After Builders Cleaning Chiswick

after-builders-cleaningWhen you reconstruct, redecorate or remodel your home there is always a lot of residue left after the end of the working process. This residue may range from big blocks to fine dust that can’t be cleaned so easily. Cleaning after builders takes a lot of time and it isn’t easy to do it yourself. This is exactly what we at Cleaners Chiswick can offer you.

If you don’t want to do this hard task by yourself then we recommend you contact a professional cleaning company that will handle the task for you. The service that clean up after construction work is called after builders cleaning and it is quickly gaining popularity among people. However, keep in mind that this kind of cleaning rarely involves upholstery, rug and carpet cleaning, but our company in Chiswick, SW11 offer discounts if you order these services in a bundle.

After builders cleaning might sound simple and doable by everyone, but the truth is that construction work might leave a lot of fine dust that can easily be overlooked. A specialist cleaner begins by deep cleaning the entire house. The walls are cleaned too and then the floors are vacuumed and mopped. Special flooring like marble and wood is hand washed.

The inside of windows, window frames and sills is cleaned as well. There is one room that is more thoroughly cleaned and this is the kitchen. The excessive cleaning is due to the need to maintain proper hygiene in this area.

About Chiswick

Chiswick
Chiswick is a large suburb of west London and part of the London Borough of Hounslow. Having good communications with London from an early time the area became a popular country retreat, and as part of the suburban growth of London in the late 19th and early 20th centuries the population of Chiswick significantly expanded.

Chiswick Urban District
Chiswick was a local government district in the county of Middlesex, England from 1858 to 1927. In 1883 the commissioners were replaced by a local board (which was also an urban sanitary authority) created under the Public Health Act 1875. the Duke of Devonshire retained the right to nominate a member of the board so long as he continued to hold 500 acres (2.0 km2) in the parish.

Chiswick House
Chiswick Villa is built of brick and its façade fronted with Portland stone with a small amount of stucco. The walls of the Villa, interrupted only by the porticos and Venetian windows, were deliberately austere, yet its interiors more refined and colourful. Two features of Chiswick Villa were revolutionary in English architectural practice- the centrally-planned layout, and the geometry of the rooms.

Chiswick Bridge
Chiswick Bridge is a reinforced concrete deck arch bridge over the River Thames in West London. Built on the site of a former ferry, the bridge is 606 feet (185 m) long and faced with 3,400 tons of Portland stone. At the time of its opening its 150-foot (46 m) central span was the longest concrete span over the Thames.