About us

How to be a good cleaner

In the ever-changing digital world of today, finding a service provider for your cleaning needs is getting easier and easier. Between websites, mobile applications, email correspondence and helpdesks, clients rarely need to spend more than a couple of minutes before they can get what they’re looking for. The convenience, however, often comes at a cost. The easier it is to advertise a service, the more providers, competing for the same client base there will be. And while finding a service provider is usually as easy as opening up your browser, finding the right service provider for your particular need is much more difficult today than it has ever been in the past. Amidst all this chaos, clients often find themselves having to settle for less-than-ideal, or, in some cases – straight up unqualified providers.

Why this website

My name is Antoaneta. I’m an accomplished business leader, with many years of experience in the cleaning field. I arrived in London in 2000, with barely any money to my name, no understanding of the English language. After spending a year as a bartender, followed by a couple of months working as a private cleaning contractor, I noticed the large demand for qualified personnel in both fields. Not long after, I started my first business – a cleaning company that I lead to this very day.

I’ve decided to create this website for two reasons. My main goal is to help raise the overall level of qualification among UK cleaning professionals. As I noted above, I’ve heard a lot of complaints from my new clients about the way their properties have been treated before they came to my company.

This is a website dedicated to helping everyone who wants to learn more about being great at their job. And, even though this project only began a few short months back, we’ve already managed to put together a tight-knit, and dedicated community, focused on mutual help and learning.

If you’re looking to learn more about:

  • How to find your clients
  • How to meet and greet
  • How to clean different premises
  • How to deal with complaints
  • How to deal with damage (if you actually end up damaging a client’s property)
  • How to develop and grow your business
  • How to find a way to enjoy your life

You’ve come to the right place! Even if you’ve already got some experience under your belt, I can promise you that there’s still much more to learn and if you stick around, you can only benefit!

If you’re looking to start your own cleaning business…

I can help you with that as well! During my years in the cleaning field, I’ve learned a lot about the way things need to be handled. I’m familiar with all of the do-s and don’t-s and I know all of the best practices like the back of my hand. As I mentioned above, my company has been steadily growing for the last 17 years and we’re currently reached a very comfortable place in the industry. We provide Londoners with a whole host of services, including, but in no way limited to:

  • One-off cleaning
  • End of tenancy cleaning
  • After builders cleaning
  • Carpet cleaning
  • Upholstery cleaning
  • Commercial cleaning
  • Custom-tailored cleaning services

At the moment, we’re mostly concentrating on the commercial sector, as we’ve come to realise that the clients there are much more loyal, respectful and easier to deal with. The domestic sector, while great, is better suited for smaller cleaning businesses that aren’t overly concerned with growth and expansion. It was an excellent niche when we were first starting out, but I feel like we’ve already outgrown it – there are way too many private cleaners to compete with and clients are that much fickler.

If you feel like you’ve already reached the point where you’d like to stop working for others and set up your own business, I’d urge you to click the link below and visit our other website – How to Run a Cleaning Business.  There, I’ll tell you all about:

  • How to find your clients
  • How to meet and greet with them
  • How to clean
  • How to deal with complaints
  • How to deal with damage (if you actually end up damaging a client’s property)
  • How to develop and grow your business
  • How to find a way to enjoy your life

All of my knowledge about creating and setting up successful cleaning businesses in the UK is right there, merely a button click away!