Carpet Cleaning Piccadilly W1
Trusted Carpet Cleaning Company Piccadilly
We are a carpet cleaning specialist company servicing Piccadilly W1 and the neighbouring areas. Our company was established in 1998 and since then we built strong relationships with clients who recommended us and our business grew exponentially.
Highest Level of Service
Before we clean each carpet, we pre inspects its condition and the material it is made of in order to choose the best cleaning method and the right chemicals. Unlike our competitors, we don't use one and a same way to clean your carpet, but instead we try to understand what care your carpet requires and we treat every carpet according to its requirements.
For your convenience, we have published our price list to give you an idea about our charges and to assure you we offer a competitive service.
|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 Method
We use hot water extraction method to successfully remove all dirt from the carpet fibers and we also carry out specialist stain removal techniques on visible stains to make your carpet look beautiful and clean. For additional freshness we also use deodoriser which makes our customers pleased with their soft flooring.
Equipment & Chemicals
Before we take the decision to buy the Prochem machines, we conducted a market research. With their powerful motors, our machines are able to extract all of the dirt and bacteria stuck deep into the carpet fibers. Because of the high pressure, these machines are able to clean even the dirtiest carpet and leave it fresh and bright.
NCCA Certified Cleaners
Our carpet cleaning Piccadily technicians are trained and vetted and they travel all around London to clean the carpets of all customers who have chosen Anyclean as their carpet cleaning provider. Their speiality is to treat carpets professionally and to take care of the floors of all our residential and commercial clients.
Our promise to our lovely customers is that we will treat their carpet individually in the best possible way to ensure customer satisfaction. We guarantee excellent results will be achieved at all times and we will listen to all your requirements. Should this all is not met, we will come back free of charge to re-clean any areas upon request.
Carpet cleaning Piccadilly and other areas:
- Carpet Cleaning Bayswater
- Carpet Cleaning Belgravia
- Carpet Cleaning Camden
- Charing Cross
- Covent Garden
- Gospel Oak
- Grays Inn
- Kings Cross N1
- Carpet Cleaning Knightsbridge
- Carpet Cleaning Paddington
- Primrose Hill
- Regents Park
- Somers Town
- St Pancras
- Carpet Cleaning Westminster
Did you know that in Piccadilly W1 we also offer
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Cleaning Services Piccadilly
- Saint James’s Piccadilly is an inclusive Christian Church, community and network based at 197 Piccadilly, in West End, London. This parish church is part of the Diocese of London and the world wide Anglican Communion. St James’s Piccadilly was designed by Christopher Wren, and consecrated in 1684.
- The Egyptian Hall which was built in 1812 and designed by G.F. Robinson, was a museum of natural history. It was built in the ancient Egyptian style and demolished in 1905 to make rooms for new blocks of flats and offices.
- Piccadilly Circus is situated rights in the middle of the West End. Contrary to its name, it is not a circus at all, but a large road junction where Piccadilly, Regent Street, Shaffesbury Avenue and Haymarket intersect.
- On the south side of Piccadilly Circus you will find the Statue of Eros, placed at the top of the Shaffesbury memorial fountain. This angel statue is one of the London’s icons.
- Piccadilly Theatre is located just up Shaffesbury Avenue, at 16 Denman Street in Soho W1. This fascinating Art deco theatre, concealed by a simple exterior, has a huge auditorium decorated in shocking pink and still keeps its beautiful original light fittings.
Historically interesting buildings, attractions and sights in or nearby Piccadilly W1:
- Royal Academy of Arts. Based in the Birlington House, in Piccadilly W1, it has a unique position of being independent and privately funded art institution. The Royal Academy of Arts was founded by George II, in 1768, and since its foundation it has always been led by eminent artist and architects.
- Midland Bank. Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1922, and located at 196a Piccadilly this building is now used as an art gallery for Hauser & Wirth.
- Fortnum & Mason, situated at 181 Piccadilly.
- Hatchards. Located at 187 Piccadilly, it is the city’s oldest bookseller, dating back to 1797.
- Burlington House. Built in 1664 and situated at 50 Piccadilly W1, it is the last of the grand houses that once lined Piccadilly.
- Burlington Arcade, at 52 Piccadilly. It was the first shopping arcade in Britain, opened in 1819.
- Norwich Union Building, situated on the corner of St James Street, at 162-165 Piccadilly.
- The Wolseley, at 160 Piccadilly. Although it opened to the public in 2003, the building dates back to the 1920s, when it was built to house a car showroom.