Carpet Cleaning Services in South Ealing W5

Carpet Cleaning in South Ealing W5

Carpet Cleaning Care South Ealing W5 have been delivering a flawless standard of carpet cleaning services for unbeatable prices in South Ealing W5 for over a decade. Our friendly, experienced, proficient and efficient employees will employ tailored shampoos, industrial vacuums and conditioners specifically suited to your carpeting’s materials 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.

Our cleaners will move all items of furniture or other furnishings to make sure that every square centimetre of your carpeting is spotlessly cleaned. They will also pre-treat any stains with specific anti-stain products before hoovering and employ conditioners that are tailored to suit your carpeting’s fabrics after vacuuming to make sure they keep their cleanliness and shape. They will also wear protective footwear throughout the cleaning process and leave them with you to wear while your carpets finish drying.

So call Carpet Cleaning Care South Ealing W5 today on 020 3746 2553 to learn more about our carpet cleaning services from one of our advisers. They will be able to answer any questions that you might have and offer you a free carpet cleaning quote. We are waiting to take your call twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week and you can even make a same day appointment for no extra charge so get in touch whenever you like.

You can also get in touch with us by filling out our booking form on this website and one of our customer advisers will give you a ring back with with answers to all of your questions and a free carpet cleaning quote. Our call centres are fully staffed twenty-four-seven so give us a ring anytime to make your carpet cleaning booking.

Pitzhanger Manor

Pitzhanger Manor House, in Ealing (west London), was owned from 1800 to 1810 by the architect John Soane, who radically rebuilt it. Soane intended it as a country villa for entertaining and eventually for passing to his elder son. He demolished most of the existing building except the two-storey south wing built in 1768 by George Dance, who had been his first employer. In the late twentieth century, an extensive restoration returned much of the building back to Soane's design...

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The Questors Theatre

The Questors Theatre is a theatre venue located in the London Borough of Ealing, west London. It is home of The Questors, a non-professional theatre company and is a member of The Little Theatre Guild of Great Britain. Among those who accepted an invitation between 1930 and 1944 to serve as The Questors' Presidents were Robert Atkins, Ion Swinley, Ben Webster, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies and Margaret Webster...

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St Thomas the Apostle, Hanwell

:For the saint after whom this church is named, see Thomas the Apostle. ::For other churches with the same name see St. Thomas' Church & St. Thomas the Apostle. St Thomas the Apostle is a Church of England church, which is situated along Boston Road in Hanwell, in the London Borough of Ealing. It forms part of the Diocese of London. It was designed to hold 428 people. English Heritage has listed it as a Grade II* building...

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South Ealing Reviews


South Ealing News


  • A scout group is set to buy eight new stand-up paddle boards after it was awarded a £900 cash boost as part of a community scheme.

  • THE Shipping Building at The Old Vinyl Factory development in Blyth Road, Hayes, has been sold for £29m.

  • A fire in a high street nail shop led to the evacuation of 20 people from nearby flats after a lamp supposedly caught alight.

  • A number of libraries that relied on the services of Carillion have assured their users that it is “business as usual”.

  • Roads by a busy hospital were brought to a standstill after a burst water pipe led to widespread flooding.

  • One September evening in 1785, the merchant Jonah Hancock is told that one of his captains has sold Jonah’s ship for what appears to be a mermaid. As gossip spreads through the city, everyone wants to see Mr Hancock’s marvel, and soon he makes the acquaintance of Angelica Neal, a courtesan of...

  • The Tamil community came together for a day of joy and celebration to commemorate the annual Thai Pongal festival.

  • An NHS blood centre is calling for more donors to add to the bank.

  • AS a Shelter supporter, I was devastated to discover that there are almost 500 homeless families in Hillingdon.

  • CHRISTMAS at intu Uxbridge was a particularly happy time for the centre’s charity partners.

  • The new interim chief executive of Harrow Council has lent his support to a free workshop aimed at improving mental health in the borough.

  • A hospice is calling on people to showcase their general knowledge skills by taking part in its annual quiz night.

  • A man who said he wanted to “kill a Muslim” before he drove his van into an Indian restaurant has been released from prison after serving his 33-week sentence on remand.

  • Everyone knows the pain of trying to pack two weeks’ worth of suncream, shorts and swimming costumes in what feels like a tiny 15kg suitcase.

