Carpet cleaning services at affordable price? Yes, this is possible! Take a look at what we offer:
- Dry carpet cleaning
- Hot water extraction
- Spot and stain removal
- Mattress cleaning
- Rug cleaning
We work fast and efficient and we offer the most attractive 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.
For more in formation, call 020 7060 3805 and book our service.
How We Can Help
Are you fed up of the attempts of cleaning up the floor coverings in your home and office? Do you think that the price you pay is too high for that kind of service? If yes, then it is high time to stop looking for a solution and choose Thracian cleaners as your carpet cleaning company. We provide the full range of carpet cleaning methods – steam cleaning, dry cleaning, extraction cleaning and deep cleaning.
We serve all of the London areas, as we have enough trained and hard-working employees, who are real professionals in that kind of services. They are also motivated to meet the highest standards and equipped with the newest cleaning tools and detergents to ensure a thorough and deep cleaning of your floor coverings. If you have any special requirements, feel absolutely free to share them with us. We will do everything to fulfill them in the best way possible.
We also provide our carpet cleaning and rug cleaning services in the areas bordering Hornsey:
Local Hornsey Info
The North-London district called Hornsey, belongs to the London Borough of Haringey. The name of the area comes from a Saxon chieftain, called Haering. The oldest variant of the name recorded is ‘Haringey’.
It is nowadays, mainly a residential area, which is famous for being busy and lively, but actually, nowadays the boundaries of the area are not clearly defined. The area is served by the Turnpike Lane tube station and also by three railway stations – Crouch Hill railway station, Hornsey railway station, and Harringay railway station.
Hornsey is famous for the GreigCityAcademy, the HornseySecondary School for girls and the HighgateWoodSchoolArtsCollege. Some of the area’s former and current notable residents are Lilian Harvey, Colin Chapman, Paul Eddington, Edward Albert Sharpey-Schafer.
Some of the places, worth seeing are HornseyTown Hall, Cromwell House and the AlexandraPalace, which is well known as the birthplace of television. Another historical site is the tower of the original parish church, which is still present, standing in its ancient graveyard in Hornsey High Street. Most of Hornsey was actually developed in Edwardian times.
Some of the notable former residents of Hornsey are Thomas Moore, Andrew Melrose, A.E. Housman and many others. The grave of the poet Samuel Rogers, who was once very popular and was friends with Byron and Dickens, is situated in Hornsey churchyard.