Carpet Cleaning Clapton E5

Our Service at a Glance

The Cleaning Experts carpet cleaning service package in Clapton includes:

  • Dry carpet cleaning
  • Hot water extraction
  • Rug cleaning
  • Mattress cleaning and special anti-dust mites detergent treatment
  • Spot and stain removal.

You can rely on us seven days a week and even during the holidays- just give us a call!

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

Hallway    £15.00

Staircase (up to 12 steps)    £18.00

Landing    £6.00

Bathroom    £5.00

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

Why is Cleaning Experts so successful in the carpet cleaning field? Because we have more than seven years of experience in dealing with the factors most commonly damaging your carpets- mould, moisture, dust accumulation, dirt smothering, spills and stains. Our NCCA-certified carpet cleaning technicians are trained to meet any requirement you might have for the better treatment of your carpets and rugs.

We pride ourselves as a company constantly trying to improve our performance, either through innovative carpet cleaning methods or implementing the best detergents you can find on the market.

To make our offer even better- our Insurance and Liability Policy protects you against any kind of damage or injury of property that might occur during our carpet cleaning procedures. Furthermore, all our cleaning products are thoroughly tested for safety, so you do not have to worry about environmental or health issues.

What Areas

Cleaning Experts provides professional carpet cleaning services in the following areas as well:

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 Clapton Info

The district of Clapton E5 is located in north-west London and is separated in two parts – Upper and Lower. Clapton is located in the London Borough of Hackney.

Between 14th and 18th century Clapton was known as Clopton, which means “the farm on the hill”.

Clapton was developing along the way called Hackney Lane, which ran through Clapton Common. In the 19th century manorial courts distinguished the parts north and south of Lea Bridge Road as Upper and Lower Clapton. Soon Hackney Lane was known as Lower and Upper Clapton roads. The expanding through the common to Stamford Hill was known as Clapton Common.

In the 1990s and early 2000s the area of Upper and Lower Clapton had a dark fame for gun and drug related crimes. The district was even known as “Murder Mile”.

The area has many green spaces like Millfields Park, Hackney Marshes and Clapton Park.

Springfield Park, which was formed in 1905 from the grounds of three mansions, is one of the Upper Clapton’s most preferred places. The park is running down the hill, which is at the east shore of the river Lea. From three private houses is surviving only Springfield House (known as the White House). Now it houses a café and a municipal rangers station. Springfield Park offers many sport attractions to its visitors: five tennis courts, a cricket pitch, rugby fields and football pitches. In July 2008 the park receives a Green Flag award. In the south-eastern corner of the Springfield Park is the famous Anchor and Hope pub. It is one of the few surviving buildings in the area after Second World War bombing.

To the west of Springfield Park is located Clapton Pond, an interesting place for bird watchers – here can be seen geese, ducks, swans, grebes, waders and many other kinds of birds.

In Clapton there are some places of worship like the Church of the Good Shepherd, founded in 1895, the stately New Synagogue, which is built in 1915 and is replica of the Great St Helen’s Synagogue of 1838.

Like most of the districts in Eastern London, Clapton is social diverse and multicultural. You can see this in the local shops and restaurants, especially on Chatsworth Road – they offer Turkish, French, African, Asian and Caribbean produce.

Some of the notable local residents were Nathaniel Woodard (a notorious priest in the Church of England), Harold Pinter (Nobel Prize-winning English playwright, screenwriter, director and actor), Helen Shapiro (singer and actress), Jessica Tandy (stage and film actress).