Carpet Cleaning Mortlake SW14
Professional Carpet Care Services
Anyclean has been serving residential and commercial carpet cleaning customers in Mortlake SW14 since 2003. We treat carpets and rugs with the utmost respect and professionalism. Your complete satisfaction is our number one priority therefore we have invested in expertly trained carpet care technicians. With Anycleans powerful equipment and superior spot and stain removal techniques your carpet fibres will look refreshed and full of life. Thousands of customers in Mortlake have been using us for many years. Our NCCA trained and certified carpet cleaners are proud to serve SE14 homes with the respect and care they deserve.
Our Carpet Cleaning Methods At A Glance
- Professional carpet cleaning
- Hot water extraction
- Dry HOST carpet cleaning
- Rotary shampoo
- Stain and spot removal
- Scotchguard protection
To get your carpets cleaned and disinfected you can call Anyclean. We offer a great solution regardless of your carpet type and colour as we have products suitable for all fabric materials. We listen to our customers' requirements, although we also apply our knowledge and expertise to choose the right treatment for your carpet.
Mortlake Carpet Cleaning Prices
Below is our price list which is an estimate of what we charge to clean domestic carpet floor coverings. We provide written quotes based onvarious factors i.e. the size of your carpeted rooms, current condition, carpet construction etc. In most cases this will be the price we will charge, however prices may differ from the ones below.
Staircase (up to 12 steps)
Minimum spend £50.00. Prices exclude VAT. Congestion charge and parking fees may apply.
Get A Quote
To get an estimate for carpet cleaning in Mortlake, please call 020 7099 6964 or send us an e-mail.
One of the advantages of using our services is that you will be provided with the most friendly, efficient and reliable carpet cleaning service in Mortlake SW14 you deserve. We know that accidential spillages happen even though you try to keep your carpet clean at all times. That's where Anyclean comes to help - we treat all types of stains with specialised spot removers leaving your carpet in a perfet condition.
Approved Techniques & Equipment
To achieve good results, a top professional equipment is needed and that's what we have invested in. Apart from the commercial grade carpet extraction machines we use, various spotting products are deployed to remove marks and dirt from your carpet and rug fibres. Our Mortlake carpet cleaners will pre treat any marks and stains, and will advise you if any of them are permanent and could not be removed.
Experienced Carpet Cleaners
The technicians who work for Anyclean are able to provide a free advice on how to maintain your carpet clean and healthy after they have cleane it toroughly. The methods they use are efficient and they successfully remove spots, marks and alergens. They always come to your property uniformed and ready to do their best for your carpet.
Our Company Guarantee
If it happens that we were not able to remove all spots and dirt during the carpet cleaning process, we are almost certain there will be no other method or product which will do it any better, although we would be happy to return free of charge and treat the area of concern upon request.
We Service Clients in the Following Areas:
- Bedford Park
- East Sheen
- Kingston Vale
- North Sheen
- Turnham Green
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Interesting Stuff About Mortlake...
- Mortlake was originally a riverside, rural settlement. There still remain a few early houses, which date from the late 15th century, alongside the riverfront at Thames Bank.
- The area was mentioned in the Domesday Book as Mortelege, which is though to men “a small stream containing young salmon. According to the Domesday Book, the large Manor of Mortlake included Putney and Wimbledon. It was held by the Archbishop of Canterbury until the 16th century.
- During the early 17th century a tapestry works was set up on the area of Mortlake. After its closure, market gardening and brewing became the main industries in Mortlake.
- Mortlake is the finishing point of the annual Oxford v Cambridge boat race, which takes place in March. Mortlake Stone is the stone next to the Thames at Mortlake that marks the finishing point of the famous boat race between Oxford and Cambridge Universities.
Notable people associated with Mortlake, and who most likely did not clean their own carpet but hired cleaning firms:
- Statesman Henry Addington (1757-1844), who was best known as Prime Minister from 1801-1804 is buried in Mortlake. In 1801 George III gave him White Lodge, Richmond Park.
- Architect Stanley Davenport (1868-1946), who was best known as first professor of town planning at London University lived at Suthrey House in Mortlake from 1915-1924.
- John Anstis, the elder (1669-1744). He lived and died in Mortlake at a house located between Thames street and river.
- John Anstis, the younger (1708-1754), who also lived and died in Mortlake.
- Actor and dramatist Robert Armin (1565-1610). Best known as Member of the Lord Chamberlain’s Company of Players with Augustine Phillips, who lived by the river at Mortlake.
- Judge Sir James Bacon (1798-1895). He lived at Fairfax House, Mortlake, between 1851 and 1860.
- Nonconformist, Mathew Barker (1619-1698), who was lecturer or preacher at Mortlake.Lawyer James Barry (1603-1673), who was recorder of Dublin and knighted in 1634, owned a property in Mortlake.
- Architect John Francis Bentley (1839-1902), who is best known as the architect of Westminster Cathedral, is buried at Mortlake Roman Catholic Cemetery.
- Sir Willaim Blizard (1743-1835), who was surgeon at Mortlake and President of Royal College of Surgeons.
- Architect Sir Arthur William Blomfield (1829-1899), who designed chancel of Mortlake Church.
- Politician, traveller and poet William Scawen Blunt (1840-1922), who grew up in Mortlake.
- Archeologist Sir John Peter Boileau (1794-1869), grew up in Mortlake.
- Cardinal Francis Alphonsus Bourne (1861-1935), who was best known as Archbishop of Westminster and Curate at Mortlake Roman Catholic Church.
- Explorer and scholar Sir Richard Francis Burton (1821-1890) is buried at Mortlake Roman Catholic Cemetery.
- Politician Sir Benjamin Hawes (1797-1862), who lived at Fairfax House, Mortlake, from 1838 to 1843.
- Missionary Ebenezer Henderson (1784-1858), who dies in Mortlake.
- Author Sir William Herbert (1552-1593), who lived in Mortlake.