Upholstery Cleaning Poplar E14
Our Service at a Glance
What can you expect from our upholstery cleaning service package in Poplar? We treat:
- Dining chairs
- Office chairs
You can count on us seven days a week and during the holidays.
Fully Insured and Thoroughly Trained
We carry full Public and Employers Liability Insurance cover and thoroughly vet our upholstery cleaning experts for a complete peace of mind. All our cleaning operatives go through vigorous theory and practical tests as part of our upholstery cleaning training.
2-seater sofa £31.00
3-seater sofa £37.00
Dining chair £7.00*
Office chair £5.00*
Mattress (single) £20.00
Mattress (double) £35.00
Curtains (half length) per set £30.00
Curtains (full length) per set £40.00
Curtains dry cleaning £4.00 per sq. m.
*Minimum charge of £50.00 applies.
Want to book us for your all-round upholstery cleaning? – we can offer you a sweet little discount! Call us on 020 7100 4547 or click here: Book Your Cleaner Now.
How We Can Help
Many people tend to neglect the danger that not paying attention to your upholstery poses to your health. Dust accumulation and bacteria can easily result in serious respiratory disease. But now there is an easy and fast solution to this problem- the Cleaning Experts upholstery cleaning service package!
With more than seven years of experience, we can rightfully claim to be one of the best upholstery cleaning companies in London. Our perfectly trained upholstery cleaning technicians apply the latest innovation in the field of domestic cleaning- the hot-steam extraction method, that, combined with specially selected detergent treatment, leaves no chance to the bacteria, lurking in your home.
Our clients are stunned by the results we achieve even after a single visit. Want to check for yourself? All you have to do is give us a phone call!
We work in the areas, neighbouring Poplar as well:
- Greenwich SE10
- Catford SE6
- Rotherhithe SE16
- Bow E3
- Canning Town E16
- Whitechapel E1.
What’s The Next Step
We can arrange a cleaner very quickly. Just call us on 020 7100 4547 or click here: Book Your Upholstery Cleaner Now
Local Poplar Info
Poplar is an area of East London, located 5.5 miles (8.9 km) east of Charing Cross. In historical plan Poplar was a little village in the parish of Stepney, Middlesex, but in 1817 it became a civil parish.
During the World War I the East End in the British capital was one of the main targets by bombing. Like a part of it, Poplar was stroked very badly several times and many people were killed.
Because of the long connection to London’s docks which for decades were the main occupation in the district, there were several Seamen’s Mission. Some of these buildings were later converted into apartments.
In architectural plan Poplar is a mixture of two periods. 18th and 19th century terraced houses are neighbouring to council estates from 20th century.
In 1921 in the area started Poplar Rates Rebellion, led by the Mayor, George Lansbury. Lansbury later was elected as a leader of the Labour Party and in 1951 a new council housing estate, built to the north of East India Dock Road was named Lansbury Estate after him. At the same time was also built Robin Hood Gardens housing complex, designed by architects Alison and Peter Smithson, and also the Balfron Tower, Carradale House and Glenkerry House, all designed by famous architect Erno Goldfinger. Among the remarkable buildings in Poplar must be noticed also Poplar baths, which were closed in 1988. Balfron Tower is an 84-metre 27-storey housing block which contains 146 homes. It forms a part of the Brownfield Estate, social housing area between Chrisp Street Market and A 12. Balfron Tower was built in 1965 – 1967 in the brutalist architecture style.
Chrisp Street Market was built as a part of the Festival of Britain in 1951 and was designed by Frederick Gibberd. It was the first pedestrian shopping area in the UK, built for this purpose. Chrisp Street Market features shops, cafes, apartments, market stalls, small retail outlets and a prominent clock tower.
St Matthias Old Church was built from the East Indian Company in 1654 like Poplar Chapel. The church is located next to Poplar Town Hall and Poplar Bowls Club, on Poplar High Street. It is opposite Tower Hamlets College. Next to Poplar Workhouse stands re-opened sports centre.
In Poplar were born and lived many popular people like H. M. Tomlinson (travel-writer and journalist), Tommy Flowers (designer of the first programmable electronic computer), Angela Lansbury (Hollywood actress), Harry Redknapp (former manager of Bournemouth, West Ham United, Southampton, Portsmouth and Tottenham Hotspur football clubs), Neil Banfield (coach of Arsenal F. C.).