Carpet Cleaning Services in Kilburn NW6

Carpet Cleaning in Kilburn NW6

Carpet Cleaning Care Kilburn NW6 is the expert, affordable and experienced carpet cleaning company able to service your carpet cleaning requirements anywhere in Kilburn NW6. Our carefully vetted, fully insured, thoroughly trained and immaculately uniformed will use only top of the range shampoos, conditioners and industrial vacuums on your carpets and they will also pre-treat any particularly stained areas with products that are tailored to your carpets’ materials.

We are able to supply steam cleaning, extraction cleaning or dry carpet cleaning as well as specific cleaning techniques for delicate fabrics and materials such as oriental rugs and other delicate materials and fabrics. Our cleaners are armed with powerful vacuums, conditioners and shampoos, meaning you can be sure that every last centimetre of your carpets will be cleaned perfectly. We have been the leading providers of carpet cleaning services in Kilburn NW6 for nearly eleven years.

You can also reach us by filling in our booking form and we’ll ring you back as soon as possible. And if you’re contacting us to book a one off carpet cleaning service, make sure that you ask about the way in which you could save money by buying a bundle of our cleaning services. You could get a reduction of fifteen per cent so give House Cleaners Kilburn NW6 a call today on 020 3746 2553 .

Fenton House

Fenton House is a 17th century merchant's house in Hampstead in North London which belongs to the National Trust, bequeathed to them in 1952 by Lady Binning, its last owner and resident. It is a detached house with a walled garden, which is large by London standards, and features roses, an orchard and a working kitchen garden. The interior houses the Benton Fletcher collection of early keyboard instruments, one of which is often played to visitors during opening hours, and collections of paintings (including the collection of Peter Barkworth, and loans of Sir William Nicholson paintings), porcelain, 17th-century needlework pictures and Georgian furniture...

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Central School of Speech and Drama

The Central School of Speech and Drama (CSSD) was founded in 1906 by Elsie Fogerty to offer a new form of training in speech and drama for young actors and other students; it is generally regarded as one of the most renowned drama schools in the world. The school has been a constituent college of the University of London since 2005. The School announced on 9 October 2008 that 2005 Nobel Laureate in Literature Harold Pinter (1930–2008), who attended the School in 1950–1951, had agreed to become its president and to receive an honorary fellowship in the School's graduation ceremony on 10 December 2008, but Pinter had to receive it in absentia, due to ill health, and he died two weeks later...

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Anna Freud Centre

The Anna Freud Centre is a child psychoanalysis research, training and treatment centre located in London, United Kingdom. It is closely associated with both University College London (UCL) and Yale University. The current Chief Executive is Peter Fonagy. The Centre was founded in 1951 by Anna Freud, Dorothy Burlingham, and Helen Ross as the Hampstead Child Therapy Course and Clinic. The Hampstead Child Therapy Course had begun in 1947 and The Hampstead Clinic opened in 1952...

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Kilburn Reviews

Kilburn News

  • The headteacher of Harlesden’s Leopold Primary School has stepped down with immediate effect as part of a deal struck to end the threat of teachers’ strikes.

  • A groundbreaking mental health centre for Brent teenagers has attacked the government’s planned shakeup of the sector.

  • A motorist is fighting for his life in hospital after a collision with a car in Wembley.

  • The newly appointed head of a secondary school in Kingsbury has stood down after only five months.

  • A quiet cycle route linking Gladstone Park with Kilburn has been opened.

  • NHS staff in Brent could see their parking permits for residential streets rise by a staggering 137 per cent under plans passed by council chiefs.

  • Strike action tomorrow at a troubled Harlesden primary school has been cancelled, the teachers’ union has confirmed.

  • Spurs football club is holding a jobs fair in Wembley Park for all those looking for work, in particular ex-offenders.

  • An Alperton schoolteacher has been named the best in the world, beating 30,000 entrants to a £720,000 prize.

  • The owner of a ‘miracle’ cat who survived being impaled on eight foot metal railings in Neasden has spoken of her relief that her moggy is alive.

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