All Carpets Cleaned performs thousands of carpet cleaning jobs for satisfied SE3 Blackheath customers every year. We have specialist carpet cleaners working with the latest dry-cleaning and steam-heat extraction chemicals and equipment provided by industry giant Prochem. Great prices, quality customer care and attention to detail make us the best in the profession. Call 020 3026 6126 now for your carpet cleaning appointment.
Please, take a minute and read some of our customers testimonials.
Our cleaners are based throughout SE3 Blackheath London and we work seven days a week. You can be sure we have a cleaner servicing your SE3 Blackheath area, and our office staff will help you to make an appointment that suits your schedule and all of your cleaning needs.
Our Carpet Cleaning Methods
Depending on the fabric, age and state of your carpets, we can provide dry-cleaning or steam-heat extraction cleaning of the highest quality. Steam-heat methods use high pressure and a variety of biodegradable cleaning chemicals to rid your carpets of any stains, dirt, dust and other unhealthy particles quickly and easily. Our equipment helps to minimize the risk of stretching or distension and removes unnecessary residual moisture on contact. If you have any further questions, please consult our Steam Carpet Cleaning or Dry Carpet Cleaning pages, or call one of our SE3 Blackheath office staff on 020 3026 6126 or send us an email.
Places of interest in and around SE3 Blackheath
Lewisham station is a main-line railway and Docklands Light Railway station in Lewisham, south east London. The main-line station serves the North Kent Line, Bexleyheath Line, South Eastern Main Line, Dartford Loop Line and Hayes Line. The Docklands Light Railway station opened in 1999, a southward extension from Island Gardens. (…)
, Greenwich Hospital and Canary Wharf beyond. One of the Royal Parks of London, and the first to be enclosed (in 1433), Greenwich Park is a former hunting park in Greenwich and one of the largest single green spaces in south east London. It covers and is part of the Greenwich World Heritage Site. It commands fine views over the River Thames, Isle of Dogs and the City of London