Thracian Cleaners provide the following carpet cleaning services:
- Dry carpet cleaning
- Hot water extraction
- Spot and stain removal
- Mattress cleaning
- Rug cleaning
We guarantee high quality at low 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
If you are among the people who have even once considered the throwing out of their carpet just because it is too old or dirty to be cleaned up, then the Thracian Cleaners’ carpet cleaning services are made just for you. Cleaning some soft furnishings has been our speciality for years and that is the reason we consider ourselves as a cleaning company, which is trustworthy and has enough experience in the business. We offer you the full range of carpet cleaning methods – steam cleaning, dry cleaning, extraction cleaning and deep cleaning.
Our employees are real cleaning experts. They are all fully trained, hard-working and motivated to do their job in the best way possible, using only detergent of the highest quality combined with the most modern tools on the market. All of this comes to prove to you, that we care about your requirements, but also about your health and our planet’s environment. 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.
Call 020 7060 3805 to book our services, or inquire more information.
If you are not a resident of Ealing W5, bear in mind that our carpet cleaning services are available in the neighboring areas:
Local Ealing Info
Ealing is an area, situated in West London and belongs to the 11th largest London borough. According to archeologists, parts of the area are more than 7000 years old. Along the parish there were dispersed settlements, which later in time were called St Mary’s Road, situated in the commune center, close to the church. Back then Pitshanger and Gunnersbury were some of the manours, into which the area was separated.
As London started growing and expanding, Ealing did the same. The area started rapidly developing. A lot of work-places opened, due to the market gardens, which needed constantly new workers. It was then, when the villages turned into towns and modern residential districts. Ealing was honoured by the name “Queen of the Suburbs”.
With the rapid growth, came the need for more materials and food, so more goods became available on market. A lot of inns opened and a highway was built, because the heavy goods had to be transported and the bad roads were obstructing that process. The old Oxford Road became very busy and important.
In the 19th century many schools and public buildings, as well as railway stations were built. And today, Ealing is a cosmopolitan district, a home of one of the largest Polish communities in London and a host of several great festivals every year. Here is located the largest Sikh temple outside India.