DOMESTIC CLEANING SERVICES IN Taunton - Bridgwater - Wellington - House & Home Cleaners

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07824506091

.Taunton
01823 254 711

Bridgwater
01278 489160

Chard/ Ilminster
01460 599 160

Minehead
01643 459 160

Wiveliscombe
01984 689 043

House cleaners & domestic cleaning Taunton, Bridgwater, Wellington

Would you like an honest, dependable and AFFORDABLE Police Checked* cleaner to clean and care for your home in Taunton, Bridgwater or in their surrounding towns of Wellington, Wiveliscombe, Chard, Ilminster, Minehead and Burnham-on-Sea? Then let Time For You HELP you.

Welcome to Time For You domestic cleaning in Somerset.

Please Call us today on any of the numbers listed  here to discuss your domestic cleaning requirements

Let Time For You take the strain of your house keeping with one of their fully vetted housekeepers.

Time For You is a local cleaning company based in Somerset and prides itself on providing a personal quality cleaner service for each individual customer. Every cleaner that Time For You introduces is personally interviewed and referenced checked in their own home. Time For You business owners would only recommend a domestic cleaner who they would be willing to have clean their homes.

Reasons to Choose Time For You

  • Affordable rates of typically £11.95 per hour incl. for weekly cleans and typically £12.95 incl. for fortnightly cleans.

  • Time and day to suit the customer

  • Cleaners are experienced, vetted, ID and reference checked in their own homes

  • Holiday and sickness temporary alternative cleaners provided if required

  • Full accidental damage insurance

  • Same cleaner each week or fortnight dedicated to the customer

  • *Police checked cleaners available upon request

Established in Somerset in 2002. Time For You now has over 15 years experience of managing the provision of regular, reliable, honest and friendly domestic cleaners to introduce to clients in the Somerset area.

Time For You offers a regular domestic weekly cleaner service (minimum 2 hours per week or 3 hours per fortnight) - with a typical rate of £11.95 per hour for weekly cleans and £12.95 per hour for fortnightly cleans

Minimum hours - 2 per week/fortnight, Monday to Saturday
Minimum contract - one quarter, thereafter monthly notice period


Please note: one off/deep cleans are possible please discuss directly with ourselves.


Contact Us


07824506091

.Taunton
01823 254 711

Bridgwater
01278 489160

Chard/ Ilminster
01460 599 160

Minehead
01643 459 160

Wiveliscombe
01984 689 043

Areas Covered

Babcary, Berrow, Bishops Lydeard, Brean, Bridgewater, Burnham on Sea, Cannington, Chard, Chillington, Compton Dundon, Coombe St Nicholas, Crewkerne, Curry Rivel, Dulverton, Enmore, Hambridge, Hatch Beauchamp, High Ham, Highbridge, Ilminster, Keignton Mandeville, Kingston St Mary, Martock, Merriott, Middlezoy, Milverton, Minehead, Montacute, Mulcheny, Nether Stowey, North Curry, North Petherton, Pitney, Porlock, Puriton, Shapwick, Somerset, Somerton, South Petherton, Spaxton, Stogumber, Stogursey, Stoke St. Mary, Stoke-sub-Hamdon, Taunton, Trull, Watchet, Wellington, Westonzoyland, Williton, Wiveliscombe, Woolavington, Wrantage

Postcodes Covered

TA1, TA2, TA3, TA4, TA5, TA6, TA7, TA8, TA9, TA10, TA11, TA12, TA13, TA14, TA15, TA16, TA17, TA18, TA19, TA20, TA21, TA22, TA23, TA24

Contact Us


07824506091

.Taunton
01823 254 711

Bridgwater
01278 489160

Chard/ Ilminster
01460 599 160

Minehead
01643 459 160

Wiveliscombe
01984 689 043

Taunton, a busy regional shopping town, with a good range of shops in the centre, and out-of-town shopping complex which also has cinemas and 10 pin bowling. There is a horse racing course just south west on the B3170.In 1497 Perkin Warbeck seized the town and said he was King Richard IV, the town was also involved in the Civil War and Monmouth's rebellion.Taunton is home to the Somerset County Museum and is the home of Somerset County Cricket Club and England's Womens Cricket. There are a selecction of excellent golf courses in and around Taunton. The town has some old pubs, and a few old streets such as Hammet Street with its 18th century houses, near the church. Quite a lot to see and do around this area, and the M5 gives good access north and south, the A358 will take you up to Exmoor and the north coast with The Blackdown Hills to the South. There are major housing and commercial developments taking place in and around Taunton creating lots of employment opportunities for within the area.

