Our carpet cleaning services include:
- Dry carpet cleaning
- Hot water extraction
- Spot and stain removal
- Mattress cleaning
- Rug cleaning
Book us and you receive high efficiency at low price!
- 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
Through the years passing, we have foung out that the most important for us is our customers’ satisfaction. That is the kind of thinking we use to build up our business and the reason why we are in the lines of the best of the best in the branch of the carpet cleaning business.
We work only with fully trained and really hard-working employees that are ready to do the job and not complain about it. We provide the full range of carpet cleaning methods – steam cleaning, dry cleaning, extraction cleaning and deep cleaning.
Using only the newest, eco-friendly cleaning products and the most modern tools and technologies ensure the deep cleaning of all your rugs and carpets, saving you precious time and money. 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.
Dial 020 7060 3805 to book our services or to inquire more information.
We also provide our carpet cleaning services in the areas bordering Bloomsbury WC1:
- Farringdon EC1
- Strand & Covent Garden WC2
- West End, Soho W1
- Camden Town NW1
- Islington N1
Local Bloomsbury Info
Bloomsbury is an area of central London, situated within the London Borough of Camden. Its location is between Euston Road and Holborn. In the 17th and 18th century it was turned into a fashionable residential area by the Russell family.
The central bodies and departments of the University of London are situated here, as well as other educational and many healthcare and cultural institutions. The area homes the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, British Medical Association, University College Hospital, Great Ormond Street Hospital and the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine. Here are also found the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and the British Museum.
In the past Bloomsbury used to be a rural area, but today it is a quarter predominantly associated with arts, education and medicine. Here, in Gower Street was the house of John Millais’s parents, where in 1848 the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood was founded. The Bloomsbury Set (or The Bloomsbury Group), whose most famous representative was Virginia Woolf, took its name from the area. They used to gather in private homes in Bloomsbury.
The main library of the University of London and the Senate House are also situated here.
St. George’s Church, Church of Christ the King and St Pancras New Church are the three notable churches in Bloomsbury, situated respectively in Bloomsbury Way, in Gordon Square and near Euston station. All three of them have huge historical and cultural significance.
Charles Darwin, Charles Dickens, Bob Marley and Virginia Woolf are only some of the great minds who used to be Bloomsbury residents.