Carpet Cleaning Elmers End BR3
Carpet Cleaning Company Elmers End Established in 1998
Having a clean and healthy carpet isn't a burden anymore, With our specialised carpet cleaning service, your carpets will always look good, will last for many years to come and will be healthy for your family. As a local carpet cleaning company servicing Elmers End BR3 and the neighbouring areas, we aim to satisfy the needs of all our customers. You will be amazed by the quality you will receive and the small price you will pay for that.
Seven Days Service Available
- Professional carpet cleaning
- Hot water extraction method
- Dry HOST carpet cleaning
- Rotary shampoo
- Stain removal
- Scotchguard protection
- Anti-static treatment
With a long carpet cleaning experience, extensive training of all our staff and a powerful equipment, we offer a comprehensive carpet cleaning service in Elmers End BR3 delivered to your residential or commercial premises in the most convenient day and time for you.
Our prices are competitive and we offer a full professional cleaning in Elmers End BR3. Below is our price list with our starting prices, but for an accurate quote, please cal 020 7099 6964.
Single bedroom ....................£20.00
Double bedroom ....................£25.00
Staircase (up to 12 steps) ....................£18.00
Rug (small) ....................£15.00
Rug (large) ....................£25.00
Immediate & Adorable Results
For us, pre-inspeting the carpet and discussing with you any conserns you may have is an essential part of the carpet cleaning Elmers End in order for us to achieve the best cleaning results you carpets. The service we offer is a second to none as it is professional, reliable and affordable.
Chemicals & Equipment
The equipment our carpet cleaners Elmers End use is so powerful that no dirt and bacteria have a chance to stay. The hot water removes the grime which is extracted by the large vacuum motor. Using such a powerful machine guarantees perfect results and reduces the drying time significantly.
Highly Trained Tehnicians
With a long carpet cleaning experience, our carpet cleaning operatives in Elmers End are able to treat any type of carpet efficiently. They are uniformed, trained, vetted and fully insured. If you would like to meet one of our team members, do not hesitate to book your carpet cleaning on 020 7099 6964 and we guarantee excellent quality of service.
There is an adde benefit now to use Anyclean as your carpet cleaning service provider in Elmers End BR3 - we will come back free of charge to re-clean any areas which in your opinion have not been treated perfectly. Our carpet cleaners are always happy to prove their work and do whatever is best for your carpet.
Carpet cleaning Elmers End and the neighbouring areas:
- Bromley Common
- Eden Park
- Elmers End
- Hither Green
- Hither Green
- New Addington
- Park Langley
- South Norwood
- West Croydon
- West Wickham
Did you know that in Elmers End BR3 we also offer
End of Tenancy Cleaning Elmers End
Window Cleaning Elmers End
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Cleaning Services Elmers End
- Elmers End is a place in London Borough of Bromley, England. Elmers End station is a terminus for Tramlink services to Croydon as well as being on the railway between London Charing Cross and Hayes, Bromley.
- There are two leading theories about where the name Elmers End originated. The more romantic of the two is that a famous highwayman, Elmer, was hung at the crossroads, making it ‘Elmer’s end’. The less romantic, but possibly more historically accurate, reason is that there were a lot of elm trees in the area. This would, of course, logically result in the location being called Elms End. However the original Victorian railway companies were notorious for both getting place names wrong when naming their stations and for trying to make station names grander than was really justified so this explanation is quite plausible had it not been for the fact that Elmers End as a name clearly predates the coming of the railway by at least ten years.
- The old industrial estate which was on the south side of the railway track has mostly closed down. It is now a Tesco superstore. The former Bolloms paint factory site, on the opposite side of the road has been redeveloped into an industrial estate.
- South Norwood Country Park. Opened to the public in 1989, and comprising 126 acre of green space, it is the largest park in South Norwood. The park consists of a mix of countryside and parkland, as well as land that was formally used for sewage farms. There are three tram stops on the site, with the main one at Harrington Road, and the main entrance to the park is on Albert Road. Facilities include pitch and putt, lake, and a children’s playground. South Norwood Lake is man-made reservoir and is perhaps one of the most relaxing places in this area of London. It was built as part of the Croydon Canal and was initially owned by the Archbishop of Canterbury. Besides the lake, which is 28 acre and available for sailing and fishing, in this site of South Norwood Country Park you will find cricket wickets, tennis courts, basketball court and a bowling green area. The children’s playground at the park was closed in 2006 due to health and safety issues. It was in 2008 when Croydon Council re-built the playground on a site that was formally used as a pitch and putt course. Giving home to a wide and varied range of animals, the South Norwood Country Park is also a haven for wildlife and a very popular place for nature lovers.
- Beckenham United Reform Church. It is one of the most important Free Church venues of worship in this south London suburb. Housed in an interesting building, the church moved to its present location at 135 Upper Elmers End Road, in 1875 and has been serving the local community ever since. Beckenham United Reform Church is home to a congregation of who meet on a regular basis to take part in both private and communal worship and prayer. All members of the church are committed Christians, who are interested in the affairs of the community and get involved in a series of charitable and social functions to benefit those less fortunate than others. The church has also a few organisation and groups that use the church’s facilities. This includes Spanish Dancing, Pilates, Tai Chi Chuan, Janie Harris Ballet School, Laura Bruce Dance Academy, U3A Watercolour Group, Montessori, Crescent Club, and Luncheon Club.