Carpet Cleaning Marylebone W1
Long Established Carpet Cleaning Company Marylebone
Anyclean started as a small family business providing quality carpet cleaning in Marylebone W1 and ensuring all our customers are happy with our service. From our experience working with residential and commercial clients, we learned that customers recognise the good serice provider on the value for money and outstanding service provided. We always try to give a lot to our customers in order to meet their needs.
- Quality carpet cleaning
- Hot water extraction Cleaning
- Dry HOST carpet cleaning
- Rotary shampoo
- Stain removal
- Scotchguard protection
- Anti-static treatment
Our Prices in Marylebone
In the competitive cleaning industry, we endeavour to provide our customers with reasonable carpet cleaning prices in Marylebone. Below is our sample price list, but for an accurate quote we strongly advise you to give us a call on 020 7099 6964.
Staircase (up to 12 steps)
Minimum spend £50.00. Prices exclude VAT. Congestion charge and parking fees may apply.
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Details About Our Service
We learned a lot about clients' needs during the years of providing a professional carpet cleaning in Marylebone W1 and we endeavour to give our clients what they expect, even more than that. Quality service accompanied by professional workmanship is our main goal when servicing Marylebone.
Proven Carpet Cleaning Equipment
As one of the largest carpet cleaning provider in Marylebone, Anyclean has invested in a powerful equipment and tools to provide a better service than our competitors. Our technicians use heavy duty machines produced by the leading manufacturers combined with environmentally friendly and efficient cleaning products.
Experienced Carpet Cleaners
Our company has organised training courses for our technicians to attend and learn advanced techniques necessary for providing the carpet cleaning service our customers expect. To succeed in this competitive market, our company also keep updated the technicians by informing them of new equipment and different products available on the market.
All of our carpet cleaning Marylebone technicians put all their efforts and treat each carpet professionally by applying specialised cleaning products to remove stains, kill bacteria and extract dirt. We would like to give our customers the best carpet cleaning experience thy could have by entrusting us as their carpet cleaning provider and we give them the guarantee all work will be carried out at a professional manner. If for any reason you are not entirely satisfied, we will come back free of charge to rectify the issue.
Carpet cleaning Marylebone and the neighbouring areas:
- Camden Town
- Charing Cross
- Covent Garden
- Gospel Oak
- Grays Inn
- High Holborn
- Kings Cross N1
- Kings Cross WC1
- Leicester Square
- Lisson Grove
- Little Venice W2
- Oxford Street
- Primrose Hill
- Regent Street
- Regents Park
- Russell Square
- Sloane Square
- Somers Town
- St Pancras
- St Pancras
- Tottenham Court Road
In Marylebone W1 we also do:
For a full list of what we do please visit:
- Neighbouring areas include: St John’s Wood, Lisson Grove, Paddington, Hyde Park, Mayfair, Soho, Fitzrovia, and Regent’s Park.
- The area of Marylebone gets its name from a local church known as St. Mary by the Bourne. The settlement grew as residential district due to its location between bustling Oxford Street and peaceful Regent’s Park.
Sights and attractions in Marylebone:
- Regent’s Park, near Marylebone, was designed by architect John Nash and covers area of nearly 400 acres. The park includes excellent sports facilities spanned over 100 acres, which makes it the park with the largest outdoor sports area in central London. The Regent’s Park also houses London Zoo, Open Air Theatre, Primrose Hill, the UK’s largest free to access waterfowl collections and about 100 species of wild bird.
- Queen Mary’s Gardens. One of the local attractions is Queen Mary’s Gardens, situated in the Regent’s Park. Named after the wife of King George V, the gardens feature more than 30,000 roses of 400 varieties. Queen Mary’s Garden opened to the public in 1932, although the first rose garden was completed in 1934. Queen Mary’s Garden is London’s largest rose collection.
- Madame Tussauds. This legendary museum is one of London’s most famous attractions, gathering millions of visitors each year from over the world. The museum gives you the opportunity to see various wax sculptures of celebrities from sports, movies, and music, as well as famous legendary heroes.
- Sherlock Homes Museum, situated in the heart of Marylebone is Baker Street’s most visited attraction. It is a private-own museum located at the fictional number 221B and dedicated to one of world’s most famous fictional characters, the legendary detective Sherlock Holmes and his devoted colleague Doctor Watson.
- Regent’s Canal. Perhaps one of the best kept beautiful spots of North and Central London, the Regent’s Canal offers some fantastic walks alongside its banks.
- Marylebone Cricket Club Museum. Set within Lord’s Cricket Ground, which is London’s best known cricket venue and often called “home of cricket”, the Marylebone Cricket Club Museum is considered the oldest sporting museum in the world.
Notable past and present residents of Marylebone:
- Musician Adam Ant was born in Marylebone, in 1954.
- Philosopher Sir Alfred Jules “Freddie” Ayer (1910-1989).
- General Benedict Arnold (1741-1801).
- Actress Jane Asher (born 1946).
- Welsh television presenter Stephen Ashton “Steve” Jones (born 1977).
- Mathematician, philosopher and inventor Charles Babbage (1791-1871).
- Irish hydrographer Rear Admiral Sir Francis Beaufort (1774-1857).
- Magazine editor Isabella Blow (1958-2007), who was born in Marylebone.
- Illusionist, painter and sceptic Darren Brown (born 1971).
- Poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806-1861).
- Professional footballer Joe Cole (born 1981).
- Writer and social critic Charles Dickens (1812-1870).
- Painter Sir William Menzies Goldstream (1908-1987).
- Actress and model Tamsin Egerton (born 1988).