Our company has been providing professional office cleaning and maintenance services to the business community in London and the Covent Garden area since 1919. Our highly-trained and well-supervised staff uses only state-of-the-art equipment and environmentally friendly cleaning products. Our supervisors make frequent on-site visits and are easily reached if you have additional needs.

Serviced Areas

  • Central London

Contact Details

  City St James
  Postcode WC2H 0DB
  Address 28 Charing Cross Rd
  Phone Number 020 7836 2601

From Our Website

The primary objective of the business is to provide a high quality and valuable service for all of our clients. Whether it's in cost effective ‘reach and wash' water fed poles, specialist abseiling and cradle work, or the use of a cherry-picker, Millard's aims to offer competitive prices, whilst concentrating on health and safety, when cleaning 'commercial' properties. We are ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 certified for our quality management and environmental systems. Millards Cleaning Services delivers full COSHH documentation in accordance with Health and Safety legislation and risk assessments are carried out for each site.

Our smart uniformed carpet cleaning operatives are trained to a very high standard to ensure that the highest quality standards in the London carpet cleaning service are maintained. Our industrial equipment steam cleaning process will effectively extract soil from the deepest part of your carpet fibers, where dirt filters and allergens settle. Our carpet cleaning operatives are professionals that give you the best service, to keep your carpets and upholstery looking clean all year around. We guarantee all of our work to ensure complete customer satisfaction.

Millards has a lot to celebrate and be proud of, as it has just reached its Centenary! Few companies can claim to have achieved this status, and Millards have incredibly provided 100 years of continuous quality cleaning services since its beginning in 1919 till the present day in 2019! He cried tears of joy and was very moved by the students' kindness to him. After the intense freezing cold and snow ‘Beast of the East' that hit London two weeks ago, we recovered enough to think that was the last we saw of the wintry weather but we were wrong!