Carpet Cleaning Temple Mills E10
Who Are We
We are a member company of the NCCA and we provide efficient and reliable carpet cleaning service in Temple Mills E10 area. Our technicians are vetted, trained and certified. To satisfy the requirements of all our customers and please them with our service, we have invested in a powerful carpet cleaning equipment and eco-friendly cleaning products.
What we offer
- Quality carpet cleaning
- Hot water extraction method
- Dry HOST carpet cleaning
- Rotary shampoo
- Stain removal
- Scotchguard protection
- Anti-static treatment
We can provide instant quotes over the phone because we use average room sizes, which in most cases are very accurate. Here is a sample of what we charge for our carpet cleaning service in Temple Mills:
Single bedroom - £20.00
Double bedroom - £25.00
Lounge - £27.00
Hallway - £15.00
Flight of stairs - £18.00
All prices excude VAT.
A happy and satisfied customer is worth a lot more than anything else to us. And we prefer to keep it that way through constant hard work from all the team here at Anyclean. Our management and field staff have joined efforts to deliver unmatched customer experience through the most thorough Temple Mills carpet cleaning you have ever seen.
We don't take any chances and therefore invest heavily in the latest carpet cleaning technology. We monitor closely the industry trends and developments in order to provide always our exceptional quality service. We prefer to use machines made by Alltec, Prochem, Ashbys, Rotovac, HOST, Powr-Flite, Kleenrite - all leading worlds manufacturers of fine carpet cleaning equipment. All our Temple Mills technicians carry at least two of these babies on board of their vehicles.
Our Carpet Cleaners
We insist on the best and highest quality training available in the UK - NCCA training courses and exams. Our technicians must undergo the Association's training sessions and then pass theory and practical exams. Having gathered many years of experience in the field they are experts on carpet construction and the correct methods of carpet cleaning. The National Carpet Cleaners Association is the only independent UK trade body solely dedicated to the craft of carpet, upholstery, and other soft furnishings cleaning. We are proud members No.1871 of the association.
We aim to provide the best customer experience at the best price hence the complete peace of mind - our Anyclean Guarantee. If you are not entirely happy with the carpet cleaning you have received, we will come back and complete the task to your full satisfaction.
You will recognise our clean signwritten vans and our uniformed carpet technicians driving down the road. Don't hesitate to ask the driver of the van for details of our service and obtain a card.
For more information and to schedule a date and time for a carpet clean please call 020 7099 6964.
Save time! Booking the job with us only takes 5 minutes.
We also provide carpet cleaning in the following neighbouring areas:
- Hackney Marshes
- Hackney Wick
- Walthamstow Marshes
- West Ham
Did you know that in Temple Mills E10 we also offer
Domestic Cleaning Temple Mills
End of Tenancy Cleaning Temple Mills
Window Cleaning Temple Mills
For a full list of what we do please click:
Cleaning Services Temple Mills
Did you know that...
- Temple Mills is situated south of Leyton within the London Borough of Newham in east London. The area is a northerly part of Stratford and was home to a marshaling yard and wagon works belonging to the Great Eastern railway.
- Temple Mills were water mills which belonged to the Knights Templar and had been mainly used for grinding corn from the knights’ lands in Homerton and the Marshes. As the mills straddled the River Lea so they were partly in Hackney and partly in Leyton.
- In the 17th and 18th centuries, the former Templar mills were used for a number of industrial purposes such as grinding rapeseed for oil, processing leather, making brass kettles, twisting yarn, and producing sheet lead.
- On the night before Eastern 1690 there was a tragic incident in the mills. Peter Pain, who was a Huguenot refugee from Dieppe, manufacturing gunpowder for the government at the mills was blown up together with two of the mills, three stone constructed houses, and a large amount of gunpowder. Along with Pain, his family and a French minister also died in the tragedy.