Carpet Cleaning Brockley SE4 London
Our Service at a Glance
The Cleaning Experts exclusive carpet cleaning service package in Bromley includes:
- Dry carpet cleaning
- Hot water extraction
- Rug cleaning
- Mattress cleaning and special anti-dust mites detergent treatment
- Spot and stain removal.
You can count on us any time of the week, even during the official holidays.
Fully Insured and Thoroughly Trained
We carry full Public and Employers Liability Insurance cover and thoroughly vet our carpet cleaning experts for a complete peace of mind. All our carpet cleaning operatives go through vigorous theory and practical tests as part of our NCCA-certified training.
Single bedroom £20.00
Double bedroom £25.00
Staircase (up to 12 steps) £18.00
Rug (small) £15.00
Rug (large) £25.00
Want to book us now? – we can offer you a sweet little discount! Call us on 0207 100 4547 or click here: Book Your Cleaner Now.
How We Can Help
If you think that your old carpets and rugs are beyond repair and the stains on them cannot be removed, Cleaning Experts is in Brockley to prove you wrong! Our carpet cleaning service is designed to meet even to most peculiar of requirements of both our domestic and commercial clients.
During the last seven years we have been building the reputation of one of the most reliable and efficient carpet cleaning companies in London and the area of Brockley in particular. Each of our cleaners has undergone a thorough detailed training program, certified by NCCA. Thus they acquire extensive knowledge and expertise in the carpet cleaning methods we use as well as the detergents we apply during the carpet cleaning procedures.
Hot water extraction, dry carpet cleaning and antistatic treatment are just a number of the powerful weapons we use against the bacteria, dust and stains on your carpet. Cleaning Experts not only guarantees high quality of service but also the integrity of your property as a whole through our bullet-proof Insurance and Liability Policy.
Not a Brockley resident? You can also book us in the neighbouring areas:
What’s The Next Step
We can arrange a cleaner very quickly. Just call us on 020 7100 4547 or click here: Book Your Carpet Cleaner Now
Local Brockley Info
Brockley SE4 is a London area, located in the southern part of the British capital, 5 miles of Charing Cross.
The area had an agricultural character until the 19th century, when it slightly turned into an urban district. Industrial development was stimulated in 1809, by the building of the Croydon Canal (in the second half of the century the canal was filled in and replaced by the London & Croydon railway).
The oldest house in Brockley is the ‘Stone House’, built in 1773. One of the most notable buildings of the beginning of 19th century is the ‘Brockley Jack’, which was erected as a public house and today houses the Brockley Jack Theatre. The theatre now presents many new plays and is the home of the Brockley Jack Film Club.
The present Rivoli Ballroom was built as a cinema in 1913 and was converted into a dance hall in 1951. It has outstanding interior, which was often used in films and videos.
Other old houses in Brockley are the shops and cottages on Coulgate Street, which date from 1830s. During the whole 19th century and the beginning of 20th century many large Victorian houses, villas, terraces and semi-detached houses were built in the area. The place became a fashionable district for wealthy south London residents. Here lived many factory owners and managers.
Brockley contains several fine churches: St Mary Magdalen’s RC Church (1901), St Peter’s (1870), St Andrews (1882), St Hilda’s (1908).
Today much of the original architecture of Brockley is saved. This is one of the best preserved Victorian suburbs in Inner London, which includes various examples of 19th century architecture.
After the World War I and the World War II the area was left by many of its wealthy residents. Most of the big houses were sub-divided. Since the 1950s in Brockley began the settlement of new inhabitants from distant parts of the world like African-Caribbean region and Asia.
Another new wave of settlers began in the mid-1960s. These were different bohemians like artists and musicians. They were attracted by the large, neglected and still cheap Victorian houses and by the close proximity to Camberwell School of Art and Goldsmiths College. The area became a famous artistic venue. It still offers interesting cultural events and festivals.
Brockley contains also some green open spaces like Blythe Hill, Hilly Fields, the New Cross Gate Cutting Nature Reserve and Brockley and Ladywell Cemeteries.
Here lived or live many famous people, some of which are poets (like Alan Brownjohn), actors (Bernard Hill, David Jones), artists (Paul Drury, Alan King, Anita Klein), musicians (like Kate Bush and Gabrielle), people of fashion industry (John Galliano) etc.