Carpet Cleaning Limehouse


We at Anyclean have a long carpet cleaning experience and we are able to remove stains, grime and unpleasant odours from your carpet leaving it fresh, clean and soft. To book one of our cleaning technicians please call 020 7099 6964.

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.

Carpet Cleaning Features

  • Safe, non-toxic cleaning products
  • A choice of dry and steam cleaning
  • Revitalised and fresh carpet just in few hours
  • Fully insured technicians
  • No obligation quote
  • 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed
  • No sticky residue left behind

NCCA Members

Anyclean is a proud member of the NCCA, the Allergy-STOP network and the Federation of Small Business. We use high quality carpet cleaning products and the latest equipment available on the market. Our goal is to continue improving the quality of our service and remain one of the top carpet cleaning providers in the area.  

Call us for a free quote!
020 7099 6964

For a full list of how we can help you with any type of cleaning service at your Limehouse home, please have a look at our Limehouse E14 page.  

Client Reviews

“Hi Anyclean, you did a great job cleaning my carpet. I am so happy. Thank you.” – Ms. Jennifer T., Limehouse

“The carpet at my house was cleaned yesterday. Anyclean’s cleaner showed up on time and did an amazing job. He was polite, friendly and very effective in his clean. Thank you so much.” – Ms. Christina G., Limehouse

“Dear Anyclean. Thank you for your prompt response and excellent customer service. It looked to me that all people involved with your company, from the cleaning team to the phone operators, they are very professional. You will be recommended.” – Mr. Mika H., Limehouse

Interesting Stuff

Limehouse is a place in East London stretching from Limehouse basin to Commercial Road. The area is served by Docklands Light Railway and C2C. Limehouse is not far from Canary Wharf- major financial centre in London. The main road A13 passes through Limehouse which makes the area well connected to the rest of London.

Limehouse’s church was built by Nicholas Hawksmoor and is dedicated to St Anne. Consecrated in 1730, it was one of the 12 churches that were built through the 1711 Act of Parliament. The church was formed from part of the former large parish of St Dunstan’s Stepney. St Anne’s stands next to Limehouse Town Hall and close to Limehouse Library, which are both Grade II listed buildings. The church is home to a large Christian community with members of all ages, backgrounds and colours. The congregation meets regularly for worship and prayer and to get involved in the social affairs of the day.