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Carpet cleaning Soho Square

It doesn’t matter if you’re a tenant vacating or landlord letting a Soho Square property, we have an upholstery and carpet cleaning packages that will cater to the requirements. Carpet Cleaning London has cleaning teams based all over Soho Square that are ready to take on any carpet cleaning job, there is no job too big or small. We work seven days a week, which helps us give you the most suitable appointment time.

Our helpful staff will be able to offer you a quote, or provide you with more information about our carpet cleaners in Soho Square. You can even book our professional carpet cleaning services online – just visit our booking page for more information.

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 Soho Square, or find out more about our other services – such as carpet cleaning, upholstery cleaning and more..

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 Soho Square.

Our dedicated staff have a strong commitment to delivering only the highest possible standards of customer service. We boast a great track record of satisfied customers, and you can read what some of them have been saying about our carpet cleaners in Soho Square… on our testimonials page.

Some cleaning jobs are best left to the professionals. Whether you’re moving house, finishing a messy renovation or building work, or simply require a thorough going over of your Soho Square property, we have a carpet cleaning package to suit your needs. Carpet Cleaning London has multiple carpet cleaning teams based all over Soho Square working 7 days a week. We provide exactly the type of customized carpet cleaning service you need to bring your property up to the highest possible standard of cleanliness.

Our carpet cleaners are also comprehensively insured to give you peace of mind when having someone new in your home. Carpet cleaning services can include all necessary equipment and chemicals and our carpet cleaners are able to work flexible hours Seven days a week to work around your schedule. Our focus is on providing you with a reliable and regular carpet cleaners who will become familiar with you, your property and your carpet cleaning needs. This helps to ensure your experience is as pleasant, positive, and painless as possible.

About this area:

“Soho Square is a square in Soho, London, England, with a park and garden area at its centre that dates back to 1681. It was originally called King Square after Charles II, whose statue stands in the square. At the centre of the garden, there is a distinctive half-timbered gardener’s hut. During the summer, it hosts open-air free concerts.
Built in the late 1670s, Soho Square was in its early years one of the most fashionable places to live in London. It was originally called King’s Square, for King Charles II. A statue of Charles II was carved by Danish sculptor Caius Gabriel Cibber in 1681 and placed at the center of the Square. By the early 19th century, the statue was described as being ‘in a most wretched mutilated state; and the inscriptions on the base of the pedestal quite illegible’. In 1875, it was removed during alterations in the square by T. Blackwell, of Crosse and Blackwell, the condiment firm, who gave it for safekeeping to his friend, artist Frederick Goodall, with the intention that it might be restored. Goodall placed the statue on an island in his lake at Grim’s Dyke, where it remained when dramatist W. S. Gilbert purchased the property in 1890, and there it stayed after Gilbert’s death in 1911. In her will, Lady Gilbert directed that the statue be returned, and it was restored to Soho Square in 1938.
Between 1778 and 1801 the Square was home to the infamous White House brothel.
Nearby places:
    Tottenham Court Road tube station    Oxford Street, to the North    Charing Cross Road, to the East    Greek Street, to the South