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EVERY week

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Cleaners cost
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Domestic cleaning in Alexandra Palace London N22

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Domestic cleaning in Alexandra Palace London N22

Our cleaners in the Alexandra Palace London N22 charge themselves out at an hourly rate from £8.00 which is payable direct to them. The cleaners will be happy to iron at the same rate of pay. Homeclean charges a yearly maintenance fee of £189 + VAT for the first year's cleaning service and £95 + VAT for subsequent years.


Should you need a shorter period of time then our short-term fee structure is as follows:


One off £20 plus VAT
2 weeks £49 plus VAT
1 month £59 plus VAT
2 months £69 plus VAT
3 months £79 plus VAT
6 months £109 plus VAT

Our fee only becomes payable once a cleaner from our company has commenced work with you. You are therefore free to interview as many people from our cleaning company as you like without any obligation.


The service guarantees each household cleaning coverage for the year in the Alexandra Palace London N22 area, which means that if your cleaner supplied by Homeclean falls ill, goes on holiday or you are simply not satisfied with her level of domestic cleaning, then we will replace the cleaner free of charge and as often as your require.


Once you have made an enquiry we will then send you our Homeclean cleaning checklist. This information sheet should be used by yourselves to inform your cleaner, where necessary, the work that needs to be carried out on any particular day. It should also be used by the cleaner to inform you of the work that they carried out during their time at your property.



Did you know that

Alexandra Palace was built on a hill in Muswell Hill in North London in 1873 as a public entertainment centre. It is now a conference centre operated by a charitable trust. It was nicknamed "The People's Palace" or "Ally Pally", and in 1936 became the headquarters of world's first regular public "high definition" television service, operated by the BBC. The Alexandra Palace Transmitter is located on the site and still broadcasts television and radio signals