Carpet Cleaning Kingston upon Thames KT1
Trustworthy Carpet Cleaning Company Kingston upon Thames
We are a small carpet cleaning company dedicated to provide a high quality service to all residents in Kingston upon Thames KT1. All our carpet cleaning technicians have attended specialised training courses and have been awarded with certificated. This is a proof of our professional approach to the art of carpet cleaning and we are proud on our reputation across London.
Quick Response Time
- Additional treatment on the heavy traffic areas
- Fast carpet drying
- Spotless and fresh carpets
- Steam cleaning method
- Anti-static treatment
- Vetted carpet cleaners
You can get an excellent carpet cleaning Kingston upon Thames at low prices thanks to Anyclean. Please check our price list below for more information on our charges or give us a call on 020 7099 6964 to get a quote.
Staircase (up to 12 steps)
Minimum spend £50.00. Prices exclude VAT. Congestion charge and parking fees may apply.
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The Right Cleaning Method Used
As a reputable carpet cleaning company in Kingston upon Thames KT1, we have always made our customers happy and satisfied with our cleaning services. We can say that we are experts in cleaning soft floorings and you have to be sure that your carpets will be treatened by professionals. We provide both steam and dry carpet cleaning which are the most efficient carpet cleaning methods.
Trained, Vetted and Uniformed Cleaners
The carpet cleaners at Anyclean are among the most experienced and qualified in Kingston upon Thames KT1. They are supplied with the latest equipment at the cleaning market. We trained them to deliver only high quality cleaning services as we know that our customers deserve excellent service. You can easily get one of those professionals for your carpet cleaning and you will pay a very reasonable price.
Family Safe Cleaning Products
As a leading professional carpet cleaning company in Kingston upon Thames KT1, we don't make any compromise when it comes to the equipment. We bet on the latest and the best machines in the cleaning industry. We also invest in eco-friendly and bio degradable cleaning materials because we have in mind your health. The professional carpet cleaning treatment from Anyclean decreases the occurrence of allergies and asthma.
As a leading professional carpet cleaning compan in Kingston upon Thames KT1, Anyclean offers free of charge re-cleaning of the areas which you didn't like. In that way we guarantee that you didn't wasted your money when hired a professional cleaner.
Carpet cleaning Kingston upon Thames and the neighbouring areas:
- Bushy Park
- East Molesey
- Hampton Court Palace
- Hampton Wick
- Long Ditton
- Motspur Park
- New Malden
- West Molesey
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Interesting Places in the Area...
- Kingsfisher Leisure Centre. Located in Fairfield Road, Kingston Upon Thames KT1, this centre offers excellent modern leisure facilities to the vibrant community of Kingston. The centre is owned by the borough Council and operated privately on its behalf. It is included with a 25 metre, tropical style, swimming pool that has a wave machine attached. Kingfisher Leisure Centre has also an air-conditioned, state-of-the-art gym with more than 65 pieces of modern fitness stations. There are also two squash courts and crèche facilities on the site of the leisure centre, as well as a health spa facility, included with sauna and steam rooms.
- Kingston Bridge. It is thought that there was a crossing place at the river in the area of Kensington for several thousand years because of the position of the Thames basin. It is also considered that when Roman Emperor Julius Ceasar visited England he passed the river at the site where the Kingston Bridge stands today. Kingston Bridge was the only crossing point of the River Thames between London Bridge and Staines Bridge until 1729, when the Putney Bridge was constructed. The first bridge here was placed around 1219, made by wood, and it was in 1825 when Edward Lapidge designed and built the current stone bridge. This beautiful creation is considered the envy of many in the architectural world.
- Kingston Museum. Located in Wheatfield Way, Kingston Upon Thames KT1, the museum was established in 1904, though much of both the interior and exterior were largely restored during the 1990s. Kingston Museum tracks the town’s illustrious history, its royal connections, as well as the way locals have lived in this beautiful riverside locality for the last few thousand years. The facility has on displays a large number of local artefacts, manuscripts and literature sources, relating to Kingston and its community. On the site of the museum there is also an art gallery and local history research rooms.