Our experienced staff provide a service unlike any other, using state of the art tools and eco-friendly carpet cleaning products to return your home to a pristine condition. No wonder we’ve been rated as the top carpet cleaners in Fetter Lane, by our countless satisfied customers!
Our lines are open 24/7, and we have a professional carpet cleaning team of helpful staff on hand – just waiting to take your call! You’ll be able to book a cleaning service in Fetter Lane, or find out more about our other services – such as carpet cleaning, upholstery cleaning and more..
To book an appointment with one of our fully-vetted carpet cleaners in Fetter Lane now, call us on 020 3603 7324 or alternatively you can contact us online – our friendly staff are waiting to hear from you!
Carpet Cleaning London provides hundreds of cleaning packages to businesses and individuals all over Fetter Lane each year, so call 020 3603 7324 or Request a service now for great carpet cleaning rates.
Our friendly, helpful staff will be ready and waiting to take your call – and our lines are open 24/7. You can get a quote over the phone, or find out more about the other services we offer. In addition to our carpet cleaning services in Fetter Lane, talk to us now about upholstery, carpet or hard floor cleaning!
Carpet Cleaning London can offer the best upholstery and carpet cleaning service and rates in Fetter Lane by having our extensively trained cleaning staff working locally each day, meaning no large travel costs or risk of getting an out of town cowboy. All of our staff are equipped with top of the range chemicals and equipment and are fully insured for your peace of mind.
All of our Fetter Lane carpet cleaners are comprehensively trained and police checked. We are also fully insured, giving you peace of mind along with a five star service. Our carpet cleaning services can be booked as little or as often as you like: daily, weekly, fortnightly, or monthly.
About this area:
Fetter Lane is a street in the ward of Farringdon Without in the City of London. It forms part of the A4 road and runs between Fleet Street at its southern end and New Fetter Lane, which continues north towards Holborn Circus.
The earliest mention of the street is “”Faitereslane”” in 1312. The name occurs with several spellings until it settles around 1612. There is no complete agreement about the origin of the name, but theories include: “”Feuterer-lane”” (feuterer = a keeper of dogs) and Fewtor/Faitour (a worthless fellow). At the southern end, towards Fleet Street, is situated Clifford’s Inn, established in 1345. Towards the northern end, near Holborn, is Barnard’s Inn. They were both Inns of Chancery. The official address of the old Public Records Office (1856–1997) was on Chancery Lane, but the back of this building dominates the southern stretch of Fetter Lane. It is now the Maughan Library belonging to King’s College London.