Carpet Cleaning Hornsey N8 London

Our Service at a Glance

Each of our Hornsey clients receives on a weekly basis:

  • Rug cleaning
  • Dry carpet cleaning
  • Hot water extraction
  • Spot and stain removal
  • Mattress cleaning

You determine the frequency of our visits as well as the schedule that suits you the best. We work seven days a week and during the holidays for your comfort.

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

carpet-cleaning-hornseyYou live in Hornsey and you are exhausted of cleaning your carpet every week? Your carpet is badly stained and you cannot clean it? Do not worry about it! This is job for Cleaning Experts. Our cleaning company has more than six years of experience in the field of carpet cleaning services! Our professional carpet cleaning service package in N8 can fulfil all the requirements of domestic and commercial client.

We are a leading carpet cleaning company because of the preferential rates and the high quality that we provide to our customers in Hornsey. Our carpet cleaning technicians are certified by NCCA and are fully trained to guarantee an excellent performance! The team consists only of motivated and reliable people who possess extensive knowledge in cleaning. They work in a friendly environment and do their best to satisfy every customer!

Cleaning Experts offers the most innovative carpet cleaning methods in London, such as dry carpet cleaning, hot water extraction, antistatic treatment and many others. The detergents we use in the cleaning procedures are biodegradable and eco-friendly. These are some of the reasons why you should choose Cleaning Experts! Call now on 020 7100 4547 and book your carpet cleaner!

What Areas

Cleaning Experts provides professional carpet cleaning services 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 Hornsey Info

hornsey-carpet-cleaningHornsey is a district in north London which is in London Borough of Haringey. Neighbouring areas of Hornsey are Alexandra Park, Stroud Green, Turnpike Lane, Muswell Hill and New Southgate,Wood Green, Crouch End and Harringay.

The very first name of Hornsey was Hornsey which was formerly the name of a much larger parish and later a municipal borough of Middlesex. The name actually originated from a Saxon chieftain named Hearing. ‘Haering’s Hege was Haering’s enclosure. It shares this derivation with Harringay neighbourhood and Haringey borough. The oldest recorded form of the area is Haringey.carpet-cleaning-hornsey-nightingale

Hornsey Village, recorded in 1202 was the focus of parish with its Church first mentioned in 1291. The village flourished in this part of Hornsey what is today Hornsey High Street. In the seventeenth century it was bisected by the New River that crossed the village in three places. There was a dramatic growth of the village after 1860 and merged with the separate settlement at Crouch End in order to form an urban area in the middle of the parish. Hornsey was built up mainly in Edwardian times. However, the tower of the original parish church still stands at the centre of the old village.

Notable places in Hornsey are the Doragh Gasworks, Highpoint, Hornsey Town Hall in Crouch End, and Cromwell House in High Gate.

Some of the people associated with this place are Thomas Moore, Frank Matcham, Zelda Coates, A.E. Housman, Andrew Melrose, Samuel Rogers, a friend of Byron and Dickens, and Thomas Frye – the founder of the Bow porcelain factory.