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.
Our number one priority is customer satisfaction, so you can rest assured that your carpet cleaning will be carried out in the most professional and convenient way possible. We even offer specialist on-site cleaning services such as dry cleaning and steam cleaning for your carpets, upholstery and curtains. All of our work is fully guaranteed, and each of our cleaners fully vetted and insured.
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 Westcombe Park 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.
On the other hand, why not request a service online? Just fill out our simple booking form, to arrange a visit from the finest carpet cleaners in Westcombe Park.
Our professional staff offer a service like no other, combining many years of industry experience, with access to the latest tools and eco-friendly carpet cleaning products on the market. Book with us now, and enjoy the finest carpet cleaning in Westcombe Park!
We provide Westcombe Park with professional upholstery, rug and carpet cleaning services. We only use top of the line equipment and chemicals and offer a rates and service second to none, even removing the toughest stains and build-up.
If you would like to speak to one of our friendly office staff for more information on our carpet cleaning services please give us a call today on 020 3603 7324 or you can Request a service and we will get straight back to you.
About this area:
“Westcombe Park is a largely residential area in Blackheath in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, south-east London, England.
Its boundaries are broadly defined by the main London-Dartford railway line to the north, the Blackwall Tunnel southern approach to the east, the heath itself to the south and a road, Vanbrugh Hill to the west (named after the architect John Vanbrugh who built his house Vanbrugh Castle nearby).
Its most notable existing landmark is Woodlands House, in Mycenae Road. This attractive, four-storey Georgian villa (architect: George Gibson) still lies in its own grounds and was built between 1774 and 1776 for John Julius Angerstein, a Lloyd’s underwriter and merchant whose collection of old master paintings was bought for the nation in 1824, following his death, to form the nucleus of the National Gallery, London.