Cleaning and emptying of houses, apartments or premises in London

We take care of cleaning and emptying your home, office, or premises, removing garbage or old furniture.

We are experts in cleaning and emptying services, removing garbage and other content, and removing furniture. Let the professionals who are experts in house cleaning and emptying take care of cleaning and removing from your home or premises all kinds of waste, garbage, old furniture, or any content that you want to remove. We have our own vehicles for the removal of all kinds of content.

Removal of old junk and other belongings

We empty your home removing all kinds of old junk and other belongings. We take care of removing useless objects and deep cleaning the home.

Furniture removal

We take care of taking all kinds of old furniture that no longer works.

Adequacy of rooms, disinfection

We carry out a deep cleaning of all areas of the house for its recovery after an eviction, houses with a large accumulation of dirt, or any case in which a professional cleaning team is needed with special equipment and detergents for complete disinfection.

Deep cleaning

If you are going to recover the house for rent or even to live in it, ask us for a price to carry out a deep cleaning after emptying it.

Cleaning and emptying of offices and premises

We not only empty homes, we are also experts in emptying all types of premises, offices, storage rooms, garages, etc.

Call us now and ask for a budget without obligation.

What to Expect During End of Tenancy Cleaning or Emptying

We carry out the emptying with our own vehicle, supplies, and cleaning equipment. We have a quick emptying and cleaning service for special needs, leaving the house, office, or premises empty and clean on the same day.

What to expect after end of tenancy cleaning

At the end of the emptying or cleaning of a home or premises, a supervisor will carry out a small quality test to check your level of satisfaction with the work carried out.

Know that if we do not meet your expectations for any reason, we will come back and fulfill the guarantee of our work. Simply notify us within 24 hours of any issues, including any oversights or misunderstandings regarding your cleaning plan specification.

Fast service

Except in exceptional cases where the house is very large or the number of junk, furniture to be removed is extremely large, we carry out the work in a single day.

The keys to a good cleaning and emptying

  • Experience and professionalism
  • Organization and specific products
  • Garbage removal
  • Furniture removal
  • Removal of old junk
  • Garbage removal (Diogenes)
  • Sanitary deep cleaning

You’ll experience great attention to detail, an open line of constant communication, and a commitment to your satisfaction.

Not satisfied with the cleanliness of your neighborhood community?

You can find reputable end of tenancy cleaning companies in London by asking your community. Surely, one of your neighbours have used this kind of service and they will be able to recommend you someone. You may need to look for comparing sites such as Service Quotes to find end of tenancy cleaning quotes. It may take just few minutes to fill in simple form and you will be able to start receiving quotes shortly.

 

A Quick Introduction To Behavioural Economics

The study of human behaviour, which has traditionally come under the umbrella of psychology, would seem to have little relationship with economics.

But, as we learn more about how the brain works through the dual disciplines of neuroscience and psychology, there is an increasing marriage with the field of economics, in order to better understand how people make financial decisions.

This has evolved considerably in recent years and is an emergent field that deserves a little introduction and explanation.

The traditional view of economics and financial decision-making

It is sometimes forgotten in economics that the field is meant to be about the behaviour of people when making financial decisions.

The traditional economist’s view is that the world is populated by unemotional, logical, decision makers, who always think rationally in drawing their conclusions. This view is underpinned by the understanding that human behaviour displays three key traits: unbounded rationality, unbounded willpower, and unbounded selfishness.

This has always flown in the face of the findings of cognitive and social psychologists, who questioned these assumptions as far back as the 1950s.

With the rise of behavioural neuroscience since the 1980s (especially Kahneman’s work) providing more insight into the workings of the brain, we are now more sure than ever about the role that emotion and bias plays in all decision-making: from simple day-to-day decisions like which dress to wear, through to larger decisions that may affect many people.

Overconfidence and optimism are two examples of behavioural traits that may lead to sub-optimal financial decision-making, and divert from the traditional model used. People have also been shown to make poor decisions, even when they know it’s not for the best, due to a lack of self-control.

So this is where behavioural economics has been able to step in and modify many of the beliefs of the traditional economic views.

What is behavioural economics – and how can it help?

Behavioral economics and behavioral finance study the effects of psychological, social, cognitive, and emotional factors on economic decisions.

This may apply to individuals or institutions, and involves looking at the consequences for market prices, dividends, and resource allocation.

Of the three traits of human behaviour included in the traditional model outlined above, unbounded rationality has received special focus, with new understandings in the field resulting from neuroscience.

Understanding better how people arrive at financial decisions can help in many areas: from personal finance to organisations shaping products and trying to get more customer sign-ups; and from the vagaries of stock market trading through to governments and how they formulate financial legislation.