Carpet Cleaning Barking IG11
Anyclean Provides Carpet Cleaning in Barking
With our service we will prolong the life of your carpet by maintaining the colour and remove harmful bacteria. Having serviced Barking IG11 for the past fifteen years, we provide a better living and working environment for our customers. We use specialised equipment and techniques to provide efficient service each time.
Seven Days A Week Service
With the use of our powerful equipment and the qualifications of our technicians, we offer to our clients many advantages which include:
- Professional carpet cleaning
- Hot water extraction method
- Dry HOST carpet cleaning
- Rotary shampoo
- Stain removal
- Scotchguard protection
- Anti-static treatment
You will convince yourself that our prices for carpet cleaning Barking IG11 are very competitive from the price list below:
Staircase (up to 12 steps)
Minimum spend £50.00. Prices exclude VAT. Congestion charge and parking fees may apply.
Get A Quote
For more information please call 020 7099 6964 or contact us by e-mail.
Experienced Cleaning Team
We at Anyclean understand how important for yourself your carpets are and we know that keeping them clean and fresh require something more than a regular vacuuming. For their welcoming and pleasant appearance, a hot water extraction is the right method of cleaning which we know very well how to practice in Barking IG11.
Efficient Carpet Cleaning Equipment
Anyclean has invested in powerful cleaning machines manufactured by leading companies in the industry. Using hot water produced by the powerful heater our machines have is crucial for the carpet to be thoroughly cleaned and the marks to be removed. For this reason we have made our selection as we would like to make our customers delighted from our service.
NCCA Trained Technicians
Our carpet cleaners use the latest cleaning equipment and eco-friendly cleaning materials manufactured by the leading companies in the industry. Apart from being professional, polite and reliable, our carpet cleaners Barking IG11 will always listen to your requirements and will try their best to fulfill your needs.
For your complete satisfaction, we guarantee all the work will be carried out according to the standards of the NCCA and should you are not entirely happy with the results we have achieved on your carpets in Barking IG11, we promise to come back free of charge and further treat the desired areas.
Carpet cleaning Barking and the neighbouring areas:
- Becontree Heath
- East Ham
- Seven Kings
- Upton Park
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Interesting places in Barking IG11:
- Barking Park. Located in Longbridge Road and opened in 1898, it is the oldest public park in the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham. Barking Park comprises nearly 30 ha, including a 910 metre long lake, tree lined avenues, ornamental areas, playing fields and facilities for football, bowls and boating. The park is also host to a number of annual events and activities, organised by the Barking Park Education and Outreach Ranger Service. This includes the East London Mela, November Fireworks Display, as well as guided walks. Barking Park is managed and maintained by the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham and, since the dedicated Ranger Service was established in 2008, it is staffed seven days a week.
- Barking Abbey. Located just a short distance from Barking town centre between Abbey Road and Broadway, there are the ruins of the Barking Abbey together with the Curfew Tower situated alongside the ancient Parish Church of St Margaret. Recent excavations have been carried on the site, reveling some of the remains of the first abbey of Erkenwald. Objects and artifacts that have been found include carved bone, jewelry, gold thread, pottery and glassmaking show, which have turned Barking Abbey into one of Europe’s most important religious archaeological sites. The remains of the Barking Abbey are open to the public and there is no admission charge.
- Eastbury Manor House. Architecturally distinguished and well preserved, it is a fine example of a medium sized brick built Elizabethan manor house. Built by Clement Sysley, a rich Essex merchant, it was used as a merchant’s house. Recent restoration has been carried in the building, revealing some notable 17th century wall painting on the first floor. Daniel Defoe describes Eastbury Manor House as a place “where tradition says the Gunpowder Treason plot was first contrived”. Today the manor house is managed by the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham. It is open to the public and is also used as a heritage, art and community centre.