Dedicated window cleaning professionals covering Great Kingshill and nearby areas.
Although TJ Window Cleaners are based in Amersham, we cover all of the surrounding areas including Great Kingshill. Throughout the region, we have a loyal customer base, who have written us some excellent reviews for our commercial and domestic window cleaning services. We pride ourselves on our superb customer service, it is at the heart of everything we do, and we guarantee satisfaction. All of the cleaners at TJ Window Cleaners are fully insured, professional and uniformed.
We use pure water in our cleaning technique, this ensures a smear free, squeaky clean finish on your windows with no need for chemicals. We can also clean fascia’s, soffits and gutters. If your conservatory roof needs to sparkle, we can give that a clean as well.
Over time environmental pollutants can cause a build-up of dirt that can make your windows appear dull. Regular cleaning can prevent this film of dust from building up, and it keeps your windows looking cleaner and allows the natural light to pour into your home or office space. Clean windows are an excellent way to give your property great curb appeal, and a smart appearance that will create a great first impression for your visitors. We are happy to talk you through what we can do for you so why wait, give us a call to discuss our services.
Residential and commercial window cleaning in Great Kingshill
Located five miles west of Amersham, Great Kingshill is a small Buckinghamshire village nestled in the area of the Chiltern Hills. As the name would suggest the village is named after a hill that was owned by a king and legend would indicate that the king, in this case, was King John. There is plenty of evidence to suggest that this charming little village has been on this site in one form or another from around the 11th century, but that at some point it was almost entirely wiped out due to sickness.
The village is small with just a few local amenities; a school, local shop, a playground and cricket club and a village pub. It is host to a variety of small festivals that take place throughout the summer. The village has a population of around 1200 people and a variety of housing from smaller period properties to newer builds that have been built sympathetically to fit in with the rural style of the area.