Carpet Cleaning Services in Ham TW10

Carpet Cleaning in Ham TW10

Carpet Cleaning Care Ham TW10 have been providing an exceptional quality of carpet cleaning for low, low prices in Ham TW10 for over a decade. Our efficient, proficient, friendly and highly experienced employees will employ industrial vacuums, shampoos and conditioners provided by Prochem to ensure that your carpeting is restored to a spotless and healthy condition, so get in touch to book your carpet cleaning service from the local cleaning experts today.

All of our employees are equally capable of working in commercial or domestic properties and are always uniformed, friendly, prompt and efficient, so ring House Cleaners Ham TW10 now on 020 3746 2553 . We are the number one providers of carpet cleaning services in Ham TW10 so get in touch today to book your professional carpet cleaning.

Have a read of our prices page to see how affordable they actually are and read our testimonials page to see reviews from some of our past contented clients. Our phone lines are staffed twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, so give Carpet Cleaning Care Ham TW10 a call today on 020 3746 2553 and speak to one of our friendly and fully informed customer service providers who will be able to give you a free quote for your carpet cleaning services.

You can also reach us by filling in our booking form and one of our call centre staff will phone you back with with a free carpet cleaning quote and answers to any queries that you might still have. Our call centres are fully staffed twenty-four-seven so get in contact with us whenever is most convenient for you to book your professional carpet cleaning service.

Ham Hill, Wiltshire

Ham Hill is an area of chalk downland in Wiltshire, on the steep banks running alongside the road from the village of Ham to Buttermere, close to the Berkshire border. A biological Site of Special Scientific Interest, notified in 1971, covers 1.5 hectares of the site; this designation is due to the site's species-rich plant and insect communities, which include some rare species. Notable among these is the Musk Orchid (Herminium monorchis), which has been confirmed at only one other site in Wiltshire...

read more

Ham Reviews


Ham News


  • Swarms of police officers, police riverboats and a helicopter have all been spotted near Richmond Bridge after the reported theft of a motorbike.

  • A Barnes family fears their beloved family pet has been stolen for “dog fighting” after two men in a white van took him from the street.

  • Winter Wonderland is back once again until New Year's Day, and thousands of people are descending on Hyde Park to get into the festive spirit.

  • There are severe delays between Earl's Court and Wimbledon due to a signal failure at Southfields.

  • Londoners can expect a crisp, sunny day on Friday but temperatures are set to plummet in the evening.

  • A warning has been issued after a 95-year-old Kew woman was scammed out of her life-savings.

  • A rogue landlord has been fined £10,000 after leaving families he rented to with “serious problems” in their homes.

  • Three males were arrested in Richmond in the early hours of the morning after acting suspiciously at a cash point.

  • Excellence in commerce across the borough was celebrated once again at this year's Richmond Business Awards.

  • The annual Christmas Fair is returning to Strawberry Hill House on November 26.

  • The council is offering Richmond residents free rock salt this winter to help prevent injuries from slipping on ice.

  • The second bi-annual deer cull is taking place in Richmond and Bushy Parks.

  • It is a gloomy start to Wednesday morning with commuters being warned about patches of fog.

  • Today is #lovetheatreday so to celebrate here’s 10 reasons you should go to the theatre more:

  • On this day sixty years ago, Richmond and Twickenham’s longest-serving councillor Geoffrey Samuel was first elected.

  • Kew’s long-established Caffe Mamma Ristorante has kept its licence after a sub-committee review on Monday.

  • Harlequins have announced that tickets for one of the biggest festive sporting events, Big Game 10 in association with IG, are now on sale – with Hospitality packages also available to purchase.

  • The old £10 note must be spent by March 2018, the Bank of England has revealed.

  • Richmond residents are being urged to join the FiSH befriending scheme to help people who may feel isolated or lonely in the borough.

  • If you are reading this while at work, you may be of two thirds of people in the south east of England “bored enough to quit” their current job.

  • Marble Hill House has been chosen as one of the filming locations for a brand new TV series from ITV and Amazon based on Thackeray's classic novel Vanity Fair.

  • If you are already sweating over the prospect of where you are going to buy your Christmas tree this year, you could be in luck as pop-up shops will be appearing in local parks this year.

  • Children are being given advice in school on what to do if they are caught up in a terror attack.

  • A woman has been arrested after a four-car crash in Twickenham.

  • Kew’s long-established Caffe Mamma Ristorante could lose its licence this evening after allegedly hiring an illegal worker.

  • The President of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, has received the annual Kew International Medal from the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew.

  • Fifty young people who have just left the care system have been invited to enjoy a magical Christmas dinner at a “stunning location” in the heart of Richmond Borough.

  • Taken in Autumn by Mike Matley, two red deer stags captured in Bushy Park.

  • The annual Primary Schools Girls Football Tournament saw thirty-two schools from around the borough come together at the NPL Sports Club Ground in Teddington.

  • Winter is here and with it comes an Arctic chill that is set to drop temperatures below freezing.

  • We have your annual round-up of the must see pantomimes and shows around South London. So get ready for jazz hands, hilarious jokes, heroes and villains.

  • Apparently there is such a thing as starting Christmas too early - at least according to tree experts.

  • There is no better way to celebrate the festive season than pulling on the blades and going ice skating with friends and family.

  • The Treehouse pub in Barnes is the only place in the borough with the worst possible food hygiene score (zero) but there are other eateries in Richmond with ratings of one where ‘major improvement is required’.

  • Plenty of people will have bought a poppy to support the Armed Forces community, past and present. 

  • Richmond has been ranked one of the most unfriendly places in London in a survey.

  • An army veteran and pub landlord has expressed his anger over council interference in the annual Remembrance Day parade he organises.

  • Police have issued a warning to residents after three cars were broken into in Twickenham Riverside last night.

  • An ice rink that was refused planning permission in Strawberry Hill has won its appeal and been given the go-ahead by the Planning Inspectorate.

  • A Richmond gym will join forces with a former England rugby captain to attempt a Guinness World Record by having the most participants in a marathon 24-hour indoor cycling class next month.

  • Aspiring young chefs from Twickenham clashed spoons in the national cooking competition.

  • The Twickenham Beer and Cider Festival was a great success attracting about 1,700 visitors to York House for its 17th year.

  • What is Christmas without a good John Lewis ad?

  • A five-bedroomed house in Hampton could be converted into 11 separate bedsits in a controversial plans which have been opposed by hundreds of local people.

  • A 95-year-old woman was left devastated after conmen stole her life savings, including money she was saving for her funeral.

  • Prince Harry visited the 89th Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey today to remember those in the Armed Forces who lost their lives.

  • Richmond upon Thames College had some very big visitors last week when they hosted a goalball session for players from the New Zealand All Blacks rugby team.

  • Horse-drawn carriage rides through Richmond Park are returning for their fourth winter season thanks to a team-up between the Royal Parks and Operation Centaur, a working stable.

  • Barnardo’s in East Sheen is appealing for donations of warm winter clothes as the cold weather descends.

  • Kew, Ham and Petersham residents will soon have the opportunity to drill their local councillors on issues close to their heart as Question Time come to the area.




tel:
My pictures