Carpet Cleaning in Battersea Provided by Anyclean
We have been in the cleaning industry since 1998 and we can say that for this period we have made thousands of customers in Battersea SW11 pleased and satisfied with our carpet cleaning services. With our huge experience in the cleaning business we know how to deal with any kind of dirts, stains and spots on carpets. If you have never use professional cleaning company before you can stay rest assured that we are able to make your carpets and rugs look as fresh as new.
Our Serice At a Glance
- Efficient carpet cleaning
- Anti-static treatment
- Carpet stain removal
- Eco-friendly cleaning products
- Reduce the possibility of allergies
- 100% customer satisfaction
- Deep carpet cleaning
Carpet Cleaning Prices
Please check our rates for carpet cleaning below. We value our customers and we do all our best to offer them the most affordable service they can book in Battersea SW11.
Staircase (up to 12 steps)
Minimum spend £50.00. Prices exclude VAT. Congestion charge and parking fees may apply.
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Quality Service in Battersea
As a reputable carpet cleaning company in Battersea we aim to provide the highest quality services and we work very hard to complete every job perfectly. From the moment of your contact with us to the compeletion of the service, all our departments are doing their best to make you feel valued and serviced the best possible way.
Latest Cleaning Equipment
When it comes to the cleaning equipment we don't make any compromise and we invest heavily in professional and quality carpet cleaning products. Our mission is to deliver only high quality carpet cleaning Battersea SW11 and it wouldn't have been possible without the modern machines we use produced by the top manufacturers in the cleaning industry.
When we hire our staff, it is essential they pass the NCCA's practical and theoritical exams. NCCA is the only association in UK dedicated to the craft of carpet cleaning and maintenance. Our carpet technicians are the most experienced and qualified in Battersea SW11 and if you choose Anyclean, you'll be sure that your carpets will be in safe hands.
Professional cleaners in combination with the latest cleaning technologies are our key to success and guarantee that our service is exactly what you are looking for. However if you are not quite pleased with the way we serviced you, we will send one of our Battersea technicians free of charge to re-clean the areas on your carpet which you were not pleased with. It's our guarantee that you will get the best service ever.
Carpet cleaning Battersea and the neighbouring areas:
- Clapham Junction
- Nine Elms
- Parsons Green
- South Lambeth
- West Brompton
- Worlds End
Did you know that in Battersea SW11 we also offer:
For a full list of what we do please click: Cleaning Services Battersea
Did you know that...
- Located just a couple of miles south of Marble Arch, Battersea Park is considered by many as the most interesting among all parks in London. It has fascinating history, leading from a duel in the marshlands before the Park was constructed, through to the Fun Fair and Gardens of the Festival of Britain. The most obvious wildlife here is the birds living around the Park’s lake, while historic and attractive gardens can be found in all corners. There is also a playground on the site, as well as a zoo, making this beautiful park the ideal spot for children.
- Battersea Art Centre is one of the best West End theatres and art venues in London, carrying many of its best fringe productions. The centre is housed in the former Battersea Town Hall, which was built in 1893 by Edward Mountford. In 1965, when Battersea Borough was absorbed into Wandsworth, Battersea Arts centre was planned to be demolished and, a library and a swimming pool to be built on its place. Then a local campaign was formed to protect the building from demolishing, which resulted in a Grade II listed building in 1970.
- More than 15,000 stray cats and dogs are being dealth with by The Battersea Dogs & Cats Home each year. This is a lot of homeless animals.
- Battersea Bridge is the narrowest of all London bridges. The bridge was designed and constructed by Joseph Balzagette in the eighteen hundreds.
- Battersea park was the first place in Great Britain where an asparagus was grown for the first time back in eighteen fifty. Asparagus came to stay as a British vegetable born in Battersea.
- Battersea Park was again the first place in Britain where the first football match played under the Football Association rules took place in eighteen sixty four.
- Roger Moore comes from the beautiful Battersea
- In the past the area was rural and mainly the people were growing lavender. After the railway station was built Clapham Junction became a busy railway station in South West London, not far from Battersea and Wandsworth.
Battersea’s most noted people include:
- Anglo-American jazz pianist Sir George Shearing (1919-2011).
- Actor Johnny Briggs (born 1935), who is best known as Mike Baldwin in “Coronation Street”.
- Stage, screen and television actress Kathleen Byron (1921-2009).
- Writer, pet, playwright and journalist Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874-1936).
- Television and radio presenter Adrian Chiles (born 1967).
- Stage and television actor Colin Douglas (1912-1991).
- Professional boxer Howard Anthony Eastman, also known as the Battersea Bomber (born 1970).
- Professional footballer Craig Leon Eastmond (born 1990).
- Irish singer-songwriter and political activist Robert Frederick Zenon “Bob” Geldof (born 1951).
- Model and socialite Little Pixie Geldof (born 1990).
- American comedian Richard “Rich” Hall (born 1954).
- Actress Joely Kim Richardson (born 1965).
- Actor Rupert William Penny-Jones (born 1970).
- Musician, singer-songwriter Polly Paulusma .
- Musician Richard John Parfitt (born 1948), who is best known as the singer and rhythm guitarist of the rock band Status Quo.
- Author John O’Farrell (born 1962).
- Australian musician, singer-songwriter Dannii Minogue (born 1971).
- Music producer, photographer and recording engineer Terry Manning.
- Scottish film, television and stage actress Katie Liu Leung (born 1987).
- Fashion designer Vivian Westwood (born 1941).
- Character actor Timothy Leonard Spall (born 1957).
- Australian author and journalist Harold Edward James Aldridge (born 1918).