Professional carpet cleaning services in SE12 Lee
Carpet Cleaning SE11 Lee provides superior carpet cleaning, curtain & upholstery cleaning, hard floor and rug cleaning services for domestic and commercial customers throughout SE11 Lee including and surrounding areas. We also provide fire and flood restoration services for major insurance companies.
With nearly 15 years' experience in professional carpet and upholstery cleaning, Carpet Cleaning SE11 Lee have the skills, the products, and the team to make sure your home or business premises are spotlessly cleaned every time. Our carpet cleaning service is second to none, and that's why we have a loyal customer base and a solid reputation as being the UK's leading carpet and upholstery cleaners.
Carpet Cleaning SE11 Lee is passionate about the cleaning services we provide and offer good value for money. It is our belief that if you cannot serve the customer well then you should not do so at all.
Our service reputation is of paramount importance and we look forward to receiving our customer's testimonials which arrive in writing almost daily. Please take a moment to view some of the lovely comments and if you need proof that these actually exist you are most welcome to see them for yourself at our premises.
What you can expect from our Carpet Cleaning in SE12 Lee.
Our carpet cleaning services in SE12 Lee are always safe for the family and are performed by only the best technicians. Our vans are spread all across our service areas and we can respond most times within the Same-Day.
How we do our carpet cleaning in SE12 Lee see below.
The type of cleaning needed varies on the type of stains (if any), usage and condition of carpet. We offer everything under the sun when it comes to carpet cleaning ;-) Just call on 07889908629. You can use our contact Contact form!
Multi Clean offer a wide range of cleaning services in SE12 Lee
Carpet Cleaning SE12 Lee offers upholstery and mattress cleaning services in SE12 Lee. 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. Upholstery is made of different fibers, and the cleaning products used are not the same as your carpet solutions. We will inspect each fabric and utilize the best available solution to clean it.
Our first step is to diagnose the problem areas and pre-treat them, and then Carpet Cleaning SE12 Lee’ technicians apply our special upholstery cleaning solution to the fabric which loosens embedded dirt. After we remove the dirt using our powerful extracting system, we recommend an application of Scotch Guard protection, to help keep future dirt and spills from soiling your freshly cleaned surface.
The second step includes a specifically formulated PH-balancing fiber rinse that removes cleaning solution residue and stubborn dirt.
Our domestic cleaners SE12 Lee are vetted carefully to ensure that a cleaner will stay with you for a good period of time. Our vetting is carefully done to ensure that a cleaner will stay with you for a good period of time. We know that it takes a lot to allow a stranger into your premises hence the reason why we make all the adequate steps to guarantee the peace of mind of our clients by ensuring that all our cleaners are fully vetted.
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Did You Know That?
centre. The district is in the historic county of Kent.
The Manor of Lee was a historic parish of the Blackheath hundred and existed up to 1900 when it was merged with the parish of Lewisham to create the Metropolitan Borough of Lewisham. While modern Lee is centred on Lee railway station and the road of Burnt Ash Hill, the parish was based around Lee High Road which today stretches into the town
centre of Lewisham. The River Quaggy formed much of the boundary between the two parishes, though at Lee Bridge (at the western end of Lee High Road) it is now almost completely hidden.
The Lee Manor Society have produced a comprehensive history of the area. The Domesday Book describes Lee as a small area of cultivation set in extensive woodland. The earliest map available (Rocque's of 1740) shows a cluster of about a dozen houses around a triangular village green. This hamlet was surrounded by fields. Lee Green Farm occupied the
south-east quadrant from the 1660s (roughly on the site of the present Leegate shopping centre). The farm was demolished in the 1840s and rebuilt as Tudor House further east.