Here is what our great carpet cleaning services include:
- Dry carpet cleaning
- Hot water extraction
- Spot and stain removal
- Mattress cleaning
- Rug cleaning
Thracian Cleaners insist on high quality and efficiency, as well as affordability!
- 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
We consider ourselves as professionals in the carpet cleaning business, so that is the reason why we strive to the top. After many years spent in the cleaning business we found out that considering into account our customers’ needs and wants is the key to our success and the reason why we are still on the top of the cleaning companies.
We also work only with the best professional cleaners, who are fully trained, hard-working and motivated to meet all your requirements. We provide the full range of carpet cleaning methods – steam cleaning, dry cleaning, extraction cleaning and deep cleaning.
Our staff is equipped only with the most modern cleaning tools and we use excellent floor coverings cleaning products in order to ensure deep cleaning of all your rugs and carpets. All of our carpet cleaning and rug cleaning packages come in competitive prices, and by thus we not only guarantee excellent thorouh cleaning of your carpets, but also we save you a lot of money. If you have any special requirements, feel free to share them with the operators. We will be happy to help you, so do not hesitate to call and book us.
Feel free to contact us not only if you are a resident of Strand & Covent Garden, but also of the neighbouring areas:
- Bloomsbury WC1,
- Fleet Street EC4,
- Waterloo, Bermondsey SE1,
- Pimlico, Belgravia SW1,
- West End, Soho, W1.
Local Strand & Covent Garden Info
Strand & Covent Garden WC2 is a Central West London area. Strand Street is known for some large mansions, including several palaces and townhouses that were once inhabited by bishops and royal courtiers, such as Essex House, Arundel House, Somerset House, Savoy Palace, Salisbury House and many others.
There was also very dynamic literary life and that was the reason why the Strand became a fashionable address, where many avant-garde writers and thinkers had their meetings. Some of them were Charles Dickens, William Makepeace Thackeray, and John Stuart Mill. Covent Garden is often associated with the former fruit and vegetable market in the central square and most of all with the Royal Opera House (also known as “Covent Garden”).