Thracian Cleaners offer great professional carpet cleaning services in West End:
- Dry carpet cleaning
- Hot water extraction
- Spot and stain removal
- Mattress cleaning
- Rug cleaning
We provide our reliable and efficient services at the lowest possible prices, too!
- 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
Carpet cleaning has been our specialty for years, as a result of which we accumulated experience that is valuable enough to know what we have to do to is making our customers happy by fulfilling their cleaning wishes. You will be happy to meet our friendly and fully trained employees, who also disciplined, hard-working and motivated to do their job with perfection. We provide the full range of carpet cleaning methods – steam cleaning, dry cleaning, extraction cleaning and deep cleaning.
We invest in buying only the best detergents the most modern tools and technologies to ensure deep cleaning of all your carpets, because we put a lot of effort in doing our job in an environmental-friendly, non-toxic way. Call us and book our services seven days a week, on weekends and during bank holidays, including.
Residents of areas, neighbouring West End, Soho can also book our services, which are available there, as well:
- Paddington W2,
- Camden Town NW1,
- Bloomsbury WC1,
- Strand & Covent Garden WC2,
- Pimlico, Belgravia SW1.
Local West End Info
West End, Soho W1 is a West London area. West End is the area, which contains the major London tourist attractions, many shops, business and government buildings, and entertainment venues. It is known also as the area, where renting office space is the most expensive in the world.
In West End you can find numerous art galleries and museums, the most of the government buildings and embassies, a lot of educational buildings, some hotels, legal institutions and media establishments and a number of places where you can spend your spare time – cafes, bars, nightclubs, restaurants, and also theatres and cinemas. You an visit the Trafalgar Square, the Piccadilly Circus, the Hyde Park Corner, the Cambridge Circus and many other places of interest.
Soho, on the other hand, is mostly known as a fashionable area of upmarket restaurants and media offices. Being actually a small and compact area turns out not to be an obstacle for Soho to be one of the most famous multi-cultural areas in London. It is a mixture of industry, commerce, culture and entertainment, and last, but not least, a residential area for both rich and poor.