Carpet Cleaning Belgravia SW1 London
Residential & Commercial Carpet Cleaning in Belgravia
Anyclean has been servicing Belgravia SW1 from the early days of the establishment of our business. With over 15 years experience in cleaning, our technicians are familiar with the different techniques available to provide our clients with the best service they deserve. If you need your carpets cleaned, look no further than our team - they are available seven days a week.
What Methods We Use
- Professional carpet cleaning
- Hot water extraction method
- Dry HOST carpet cleaning
- Rotary shampoo
- Stain removal
- Scotchguard protection
- Anti-static treatment
Regardless of how filthy your carpets are, we have a soution to restore the look of your carpets. We offer a complete and efficient cleaning as recommended by the leading carpet cleaning associations. One of our carpet cleaning Belgravia technicians will examine your carpet and will apply the most suitable technique to clean it perfectly.
For the convenience of our customers, we have indicated the prices for carpet cleaning below:
Single bedroom ....................£20.00
Double bedroom ....................£25.00
Staircase (up to 12 steps) ....................£18.00
Rug (small) ....................£15.00
Rug (large) ....................£25.00
To obtain a free no obligation quote, please call 020 7099 6964 or send us an online enquiry and we will get back to you.
Affordable Service & Quality Results
Using modern methods and efficient cleaning products, we help our customers reduce the dirt and the pollutants on their carpet. Your carpet is in safe hands as we know how to clean it in order to achieve the results you expect.
Advanced Cleaning Equipment
Equipped with the most powerful and efficient cleaning equipment available on the market, we provide a complete carpet cleaning service. We ensure that the products we use are safe for kids and pets and they are not harmful to the environment.
Reliable & Skilled Cleaning Technicians
Trained by the NCCA, our carpet cleaners Belgravia are familiar with all the details about the professional carpet cleaning and they are fully trained to use our equipment. They are dedicated to provide a high quality service to each customer of ours and they come uniformed for each cleaning job.
We value our customers and we always do our best to achieve the perfect results. Giving them a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee, we promise to come back free of charge should we fail to meet our customers' needs. Do not hesitate to get back to us if you are concerned about anything related to the service we provided for you.
For more information and to schedule a date and time for a carpet clean please call 020 7099 6964.
Carpet cleaning Belgravia and the neighbouring areas:
- Charing Cross
- Covent Garden
- Leicester Square
- Little Venice
- Nine Elms
- Oxford Street
- Regent Street
- Sloane Square
- South Kensington
- South Lambeth
- Tottenham Court Road
Did you know that in Belgravia SW1 we also offer
Domestic Cleaning Belgravia
End of Tenancy Cleaning Belgravia
Window Cleaning Belgravia
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Cleaning Services Belgravia
- Most of the area was owned by Richard Grosvenor, 2nd Marquess of Westminster, who had it developed from the 1820s. Thomas Cubitt was the main contractor. Belgravia is characterised by grand terraces of white stucco houses, and is focused on the Belgrave Square and Eaton Square. It was one of London's most fashionable residential districts from the beginning, and remains so to this day. It is a relatively quiet district in the heart of London, contrasting with neighbouring districts which have far more busy shops, large modern office buildings, hotels, and entertainment venues. Many embassies are located in the area, especially in Belgrave Square.
- Notable residents have included prime minister Stanley Baldwin (1867-1947), prime minister Arthur Neville Chamberlain (1869-1940), American philanthropist George Peabody (1795-1869), Polish composer Frederic Chopin (1810-1849), Austrian composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791), actress Dame Edith Evans (1888-1976), actress Vivien Leigh (1913-1967), novelist Ian Lancaster Fleming (1908-1964), Frankenstein author Mary Shelley (1797-1851), Lieutenant Colonel Philip Edward Hardwick (1875-1919) who was the son of the architect Philip Charles Hardwick, and the poet Lord Tennyson (1809-1892). Currently, the area's most famous resident is the actress and writer Joan Collins; singer, songwriter, and actress Sarah Brightman, celebrity cook Nigella Lawson& Lady Helen Taylor, daughter of the Duke of Kent as well as former prime minister Baroness Margaret Thatcher.
- After World War II some of the largest houses ceased to be used as residences, but the new uses were restricted to certain categories, including embassies, charity headquarters and professional institutes. In the early 21st century some of these houses are being reconverted to residential use, as offices in old houses are no longer as desirable as they were in the post-war decades, while the number of super-rich in London is at a level not seen since at least 1939. Large houses in Belgravia are among the most expensive anywhere in the world, often costing more than £10 million (about US$19 million in 2006).
Some of the most famous attractions in Belgravia:
- St Peter’s Church. Located at 119 Eaton Square in Belgravia SW1, St Peter’s was established in 1827 by Hakewill and was later enlarged in 1875 by Blomfield. The church was rebuilt and reopened in 1992 following a devastating fire from 1987. Today St Peter’s Church in Belgravia is often uses as the scene of many fashionable and high-class weddings. It is also among the few London churches to maintain a professional mixed choir. Regular concerts on the site include performances by the Royal Academy of Music String Orchestra, as well as by world-famous pianists and leading sopranos.
- Wellington Arch, situated in Hyde Park Corner in Belgravia. It is a landmark triumphal arch that is set opposite the Apsley House - the Duke of Wellington’s residence. The arch was erected in 1830 and is dedicated to the victories won by Britain in the Napoleon wars. Although originally featured with an unfeasibly huge equestrian figure of the “Iron Duke”, unfortunately the figure was removed from the arch in 1882. However, today the top of the structure is decorated by an imposing bronze sculpture which is the largest of its kind in Europe. The Wellington Arch is open to the public and boosts a small exhibition that celebrates the arch’s history.
- Apsley House and the Wellington Museum. Designed and constructed by Robert Adam from 1771 to 1778, Apsley House was originally built as the residence of the first Duke of Wellington. The building formed the elegant backdrop to a host of glittering banquets which reflected the rise in status of the Duke himself. Today the house is run by English Heritage and, although the current Duke of Wellington still occupies part of the building as a part-time residence, it is open to the public as a museum and art gallery. Apsley House, which is commonly referred to as the Wellington Museum, is a fine example of an English aristocratic town house, with all of its rooms being maintained as far as possible in the original design and décor. The Wellington Museum includes the 1st Duke’s collection of paintings, sculpture and furniture.