Carpet Cleaning Gospel Oak NW1
Anyclean Proudly Provides Carpet Cleaning in Gospel Oak
If it is time to clean the carpets in your home or office, Anyclean has the best solution for you. Invested in the latest cleaning equipment, we provide the service you need at a professional level and very reasonable price. Operating in the Gospel Oak NW1 area, we leave a large number of premises spotless every day. Our great service is the reason for the loyalty customer base and the success of our business.
Service You Can Relay On
- Professional carpet cleaning
- Hot water extraction method
- Dry HOST carpet cleaning
- Rotary shampoo
- Stain removal
- Scotchguard protection
- Anti-static treatment
We provide dedicated carpet cleaning service in Gospel Oak NW1 seven days a week and we are able to remove tough stains, dirt and bacteria. It has always been our pleasure to clean the carpets of our customers and to make their home or work environment healthier and cleaner.
We provide a top quality service at an affordable price as we believe that our carpet cleaning service Gospel Oak NW1 should be available to all of the customers who have entrusted Anyclean. Please check our prices below or give us a call on 020 7099 6964.
|Staircase (up to 12 steps)||£18.00|
|Small rug (up to 2 sq m)||£15.00|
|Large rug (3-6 sq m)||£25.00|
|Extra large rug ( more than 6 sq m)||£40.00|
Healthy Indoor Environment
Carpets are a great investment for your home or office and with the correct cleaning method, you can extend their life and maintain their appearance. We guarantee that our service is suitable for your carpet and it will improve its look and hygiene.
Proven Carpet Cleaning Equipment
The cleaning machines which we have chosen to provide our carpet cleaning Gospel Oak NW1 service with are among the best ones offered on the market. They generate high pressure to clean the carpet and use powerul suction to extract the lifted dirt and bacteria.
Top Carpet Cleaners in Gospel Oak
Our specialised team of professional cleaners in Gospel Oak NW1 is able to service residential and business customers effectively. Anyclean's carpet cleaning technicians are trained, vetted and they have been selected to work for one of the most prestigious company in London becuase they are experienced, hard working, reliable and friendly.
Quick response & Satisfaction Guarantee
We are confident we can meet all your requirements when it comes to cleaning carpets in Gospel Oak perfectly. As part of our commitment we offer a free re-clean should it happens you are not entirely satisfied with what we have done to your carpet.
Carpet cleaning Gospel Oak and the neighbouring areas:
- Barnsbury N1
- Barnsbury N7
- Belsize Park
- Camden Town
- Chalk Farm
- Grays Inn
- Hackney N1
- High Holborn
- Kentish Town
- Kings Cross
- Kings Cross
- Lisson Grove NW1
- Lisson Grove NW8
- Little Venice W2
- Oxford Street
- Primrose Hill NW1
- Primrose Hill NW3
- Primrose Hill NW8
- Regents Park
- Regent Street
- Russell Square
- Somers Town
- South Hampstead
- St Johns Wood
- St Pancras
- St Pancras
- Swiss Cottage
- Tottenham Court Road
- Tufnell Park
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Cleaning Services Gospel Oak
Interesting Places Around Gospel Oak...
- The name Gospel Oak comes from an oak tree, under which local people gathered to hear an annual gospel reading when the settlement was still rural. Development of the area began in the mid 19th century when local landlords were Lords Southampton, Lisburne and Mansfield. Plans were made for refined streets starting from Lismore Circus but, due to the two local railway lines were extended, the first buildings to be build were two and three-storey cottages. The cottages were predominantly occupied by navies and quarrelsome shoemakers. Later Gospel Oak became more respectable residential area, though the poet Sir John Benjamin and his family felt they were a cut above this neighbourhood, when the family moved to West Hill. Two architecturally remarkable churches were built in Gospel Oak.
- St Martin Church. Located on Vicars Road, this church was designed by Edward Buckton Lamb and erected in 1865. The architectural historian Nikolaus Pevsner describes the building as “the craziest of London’s Victorian churches”. Situated just a stone throw away from Parliament Hill the most notable feature of this Grade I listed building is its tall tower, the pinnacles of which were removed after damage. All six of the original church bells have inscriptions and are still regularly used. Once inside, you will probably be fascinated most by the huge dark timber roof, making an impression of space beneath. It also has two memorial windows, by the William Morris London factory, which were given in the early 1900s and picture Christ the Good Shepherd and St Cecilia, who is considered the patron saint of music.
- All Hallow Church, Gospel Oak. The other church was completely built in 1901 and was described by Pevsner as a “masterpiece”. The land for the church has been purchased from the Earl of Mansfield in 1888 and the construction work was started in 1892. In January 1901 the Nave was consecrated by the Bishop of Islington, and one month later All Hallows officially became a Parish Church. By the mid 1910s, the Chancel, the great four-manual organ, and the latter were added. Situated on Savernake Road, close to the pedestrian bridge to Hampstead Heath, the church is in the northern part of the neighbourhood. Today All Hallow is the largest parish in Hampstead, covering the area from Downshire Hill to Belsiz Park and Gospel Oak stations.