Professional deep steam carpet cleaning in BOW E3. We offer professional carpet cleaning services in Bow E3. Multi Clean offer a wide range cleaning services in Bow E3: carpet cleaning, rug cleaning, upholstery cleaning, mattress cleaning, end of tenancy cleaning, domestic cleaning, regular cleaning. Our philosophy is that a truly happy customer will be our customer for life and will be a source of new business to create more happy customers.
Our mission therefore is to ensure that you as our customer are not merely satisfied, but truly happy. We are professionals at:
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We cover all London post codes. Multi Clean cover with very short notice following areas:
Your carpet acts like a giant air filter in your home, collecting bacteria, pet dander, pollen, dust and soil from the environment. While frequent vacuuming can help keep dry soils at a minimum, a regular professional cleaning will deep clean the fibbers of your carpet and keep your air clean of pollutants. Help your carpet keep allergens at a minimum in your home this allergy season!
What to Expect from our carpet cleaning in Bow E3? Please See the video below!
Let us bring your carpet back to life. We promise to give your living areas the same thorough care as our thousands of other satisfied customers it’s why they choose Multi Clean Carpet Cleaning again and again.
We offer professional Upholstery Cleaning in Bow E3 as well.
At Multi Clean, we developed a unique, deep cleaning method, to clean and refresh your upholstery. It transforms not only your furniture but the appearance of your entire home, also. Please see the video below, what you can expect from our upholstery cleaning in Bow E3
For households with pets and small children, we recommend a combination of our unique deep cleaning method and Scotchgard Carpet Protection treatments. This powerful combination prevents stains from permanent saturation in your furniture.
Multi Clean offer professional End of tenancy cleaning in Bow E3.
No matter whether you are moving in or you just want to freshen up your home, our well prepared cleaners will make your property gleam.
What you can expect from ou End of Tenancy domestic or commercial cleaning?
Domestic cleaning includes cleaning of the kitchen, cleaning and polishing of all types of surfaces, thorough clean-up of the oven, the fridge, the freezer, the inside and outside of all kitchen cabinets, perfect cleaning of the kitchen tiles, dismantling (if possible) and cleaning up of the extractor fan the inside part of the kitchen window, the window frame, the sink, the faucet and the dishwasher, the washing machine, the kitchen doors and their handles, all sockets and switches, all walls (if it is possible and if they do not need painting), the skirting boards, even behind the fridges, cookers and electric appliances (if the time and situation allow)all spider webs and the dust all over the kitchen.
At the end of the service our cleaners will wash and disinfect the kitchen floor. Your kitchen will be fresh and clean.
Bow is part of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets in East London. People often believe that to be a true Cockney you need to be born within earshot of the sound of Bow Bells and that these are the bells of Bow Church in the heart of Bow. However, the saying actually refers to St Mary-le-Bow which is approxiamtely 3 miles west on Cheapside, in the City of London. The other central feature of Bow is the bridge across the River Lea. Today, the bridge is a four lane flyover, with both the Lea and Blackwall Tunnel approach passing beneath. The High Street has few active shops, with large scale post-war housing located to the south. The island church remains as a useful turning point for buses. The Blackwall Tunnel approach roads´ expansion from the two lane road existing at the beginning of the 20th century, to a six lane urban motorway has occupied land, at the expense of industry. What remains on the eastern side of the road, is a canal side enclave of small businesses and warehouses, with a large supermarket located at the canal bridge to Three Mills.
Bow has become associated with the E3 postcode district, which includes the surrounding districts of Bromley-by-Bow, Old Ford, Mile End and the transpontine Three Mills in Newham. The modern Tower Hamlets wards of west and east Bow are associated more with the postcode, than the settlement, and bounded by the Mile End Road, in the south; the River Lea, to the east; Victoria Park to the north; and Grove Road, in the west.
The Hertford Union Canal links the River Lee Navigation and the Regent's Canal, running west from Old Ford Lock, along the south side of Victoria Park and linking at a basin, just to the west of Grove Road and the park, in the north of Mile End.
Bow formed a part of the medieval parish of Stepney until becoming an independent parish in 1719. The parish vestry then undertook this responsibility, until a rising population created the need for the Poplar Board of Works, in 1855. This was superseded by the Metropolitan Borough of Poplar in 1900 until it, in turn, was absorbed into the modern London Borough of Tower Hamlets in 1965