Home Cleaning Milton Keynes
Purrrfect Home Cleaning is the ONLY cleaning company, possibly the only BUSINESS, which offers its valued customers a number of unique benefits.
Why pay higher rates elsewhere to contribute towards other companies overheads?
If you’re looking for professional home cleaning in Milton Keynes, then your first choice must be Purrrfect Home Cleaning. Why? Because not only did we achieve the accolade of being the best customer service provider within our marketplace in a recent Internet poll, we guarantee that no other cleaning company in the whole of the Home Counties offers such great deals to its valued clients as detailed below.
The benefits mentioned above which are unique to ourselves include:
1. A ‘No Price Rise‘ guarantee – details on out Frequently Asked Question Page.
2. Four cost price cleaning hours every quarter – by ‘cost price’ we mean the cleaner is paid her hourly rate, but our Business Fee is waived.
3. Over 160 cleaners on our books ensures we can cope with the vast majority of eventualities.
The No Price Rise Guarantee, by itself, is a very valuable reward to our existing customers, it’s our way of saying “thank you for staying loyal to us, and that we appreciate your patronage.”
Not only do we offer domestic cleaning in Milton Keynes as well as Luton, and Dunstable, but we pride ourselves on our customer service too.
Add the aforementioned benefits to the fact that we regularly monitor our competitors’ prices in order to ensure that we always offer value for money, makes us sincerely believe that we do indeed offer MORE for LESS!
For just £12.00 per hour Purrrfect Home Cleaning STILL offers one of the most competitive and lowest rates available in ANY of the areas we cover – GUARANTEED!
Also, in addition to the above, our House Cleaning in Milton Keynes can include ironing too.
If You Require Professional, Affordable Cleaning
You Need ‘Purrrfect Home Cleaning’
We’re Number One For A Reason.
To contact us, please ring: 01908 668020 or 07470 447755
A Little History Of Milton Keynes
In the 1960s, the British government decided that a further generation of new towns in the South-East of England was required to relieve housing congestion in London.
During the 1950s, overspill housing for a number of London boroughs had been built in Bletchley.
Further research during the era identified north Buckinghamshire as a potential site for a new town, which would encompass the existing towns of Bletchley, Stony Stratford and Wolverton.
The planned New Town (informally referred to as the “New City”) was to be the largest of its kind with a planned population of 250,000, which were to be housed in an area of 34.1 square Miles.
The name “Milton Keynes” was obtained from the current village of Milton Keynes which was situated on the proposed building site.
The plan was that Milton Keynes would become a self sustaining community and eventually achieve the status of becoming a major regional centre.
Planning control was handed over to the Milton Keynes Development Corporation, this control having previously been handled by elected local authorities.
The Corporation was determined to learn from the mistakes and blunders of other New Towns and set about making Milton Keynes different, as well as being a town that people would enjoy living in.
Characteristic grid roads that run between districts were created and an intensive tree and shrub planting campaign was launched too. Lakes and parkland were created to enhance the overall look of the area.
Central Milton Keynes was never designed or envisaged as a standard, everyday town centre, where a visitor would be hard pushed to tell where they were, but was intended by the Corporation to eventually contain a wide array of businesses and also a large diversity of housing designs.
Milton Keynes is the largest and almost the last of the British New Towns and has stood the test of time far better than most.
Visitors will note that unlike the majority of other towns and cities in the U.K. which contain road signs which direct visitors and residents to their respective ‘Town’ or ‘City Centre’ – in Milton Keynes, signs refer instead to “Central Milton Keynes” or “Shopping.”