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Our carpet cleaners can be booked for a time that suits you, whether you require carpet cleaning daily, weekly, fortnightly or monthly we can help. Our one-off and vacate/end of tenancy cleaning teams are based all around Woodford Green and work Seven days a week to make sure that the appointment is at a time that is suitable for you. If you have an emergency, we can usually offer service the same day at no extra charge. We guarantee all of our work, and all of our carpet cleaners are thoroughly trained and comprehensively insured. If in the rare case that a job not done to a satisfactory standard, we would offer a re-clean at no additional cost.
About this area:
“Woodford Green, formerly in the county of Essex, is part of the North East London suburb of Woodford, on the edge of Epping Forest, mostly within the London Borough of Redbridge with a small part on the western side of the green within the London Borough of Waltham Forest (this area is known as Woodford Side).
Woodford Green is part of Woodford, which includes areas such as Woodford Wells and Woodford Bridge.
The Great Eastern Railway (GER) line to Loughton (and later Ongar) was opened in 1856 and with it Woodford station. This led to the construction of many houses in the area, some of which were the grand houses of successful London merchants and bankers. The higher quality housing constructed in the area was due to the “”fare-policy”” of the GER, which kept the fares on the Loughton Branch higher than on the comparable Enfield and Walthamstow branches, where a “”low-fare policy”” was pursued. Further estates were built from the late 1920s onwards until the 1950s, covering most of the land still available for building.
The former GER Ongar branch became part of the London and North Eastern Railway in 1923, and later part of London Transport’s Central Line, with the section through Woodford opening in 1947. As part of the electrification of the Loughton & Ongar branch and subsequent takeover by London Transport, the level-crossing at Woodford station (and with it Snakes Lane) was closed, being replaced in 1947 by a re-aligned Broadmead Road with a viaduct over the railway.”