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Regular cleaning services in Wimbledon

90% of our customers we work with choose weekly, daily or fortnightly cleaning service, which includes cleaning of the main rooms in your home. Our cleaners in Wimbledon can also incorporate ironing, bed changing, folding/organising clothes and laundry to your regular cleaning routine.


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Clean worktop
Wipe kitchen appliances
Wash dishes or load dishwasher
Put dishes away
Empty bins
Hoover and mop floor


Bedroom Cleaning Services

Dust all surfaces
Make bed
Change bed linen if requested
Dust blinds
Remove cobwebs
Empty bins
Hoover and mop floor


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Clean surfaces such as tiles, shower cabin, bath sink, toilet and seat
Clean cabinets
Empty bins
Hoover and mop floors


Living Room Cleaning Services

Clean surfaces
Clean and dust furniture
Wipe windows and sills
Clean all glass surfaces
Hoover and mop floors

One-off Cleaning Services in Wimbledon

Are you moving out or just prefer a one-off session? No problem. Please give us at least 1-2 days notice and we will be able to send one or more specialist cleaners. Here are the one-off services cleaners in Wimbledon can provide:


From £177 per 4hr session
Done at your home
Discounts for subsequent bookings
Experienced Ironers


From £177 for a 4hr clean
Typically includes oven, fridge, inside of windows & kitchen cupboards
Cleaning solution provided
Specially-trained cleaners


From £177 for a one-bedroom flat
Short-notice bookings available
Oven cleaning included
Cleaning solutions included
Specially-trained cleaners in Wimbledon

Google Reviews

We had Galina clean our apartment for a deep clean (end of tenancy) and we are thrilled with the results. She has done an amazing job and we will definitely look to use Cleaning Express in the future for more regular cleans. Thank you so much!
Emily T.
Emily T.
22:55 17 Mar 23
We have our regular cleaner, Natalia, who comes every week to clean our house. She is thorough and has great attention to detail. She is also extremely reliable, flexible and very friendly. I can highly recommend her. And when dealing with the agency, they also respond quickly and are super helpful.
Judith F.
Judith F.
10:01 13 Feb 23
I've been using Cleaning Express for a few years and have had a few different cleaners in that time, all great. Nataliia joined us about 9 months ago and has been brilliant - efficient, professional, easy to communicate with, and a lovely person to be around, which makes all the difference! Very happy with the service 😀
Mhairi G.
Mhairi G.
21:16 28 Jan 23
I would highly recommend this business.I had a deep clean for my 1 bed flat. Galina was amazing, she brought all the cleaning supplies and gave the flat a very thorough clean. The oven looked like new again. Very professional. I plan to continue using for my regular cleaning.
D T.
D T.
15:26 25 Jan 23
Our cleaner Maria did an amazing job! Freezer, oven, fridge all look brand new. The bathroom in particular was done very well. She even descaled the shower head and all the taps were looking better than when we moved in! Couldn't recommend more highly. Will be using them going forward!!!
Kevin H.
Kevin H.
09:03 08 Nov 22
We’ve been using Cleaning Express for about 18 months and have found all of the cleaners we’ve had to be of a very high standard. The most recent, Olena, is excellent and probably the best of them all. She’s very efficient and thorough and we couldn’t be happier with her. I would highly recommend.
Stephen B.
Stephen B.
10:29 20 Aug 22
The two cleaning people showed up on time, they were very polite and efficient. They did a deep clean on my house and it looks fantastic! I would definitely use this company again and highly recommend their work.
Makayla S.
Makayla S.
05:39 09 Aug 22
I would highly recommend this service! I needed a deep clean to be done for a move and I was able to book them with short notice. The cleaners showed up on time and did a great job. The prices are very reasonable and I would definitely use them again if needed. 10/10
Victoria P.
Victoria P.
16:56 07 Aug 22
My experience with the agency has been great. Very responsive and helpful in finding me the right fit.Coming on the cleaning experience. Kateryna comes from the agency for weekly cleaning at my place. Its been 3 weeks and I have been super impressed with her professionalism, efficiency and attitude. She is very very hard working and leave the house sparkling every time. Very happy and would highly recommend.
Neha B.
Neha B.
08:57 05 Aug 22
Great cleaning agency, always polite and professional. In particular, Ayla is an absolutely fantastic cleaner. She does an amazing job and is such a pleasure to have around. Very much recommend.
Daniella R.
Daniella R.
10:24 01 Aug 22


