Carpet Cleaning Barnet
Replacing carpets is an expensive step and could be avoided with our specialised treatment process. We are a carpet cleaning company with a long experience in cleaning carpets at a professional level and we can certainly help to improve the appearance of your carpets. Moreover, carpet fibres gather dust and bacteria over time and they may cause allergies. We provide comprehensive carpet cleaning Barnet service which kills pollutants and improves the appearance of the surfaces. By booking the carpet cleaning service with us, you get the best value for your money as we offer a 100% guarantee and if you are not entirely satisfied with our service, we will come back free of charge for a repeat treatment.
To get a quote, please call 020 7099 6964 or send us an online enquiry.
|Flight of stairs (up to 14 steps)||£30.00|
|Small rug (up to 2 sq m)||£25.00|
|Large rug (3-6 sq m)||£37.00|
|Extra large rug ( more than 6 sq m)||from £45.00|
Carpet Cleaning Barnet and the neighbouring areas:
- Hadley Wood
- Carpet Cleaning Mill Hill
- Oakleigh Park
- Potters Bar
- South Mimms
- Well End
In Barnet EN5 we also offer:
Domestic Cleaning Barnet
End of Tenancy Cleaning Barnet
Window Cleaning Barnet
For more information about our services please visit: Cleaning Services Barnet.
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020 7099 6964
Places of Interest in Barnes…
- Barnet Museum. The Barnet area of London has a long and fascinating history, much of which has been stored on display in the Barnet Museum. Based at 31 Wood Street in the heart of Chipping Barnet, it is housed in an attractive early Georgian house and was officially opened in March 1938. Though, the building is owned by the Borough of Barnet, the collection inside belongs to the Barnet and District Local History Society, and the museum itself is operated by volunteers from the society. The collection consists of archives, maps, photographs, painting, drawing and prints, tracking the development of Chipping Barnet and the nearest areas. Chipping Barnet developed around the busy junction of Wood Street, and the road that was later referred to as the Great North Road. It is though that the word ‘chipping’ derives from the Anglo-Saxon ‘cheap’, meaning market. As a main stopping point on the route out of the Capital and a place where spring waters were available, the area of Barnet became well known both for its market and for its fair, and has been visited by many notable people. If you are keen to explore more about Barnet and how the area has grown and developed during the years, the collection at the Barnet Museum will certainly be the year. The facility is perfectly organised, so the whole family can enjoy the interesting experience.
- St Mary Church, East Barnet. Based o Church Hill Road, this church is a fine example of the stone churches, which were built by the Normans after the Conquest of 1066. Such Christian places for worship were open to all, and became the accustomed venue for major events. A major change with the arrival of the Normans was that existing churches that had already been dedicated to saints in the Celtic tradition, were re-dedicated to the more ecumenical saints, such as St John the Baptist, St Peter, and of course the Blessed Virgin Mary. At the beginning, the Church of St. Mary was probably the only one, stone- built structure for miles in this area of London. Therefore the place was both used as a community centre and all-purpose meeting hall. Today the Parish Church of St Mary is part of the Church of England Diocese of St Albans. Services at the church are focused on traditional and contemporary sources, matching the diversity of the people who meet here. St Mary is home to a congregation of devoted and caring Christians, who range in age, needs and preferences. In addition, since 2008, the church is being in partnership with their Methodist friends through the East Barnet Anglican-Methodist Partnership.
- Barnet Football Club. It is a professional football club that was established in 1888. The club was formed by ex-scholars of the Cowley College and Lyonsdown Collegiate School, and was formally known as Woodville FC (1882-1885) and New Barnet FC (1885-1888). At first the team of Barnet FC played in New Barnes before moving to the grounds at Queens Road in Ravenscroft Park in 1889. Barnet were one of the few teams that entered into the new-formed North London League in the season 1892/93. Today the club plays at the Underhill Stadium, which is located in Wescombe Drive, Barnet EN5. The stadium has a capacity of 6,023 people and is also used by Arsenal FC Reserves. This association with the more famous and successful London football club has reflected into the establishing of an annual friendly fixture with Arsenal.