  • AN Acton woman has begun a mission to swim 100 miles by July to raise vital funds for London’s Air Ambulance.

  • VOLUNTEERS from Uxbridge food manufacturer General Mills put their DIY skills to the test by helping Iver Environment Centre renovate a disused water wheel in its community sensory garden.

  • Donald Trump has cancelled his planned visit to the UK, where he was scheduled to open the new US embassy.

  • A woman and her nine-year-old son are missing, with police launching an appeal to help find them.

  • Aspiring sports stars have been given the opportunity to earn funding from as part of a talent development programme.

  • A longstanding pillar of the community is handing over his newsagents after 37 years in the business.

  • AS children get used to their new tablets, smart phones and games consoles post-Christmas it would be fair to assume many will be spending more time online this year.

  • An MP has spoken out against regimes in the Middle East, urging the Government to come to the aid of those who are being oppressed.

  • THE town of Hayes has had a long and intriguing past. The area today is made up of what was originally five separate villages, Botwell, Hayes Town, Hayes End, Wood End and Yeading.

  • A LEADING figure in the Students’ Union at the University of West London in Ealing is to join the Government’s regulatory and competition body for higher education in England.

  • A report conducted by an education think-tank has revealed the top areas to live in when it comes to good schools.

  • The Observer is running a limited series of free digital marketing advice seminars, aimed specifically at local businesses who would like to expand their digital knowledge and cut through the jargon.

  • ACS International Schools has launched a new Global Citizens Award, which will recognise, encourage and reward young people making a difference to their communities. 

  • Members of a golf club are fighting to save their honours boards following significant clubhouse refurbishment.

  • A popular charity has moved from its site in Wealdstone to Harrow town centre.

  • PROMISING athletes in Ealing are being given the opportunity to receive funding from leisre firm Everyone Active as part of its talent development programme.

  • A care home banished the winter blues by holding a special ‘Spanish Day’.

  • An experienced choir hopes to maintain its high level of performance by signing people up to a specialist refresher course.

  • A London Assembly member has hit back at suggestions that she was “headline grabbing” in her report on ‘beds in sheds’ in the capital.

  • TESCO is recalling one date code of their Finest range chocolate cake because it may contain walnuts which are not mentioned on the label.

  • A leisure centre is giving one lucky family the chance to win a free climbing session to celebrate its new climbing programme.

  • Teachers and pupils made a triumphant return to their original school site after the discovery of a chalk mine had forced them into a nine-month exile.

  • FOR the ninth year-running, Northwood-based Michael Sobell Hospice’s biggest fund-raiser of the year, Ladies in the Night Walk, is back with a carnival theme on Friday, June 15 at 10pm.

  • PEOPLE in Ealing are more likely to turn up the heating for visitors than their partner or children.

  • A police officer was left with a fractured eye socket after he was brutally assaulted in an unprovoked attack while tending to an elderly man who had collapsed on a bus.

  • The news has been awash with stories from the recent Golden Globe Awards - whether it's concerning disgraced directors and actors across Hollywood or women wearing black in solidarity with those who have come forward over sexual misconduct.

  • 11-year-old Malcolm Polstead and his daemon, Asta, live with his parents at the Trout Inn near Oxford. Across the River Thames (which Malcolm navigates often using his beloved canoe, a boat by the name of La Belle Sauvage) is the Godstow Priory where the nuns live. Malcolm learns they have a...

  • THE NHS has issued a health warning as a French Flu epidemic from across the Channel threatens to hit the UK.

  • Kick start your New Year resolutions with a cocktail boot camp this January.

  • A council has defended its response to Storm Eleanor, which saw a number of trees brought down as high winds battered the UK.

  • A farming family was given a shock when a small plane crashed into one of their fields.

  • A hospice is encouraging people to don their walking boots and take part in a charity hike across three counties.

  • Bridge players are being asked to put their best hands forward by taking part in a charity tournament.

  • Many different factors which have resulted in Monday, January 15, being dubbed the most depressing day of the year.

  • HIP Hop dance stars Boy Blue Entertainment, UMA and Definitive are among the big names appearing at a benefit night to raise money for Hillingdon Manor School in Harlington Road.

  • THE most popular pet names are Charlie, Poppy and Bella for the second year in a row, according to figures from Pets at Home Ruislip.




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