Anyclean Now Offers Carpet Cleaning in Clay Hill EN2
We are a carpet cleaning company servicing residential and business customers. We are proud to include a complete guarantee for every carpet cleaning service that we perform and ensure our customers they will be fully satisfied with the service.
Carpet Cleaning Prices in Clay Hill EN2
Carpet Cleaning Service with a Difference
- Efficient carpet cleaning
- Use of specialised shampoo and deodoriser
- Steam carpet cleaning
- Minimal moisture after cleaning
- Odour removal and neutralisation
- Anti-allergic treatment
Trained and vetted, our carpet cleaners have over 15 years of experience in cleaning carpets. As a member of the NCCA, our company guarantees affordable prices, excellent quality and full customer satisfaction with every service you book with us.
Carpet Cleaning Clay Hill and the neighbourhood
We also provide carpet cleaning in the following neighbouring areas:
To get more information about iur services in Clay Hill, please have a look at our Clay Hill EN2 page.
"I was very pleased with the service Anyclean provided for us. The price was affordable too so I am going to keep their number and will definitely recommend them to anyone." - Ms. Claire B., Clay Hill
"The cleaner sent by Anyclean came on time and was very polite. He pre-inspected the carpets to identify the stains and determine what products to apply. When he finished, my carpet looked immaculate and it smelled fresh. Brilliant job!" - Ms. Wilma B., Clay Hill
"Very efficient carpet cleaning. Their cleaner showed up on time and removed the stains which were there for about an year. Thank you Anyclean!" - Mr. B. Brown, Clay Hill
The Parish of Clay Hill is situated to the north of Enfield. Interesting for visitors are Clay Hill Hall, Forty Hall and local parks.
The King and Tinker is one of the famous pubs in the area. Situated on Whitewebbs Lane, Clay Hill EN2, it is a curious and slightly odd pub that was set in a rural location, near the M25 Motorway. Perhaps the most striking feature of the venue is what appears to be a scaled-down medieval manor house door. And when you pass that ancient gate, you enter a ‘baronial’ bar with an oversized fireplace. The medieval décor is finished with heavy oak beams spanning the low ceilings, creating a cosy and welcoming atmosphere. The odd name of the pub comes from a ballad telling the story of an encounter between King James I and a local tinker. According to the story, the King was separated from his courtiers during a hunt, and he took shelter in an alehouse.