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We believe that better pay attracts and retains higher-quality cleaners in Wimbledon. As a Living Wage Recognised Service Provider our Wimbledon cleaners receive the London Living Wage, an independently calculated wage that is higher than the government minimum wage, and based on the cost of living. The rate is £11.95/hour in London.

About Wimbledon

There have been people living in Wimbledon since, at least the Iron Age, around 2,750 years ago. That is when experts think that the hill fort located in Wimbledon Common was built. It is likely, though, that there were settlements in Wimbledon dating back even further than this. Sadly, though, no evidence exists of the earliest people in Wimbledon.

Wimbledon – the early years

For much of history, Wimbledon was a small countryside village. There was a stable rural population in Wimbledon from the 1000s right up until the 19th century. And unlike other parts of London, the rural population coexisted quite happily with the wealthy nobility and merchants from London, who used Wimbledon as a countryside retreat to escape the smoke of the city.

How Wimbledon got its name

The naming of Wimbledon has only just recently been solved. The village first appeared on records in 967 in a charter signed by King Edgar the Peaceful. It was called ‘Wimbedounyng’ in the charter. The name then went through many revisions. A few of these suggest a family name linked to the area. A translation of an old name for the area is ‘Wynnman’s hill’. Could Wynnman be a wealthy family that settled in the area at some point before the Domesday Book? Sadly, no records survive.

In the earliest maps of Wimbledon, the area is called ‘Wimbleton’. These maps were created by one of the best map makers in England at the time, J. Cary in 1786. They show a wonderful look at the area with small settlements of farmers, as well as estates and stately homes of the wealthy coexisting. Finally, in the early 19th century, everyone decided that the best name for the area was Wimbledon, and the name has now stuck, for now.

Wimbledon and the crown

Due to the importance of Wimbledon, it has some tantalising links to the crown. The kings and queens of England have handed the land of Wimbledon around to some very important folk over the years. Early owners of Wimbledon include Richard II, who confiscated the land from the church in 1398. Thomas Cromwell owned the manor for a very brief time after Henry VIII granted him ownership. Henry’s last wife took ownership back after Cromwell’s execution in 1540, and it was in the hands of the crown for a mere 8 years until it was passed back to the monarch. Henry’s daughters Mary I and Elizabeth I also played their role in Wimbledon’s past as well as many other major players in the history of England.

Wimbledon link to tennis

We had to mention Wimbledon’s tie to tennis, as the two have a strong bond. The first tennis championships to take place in Wimbledon were in 1877. The All England Croquet and Lawn Tennis Club held the championships in Worple Road, Wimbledon. 22 men entered, and the first winner, Spencer Gore, held up the trophy in front of 200 onlookers. The first women’s championships were held in 1884 and were won by Maud Watson, who narrowly beat her sister to win the trophy, a rather interesting story that has occurred many times at Wimbledon and a legacy that the Venus sisters have very much carried through to present day.

Areas we cover

We do not just have cleaners in Wimbledon. Cleaning Express provides cleaning services to commercial and domestic customers across London. Most of our customers are located in the following London boroughs. If you are based in any other borough please contact us to check availability in your area.

  • Greenwich
  • Hackney
  • Haringey
  • Islington
  • Kensington & Chelsea
  • Barking & Dagenham
  • Bexley
  • Lambeth
  • Lewisham
  • Newham
  • Redbridge
  • Southwark
  • Tower Hamlets
  • Waltham Forest
  • Westminster
  • Havering
  • Bromley