Office Cleaning Service in East London and Surrounding Areas
Little Miss Perfect is the UK’s leading specialist in Office Cleaning. We have been cleaning for East London's businesses for over a decade. Our service spans commercial clients both small and large in Walthamstow, Chingford, Stratford, Leytonstone and across the Waltham Forest area. Our dedicated team cleans for a wide variety of businesses. These range from Estate Agents to health professionals to law firms, to name but a few of our valued clients. We provide a daily Office Cleaning Service, weekly, or monthly cleans. These include wiping down surfaces and mopping floors to vacuuming carpets and sweeping the entrance of an office block. Below is a list of duties, which is by no means exhaustive, but gives an overview of some of the work we undertake on a daily basis:
- Washing sinks
- Disinfecting toilets
- Emptying bins
- Polishing mirrors
- Mopping hard floors
- Wiping door /handles
- Cleaning fridge exterior
- Washing sinks
- Wiping worktops
- Emptying bins & replacing liners
- Sweeping & mopping hard floor
Finally, it goes without saying that all areas of your Office will be left neatly & tidily arranged.
We offer office cleaning in Walthamstow, Chingford, Stratford, Leytonstone, Leyton, the whole of Waltham Forest and across East London.
Regular Office Cleaning Service from as little as £13 per hour!
Amongst the daily Office Cleaning routine, our company can provide a fortnightly Internal Window Cleaning service. This can be neatly integrated and thereby cost-effectively saving you and your business money.
Appearance is everything. With this in mind, integrated into our Daily Office Cleaning Service, we provide a Carpet Cleaning Service in all areas of the office. This includes Upholstery Cleaning on all furniture throughout the office on a periodical basis.
For a full price list or further information for your East London business, please contact us using our online contact form.
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