have factory shops and visitor centres. The £10 million Wedgwood Museum visitor centre opened in the firm's factory in Barlaston in October 2008. The Dudson Centre in Hanley is a museum of the family ceramics business, which is partly housed in a Grade II listed bottle kiln. It is also a volunteer centre. Burleigh in Middleport is the world's oldest working Victorian pottery. There are also smaller factory shops, such as Royal Stafford in Burslem, Moorcroft in Cobridge and Emma Bridgewater in Hanley. In addition, there are ambitious plans to open the huge Chatterley Whitfield Colliery, near Brindley Ford and Biddulph, as a mining museum, since it has been given scheduled monument status. Also  Elizabethan Ford Green Hall is a 17th-century farmhouse which is now a historic house museum in Smallthorne.

Trentham Gardens is just south of the city and a £100 million refurbishment was completed in 2005. Next door is Trentham Monkey Forest, which houses 140 Barbary macaques in a 60-acre (240,000 m2) enclosure that visitors can walk through. An incredible visitor attraction

The Alton Towers Resort is 10 miles (16 km) east of Stoke-on-Trent and is one of the United Kingdom's best known attractions. The Waterworld indoor swimming complex on Festival Park near Hanley is also a significant children's attraction.

Each of the six towns in Stoke-on-Trent has at least one park. At nine hectares, Burslem Park is one of the largest registered Victorian parks in the UK. Park Hall Country Park in Weston Coyney is a national nature reserve, and its sandstone canyons are a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Hartshill Park in Stoke is also a nature reserve, and Bucknall Park is home to the City Farm. Westport Lake in Longport is the largest body of water in Stoke-on-Trent and has a nature reserve.

About 9,000 firms are based in the city. Amongst the more notable are bet365, founded by local businessman and Stoke City chairman Peter Coates

The Michelin tyre company has a complex in the city which houses its commercial head office, training centre and a truck tyre re-treading facility. Sainsbury's supermarket and The Co-operative Pharmacy have large warehouses in the city. Vodafone has a large call centre on Festival Park and the UK subsidisary of the lubricant manufacturer Fuchs Petrolub has its head office at its factory in Hanley. There is a steel foundry owned by Goodwin Steel Castings Ltd in Joiner's Square. Premier Foods make Mr Kipling slices and Cherry Bakewells in Trent Vale. The Co-operative Travel had its head office in Burslem, before it merged with Thomas Cook in 2010. Amazon are one of the latest in a long list to know that Stoke-on-Trent is a great place to locate your business.

Stoke-on-Trent City Council is the city's largest single employer. Another major employer is the Royal Stoke University Hospital, with over 7,000 staff.

KPMG's Competitive Alternatives 2004 report declared Stoke-on-Trent to be the most cost-effective place to set up a new UK business. The city currently has the advantage of offering affordable business property, while being surrounded by a belt of affluent areas.

The main shopping centre is the Potteries Shopping Centre in Hanley, which has 561,000 sq ft (52,100 m2) of retail space with 87 units including a Debenhams anchor store and other major stores. There are also retail parks in Tunstall, Fenton and Longton. A new retail park is being built in Longton.

Newcastle-under-Lyme is a very close neighbour of Stoke-on-Trent and share hugely in the surrounding attractions. Dating back to 1173 Newcastle's market, known as the Stones, operates on the High Street. The market was originally held on Sunday; in the reign of John it was changed to Saturday; by the charter of Elizabeth it was fixed on a Monday. These days the market is open six days a week, and there are over 80 stalls. Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays see a general market, on Tuesdays there is an antiques market and Thursdays are for the sale of bric-a-brac. A cattle and livestock market was held on Mondays until the early 1990s; the site of the cattle market is now a branch of Morrison's supermarket.

Dominic Cork, the cricketer and Robbie Earle a former footballer were both born in Newcastle-under-Lyme.

I hope you have enjoyed reading some of the fantastic points of interest about the Stoke on Trent and Newcastle under Lyme areas. I love our city and am proud to own a business here.

Contact Us

Leek
01538 715041

Mobile
07414 521621

Newcastle-under-Lyme
01782 497596

Stoke on Trent
01782 497596