Carpet Cleaning Elmstead BR7
Independent Carpet Cleaning company in Elmstead
Our great experience and unique approach are the key to the success of our company. Anyclean is a leading carpet cleaning provider in Elmstead BR7 and we have been servicing the area since 1998. The reason so many customers use our service is the perfect service they receive at a very reasonable price. We work with the most motivated and skilled carpet cleaners who are dedicated to provide the best carpet cleaning service our customers deserve.
Bacteria, Dust and Dirt Removal
- Professional carpet cleaning
- Hot water extraction method
- Dry HOST carpet cleaning
- Rotary shampoo
- Stain removal
- Scotchguard protection
- Anti-static treatment
Available seven days a week, our services are popular in Elmstead BR7 and the neighbouring areas. We offer an outstanding carpet cleaning at very competitive prices for both residential and commercial premises. Your carpets will be soft, bright, healthy and clean after we carefully treat them with our specialised equipment.
Carpet Cleaning Price List
We cover all areas in and around M25 and we do not charge extra for travelling. For a free no obligation quote please call 020 7099 6964 or use the price list below:
Staircase (up to 12 steps)
Minimum spend £50.00. Prices exclude VAT. Congestion charge and parking fees may apply.
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Efficient Products and Equipment
With our powerful equipment we really get the job done effectively and professionally. To clean the carpets of our clients in Elmstead BR7 we don't use domestic carpet cleaning machines. We have entrusted Prochem as their equipment is reliable and really clean the carpet in depth, combined with the products they supply. Our carpet cleaners are trained to successfully remove all kinds of stains and apply techniques developed by the National Carpet Cleaning Association.
NCCA Trained Cleaners
Trained certified by the NCCA, our carpet cleaners Elmstead possess a valuable knowledge and experience in the art of cleaning carpets. They clean each carpet with care and respect and they love their job, that's why they do it with a smile. You no longer have to make attempts to clean your carpets yourself, our technicians are available seven days.
Best Possible Results Guaranteed
We guarantee all work will be done in accordance with the Health & Safety regulations and the standards of the NCCA. When you book a professional carpet cleaning Elmstead BR7 service, that's what you should get and we will come back free of charge to re-clean any areas which you consider not treated with care.
Carpet cleaning Elmstead and the neighbouring areas:
Did you know that in Elmstead BR7 we also offer
Window Cleaning Elmstead
End of Tenancy Cleaning Elmstead
Domestic Cleaning Elmstead
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- The name of the area was first recorded in 1320 as ‘Elmsted’, meaning ‘the place where elm trees grow’. According to a map of the early 1760s, there was a house known as Emsted Place in the site, and around 1797 a gazetteer added yet another interpretation on the name, by calling the hamlet settlement Hamsted. The gazetteer reported that the settlement had just one gentleman’s house, which was most likely the Emsted Place, and that the premises belonged to a Pall Mall bookseller. The rest of the local area was said to include farms and labourers cottages.
- Elmstead Woods railway station. The local railway station was built in 1865. It was the last station to open from the railway line from St John’s to Chislehurst, whose construction was launched in 1865. The ‘Wood’ affix to the name was added four years after the station was opened, presumably to attract day-trippers from the central London suburbs. Most of the facilities that surround the station were constructed up in the early 20th century due to the expansion and constantly growing population of Chislehurst.
- Elmstead Pit is one of the most noted attractions in Elmstead BR7. Located just beside the railway station, it is a geological Site of Special Scientific Interest where fossils from the Eocene epoch, which is approximately 50 million years ago, has been excavated. It comprises a small area of 0.05hectare and was formally known as the Rock Pits. The pit exposes an important geological strata of the Oldhaven, or alternatively known as Blackheath Beds. Blackheath Beds refers to a marine deposits, which were built up some 50 mill years ago, and consist of a rich and diverse selection of fossils fauna, such as fish scales and sharks fins. The geological features that were discovered on the site help scientists to explain the changes in the disposition of land and see in the London Area. Unfortunately, the Elmstead Pit is located on land that belongs to the Sundbridge Park Golf Club and there is no public access.