Direct window cleaning services are Your Local Window Cleaners in St John’s Wood NW8
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Our local window cleaners in St John’s Wood offer residential and commercial window cleaning services. If you need local window cleaners in St John’s Wood, don`t hesitate to call on: 0203 7143 505 and take advantage of our professional and reliable window cleaners.
Window Cleaning Insurance
Before you hire a local window cleaner, there are a few things you should know.
Window cleaning service is an industry which attracts many part-timers and non-professionals. A legitimate, professional window cleaner will be fully insured. If you hire a local window cleaner who cannot provide a Liability Insurance Certificate you are putting yourself at considerable risk.
Direct Window Cleaning Services has got Liability Insurance cover for £1,000,000.
Why Choose Direct Window Cleaning Services?
Here at Direct Window Cleaning Services, we work every day with clients in luxurious apartments, elegant town homes and houses & offices. We also provide our window cleaning services to condominium complexes, office buildings, hotels, stores and other businesses. That puts on us great responsibility and demands not only top quality service, attention to details and satisfying all your needs.
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Did You know?
St John’s Wood is a district of north-west London, in the City of Westminster, and at the north-west end of Regent’s Park. It is approximately 2.5 miles north-west of Charing Cross. Once part of the Great Middlesex Forest, it was later owned by the Knights of St John of Jerusalem. It is a very affluent neighbourhood, with the area postcode (NW8) ranked by Forbes magazine as the 5th most expensive postcode in London based on the average home price in 2007.