Carpet Cleaning Enfield Chase EN2
Anyclean Now Offers Carpet Cleaning in Enfield Chase EN2
Customer satisfaction is our top priority and our services are recognised with excellent results and affordable prices. To book one of our skilled technicians, please call 020 7099 6964.
Carpet Cleaning Prices in Enfield Chase EN2
|Staircase (up to 12 steps)||£18.00|
|Small rug (up to 2 sq m)||£15.00|
|Large rug (3-6 sq m)||£25.00|
|Extra large rug ( more than 6 sq m)||£40.00|
Quality Carpet Cleaning Service
- 15 years of experience
- Highly skilled technicians
- Hard stains removal
- Hot water extraction cleaning
- 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed
- Cleaner and healthier carpet
There is nothing more inviting to your visitors than a fresh, clean floor. The NCCA trained technicians who work for us have the knowledge and experience to clean your property's floors, leaving them with a light and bright appearance and a healthier living environment.
Carpet Cleaning Enfield Chase and the neighbourhood
We also provide carpet cleaning in the following neighbouring areas:
"The carpet cleaning service provided by Anyclean was courteous, professional and affordable. Great job, thank you!" - Mr. Martin Y., Enfield Chase
"They were very nice on the phone and were able to accommodate me on a short notice. The carpet cleaner came at 8am on the next morning. He was nice and very fast. He got in and out in about two hours without taking any breaks. When he was done my carpets looked beautiful and smelled nice. Another thing that I really appreciated was that they didn’t charge me any extra fee for being on the 7th floor. I will recommend these guys to all my friends." - Ms. Samantha T., Enfield Chase
"Excellent carpet cleaning service. The cleaner arrived on time was very professional and well equipped. He removed multiple stains out of my tufted carpet. I highly recommend their service!" - Ms. Wendy Y., Enfield Chase
- Once covered by woodland and used as a royal deer park, Enfield Chase is an area situated in the London Borough of Enfield. It was first recorded as Enefeld Chacee in 1325, then chace of Enefelde in 1373, coming from the middle English chace ‘a chase’, a tract of ground used for breeding, as well as for hunting wild animals.
- Although it is no longer a ‘place’, the Church of England of St Mary Magdalene, Enfield Chase, officially holds that title. The title was effectively resurrected in 1883 when the Church was commissioned by Georgiana Twells and constructed by William Butterfield.
- Enfield Chase was part of an extensive ancient forest that reached from the City of London to about 12 miles north.
- In 1154 the site that had been known as the Park of Enfield or Enfield Wood had been converted in to a hunting ground, or also called a chase. The area was not known as Enfield Chase before the early 14th century.