Carpet Cleaning Services in Shadwell E1

Carpet Cleaning in Shadwell E1

Carpet Cleaning Care Shadwell E1 can take care of your carpet cleaning requirements anywhere in Shadwell E1 any day of the week. We use top of the range industrial vacuums and shampoos and we will take care of moving any furniture necessary to ensure that every square centimetre of your carpeting is left immaculately clean. Before we vacuum we will take the care to pre-treat all blemishes with specific stain removal products and after the hoovering process we will use conditioners so that your carpets are stain resistant and maintain their shape

After the vacuuming process we will employ conditioners to ensure your carpet’s fibres stay clean and shapely and will also then gently rake them to make sure that all of their materials’ microfibers are entirely separated so that they can dry completely. We have been delivering indomitable carpet cleaning services throughout Shadwell E1 for over ten years, which is why our employees are comparably adept in a domestic or commercial environment. We can provide carpet cleaning services on the weekend for no extra charge.

Take a look at our prices page to see how unbeatable they really are and read reviews from previously happy customers on our testimonials page. Our call centres are fully staffed twenty-four-seven, so give Carpet Cleaning Care Shadwell E1 a call today on 020 3746 2553 and speak to a knowledgeable and friendly member of our call centre staff who will be able to supply you with a free carpet cleaning quote right there and then.

You can also get in contact with us by completing the booking form on this website and one of our customer advisers will give you a ring back with with a free quote and more details regarding our steam or dry carpet cleaning services. Our informed and affable employees are on hand to assist you twenty four hours a day, seven days a week so get in touch whenever is most convenient to make your appointment with the carpet cleaning professionals.

Execution Dock

The Execution Dock is located on the Thames in the Wapping area of London, England, United Kingdom. It was used for more than 400 years (as late as 1830) to hang pirates, smugglers and mutineers that had been sentenced to death by Admiralty courts. The Admiralty only had jurisdiction over crimes on the sea, so the dock was placed within their jurisdiction just off-shore beyond the low-tide mark. Those sentenced to death would be taken from Marshalsea Prison and paraded across London Bridge past the Tower of London before being publicly executed at the dock...

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Stepney Causeway

Stepney Causeway is a street in Stepney, in the East End of London. It runs north-south between the A13 road (Commercial Road) and the B126 Cable St. It is crossed by a railway bridge carrying the Docklands Light Railway and c2c line out of Fenchurch St. The street is particularly associated with Thomas John Barnardo, who opened his first shelter for homeless children at No 18. Dr. Barnardo opened No 18 Stepney Causeway in December 1870 as a home for working and homeless boys...

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Blizard Building

The Blizard Building is a building in Whitechapel in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. It was designed by Will Alsop and completed in March 2005. It houses the Institute of Cell and Molecular Science, part of Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry. It is named for William Blizard, one of the earliest teaching surgeons, and founder of the 'London Hospital Medical College' - in 1785 The building is very identifiably an Alsop creation, making use of colour and unusual forms...

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Shadwell Reviews


Shadwell News


  • The owners of the East Greenwich gas holder now have a green light for demolition from the Department of the Environment and have submitted a planning application to Greenwich Council on the technicalities. This intention of this blog post is to urge you to comment on the application –...

  • TWO brand new Christmas cards from Greewnich.co.uk have gone on sale. Both of the cards show pictures of Greenwich Park taken during the snowfall of January 2013. The first image shows the famous view of maritime Greenwich and Canary Wharf from the Wolfe statue, and the second is the view in the...

  • IKEA has begun building work on its Greenwich Peninsula superstore - its first new full sized store in London for 13 years. A groundbreaking ceremony took place yesterday at the construction site at Millennium Way Retail Park, attended by Greenwich Council's deputy leader Cllr Danny Thorpe and...

  • One of the oldest photographs ever taken of the Royal Observatory at Greenwich has been found in New Zealand’s Public Library Archives where it’s been kept for over five decades and is described simply as a “building with scaffolding.” Building with scaffolding. Craddock,...

  • OVER forty horses from the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery went on a Christmas Eve outing to Blackheath yesterday morning. Tinsel, Christmas jumpers and other festive outfits were the order of the day for both riders and horses in the now-traditional Christmas Eve trip. Based in Woolwich since...

  • A BRAND new calendar for 2017 has gone on sale in Greenwich celebrating the River Thames. The 'On The Thames' calendar, now in its fourth year, includes the usual mix of tall ships, cruise ships, the Royal Navy and more, including returning favourites Gloriana, ST Portwey and PS Waverley....

  • UNIQUE residential cruise ship MS The World arrived in Greenwich yesterday afternoon for a five day visit to the capital. Launched in 2002, the luxurious vessel has made regular appearances in Greenwich with its most recent visits being in 2013 and 2011. The 196-metre long ship has 165...

  • HISTORIC Eltham Palace has once again played host to the Grand Medieval Joust. Knights representing the north, south, east and west displayed their skilfulness and equestrianism in a thrilling battle at the tilt yard on the meadow behind Eltham Palace last Saturday and Sunday. As well as the...

