Our rates are the most competitive around. Our prices page will give you an idea how much you can save, when you choose us for your carpet cleaning services in Chelsea Bridge.
Our carpet cleaning services incorporate top of the range cleaning equipment and materials and use eco-friendly chemicals provided by our expert cleaning staff. In fact we use environmentally friendly carpet cleaning technology and post-consumer recycled materials wherever possible, thus meaning the impact of your carpet cleaning service has on the environment is one less issue to worry about.
Each of our carpet cleaning specialists offers flexible hours, so your carpets can be cleaned at a time to suit you.
For any further information on our carpet cleaning services in Chelsea Bridge or to make a booking please contact one of our friendly office staff on 020 3603 7324. We offer obligation free quotes and great rates.
Our experienced team of carpet cleaners will be able to deliver fantastic results to your home or office. We combine years of industry experience with access to the finest, eco-friendly carpet cleaning products on the market! No wonder ours are the most popular carpet cleaning services in Chelsea Bridge…
Our carpet cleaning services have been developed through years of work with tenants, landlords, major estate agents and property management firms, and a wide variety of corporate clients. Extensive carpet cleaner training, industry leading equipment and materials, and flexible scheduling allow us to tackle any job, big or small, no matter how dirty.
Our team of professional cleaners in Chelsea Bridge use eco-friendly chemicals where possible and the very latest in cleaning technology. This ensures that when you choose Carpet Cleaning London, you get the best possible cleaning service for the best possible price. We also offer specialist on-site cleaning for those difficult-to-clean items such as curtains, carpets and upholstery.
About this area:
Chelsea Bridge is a bridge over the River Thames in west London, connecting Chelsea on the north bank to Battersea on the south bank. There have been two Chelsea Bridges, on the site of what was an ancient ford.
The first Chelsea Bridge was proposed in the 1840s as part of a major development of marshlands on the south bank of the Thames into the new Battersea Park. It was a suspension bridge intended to provide convenient access from the densely populated north bank to the new park. Although built and operated by the government, tolls were charged initially in an effort to recoup the cost of the bridge. Work on the nearby Chelsea Embankment delayed construction and so the bridge, initially called Victoria Bridge, did not open until 1857. Although well received architecturally, as a toll-bridge it was unpopular with the public, and Parliament felt obliged to make it toll-free on Sundays. The bridge was less of a commercial success than had been anticipated, partly because of competition from the newly built Albert Bridge nearby. It was acquired by the Metropolitan Board of Works in 1877, and the tolls were abolished in 1879.