Carpet Cleaning in E18 Woodford

Our carpet cleaning in Woodford E18, what you can expect:

  • Carpet Cleaning with special equipment from Prochem
  • Hot Water extraction method or dry carpet cleaning method
  • Trained and insured cleaners
  • Friendly and reliable staff
  • non toxic cleaning chemicals
  • quick dry (10-15 minutes)
  • No Hidden or Additional charges
  • You will pay only for the cleaning

Our method for carpet cleaning in Woodford E18 is Hot Water Extraction the most effective method of cleaning carpets and upholstery. The dirty carpet is literally washed and thoroughly cleaned with the special Machines Steempro 2000 Power Max from Prochem. You can feel secure that we use only safe, biodegradable, non-toxic and non-irritant chemicals and formulas to deep-clean all types of carpets and rugs, based on the manufacturer's recommendations only.

 

Our carpet cleaning in Woodford E18 is absolutely professional and our prices are the best in the town. You will pay only for the cleaning, no additional or hidden charges. NO VAT, company or franchise charges. Our customers pay only for the carpet cleaning. You will know the price before we start! Just call on 02034417624 or 07889908629.

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We offer End of Tenancy cleaning and Regular domestic cleaning from £6 as well. Just call on 02034417624 or 07889908629 and we will discus your cleaning needs! You can use our on-line Contact form.

Did you know that?

Woodford is a large suburban town in northeast London, England, occupying the north-western part of the London Borough of Redbridge. It is located approximately 9.5 miles (15.3 km) northeast of Charing Cross and is divided into the neighbourhoods of Woodford Green, Woodford Bridge andSouth Woodford.

It was historically a string of agrarian villages surrounded by Epping Forest in the county of Essex until the clearing of the forest and improvement in communications caused the local economy to shift away from agriculture. As part of the suburban growth of London at the turn of the 20th century, Woodford significantly increased in population, becoming a municipal boroughwith neighbouring Wanstead in 1937 and has formed part of Greater London since 1965.

Woodford is divided between three parliamentary constituencies including Chingford and Woodford Green which is currently represented byConservative Iain Duncan Smith, who was the party's leader from 2001 to 2003. Chingford and Woodford Green is separated from Ilford North by the Central Line, whilst a small part of South Woodford is in Leyton and Wanstead constituency. Previously the local constituency wasWanstead and Woodford (1974–1997) and before that Woodford (1945–1974) which was represented by Winston Churchill between 1945 and 1964. Churchill is commemorated by a statue on the green at Woodford.

Woodford, E18 London. What's in a name?

The name Woodford immediately suggests that the village was named after a wood and a ford. The village still has a wood and a ford. The ford however, is more than a mile from where the settlement is most likely to have started (in the area now known as Church Street), and the wood (known locally as The Shrubbery) cannot be described as ancient woodland. Records suggest that it was planted around 1700. The village most likely was named after the wooded slopes of the valley that most probably existed 1000 years ago and possibly a ford across the river. (The Ancient Rockingham Forest extended to the River Nene at that time). The river was obviously not controlled and would have been bordered by marshland and reed beds. In the late 1950’s (prior to the river being dredged and subjected to ever increasing control) the Headteacher (at that time) took soundings of the river bed and found that there was a stretch just upstream from the church that was markedly shallower than other sections of the waterway. This may or may not have been an extension of the green lane (Ham Lane), which cuts across the fields from Ringstead and stops rather abruptly. No documentation, however, supports this theory.

If you want to know more please, visit History of Woodford E18!