Are you tied down by house cleaning
and ironing? Are you struggling to find
enough spare time?
Is your work/life balance too one-sided?
We Can Help
For twenty years we have been helping clients to reclaim their energy and free time by providing carefully selected cleaners to carry out their weekly household tasks.
We offer a range of services, including weekly cleaning, deep cleans, ironing, changing beds, laundry and food shopping.
Selection ProcessAll workers are carefully selected, they are mature, reliable and highly capable. They are also insured for damage to items over £100 in value.
experiencedEstablished 2003. We know how to provide you with the person you are looking for. Our thorough vetting and matching processes help us to achieve this.
Clear PricingWe charge £14.50 per hour with no extra charges. Regular cleaning services operate on a simple one month rolling contract. A no nonsense easy start easy stop arrangement.
money back guaranteeShould you not be happy with the service at the end of your first week we will refund your money in full.
We are Dementia Friends
It’s having someone for my mother to talk to and take her out whilst I am at work. It means she isn’t lonely.
Areas We Cover
Help for Everyone
Wouldn’t it be nice when you came home from work if there were more hours left in the day? By the time you have dealt with all household demands its late in the evening and you may feel completely shattered.
What People Say
For many years I cared for my mother in my own home. Over the last couple of years I was helped enormously by the companionship services that Nick provided through Alston-Knight. I knew I could trust anyone Nick had vetted because we had used their cleaning services for years and all the staff we encountered were unfailingly kind, honest, friendly and hard-working. When Mum started needing more companionship than I could fit in around my job I asked for his help and he was able to recommend two wonderful people who were my life-savers. Between them we worked out a rota of roles and times that meant I could get on with my life secure in the knowledge that my mum was being cared for just as well as I could have done it myself.
The little things in life can be the most
important. Someone popping in to say
hello and ask how you are doing.
Sharing quality time together
is what life is all about.