Carpet Cleaning in SE1 Southwark

Carpet Cleaning SE1 Southwark

We offer carpet cleaning in SE1 Southwark London

Multi Clean offer excellent value professional carpet cleaning in Southwark SE1. Whether you require one room cleaned or a large house - we can offer you a first class service at a competitive price. Our carpet cleaning team in Southwark SE1 London offer a wide range of cleaning services: upholstery cleaning, mattress cleaning, rug cleaning, domestic cleaning, one off general cleaning, end of tenancy cleaning, wooden floor polishing, leather cleaning, and 24/7 emergency water flood damage restoration

We help your Carpets look like new as well as give you big savings on getting your carpets professionally cleaned by us. Every one costumer is very important for us. No too big or too small jobs. We cover all London!

Carpet Cleaning

We are a fully insured and highly experienced service provider in Southwark SE1 London, we have cleaned thousands of homes over the past 11 years. If you are moving out of your property and require professional cleaning services for your checkout or inventory - we can provide you with a fully itemised receipt. Our carpet cleaning team in Southwark SE1 London remain open and operational seven days a week, including Saturday & Sunday. If you have a short notice or emergency booking request, please feel free to call us at any time 24/7 on 0800 411 8778 or 02034417624. You can use our Contact form as well.

Carpet Cleaning services in Southwark SE1 London

Our carpet cleaning team in Southwark SE1 of experts uses the latest cleaning equipment that can efficiently clean carpets, sofas and upholstery. Gone are the days when you need to cover up stains. Our carpet cleaners in Southwark SE1 and you can get fast and competent service at an affordable price. Not only will carpets be clean on the surface, they will be free of dirt down to the bottom fibbers. A freshly cleaned carpet will bring out the original colour so your carpet will end up looking as good as new.

Our carpet cleaning team in Southwark SE1 London offer a wide range of services, please see below.

We offer 24/7 emergency water damage restoration. Please see the link below or call on 07889908629 Boris water damage restoration

What you can expect from our carpet cleaning in Southwark SE1 London?

  • Hot Water extraction Method (deep steam cleaning)
  • Professional carpet cleaning equipment
  • Spot and Stain Removals
  • carpet cleaning from corner to corner
  • We will clean under the furniture
  • Dry carpet in minutes

Our carpet cleaning team cover all area around Southwark SE1:

We offer Upholstery Cleaning in Southwark SE1 as well.

The key to Upholstery maintenance is regular cleaning. Upholstery fabrics last longer and look cleaner, if maintained. We use our furniture every day, and they are not exempt of getting dirty. When this happens a professional care is needed to maintain the quality of the fabric.

See more for our Upholstery Cleaning in Southwark SE1

Did You Know?

Southwark is a district of Central London, England, and the administrative headquarters of the London Borough of Southwark. Situated 1.5 miles (2.4 km) east of Charing Cross, it forms one of the oldest parts of London and fronts the River Thames to the north. It historically formed an ancient borough in the county of Surrey, made up of a number of parishes, which increasingly came under the influence and jurisdiction of the City of London. As an inner district of London, Southwark experienced rapid depopulation during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It is now at an advanced stage of regeneration and is the location of theCity Hall offices of the Greater London Authority.

The ancient borough of Southwark initially consisted of the Surrey parishes of St George the Martyr, St Olave, St Margaret and St Mary Magdalen. St Margaret and St Mary Magdalen were abolished in 1541 and their former area combined to create Southwark St Saviour. Around 1555 Southwark St Thomas was split off from St Olave and Southwark St John Horsleydown was split off in 1733.

In 1855 the parishes came into the area of responsibility of the Metropolitan Board of Works. St George the Martyr parish was large enough to be governed by a vestry. St John Horsleydown, St Olave and St Thomas were grouped to form the St Olave District. St Savour was combined withSouthwark Christchurch (the former liberty of Paris Garden) to form the St Saviour's District. In 1889 the area became part of the County of London. St Olave and St Thomas were combined as a single parish in 1896.

The local government arrangements were reorganised in 1900 with a Metropolitan Borough of Southwark created comprising the parishes of Southwark Christchurch, Southwark St Saviours, Southwark St George the Martyr and Newington. The eastern parishes that had formed the St Olave District instead became part of the Metropolitan Borough of Bermondsey. In 1965 the two boroughs were combined with the Metropolitan Borough of Camberwell to form the current London Borough of Southwark.