Carpet Cleaning Clerkenwell EC1
Residential & Commercial Carpet Cleaning in Clerkenwell
Anyclean has been servicing Clerkenwell EC1 since 1998. We have earned the trust of many residential and commercial customers in the area which makes us one of the leaders in the industry. We apply specialised detergents and implement advanced techniques to remove all traces from dirt and dust on your carpet fibers and to restore your precious carpets to as close as new condition.
Fully Guaranteed Service
- Well equipped carpet cleaners
- Steam carpet cleaning method
- Bacteria neutralisation
- Fast drying
- Scotchguard protection
- No hidden charges and additional fees
It could be a single room or a whole house carpet cleaned that you need, call our office on 020 7099 6964 for unique offers or check our price list below:
|Flight of stairs (up to 12 steps)||£20.00|
|Small rug (up to 2 sq m)||£20.00|
|Large rug (3-6 sq m)||£30.00|
|Extra large rug ( more than 6 sq m)||£40.00|
|Prices exclude VAT. Minimum spend £50+VAT. Congestion charge and parking fees may apply.|
Premium Quality Service
With our carpet cleaning service, we will be able to revitalise the beauty of your favourite carpet and clean it to your complete satisfaction. The methods we use are highly efficient for removing dirt, dust and bacteria which cause allergies and other respiratory diseases. At Clerkenwell EC1 we are available right on the next day to improve the appearance of your carpet and provide a healthier living environment for your family.
Efficient Equipment & Chemicals
There are various carpet cleaning methods available and we highly recommend the hot water extraction as the most efficient one for removing dry soil, dust and invisible bacteria. We also use dry cleaning method for delicate fabers and we guarantee that your best cleaning method will be judged prior to the cleaning to ensure that ultimate results will be achieved regardless of the type of your carpet.
NCCA Trained Cleaners
Our carpet cleaning Clerkenwell technicians are NCCA trained and certified. They will come to your home or office fully equipped to provide you with the highest level of service. They will inspect your carpet and will use the right method of treatment to ensure you will get the best possible carpet cleaning experience. Following the manufacturers' recommendations and listening to your own needs, our cleaners will take care of the necessary procedures to reach the highest industry standards.
Regardless of how small the job is, our work is fully guaranteed. For us a quality service delivered each time is a top priority and we do our best to fulfill your personal needs and requirements. If we failed to provide the expected results, we promise to come back free of charge to rectify the problematic areas.
Carpet cleaning Clerkenwell and the neighbouring areas:
- Grays Inn
- Hatton Garden
- Carpet Cleaning Islington
- Kings Cross
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What is in the Area...
Clerkenwell is an area in Central London, close to St Pancras, Holborn and Barbican. It is a home to many restaurants, pubs and nightclubs. The area is well connected to other parts of London by tube. The nearest station is Farringdon.
Nurseries in Clerkenwell EC1:
- Dallington School, located at 8 Dallington Street, Clerkenwell.
- Happy Faces, at 3rd Floor Midway House, Clerkenwell.
- Kidsunlimited, at 25 Easton Street, Clerkenwell.
- Childsplay Nursery, situated in Royal Mail Mount Pleasant, Clerkenwell EC1.
- Royal Mail Childsplay Nursery, in Mp/Mlo Farrington Road, Clerkenwell.
Primary schools in Clerkenwell EC1:
- St Peter and St Paul RC Primary School. It is a mixed sex school for children aged 3-11, located in Common Street, Clerkenwell.
- Dallington School. Mixed sex school for children aged 3-1, located at 8 Dalling Street, Clerkenwell EC1.
- Hugh Myddelton Primary School. It is a school for boys and girls aged 3-11, located in Myddelton Street, Clerkenwell.
- Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts, a mixed sex school for children aged 10-16 years, located at 23 Coswell Road, Clerkenwell.
- Moreland Primary School, school for boys and girls aged 3-11 years, located in Moreland Street, Clerkenwell EC1.
Secondary schools in or near Clerkenwell:
- Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts, school for boys and girls, located at 23 Goswell Road, Clerkenwell.
- Richard Cloudesley PH School, mixed sex school for children aged 2-19 years, located in Tudor Rose Building, in the area of N1.
- City of London School for Girls, a secondary school for girls aged 7-18 years, located in St Gilies’ Terrace, Barbican EC2.
- Elizabeth Garret Anderson Language College, a secondary school for girls aged 11-16 years, located in Donegal Street.
- Children’s Hospital School at Gt Omond Street and UCH. It is a mixed sex secondary school for children aged 4-16 years, located in Great Omond Street.
Some of the most noted people associated with the area of Clerkenwell EC1 include:
- John Bell (birth date unknown, died 1556), Church of England bishop.
- Historian Thomas Birch (1705-1766), who was born in Clerkenwell.
- Charcoal merchant Thomas Britton (1644-1714).
- Librarian, information theorist and educationalist James Duff Brow (1862-1914), who worked in Clerkenwell for the Metropolitan Borough of Finsbury.
- Moses Browne (1704-1787) who was a pen-cutter born in Clerkenwell.
- Baptist minister Robert Burnside (1759-1826) was born in the parish of Clerkenwell.
- Entrepreneur Phil Cameron (born 1972), who is the founder of No. 1 Traveller.
- Polymath and aristocrat William Cavendish, 1st Duke of Newcastle-upon-Tyne (1592-1676).
- Anglo-irosh ascendancy nobleman and politician Hubert George de Burgh-Canning, 2nd MArquess of Clanricarde (1832-1916).
- Philosopher Timothy Martin Crane (born 1962).
- Military and political leader Oliver Cromwell (1599-1658).
- Journalist and writer Daniel Defoe (1660-1731).
- Writer and social critic Charles Dickens (1812-1870).
- Irish-British architect Dame Zaha Mohanmad Hadid (born 1950).
- Astrologer and mathematician John Holwell (1649-1686).
- Screenwriter and novelist Anthony Horowitz (born 1955).
- Stage and screen actor David Thewlis (born 1963).
- Painter Louis Wain (1860-1939).
- Poet and antiquary John Weever (1576-1632).
- Journalist and politician John Wilkers (1725-1797).