Carpet Cleaning Farringdon

Trustworthy Carpet Cleaning Company in Farringdon

We provide prompt, efficient and affordable carpet cleaning service in Farringdon EC1 designed to meet the needs of our customers. Our services have been available since 1998 and we have gained a valuable experience that makes us one of the top providers in the whole of London. You can rely on our specialised help seven days a week and we can come straight away in case of an emergency. We will breathe a new life into your carpet and make your home a source of pride.

What Do We Offer?

  • Equipped and educated carpet technicians
  • Stain free carpets
  • Special deodoriser
  • Deep carpet cleaning 
  • Extra attention to heavy traffic areas
  • Pet urine neutralisation

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020 7099 6964


To find out how much it will cost you to have your carpets in Farringdon EC1 cleaned, please check our price list or call 020 7099 6964. We charge reasonable prices and deliver a high quality service which guarantees a complete customer satisfaction.

Single bedroom £25.00
Double bedroom£30.00
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
Prices are subject to VAT and valid for postcodes within M25. Congestion charge and parking fee may apply. Minimum spend £60.

Residential & Commercial Carpet Cleaning Service

We are NCCA certified company and we receive calls from residential and commercial customers based in Farringdon EC1 who need a professional carpet cleaning service. With our long experience and dedication, we make our customers happy and satisfied with the service we provide. 

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020 7099 6964

Modern Cleaning Equipment

We use the latest in the state of art equipment and our commitment to perfection is demonstrated in every job our carpet cleaning Farringdon EC1 operatives perform. Depending on the type of the carpet, we are able to use dry or steam carpet cleaning methods, which are the most efficient ones to clean carpets. It is our technicians’ discretion what products and method to apply in order to give your carpet the best it deserves.    

Fully Equipped Cleaners

Our cleaning technicians are highly trained and certified and they always turn up on time. They are uniformed, neat and wear protective foot covers to avoid staining your carpet with their shoes. They are courteous and committed to do the job right and according to your personal requirements. If you need help moving light furniture around, they will always be happy to give you a hand. For all your carpet cleaning and maintenance needs in Farringdon EC1, they will provide you with a competent advice and will answer all your questions with a smile.

Insurance & Guarantee

From the moment we take your call until the end of the service, you will be treated with the highest regard and all your concerns will be addressed appropriately. We are committed to 100% customer satisfaction guarantee and if for any reason you are not pleased with the service, we will come back free of charge and clean your carpet again.

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020 7099 6964

Carpet cleaning Farringdon  and the neighbouring areas:

Did you know that in Farringdon EC1 we also offer

Domestic Cleaning Farringdon
Window Cleaning Farringdon

For a full list of what we do please click:
Cleaning Services Farringdon

Interesting Stuff…

  • A map based on Stow c 1600 shows the Fagswell Brook south of Cowcross Street as the northern boundary of the City with the bar at Long Lane. Until 1993, a small triangle of land south of Cowcross Street was within the City of London and formed part of the Farringdon Without ward. The boundary between the City of London and the London Borough of Islington was locally realigned in 1993 with exchanges of land between each; in this area the boundary was moved slightly south to align with Charterhouse Street.
  • The extent of the area around Farringdon station which is sometimes referred to as Farringdon cannot be exactly defined; this contemporary usage is most likely a back-formation and its use is similar to that in the Victoria area.
  • The station and its immediate environs are located at the southernmost tip of Clerkenwell in the London Borough of Islington very close to the northern boundary of the City of London and the eastern boundary of the London Borough of Camden. Street signs in the area reveal that Farringdon station and its environs were previously within the Metropolitan Borough of Finsbury and are now within the London Borough of Islington.
  • Planned redevelopment and expansion of Farringdon station is expected to have a significant impact on the local area. The station is currently served by the Thameslink north-south rail route; it is planned that this will be supplemented by a future east-west Crossrail service which will require the construction of additional station entrances. Crossrail opened an Information Exchange in Farringdon in 2004 to aid consultation with local stakeholders. A proposed upgrade of the Thameslink route would also have an impact on the local area, including the construction of further station entrances, the pedestrianisation of Cowcross Street and the demolition of several buildings. Clerkenwell forms part of the City Fringe Partnership, an initiative between the City of London and other local authorities to revive parts of Inner London immediately adjacent to the City.
  • There are numerous places in England called Farringdon; all meaning fern covered hill. William and Nicholas de Farindon, whose name is likely to have originated from one of these places, were two related prominent citizens and aldermen in the early 13th Century. Nicholas purchased the area of the Farringdon ward of the City of London in 1279 and became alderman of it in 1281. In 1394 the ward was split into the still extant Farringdon Within and Farringdon Without.
  • Farringdon station was built close to Farringdon Road, a northern continuation of Farringdon Street outside the City, after which it was originally named when first opened in 1863 as Farringdon Street station. Farringdon Street was built over the River Fleet in 1737 and takes its name from either the Farringdon wards of the City or was named in honour of Nicholas de Farindon. The road was widened in 1829. The area was previously the location of Farringdon Market. The station was renamed Farringdon & High Holborn in 1922 and finally Farringdon in 1936.
  • Travelodge London Farringdon is a 3 star hotel situated just off Kings Cross Road. Conveniently located within a walking distance from Kings Cross, Euston and St Pancras International Station, Travelodge London Farringdon is the ideal choice for the lone business traveller, as well as for families seeking affordable accommodation. It is a spacious hotel offering its guest comfortable en-suite bedrooms, featured with a TV and coffee/tea making facilities.
  • The Betsey Trotwood is a legendary music venue and a decent pub, situated at 56 Farringdon Road. It is the ideal place in the area of Farringdon EC1 where you can enjoy great food while catching some rising stars before they are famous. Since 2002 the venue hosted early shows from acts such as Boy Kill Boy, KT Tunstall, Keane, the Magic Numbers, and SimpleKid. 
  • There is a cute, little Italian restaurant at 54 Farringdon Road. Situated right next to the Betsey Trotwood pub, Dolce Vita in Farringdon has a large open kitchen, offering a wide range of classic Italian cuisine at impressively admirable prices.

Schools in or around Farringdon EC1:

  • Leapfrog Day Nurseries, located in Weddel House.
  • Childsplay Nursery, located in Royal Mail Mount Pleasant.
  • Royal Mail Childsplay Nursery, in Mp/Mlo Farringdon Road.
  • Buffer Bear @ Barts & the London- a nursery located in Surgery House, London EC1.
  • Great Ormond St Hospital NHS Trust Nursery, at 40-41 Queens Square, London WC1.
  • St Alban’s Church of England Primary School – a mixed sex school for children aged 3-11, situated in Baldwins Gardens.
  • Christopher Hatton Primary School- a school for boys and girls aged 3-11, located at 38 Laystall Street, London EC1.
  • The Charterhouse Square School- a mixed sex primary school for children aged 3-11, located at 40 Charterhouse Square, London EC1.
  • St Peter and St Paul RC Primary – a school for boys and girls aged 3-11, located in Compton Street.
  • Dallington School- a mixed sex primary school situated at 8 Dallington Street.
  • Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts – a mixed sex secondary school for children aged 10-16, located at 23 Goswell Road, London EC1.
  • Children’s Hospital School at Gt Ormond Street and UCH – a secondary school for boys and girls aged 4-16, located in Great Ormond Street.
  • City of London School for Girls – a secondary school for girls aged 7-18, located in St Giles’ Terrace.