The market town of Bridgwater has a colourful past that is reflected in its many historic buildings and brought brilliantly to life through the tradition of its extraordinary annual illuminated carnival procession – the largest in Europe.
Sitting on the tidal river Parrett - between the Mendip and Quantock Hills and on the edge of the Somerset Levels - the earliest evidence of human activity here was the discovery of thousands of worked flints indicating a ‘factory’ site from around 6800 BC. This vein of productivity has run through the town ever since and it retains a reputation for manufacturing even today.
In the 11th century it was a modest farming and fishing settlement called Bruge. Given by William the Conqueror to Walter de Douai it became known as Bruge de Walter and later Bridgwater. Large parts of the centre and the docks now form a Conservation Area.
Alfred the Great, whose defeat of the Vikings we commemorate on May 11th Somerset Day, is said to have burnt cakes while hiding in the marshes outside Bridgwater and the last battle to be fought on English soil – the Battle of Sedgemoor - took place at nearby Westonzoyland.
As would be expected in a town with so much history there are plenty of places to visit including the unusually shaped St Mary’s Church; the Blake Museum; Bridgwater Arts Centre – the first in the country; Somerset Brick and Tile Museum; the Bridgwater and Taunton Canal and the DocksBridgwater has major commercial and housing developments taking place and Hinkley Point C Power Station is being expanded. The site and its construction will not only create jobs and benefit the economy in Somerset but also nationally, as well as producing “home-grown” electricity that could power an area twice the size of London.The 430 acre site – reducing to 165 acres once operational - will generate enough electricity to power nearly 6 million homes once operational, bring 900 permanent jobs to the area and create around 25,000 jobs during construction

Wellington is a friendly town set in the wide valley between the Brendon and Blackdown Hills, Wellington gave its name to the famous 'Iron Duke', victor of the Battle of Waterloo. The 175ft column built on the scarp edge of the Blackdowns was erected in his honour: at night it is an illuminated landmark for miles around.The town's growth and prosperity date back to the 18th century when the Fox Family built their integrated woollen mill. Visit the Wellington museum to find out more about this historic town and unravel the Fox Family legacy.With a range of specialist shops, Wellington is ideal for browsing during the day whilst the 'Wellesley', the town's unique 1930s cinema offers entertainment in the evening. Wellington Park was restored in recent years thanks to a Heritage Lottery Grant.Wellington has also recently become a 'Food Town' and hosts various events and initiatives to celebrate the best in local food and drink.

Minehead is a superb destination for families seeking a traditional seaside holiday.It is considered the Northern Gateway to Exmoor and is the area’s largest town.Ideally situated to explore the stunning scenery of Exmoor and the Quantock Hills, Minehead is the starting point of the South West Coast Path National Trail, the nation's longest long-distance countryside walking trail. Perfect for a family seaside holiday, Minehead offers a long flat sandy beach, great for picnics and games – especially as the sand here is perfect for sandcastle building! Minehead's promenade with its cafés, bars and shops offers access to the sandy beach and spectacular views across to North Hill. St Michael’s Church, built in the 14th or 15th Century, can be found on the lower slopes of North Hill and can be accessed from the road or the quaint Church Steps, which is a footpath between thatched cottages, with stunning views across the town. Minehead’s picturesque harbour with its RNLI station and shop, also hosts summer pleasure boat cruises on the paddle steamer Waverley and motor vessel Balmoral. Just a short stroll from the seafront is Blenheim Gardens, Minehead’s largest park, which opened in 1925. These beautiful gardens are open all year with a bandstand and wide variety of free entertainment during the summer months. Minehead has its own challenging 18 hole Links golf course. Across from the promenade and the gardens is the West Somerset Railway – originally opened as The Minehead Railway in 1874. From here you can experience a wide variety of day trips on the beautifully restored railway engines and carriages, visiting picturesque stations as you wind your way through the Somerset countryside. Anglers can book trips on the coastal fishing boats too from the harbour. Also on the quay is the sailor’s church, St Peters on the Quay, which started life as a store in the 1600’s and converted to a chapel in the early 1900’s. The Avenue is Minehead’s main shopping street, just off of the seafront, offering a variety of shops, bars and restaurants. Just a short drive, walk or bus journey from Minehead is the National Trust’s Dunster Castle, with its breath taking views over Exmoor and the Bristol Channel. There are a wide range of places to stay in Minehead, including the ever popular family resort of Butlins.

Contact Us


07824506091

.Taunton
01823 254 711

Bridgwater
01278 489160

Chard/ Ilminster
01460 599 160

Minehead
01643 459 160

Wiveliscombe
01984 689 043