  • Lord Nelson tall ship seen passing Greenwich on May 26th, 2016 ACCESSIBLE tall ship Lord Nelson has sailed past maritime Greenwich on a visit to the capital. The vessel, celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, was in London last month and was seen passing the Old Royal Naval College where, as...

  • DOZENS of sailors dressed in red manned the yards of Cutty Sark on Thursday to welcome the cruise ship Viking Sea to Greenwich. The brand new ship sailed up the Thames that morning in beautiful sunshine to moor at Greenwich Ship Tier for her christening ceremony. 227-metre long Viking Sea,...

  • AN OLD wharf off Deptford Creek could become home to a heritage ship, if an artist's plans are realised. Well known local artist Peter Kent believes that Dowell's Wharf outside Waitrose in west Greenwich is the perfect place to put a historic ship. Kent, known for his distinctive drawing style...

  • THE KING'S Troop Royal Horse Artillery has received its annual inspection at the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich. The Troop, which moved to Woolwich from St John's Wood in 2012, formed up in the Parade Ground in front of the 18th century barracks this morning shortly after 9am. With a...

  • The changing view from Greenwich Park looking towards the Isle of Dogs is well noted as new towers continue to spring up around Canary Wharf. But wandering through the park the other day, I noticed that the view looking towards the Dome has also substantially altered. I took a photo and by luck...

  • A rare sighting today of General Wolfe stretching his legs with a morning walk around Greenwich Park.

  • CREEK Road was closed to traffic today after a huge crane buckled under the force of Storm Katie during the night. Greenwich woke up to the startling sight of the wilted crane - visible from around town - hanging overhead. It was reported to have crumpled in high winds shortly before 2am. Nobody...

  • I have never met a constituent who did not agree that the two sides of the Thames east of Tower Bridge should be better connected. The issue is how we achieve that cross river connectivity in a way that contributes to a sustainable local transport system that delivers benefits for local residents...

  • Photo © National Maritime Museum A RARE Union flag that was flown at the Battle of Trafalgar is joining the National Maritime Museum’s Nelson Gallery for the first time to mark Trafalgar Day. The flag was flown from HMS Minotaur at Trafalgar in 1805 and taken back to Selling in Kent,...

  • By chance today I learnt of the death of Owen Bryce at the age of 95. Woolwich should be proud of Owen, not just because he was a shopkeeper here but because he was one of the people who started revivalist jazz in Britain. ‘Trad jazz’ – played by a group of lads from Woolwich […]

  • Thank you to Sue from the Friends of East Greenwich Pleasaunce for details of this year’s Trafalgar Day event. On Saturday 24th October there will be a Trafalgar Day Act of Remembrance which will take place at 12 noon at the memorial plaque, to which all are welcome. The remains of some of...

  • The classic cinematic depiction of Nelson’s life starring Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier will be shown at the Old Royal Naval College on October 21st. The Trafalgar Day screening of the film, which tells Nelson’s story through the memoir of Emma Hamilton, will be introduced by...

  • Mike King was a rather exceptional human being. I first met him early in 2012 in Greenwich Park where he was photographing the start of a cycling event and was soon struck by the sweet nature of this tall, smiling man with a couple of Nikon DSLRs around his neck. I like to think we […]

  • On Tuesday, after months of negotiations, the Council’s Planning Board will determine whether or not to approve Knight Dragon’s revisions to the 2004 Greenwich Peninsula masterplan. The proposals are wide-ranging but the core issues at stake are an increase in the total number of permitted...

  • The Royal Naval College was established at Greenwich Hospital in January 1873. While recently perusing through the College archives held at the National Archives at Kew, I found a letter written to the Admiralty in February 1873 suggesting a new coat of arms for the nascent college. Sir, I have...

  • It was on this day, August 4th, in 1902 that a new way of getting across the Thames, built by the London County Council, opened to the public. The new foot tunnel, which had taken about three years to build, connected Greenwich with Millwall on the other side of the river. The anniversary of the...

  • A new book telling the personal stories of Nelson’s Band of Brothers is out now. Edited by Captain Peter Hore, a former Greenwich resident, and published by Seaforth Publishing, the hardback title explores the lives on Nelson’s captains. Two of the entries in the book have been...

  • Greenwich.co.uk’s Charlton match reporter Kevin Nolan turns travel writer with this account of his visit with wife Hazel to Burnham Thorpe, birthplace of Nelson. The village of Burnham Thorpe is one of the five “Burnhams”  clustered together near the North Norfolk coastline,...

  • AROUND about the ninety-ninth anniversary of the death of Lord Nelson, in October 1904, an incident occurred in Greenwich which was described by the press as an “outrage”. It was an act of vandalism at the Naval College that was so foul, the Kentish Mercury described it as a...

  • Nelson’s three days of lying in state in the Painted Hall at Greenwich started on January 5th 1806, having been killed during his victory at Trafalgar in October 1805. Newspaper accounts from the time explain how the public queued in vast numbers for their chance to see the coffin. Those...




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