Both cleaners you have sent me have been terrific, when the first cleaner left, she was replaced immediately, I will definitely be recommending your company to my colleagues.

-Mr S – Cambridge

Venessa arrived promptly is honest, reliable and likes to clean. A great find, thank you Cleanhome.

-Mr W – Cambridge

I have been using Cleanhome East Cambridge for over a year and I am delighted with the level of service and the quality of work. My cleaner is punctual, reliable and hardworking.

-Mr W – Willingham

Your company has been recommended to me by two friends who also live in Over.

-Mrs C – Over

It’s a joy to come home on Friday evening after my cleaner has been round to clean! I’ve recommended Cleanhome to neighbours and colleagues as I feel that they provide excellent level of service at a reasonable price.

-Mrs W – Willingham
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Keeping your garage tidy

Organising the garage is something many of us dread. Clutter builds up in the garage over the years leaving one headache to deal with when tidying. We’ve decided to help you along in this process with these great tips to organise your garage. 


First things first, the purge. Going through everything in the garage and throwing away unused and unwanted items will save you a lot of space. Anything not used in the last year is usually a good market of what to throw away or keep.


Tip 1 – Wall Storage

Making the most of your walls is easily one of the best ways to create space in your garage. This can be done in a few ways such as tool organisation. Our personal favourite is the add a magnetic board or wall panel. This will allow you to store your tools very simply in whatever fashion or organisation system you want. 

Another good wall storage solution is to add shelves. Although this sounds simple and is probably already something you have in your garage, using full length shelves creates much more space.


Tip 2 – Boxes

Another good way to start the organisation process is to get boxes. Large garden bins are very common and fairly cheap to buy. They can create a great storage system for all those small items that clutter up the garage. These boxes should be organised and most importantly labelled. A good way to make labels for boxes that have a changing content is to buy stick on whiteboard. 


Tip 3 – The ceiling

A space many people forget about is the ceiling. There are a few ways to make use of this space. Having proper fitted storage is one solution which can be quite costly however creates a lot of space. The second slightly cheaper alternative is to make use of the boxes from tip 2. By screwing in some 2x2s to the ceiling followed by 1x4s attached to these leaves you with sliding rails great to store the boxes. 


These tips should help you in the long process of sorting your garage. Stay tuned to our blog section and social media pages for more tips and tricks from us at the Cleanhome Franchise.

Bespoke Service

We are not happy until you are! Your cleaner will usually tailor their services to fit exactly with your requirements, including spring cleaning and ironing.

Peace of Mind

Only 1 in 50 applicants makes it on to our carefully screened database. We interview them twice, visit them in their own homes and take up at least two references. And if they still subsequently don't measure up to your standards, we will send you someone who does.

Personal Cleaner

We don't operate in teams, and therefore you get the same cleaner every week. This is good because you develop a relationship with your cleaner. We have some clients who have had the same cleaner for years and years - and that's what we want for you.

COVID-19 Announcement


Firstly, we sincerely hope you and your family remain safe and healthy in these extremely worrying times.

I write in respect of the business fee as we are asking all clients who miss any cleans to keep a record of them. We can then ensure you are refunded any business fees paid over this time for the cleans that have been missed.

As the cleaners work directly for you it is up to you whether you wish to retain their services at this time and we support wholly any decision you make. We also ask that you follow up to date government advice to keep both yourself and your family safe, as well as the cleaner.

The government advice is that people are being allowed to travel to and from work, but only where that work can not be done from home. This means that your cleaner can continue to clean for you should you wish, but that government guidelines on social distancing must obviously be observed.

Most of our clients are continuing with their cleaner, however others are asking that we put the cleaning on hold for the moment, which we are also very happy to do - we will support your wishes to the very best of our ability and will ensure that any of the missed cleans get either refunded or ‘banked’ – whichever you prefer, and we guarantee you will not lose out financially.

Both the cleaners and myself are self-employed. We are a small, local business and we will continue to do our best for both our clients and cleaners in these challenging times. Our office will be open as usual and we appreciate the continued support of all our valued clients.

In return we would like to offer our assistance, if any is needed, to all our clients at this very difficult time, and in particular to our older clients who may be self-isolating. If there is any help that we can provide in any way then please, just give us a call and we will do everything we can to help.

If anything good comes out of this terrible situation, then it’s that we all need to look out for each other, and we are very happy to play our part.

Stay safe and well 😊