Carpet Cleaning Services in South Hampstead NW6

Carpet Cleaning in South Hampstead NW6

Carpet Cleaning Care South Hampstead NW6 is the expert, affordable and experienced carpet cleaning company able to supply you with exceptional carpet cleaning services throughout South Hampstead NW6. Our thoroughly trained, fully insured, immaculately uniformed and carefully vetted cleaners will employ top of the range industrial vacuums, shampoos and conditioners on your carpets and they will also pre-treat any engrained stains with products tailored to the materials of your carpets.

We are able to supply extraction cleaning, dry carpet cleaning or steam cleaning as well as tailored treatments for oriental rugs or other delicate materials. Our cleaners are equipped with top of the range vacuums, shampoos and conditioners , meaning you can look forward to every last inch of your carpeting being left immaculately clean. We have been the number one suppliers of carpet cleaning services in South Hampstead NW6 for over ten years.

You can also fill out our booking form and we’ll telephone you back. And if you are getting in touch with us to book your carpet cleaning service, remember to ask about the way that you can save money by purchasing numerous services at the same time. You can get a reduction of up to fifteen per cent by buying a number of cleaning services simultaneously, so give House Cleaners South Hampstead NW6 a call today on 020 3746 2553 .

Camden Arts Centre

Camden Arts Centre is a contemporary visual arts space, dedicated to engaging with artists from across the international arts scene. Placing the artist at the centre, Camden Arts Centre strives to involve members of the public in the ideas and work of today's artists, and the artists who inspire them. The exhibition and education programmes are developed with equal importance, and are continually intertwined...

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The Academy School

The Academy School is an independent preparatory school for boys and girls aged between 6 and 13. It is located in Hampstead, London and has been operating since 1997. Children are accepted at any point in the academic year and at any point in their academic career. The school aims to '…give pupils the confidence and grounding they require in order to meet their objectives and achieve entrance into their next schools...

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Everyman Cinema

The Everyman, in Hampstead, London, England opened as a cinema on 26 December 1933. The building was first opened as the Hampstead Drill Hall and Assembly Rooms in the 1880s. Later it was transformed into a theatre, the Everyman Theatre, which opened in 1920 under the direction of Norman MacDermott (1890–1977); with the first British production of Jacinto Benavente's The Bonds of Interest (Los intereses creados, 1907)...

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South Hampstead Reviews


South Hampstead News


  • Northwick Park Hospital is battling a shortage of intensive care beds, leading to concerns about patient safety.

  • Brent Labour has chosen its candidate to replace former mayor Lesley Jones, whose death led to the suspension of the Willesden Green ward election earlier this month.

  • Police investigating the violent and unprovoked murder of Kingsbury man Josh Hanson are appealing for information following possible sightings of chief suspect Shane O’Brien – as he is placed on a worldwide “most wanted” list.

  • The funeral of former Brent mayor Lesley Jones will take place on Tuesday with all friends, former colleagues and well-wishers welcome.

  • A social enterprise cinema in Kensal Rise is welcoming a string of prominent film writers, critics and curators through its doors with a set of cultural screenings.

  • Campaigners in Dollis Hill have lost their fight to avoid a dump and aggregrate site which will blight their corner of Brent.

  • A Wembley mother whose six-year-old son died of Sickle Cell disease is urging the public to back her choir if they get to sing before judges at the Britain’s Got Talent semi-finals.

  • The controversial decision to hand over £17.8m of public money to a private developer to spruce up Wembley Park was “reviewed” and agreed in under five minutes on Monday afternoon.

  • Villagers in Roe Green have a fresh fight on their hands as an appeal is lodged to put commercial football pitches in a nearby secondary school.

  • An 84-year-old mother says the looming eviction of her family from their Kilburn home is killing her as she accuses the council of “throwing them away”.




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