Cleaner in Ashton under Lyne
Cleaner in Ashton under Lyne
We provide domestic and commercial cleaning services in Ashton under Lyne. All our professional cleaners in Ashton under Lyne are fully trained and insured.
Regular cleaning in Ashton under Lyne
If you need a regular cleaner in Ashton under Lyne to look after your home then we can provide you with the very best professional cleaners. Our cleaners are friendly and hard-working and will clean your home on a day and at a time which is convenient for you.
Move in/move out / End of Tenancy cleaning in Ashton under Lyne
If you’re moving out of rented property in Ashton under Lyne then why not choose our end of tenancy cleaning service. We can provide all our own equipment so there’s no need to worry about buying expensive cleaning products and materials. A professional end of tenancy clean can help ensure you get your deposit back from your landlord or agent. We can provide written confirmation that the property has been professionally cleaned.
Moving into a new home in Ashton under Lyne? Why not let us help reduce the stress of moving and get your new Ashton under Lyne home thoroughly cleaned and freshened for you to move into. Whether you have just bought or you are renting, it feels great to know you’re moving into a clean home.
Deep cleaning in Ashton under Lyne / Spring clean in Ashton under Lyne
Our deep cleaning in Ashton under Lyne service can take care of all the cleaning jobs that only need doing from time to time as well as everything you would expect from a high quality standard cleaning service. Just leave it in the hands of our professional domestic cleaners in Ashton under Lyne and all the tough and detailed work of a deep clean will all be done for you. Whether you have important visitors coming to stay, you’re getting a home ready to sell or rent out, or you just want the peace of mind that comes with knowing your home has had a real spring clean, we can give you the results you want.
We understand you may have special requirements and are happy to provide a service tailored to meet your personal needs.
We have many customers in Ashton under Lyne area that treat themselves to a deep clean every so often – and it is a real treat! A deep clean is also a popular gift that is received with delight.
Commercial Cleaning and Office Cleaning in Ashton under Lyne
FirstMaid offers light commercial cleaning and office cleaning in Ashton under Lyne and other Greater Manchester postcodes. We can design the best cleaning package to give your premises the professional cleaning service it requires. Unsure if we clean in your area? Get in touch and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Our office cleaners can work at a time convenient to you. We work in the mornings or the evening to your premises clean and tidy ready for your working day.
All our prices can be seen on our website – we do not hide our rates as some cleaning companies covering Ashton under Lyne still do. Our cleaning prices for Ashton under Lyne are fully inclusive with no hidden extras and we believe we offer the best quality service at a sensible and affordable price.
Check out our web pages to see the full range of value for money cleaning services we provide.
Ashton under Lyne is in the Metropolitan Borough of Tameside, in Greater Manchester, formerly in Lancashire, in the North West of England, UK.
It is situated about six miles or ten kilometres east of the centre of the City of Manchester.
It is at the junction of the A635 and A627 trunk roads and a mile east of Junction 23 of the M60 Manchester Orbital Motorway, which runs through the western fringe of Ashton. The town is clearly signposted along the eastern section of the M60.
Ashton under Lyne railway station is on the line between Huddersfield and Manchester Victoria. Manchester International Airport is about 15 miles away.
Ashton is served by local bus services from Manchester, Stockport, Oldham, Rochdale, Failsworth, Saddleworth, Glossop and from all parts of Tameside. It is also served by express services from London, Blackpool, etc.
There was a settlement of some kind at Ashton long before the Norman Conquest of 1066. A small hillock on the north bank of the River Tame, overlooking a good crossing-point on the river, became a fortified position guarding the boundary between the ancient kingdoms of Northumbria and Mercia.
The parish church of St Michael and All Angels, Ashton under Lyne.
A village developed just to the north of this, around the area where St Michael’s Square is today. The fortification eventually became the Old Hall. A church was built and a market developed which served the surrounding areas.
Over the centuries Ashton developed into a small market town. Wool spinning was a traditional cottage industry in the surrounding hilly areas, which were particularly suitable for rearing sheep. A small amount of coal mining took place nearby.
A major turning-point in the history of the town was the coming of the canals (and later the railways). Ashton became the junction of three canals, the Manchester and Ashton canal, the Huddersfield Narrow Canal and the Peak Forest Canal.
The coal mines of the area began to supply the new factories in Manchester. The canal enabled the coal mines to increase their output. Tram roads ran from mines at Hurst, Smallshaw, Dukinfield, etc. to take coal to the canal to be loaded onto narrowboats.
The canal meant that the coal and other raw products and finished goods could be transported easily and cheaply. The damp climate in the area to the west of the Pennines made the area suitable for the spinning of cotton and the whole area to the north and east of Manchester became the world centre for the manufacture of cotton goods.
Rycroft Mill, in Ashton’s West End, built in 1837. The town expanded rapidly during the Victorian period with many rows of red brick terraced houses being built to house the influx of workers for the cotton mills.
A century ago there were dozens of mills in the area. Most have been demolished so that the sites could be re-developed. Very few of those remaining are still used to manufacture cotton products, due to the cheapness of goods made in the far east.
The coal mines continued to develop and as the mines to the north and east of the town became exhausted, new pits were developed to the west. In 1882 Ashton Moss Colliery became the deepest pit in the world. The colliery is now closed and its site is part of the Snipe Retail Park on the boundary with Audenshaw.
Ashton developed a thriving engineering industry. More recently textile manufacture and engineering have given way to a wide range of modern industries, including computer technology.
The town’s location next to the new M60 motorway will help to ensure a promising future.