Trustworthy Carpet Cleaning Mortlake SW14
The SW14 Leaders In Home And Office Carpet Care
Providing excellent carpet shampoo in Mortlake since 1998
How Much Do You Pay?
|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.|
Why Should Pick Us As Your Carpet Care Partner?
- Getting rid of tough stains, bacteria, dust mites and germs
- Money back Guarantee
- You can book us seven days per week, all holidays included
- Cleaning on the spot with no transportation costs
- A bullet-proof public Insurance and Liability Policy
- NCCA-trained and certified specialists
- Competitive prices and special deals
- 100% customer satisfaction guarante
Home Carpet Treatment
Make sure your home is health-safe and comfortable by booking the most effective carpet washing in SW14 - Anyclean guarantees top quality for your money.
Commercial Carpet Washing
Large-scale steam washing and carpet treatment for Mortlake commercial premises at the best prices you can find on the market - book your quote on 020 7099 6964.
Office Carpet Maintenance
Anyclean allows you to book an affordable maintenance package for your office carpets without making compromises with quality! Order today on 020 7099 6964!
Sofas, armchairs, ottomans, and even curtains - if you want them to look just like they used to when you bought them, sign up for Anyclean's upholstery cleaning service!
Mattress Steam Washing
If you have running nose or allergy-like symptoms every morning, check your mattress for dust mites - our hot water extraction will remove them for minutes.
Area Rug Cleaning
The intricate maintenance of your rugs requires oustanding professional skills and knowledge - book Anyclean for your complete peace of mind!
Most Recent Carpet Washing Jobs In SW14
- Monthly deep-clean carpet washing at Worple Street, SW14 8HE.
- Regular hot water extraction at Vernon Rd, SW14 8NH.
- House carpet shampoo at Cowley Rd, SW14 8QD.
- After-party office carpet cleaning at Mortlake High Street, SW14 8SN.
The Carpet Cleaning Techniques We Employ
Hot Water Extraction
What can possibly remove every bacterium, germ, and speck of dust even as deep as the carpet pad? Our combination of injected steam and a biodegradable compound!
Dry Carpet Cleaning
The VLM (very low moisture) method we employ, combined with a biodegradable compound, allows us to achieve excellent results while cutting the drying time in half!
How do you make sure your carpet is protected against mould, humidity, and dust smothering? Our advanced Scotchgard Protection screen is the perfect choice!
Spot And Stain Removal
There is no need to wash the whole carpet if you want to remove a single persisten stain - Anyclean offers you a much more concentrated and effective treatment!
Pet Odour Removal
Refreshing the air at home and removing the pet urine stains at the same time is not an impossible task - the Anyclean technicians have been doing it for years in Mortlake!
Static electricity has no place in any modern household, full of electric appliances - Anyclean removes it in the matter of minutes with a 100% health-safe treatment.
Local Leaders In Hot Water Extraction
You can book an appointment with one of our top-tier South West London carpet cleaners in the neughbouring areas as well:
- Carpet cleaning Barnes
- Carpet cleaning Bedford Park
- Carpet cleaning Castelnau
- Carpet cleaning Chiswick
- Carpet cleaning East Sheen
- Carpet cleaning Gunnersbury
- Carpet cleaning Ham
- Carpet cleaning Kew
- Carpet cleaning Kingston Vale
- Carpet cleaning North Sheen
- Carpet cleaning Petersham
- Carpet cleaning Putney
- Carpet cleaning Richmond
- Carpet cleaning Roehampton
- Carpet cleaning Turnham Green
Frequently Asked Questions
How often should I vacuum the carpets?
Anything less than once per week is a total and ineffective waste of time, and twice per week is much better. Do not expect to keep your carpets in top condition with vacuuming alone, however.
How long will it take my carpets to dry out after the service?
Normally your carpets will be dry in about 3 hours after completion of the cleaning service. However in some cases where extensive treatment due to a heavily stained carpet has been provided the drying process may take longer than 3 hours.
