Carpet Cleaning Westminster Belgravia Pimlico SW1 London
Anyclean Provides Carpet Cleaning in Westminster
Our company was established in 1998 as a family run business providing quality and reliable carpet cleaning service to residential and commercial customers in and around Westminster SW1 We use the best method to remove dirt, bacteria and allergens deep down from your carpet.
Residential & Commercial Cleaning
When choosing the type of floor at your home or office, you should be aware that they are a preferred living environment of dust mites and other bacteria. For this reason the carpet need to be steam cleaned regularly not just remove the bacteria stuck into the fibers, but also to improve its overall look and condition. We at Anyclean provide a first class carpet cleaning Westminster SW1 at an affordable price.
Our prices are among the most competitive ones available on the market as we would like to reward our customers with the best carpet cleaning service at the lowest possible cost. Please check our price list for more details or call 020 7099 6964.
Staircase (up to 12 steps)
Minimum spend £50.00. Prices exclude VAT. Congestion charge and parking fees may apply.
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Carpet cleaning significantly reduces the chance of allergies and other health reactions caused by the filthiness of your carpet. With our service you will get at the end a clean carpet which not only visibly has a difference, but it will be healthy and fresh.
High Quality Equipment
With our powerful equipment, we are able to maintain the condition and appearance of your carpets by making them healthy and fresh. We have invested in the latest carpet cleaning equipment available on the market and we have successfully cleaned the carpets of several people living in Westminster SW1.
NCCA Trained Carpet Cleaners
Our carpet cleaners are dedicated to provide our customers with fantastic results when cleaning their carpets. We are proud we work with the most professional and friendly carpet cleaners in Westminster SW1. They all have walked a long way until they start to provide carpet cleaning services for our customers.
Along with the flexibility our carpet cleaning service in Westminster SW1 service offers, we have included our 100% customer satisfaction guarantee to assure you that you have made the right choice for carpet cleaning. If you are not happy with the results, we will come back free of charge and further treat your carpet.
To get a quote for carpet cleaning call 020 7099 6964.
Carpet cleaning Westminster and the neighbouring areas:
- Charing Cross
- Covent Garden
- Leicester Square
- Little Venice
- Nine Elms
- Oxford Street
- Regent Street
- Sloane Square
- South Kensington
- South Lambeth
- Tottenham Court Road
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Interesting Places in Westminster...
- The Palace of Westminster, which is now more commonly referred to as the House of Parliament, began life as a royal residence in 1042 under Edward the Confessor. The major structure of the Palace, Westminster Hall, was built between 1087 and 1100 and is among the Europe’s largest medieval halls constructed with an unsupported hammerbeam roof. Today the Palace of Westminster consists of 1,000 rooms, 11 courtyards, 8 bars and 6 restaurants. Bars and restaurants are to serve MPs, staff, Lords and their guests but on the site there is also a small cafeteria for visitors. Here are also the Houses of Parliament – House of Lords and House of Commons. Although the Parliament buildings look much older, they were built in 1860 to replace the original Houses of Parliament, which were destroyed by fire in 1834.
- Whitehall is another feature of national significance situated in the area of Westminster SW1. Running from the Parliament Square to Trafalgar Square, this historic street is noted the centre of the British Government, as it houses many departmental and ministerial buildings. The most famous building in Whitehall is 10 Downing Street – the home of the Prime Minister. In the centre of Whitehall is the Cenotaph, a war memorial commemorating the British Empire and Commonwealth servicemen who died in the two World Wars. The original Cenotaph was erected by wood and plaster for the first anniversary of the Armistice in 1919. The monument we see today was built by Portland Stone and constructed just a year later in 1920.
- Whitehall we see today was established on the site of Whitehall Palace, which was the residence of court until it was almost completely destroyed by fire. The only surviving section of the 14th century palace is the Banquet House. For centuries the Banquet House was the Europe’s largest royal palace and today it continues to give home to many royal and social occasions and events.