Upholstery Cleaning Willesden NW10

Our Service at a Glance

Cleaning Experts is a company with more than seven years of upholstery cleaning experience and we know how to treat any textile and how to make your comfortable sofa look just like the day you bought it! Here is what we can do for you:

  • Sofas cleaning
  • Armchairs cleaning
  • Couches cleaning
  • Dining chairs cleaning
  • Office chairs cleaning
  • Stools cleaning
  • Curtains cleaning
  • Mattress cleaning.

End your upholstery cleaning worries with a single phone call- choose 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

Armchair    £17.00

Dining chair    £7.00*

Office chair    £5.00*

Stool    £7.00

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.

*Volume discounts

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

Maintaining your home in perfect, dust-free condition has never been easier in Willesden! All you have to do is pick up the phone and book the Cleaning Experts upholstery cleaning service package! Our specialists work seven days a week and during the holidays to ensure your comfort!

Applying the best detergents and the latest methods in the field of upholstery cleaning, we guarantee high quality of performance at the best prices you can find in London.

If you want to learn more about our service package or get a quote- call 020 7100 4547.

What Areas

You can find our upholstery cleaning experts in the neighbouring areas as well:

  • The Hyde NW9
  • Cricklewood NW2
  • Kilburn NW6
  • North Kensington W10
  • Shepherds Bush W12
  • Acton W3
  • Ealing W5.

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 Willesden Info

Willesden is an area situated 5 miles north-west of Charing Cross. It is one of the fast developing districts in London.

The name Willesden probably originates from the Anglo-Saxon word Willesdune, meaning The Hill of the Spring. In Domesday Book it was mentioned as Wellesdone in 1086.

In the centuries between 14th and 16th here came pilgrims to see the two ancient statues of the Virgin Mary at the Church of St Mary. But Lollards concluded that one of the statues was a Black Madonna and was abusive. So it was taken to the home of Thomas Cromwell and burnt there on a big balefire. Another interesting Willesden attraction in the past centuries was the local “holly well”, which, according to some believes had miraculous qualities and healed some eye disorders.

The development of Willesden was forced by the building of the Metropolitan Railway station of Willesden Green in 1879. After that the population of the area grew from 18,500 to 140,000 in 1906.

In 1926 here was founded Willesden Cycling Club (WCC), which turned in the largest London’s cycling club to the present day. It now has more than 200 members and riders in disciplines as Time Trials, Road Racing and Track cycling.

From the beginning of 20th century started settling of different immigrants in Willesden.  Today it is still one of the regions with most mixed population in UK. By the time when the area became a municipal borough (1933) here already was formed a small Irish community, which grew up fast and today the area is very strong linked to Ireland. In the years of the Second World War from Germany, Russia, Poland and Austria to Willesden came many people of Jewish origin. In the 1960’s in the area settled also immigrants from Caribbean region and India.

Here was opened the first Chinese restaurant serving Pekinese dishes in Britain. It was the Kuo Yuan in 1963.

Since 1980’s the area is developing and the investments in local business are increasing.