No job is too big or too small, and thanks to our years of experience in Spitalfields and our carpet cleaning expertise, we’re able to offer a level of customer satisfaction that is hard to beat. To speak to one of our friendly staff members, or to book an appointment, call 020 3603 7324 today or alternatively you can contact us online.
It can be difficult to keep your home clean and tidy, especially if you are busy with work and other commitments. That’s exactly why Carpet Cleaning London offers a first-rate carpet cleaning service at highly affordable prices. Each of our fully-trained carpet cleaners are insured and vetted by us to ensure that they are the right person for the job. We guarantee to give your home or workplace carpet the clean it deserves. Whether that involves steam or dry cleaning, our carpet cleaners are the perfect choice.
Our team of professional cleaners in Spitalfields 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.
Professional carpet cleaning services in Spitalfields. Each of our teams or individuals in Spitalfields are equipped with the latest products and equipment, and use fully biodegradable, eco-friendly chemicals where ever possible. For a list of all carpet cleaning services we can offer in Spitalfields please take a look at our full menu. For any questions or an obligation free quotation please call one of our friendly office staff on 020 3603 7324.
With a little help from Carpet Cleaning London, the carpets of your home or office in Spitalfields can look brand new with no effort from you! We have fully-trained and insured carpet cleaning teams working in Spitalfields seven days a week, offering flexible hours that suit your schedule, and have years of experience and expertise to back up our knowledgeable team of carpet cleaning experts.
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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 Spitalfields property, we have a carpet cleaning package to suit your needs. Carpet Cleaning London has multiple carpet cleaning teams based all over Spitalfields 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.
About this area:
“Spitalfields is a former parish in the borough of Tower Hamlets, in the East End of London, near to Liverpool Street station and Brick Lane. The area straddles Commercial Street and is home to many markets, including the historic Old Spitalfields Market, founded in the 17th century, Sunday UpMarket, and the various other Brick Lane Markets on Brick Lane and Cheshire Street. The Liberty of Norton Folgate and the neighbouring Liberty of the Old Artillery Ground were merged into Spitalfields in 1921.
The area is well known for its arts scene. Dennis Severs forswore modern comforts at 18 Folgate Street, living a unique life. The house, a time capsule of the 18th century, is now open to the public. In 2009, Raven Row, a non-profit contemporary art centre, opened to the public at 56 Artillery Lane. Constructed within a pair of 18th century silk merchants’ houses, onto which London practice 6a Architects added two contemporary galleries, it stands on the part of the street know until 1895 as Raven Row. Whitechapel Art Gallery is located at the bottom of Brick Lane.
Amongst the many well known artists living in Spitalfields are Gilbert and George, Tracey Emin and Stuart Brisley. TV presenter, architecture expert and Georgian fanatic Dan Cruickshank was an active campaigner for Spitalfields, and continues to live in the area. Writer Jeanette Winterson turned a derelict Georgian house into an organic food shop, Verde’s, as part of the Slow Food movement.”