Our friendly staff will be ready and waiting to take your call, and help you to book the leading carpet cleaning in Royal Exchange! You can even book our carpet cleaning services online – just by filling out the form here, on our request a service page.
Whether you’re a tenant or landlord letting or vacating a property, we have a move in/move out cleaning package to suit your needs. Carpet Cleaning London has multiple upholstery and carpet cleaning teams based all over Royal Exchange working seven days a week. We provide exactly the type of customized service you need to ensure a hassle-free moving experience and a sparkling clean carpets every time.
If you have any questions or would like us to get started cleaning your carpet today, give us a call on 020 3603 7324 or Request a service now, and get the best carpet cleaning services in Royal Exchange.
We can arrange for one of our professional carpet cleaners to clean your flat or office on a daily, weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis, and we will only ever send a cleaner that you are familiar with. We use are eco-friendly products where possible and all of our work is fully guaranteed.
It doesn’t matter if you want a weekly carpet cleaning service or an annual carpet cleaning or anything in between, we can cater for your needs. Carpet Cleaning London helps hundreds of Royal Exchange businesses and residents every year, so you can be confident we have the experience, staff and equipment to get the job done for your complete satisfaction.
For more information on carpet cleaning services in Royal Exchange or to schedule an appointment with one of our lovely carpet cleaners please call our office on 020 3603 7324.
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About this area:
“The Royal Exchange in the City of London was founded in 1565 by Sir Thomas Gresham to act as a centre of commerce for the city. The site was provided by the City of London Corporation and the Worshipful Company of Mercers, and is trapezoidal, flanked by the streets of Cornhill and Threadneedle Street which converge at Bank junction. The design was inspired by a bourse Gresham had seen in Antwerp.
The Royal Exchange was officially opened by Queen Elizabeth I who awarded the building its Royal title, on 23 January 1571. During the 17th century, stockbrokers were not allowed in the Royal Exchange due to their rude manners, hence they had to operate from other establishments in the vicinity, like Jonathan’s Coffee-House. Gresham’s original building was destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1666. A second exchange was built on the site, designed by Edward Jarman, which opened in 1669, and was also destroyed by fire on 10 January 1838.”