Upholstery Cleaning Tottenham N17
Our Service at a Glance
Our exclusive upholstery cleaning service package in Tottenham covers:
- Dining chairs
- Office chairs
There is no better option for your upholstery than Cleaning Experts!
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
Over the years your furniture starts looking worn out and pale. Your sofas and armchairs are losing their nice appearance, dust and spots ruin their upholstery. But the situation is not as hopeless as it looks! We can help you bring life back to your furniture with our exclusive upholstery cleaning service package.
Cleaning Experts has specialized in upholstery cleaning for more than seven years, using all the modern techniques to clean the dust, remove the persistent stains and destroy the little invisible mites, developing deep inside the textile.
We use only eco-friendly cleaning products to keep your health and home safe! We offer the best prices for perfect quality! For further details and booking information, call 020 7100 4547 now!
You can find our upholstery cleaning specialists in the following areas as well:
- Seven Sisters N15
- Upper Edmonton N18
- Wood Green N22
- Walthamstow E17.
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 Tottenham Info
Tottenham N17 is an area in North London, mentioned in the Domesday Book (1086) as Toteham – the hamlet of the farmer Tota. First settlement in the area was located between High Cross and Tottenham Hale before more than thousand years ago.
Since the Tudor period Tottenham became a desirable destination for wealthy and noble Londoners. King Henry VIII also visited Bruce Castle and hunted in Tottenham Wood. In the 1870s due to railway building development the area began to lose its provincial character and became a cheap housing area for workers at the Great Eastern Railway. Tottenham became urban district of London in 1894.
After the Second World War many immigrants from different parts of the world started coming to Tottenham. First significant group was from the African-Caribbean region, and then Ghanaians, Congolese, Somali, Irish, Portuguese, Kurdish, Albanian, Turkish, Colombians arrived. At present South Tottenham is the most multi-ethnic area in Europe with around 300 languages being spoken by its residents.
Historical place in the area is All Hallows Church with it 8 bells and notable paintings. It was given to Tottenham in 12th century from Scottish King David I. In the churchyard grow yew trees, imported from Ireland more than 1000 years ago. Nearby the All Hallows Church is Bruce Castle. It was built in 16th century. It was named for Scottish King Robert the Bruce. The castle houses the local history museum.
Some other historic places in the district are Brook Street Chapel (a meeting place for Christians from Plymouth Brethren movement, built in 1839), St Ann’s Church (1861), St Ignatius’ Church and College (built in the end of 19th and the beginning of 20th century).
Tower Gardens Estate is a conservation area constructed in the early 20th century as an innovative municipal “cottage estate”.
High Cross is one of Tottenham’s symbols. It was erected in 17th century at the place of a wooden cross from 1409, which showed the centre of Tottenham Village.
A wide green area in Tottenham is Downhills Park. It includes beautiful gardens, tennis courts and basket-ball courts.
A famous place in Tottenham is also White Hart Lane. At the stadium of Premiere League football club Tottenham Hotspur some of the best games of the season take place, visited by thousands of fans every year.