domestic cleaning services

Domestic Cleaning Services

Weekly/Fortnightly Domestic Clean

Regular home  cleaning is essential in London, limescale and dust aside, the usual reasons apply:
  • Freeing you up to do the things you love
  • Less squabbling about who’s turn it is to vacuum
  • A More organised home equals a more organised mind
  • Giving you more time
  • Helping you to have a stress free home environment

So, if you’re looking for a weekly or fortnightly domestic cleaner in London our Helper’s are the best for the job. You can expect a professional, affordable Helper cleaning your home to your high standards. All we need from you are your favourite cleaning products.

 

Your Helper will usually need a minimum cleaning time of 2.5 hours for a 1 bed, 1 bath flat.

Put your feet up in your freshly cleaned home.

Need Commercial Cleaning?

We also provide a range of commercial cleaning services

If you have a small office or commercial premises, you might find our commercial cleaning services more helpful. If you require cleaning for both, please contact us to discuss your requirements.

End/Start of Tenancy Clean

Starting or ending a tenancy can be a stressful time, cleaning up after the last occupants or 12 months worth of dust behind those wardrobes can be hard work. Just Helpers can help, all we ask is that the property is clear of possessions. In exchange we will provide our own quality cleaning products. We will even clean the oven! A task we’re sure you won’t envy.

Want to see a breakdown of our costs and time we need to for start or end of tenancy cleans?

Spring/Deep Clean

Sometimes a normal weekly domestic clean isn’t enough and a one off deep clean or spring clean is needed to get your home looking beautiful again.

We will supply all cleaning products and if you’d like a breakdown of what we would expect to clean during the deep clean process, please ask.

Want to see a breakdown of our estimated costs and time involved in a deep clean?

After Build Clean

Currently the Helpers are not equipped to do a heavy duty clean-up after substantial building works, as this requires specialist equipment. However, if you have undertaken some light decoration or refurbishments where the dust has finally settled and your normal household cleaning equipment would be sufficient to tackle the task, then we could discuss your needs over the telephone and produce a quote in consultation with your Helper following that conversation.

End/Start of Tenancy Clean

Starting or ending a tenancy can be a stressful time, cleaning up after the last occupants or 12 months worth of dust behind those wardrobes can be hard work. Just Helpers can help, all we ask is that the property is clear of possessions. In exchange we will provide our own quality cleaning products. We will even clean the oven! A task we’re sure you won’t envy.

A breakdown of our costs and time we need to for start or end of tenancy cleans can be found on our pricing page.

After Build Clean

Currently the Helpers are not equipped to do a heavy duty clean-up after substantial building works, as this requires specialist equipment. However, if you have undertaken some light decoration or refurbishments where the dust has finally settled and your normal household cleaning equipment would be sufficient to tackle the task, then we could discuss your needs over the telephone and produce a quote in consultation with your Helper following that conversation.

Spring/Deep Clean

Sometimes a normal weekly domestic clean isn’t enough and a one off deep clean or spring clean is needed to get your home looking beautiful again. We will supply all cleaning products and if you’d like a breakdown of what we would expect to clean during the deep clean process, please ask.

See a breakdown of our estimated costs and time involved in a deep clean over on our pricing page.

We’re a friendly team and we understand your needs. The Helper often get requests for tailored services and where we can, we offer advice to them on how to be flexible. If anything isn’t clear or mentioned here, please go ahead and ask!