Here is what you receive from our carpet cleaning technicians:

  •     Dry carpet cleaning
  •     Hot water extraction
  •     Spot and stain removal
  •     Mattress cleaning
  •     Rug cleaning

Book us and you get high quality at low prices!

Prices

  •     Single bedroom   £20.00
  •     Double bedroom   £25.00
  •     Hallway    £15.00
  •     Staircase (up to 12 steps) £18.00
  •     Landing    £6.00
  •     Bathroom    £5.00
  •     Rug (small)    £15.00
  •     Rug (large)   £25.00

Congestion charge and parking fees may apply.

How We Can Help

Thracian Cleaners know that our clients deserve only the best, and that is the reason why we prepared our fully-trained employees in a way to meet even the highest standards in the carpet cleaning business. We are well-aware of the fact that it is too time-consuming and unpleasant for the most people to deal with the stains on their floor coverings and that they also can’t really clean them as deeply and thoroughly, as a professional would do.That is the reason why we provide the full range of carpet cleaning methods – steam cleaning, dry cleaning, extraction cleaning and deep cleaning.
It is important for you to know that we use only cleaning detergents, solutions and sprays that are eco-friendly and biodegradable, because we really care not only about your complete satisfaction from our services, but also about your health. We also invest in buying the most modern tools and technologies that will ensure deep cleaning of all your rugs and carpets. You can call us on our 24-hour phone line and book us. If you have any special requirements, feel free to share them with the operators. We expect your call on 020 7060 3805.

What Areas

We also provide our carpet cleaning services in the areas bordering Bishopsgate EC2:

Local Bishopsgate Info

Extending in northern direction to Norton Folgate from Gracechurch Street, Bishopsgate is a road and an area, situated in the northeast part of London. The area goes by the name of one of the original seven gates in London Wall. At the junction of Wormwood Street with Bishopsgate, there is a building, on which stone bishop’s mitre is fixed high up.

Today, this London area is a residential district, where 46,000 people work. In the area there are many office buildings, including the offices of several major banks including the Royal Bank of Scotland and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the Liverpool Street station, and the Bishopsgate Institute. That makes Bishopsgate one of the London areas, which have the biggest concentration of office-buildings in the City of London.
Situated on the west side of the road – north of the original Gate, St. Botolph’s is the parish church for the area of Bishopsgate Within. One of the original parishs, part of Bishopsgate Within, St Helen’s Bishopsgate is historic medieval church, where a lot of ancient funerary monuments are found. There is as well a stained glass window, which depicts William Shakespeare.

In the past a lot of passengers setting out on the Old North Road, used to stop by in the many coaching inns in Bishopsgate. Although the Great Fire of London couldn’t destroy them, they were later demolished. There is however, a successor of one of these called the White Hart pub.

In 1890 was opened the Liverpool Street railway station, but for the purpose had to be demolished Sir Paul Pindar’s House. Fortunately, its façade is perfectly preserved and can still be seen today in the Victoria and Albert Museum.