Professional carpet cleaning services in Charlton SE7
Multi Clean London guarantee carpet cleaning services in Charlton SE7 at its best, providing you with faster drying times of 1 hour or less and specialized equipment that results in the most effective cleaning service possible.
In business since 2002, we continue with our mission to build great customer relationships while meeting all of your mobile detailing and cleaning needs.
Besides carpet cleaning in Charlton SE7, we extend our cleaning services in Charlton SE7 to: upholstery cleaning, mattress cleaning, rugs cleaning, domestic cleaning, end of tenancy cleaning, curtains cleaning, leather cleaning, wooden floor polishing, water damage restoration 24/7.
Our carpet cleaning in Charlton SE7 makes things easy and hassle free since we provide our clients with convenient appointments even during weekends and evenings.
Experience the difference of our exceptional work and low prices by calling our carpet cleaning company today. We serve SE7 Charlton area. We cover all London post codes as well!
What you can expect from our carpet cleaning services in Charlton SE7
Our carpet cleaning in Charlton SE7 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 020 or 07889908629.
Charlton is a former village, now a suburb, in south London, England, and part of the Royal Borough of Greenwich. It is located 7.2 miles (11.6 km) east-southeast of Charing Cross. Charlton next Woolwich was an ancient parish in the county of Kent, which became part of the metropolitan area of London in 1855. It is home to Charlton Athletic F.C. and the location of Charlton House.
Charlton is assessed in the Domesday Book of 1086 at one "sulung", which is commonly held to have been the equivalent of two hides. In 1086 it was in the fee of Gundulf, bishop of Rochester, but in 1066 it had been held from the king as two estates, by two brothers, named Godwine and Alweard. Though assessed at only one sulung, it had a slightly higher value than might be expected, at £7, both in 1066 and in 1086.