What should I ask a carpet cleaner?
- Is your service fully insured?
- How much time will it take for my carpets to dry?
- Will the carpet shrink after your treatment?
- Is your company/cleaners certified by the NCCA?
- Are the products you employ safe for children/pets?
- How long have you been in business?
How do you restore a faded carpet?
The "fading" factor or discolouring is usually due to a heavy dust and dirt smothering. Therefore:
- We carefully vacuum the carpet surface and remove the upper layer of dust.
- We perform a hot water extraction treatmen that removes any residue and rejuvenates the carpet.
- We apply Scotchgard Protector that further improves the carpet appearance and keeps the dust, humidity, and stains at bay.
"If you have persistent problems with stains or mould on your carpet, these guys are the ones you should call! The Anyclean carpet cleaners are all about business and they know their craft in and out!"
A. Livingston, Second Avenue, Mortlake, SW14 8QF
Did You Know That...?
- Mortlake was originally a riverside, rural settlement. There still remain a few early houses, which date from the late 15th century, alongside the riverfront at Thames Bank.
- The area was mentioned in the Domesday Book as Mortelege, which is though to men “a small stream containing young salmon. According to the Domesday Book, the large Manor of Mortlake included Putney and Wimbledon. It was held by the Archbishop of Canterbury until the 16th century.
- During the early 17th century a tapestry works was set up on the area of Mortlake. After its closure, market gardening and brewing became the main industries in Mortlake.
- Mortlake is the finishing point of the annual Oxford v Cambridge boat race, which takes place in March. Mortlake Stone is the stone next to the Thames at Mortlake that marks the finishing point of the famous boat race between Oxford and Cambridge Universities.
Notable people associated with Mortlake, and who most likely did not clean their own carpet but hired cleaning firms:
- Statesman Henry Addington (1757-1844), who was best known as Prime Minister from 1801-1804 is buried in Mortlake. In 1801 George III gave him White Lodge, Richmond Park.
- Architect Stanley Davenport (1868-1946), who was best known as first professor of town planning at London University lived at Suthrey House in Mortlake from 1915-1924.
- John Anstis, the elder (1669-1744). He lived and died in Mortlake at a house located between Thames street and river.
- John Anstis, the younger (1708-1754), who also lived and died in Mortlake.
- Actor and dramatist Robert Armin (1565-1610). Best known as Member of the Lord Chamberlain’s Company of Players with Augustine Phillips, who lived by the river at Mortlake.
- Judge Sir James Bacon (1798-1895). He lived at Fairfax House, Mortlake, between 1851 and 1860.
- Nonconformist, Mathew Barker (1619-1698), who was lecturer or preacher at Mortlake.Lawyer James Barry (1603-1673), who was recorder of Dublin and knighted in 1634, owned a property in Mortlake.
- Architect John Francis Bentley (1839-1902), who is best known as the architect of Westminster Cathedral, is buried at Mortlake Roman Catholic Cemetery.
- Sir Willaim Blizard (1743-1835), who was surgeon at Mortlake and President of Royal College of Surgeons.
- Architect Sir Arthur William Blomfield (1829-1899), who designed chancel of Mortlake Church.
- Politician, traveller and poet William Scawen Blunt (1840-1922), who grew up in Mortlake.
- Archeologist Sir John Peter Boileau (1794-1869), grew up in Mortlake.
- Cardinal Francis Alphonsus Bourne (1861-1935), who was best known as Archbishop of Westminster and Curate at Mortlake Roman Catholic Church.
- Explorer and scholar Sir Richard Francis Burton (1821-1890) is buried at Mortlake Roman Catholic Cemetery.
- Politician Sir Benjamin Hawes (1797-1862), who lived at Fairfax House, Mortlake, from 1838 to 1843.
- Missionary Ebenezer Henderson (1784-1858), who dies in Mortlake.
- Author Sir William Herbert (1552-1593), who lived in Mortlake.