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Carpet cleaning Hendon

The carpet cleaning package includes all the chemicals, materials and equipment required to do the job, and all of the work we do is fully guaranteed. We offer carpet, upholstery, and curtain cleaning on top of cleaning other specialist items in the same visit. All of our qualified cleaners operate flexible hours to suit your lifestyle.

Our thorough training practices and flexible scheduling allow us to tackle all carpet cleaning jobs, no matter what the size or amount of cleaning needed. We even carry all task specific carpet cleaning chemicals, materials and equipment. Where possible our chemicals are made from environmentally-friendly products such as citrus and pine oils that help to leave your home or office carpets and upholstery in a sparkling conditions.

We have fully-trained and insured carpet cleaning teams working seven days a week across Hendon. And to offer you maximum flexibility, they are available at a time to suit your schedule. All of the products we use are eco-friendly and child-friendly, so peace of mind comes complete with the upholstery cleaning package.

We are also deeply committed to delivering outstanding levels of customer service… we strive to make sure that our clients are fully satisfied, on every single carpet cleaning job we undertake. It’s for this reason that we’re the most popular carpet cleaners in Hendon.

If you are looking for high quality carpet cleaning services in Hendon at a reasonable price, look no further than Carpet Cleaning London. With our expansive teams of fully-trained carpet cleaners working seven days a week in Hendon, we are the premier choice for all of your carpet cleaning needs. Our years of experience, expert knowledge and dedication to customer service means that no matter how big or dirty the job, we can handle it with ease.

We have a dedicated carpet cleaning team waiting to take your call now, so pick up the phone now and dial 020 3603 7324 to speak to one of our friendly staff members or alternatively you can contact us online at [email protected] We’re looking forward to hearing from you!

Carpet Cleaning London’s cleaning services takes into consideration all the specific tasks that you may not have even thought of, from things such as carpet and upholstery cleaning, steam cleaning to tops of door and window frames, our teams are supplied with all the equipment and cleaning materials required to get the task done to the top of carpet cleaning industry standards. Each member of our carpet cleaning team is comprehensively insured, and we guarantee all cleaning services you have requested.

About this area:

Hendon is a London suburb situated 7 miles (11 km) northwest of Charing Cross.
Brent Street was part of a northern route out of London, and at the Quadrant a seven-mile stone – the last piece of physical evidence for the road – is set into a wall. Much of the original small hamlet in Brent Street, which had been there since at least 1613, burned down in a fire in 1861. Brent Street had a parish pump, which was in disrepair in 1818 owing to the numerous thirsty travellers using the road, and from 1796 there was a cage for criminals (removed in 1883), which stood at the junction of Brent Street and Bell Lane and is now commemorated by a blue plaque outside the public lavatory. By the 1850s there were at least 13 shops in Brent Street. Congregationalists built a chapel (1855) and a school in New Brent Street (1856), which later moved and became Bell Lane Board School (1901). Tenby House is the last of three large properties that were built between Finchley Lane and Victoria Road. The Victoria Estate was developed around Victoria and Stratford Roads in the 1870s and 1880s. The cricketer and footballer Denis Compton was brought up here and lived at 20 Alexandra Road, attending Bell Lane Primary School. New Brent Street was the address of the local police office in 1855 (a later station, next to the Post Office at the corner of Brampton Grove and dating from 1884, was demolished in 2002). Christ Church was opened in October 1881 as a chapel of ease for St. Mary’s, becoming a parish church in 1923.