Carpet Cleaning Services in Regent Street W1

Carpet Cleaning in Regent Street W1

Carpet Cleaning Care Regent Street W1 have been delivering a flawless standard of carpet cleaning services for unbeatable prices in Regent Street W1 for over a decade. Our highly experienced, efficient, proficient and friendly employees will employ industrial vacuums, shampoos and conditioners provided by Prochem to ensure that your carpets are returned to a spotlessly clean condition, so get in touch to book your carpet cleaning service from the local cleaning experts today.

Our professional carpet cleaners will carefully move all of your furniture and furnishings to ensure that every square inch of your carpets is left immaculately clean. They will also wear protective slippers throughout the cleaning process and leave them with you when they leave for you to wear while your carpets are completely drying. Our employees are comparably comfortable providing domestic or commercial carpet cleaning services and we have no hidden costs such as additional charges for weekend bookings or cancellation fees, so call us today on 020 3746 2553 and have a chat with a member of our customer service team.

We are the number one suppliers of superb carpet cleaning services in the borough so give House Cleaners Regent Street W1 a call today on 020 3746 2553 and have a chat with one of our knowledgeable and friendly customer service providers.They are on hand to answer your call twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week and will be able to provide you with a free carpet cleaning quote.

You can also get in touch by filling our booking form, so get in touch whenever and however you like. And if you are calling us to book a one off carpet cleaning service, make sure that you ask about the money that you could save by buying numerous cleaning services at the same time in a package – you could get a discount of up to fifteen per cent, so call Carpet Cleaning Care Regent Street W1 today on 020 3746 2553.

Animals in War Memorial

The Animals in War Memorial is located at Brook Gate, Park Lane, on the edge of London’s Hyde Park and was designed by leading English sculptor, David Backhouse. Unveiled on 24 November 2004 by the Princess Royal, it exists as a memorial to the countless animals that have served and died under British military command throughout history. Beneath the main header, "Animals in War", the memorial has two separate inscriptions, the first and larger reading: "This monument is dedicated to all the animals that served and died alongside British and allied forces in wars and campaigns throughout time" The second, smaller inscription simply reads: "They had no choice" The memorial was inspired by Jilly Cooper's book, Animals in War, and was made possible by a specially set up fund of £1,400,000 from public donations of which Jilly Cooper was a co-trustee...

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The Green Man and Still

The Green Man and Still was a tavern in Oxford Street, London, much favoured during the 18th & 19th centuries by cricketers - such as William Beldham, Tom Walker and David Harris - playing at Thomas Lord's grounds nearby, and not surprisingly, also patronised by the leading bookmakers of the day. The tavern was originally situated at 335 Oxford Street, between Argyll Street and Queen Street (which no longer exists) and was also a coaching inn (a 1792 map shows it at the entrance to a stagecoach yard), the start point/terminus of several stage coach routes out of London...

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Mount Street Gardens

The Mount Street Gardens is a public garden off Mount Street in the north of the Mayfair area of London, created in 1889. They were created out of a former burial ground of St George's, Hanover Square, and named after the Mount Field, an area including a fortification dating from the English Civil War named Oliver's Mount. The land was originally sold by Sir Richard Grosvenor, 4th Bart. to the Commission for Building Fifty New Churches in 1723 as part of his development of the area around Mount Street, to serve as a burial ground for the parish church, St...

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