Welcome

Residents of Cricklewood, NW2 can now take advantage of the most complete carpet cleaning service package in the area. We are here to offer them a top quality carpet cleaning service that will certainly get rid of the toughest stains and restore the good condition of any carpet. We
specialize in cleaning all types of carpets, rugs, upholstery, curtains and blinds. In order to do this, we utilize a wide range of cleaning techniques that swiftly deliver satisfying results.

We know that many people avoid cleaning services in particular, because they are worried by the fact of having a complete stranger in their home. If you are staying away from cleaning services because of this, then you should know that we have personally interviewed each one
of our workers. Their background and past references have been thoroughly checked as well and we guarantee for their reliability and professionalism. Furthermore, we have a flawless insurance policy, so you’ll receive compensation if anything in your home is damaged during
the cleaning process.

There isn’t a carpet which we can’t clean and we guarantee that there isn’t a stain which we can’t remove. Our workers take advantage of modern cleaning methods and the most modern cleaning products and equipment on the market. This combined with their experience and skills results in magnificent carpet cleaning procedures that achieve the desired results.

The district of Cricklewood is situated in the center of northern London. It is one of the major residential areas of England’s capital city and it is also one of the oldest inhabited places in the area. The first information of Cricklewood dates from 1086 when it was mentioned in the Domesday Book. However, recent research shows that the area has was already inhabited during the Saxon Age.

There are many interesting landmarks, attractions and historic sites in this district, but one of the most popular places is certainly the Gothic tower of St. Mary’s Church. This unique construction dates back to the 13th century. It is currently the oldest building in the northern
part of London.

A more modern attraction is the Avenue House which is located on the East End Road. Margaret Thatcher, ex-Prime Minister for 33 years, lived in Cricklewood. The district is well known for the large number of transport points situated there. Henly’s Corner is crossed by the A1 and A406 main roads. Residents of Cricklewood have quick access to four tube stations that connect the district with the rest of the capital city.