Carpet Cleaning Denmark Hill SE5

Who Are We

Carpet Cleaner Denmark Hill SE5

Professional carpet cleaning by TSD Cleaning Services

We at TSD Cleaning understand that the carpets are one of the most expensive investments in our homes or offices. We value your choice and take absolutely complete care to clean your carpets even to extend their lives as long as possible. Our carpet cleaning in Denmark Hill SE5 is with bespoke quality. The carpet cleaning materials and techniques we use are capable to lift a whole room bringing it back to its former glory and leaving the air in it notably improved. Our Denmark Hill carpet cleaning technicians are experienced and they use trained methods, ensuring that your carpets will look like brand new. We always deliver bespoken quality to our clients, leaving the carpets smelling good and germ free.

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What We Offer

Our carpet cleaning in Denmark Hill SE5 includes:

• Hot water extraction
• Dry cleaning
• Upholstery, rug and mattress cleaning
• Spot treatment and stain removal
• Deodoriser and odour treatment
• Stain protection treatment / scotch guard

Carpet Cleaning Prices

Here are our prices at a glance. They are the lowest you can find.

Single bedroom – £18.00
Double bedroom – £22.00
Lounge – £23.00
Dining room – £18.00
Hallway – £13.00
Flight of stairs – £18.00
Landing- £6.00

All prices exclude VAT. Congestion charge and parking fees may apply.

To get a free no obligation quote call us now on 0208 819 9476. Our carpet cleaning in Denmark Hill SE5 is provided 7 days a week with no extra charge for the weekends.

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Our Service

Stain removal Denmark HIll SE5

Free stain removal as part of the carpet cleaning treatment

We at TSD Cleaning Services in Denmark Hill SE5 are satisfied only when you are. That is why we spare no efforts and resources to keep our staff updated to the latest innovations and developments. Our dedicated carpet cleaners are with us at the very beginning and they never stop learning and improving their skills. Being members of the NCCA, we have connections with the experts in the industry and we are proud to maintain the organization high quality standards. Our carpet cleaners in Denmark Hill SE5 use the most powerful machinery which is not available to the public, along with allergen- free and environmental friendly cleaning solutions with proved efficiency.
TSD Cleaning Services in Denmark Hill SE5 take complete care of its clients. We not only provide the clients with superb services, but also give you our 100% guarantee. If you are not entirely happy with the result, our friendly carpet cleaner will re-do the disputed are free of charge.

Areas we cover

We also provide carpet cleaning service in the following neighbouring areas:

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Interesting information about Denmark Hill SE5…

• Denmark Hill SE5 is a residential area and road in Camberwell, in the London Borough of Southwark. The place is named after the Queen Anne’s husband, Prince George of Denmark, who lived there.
• Denmark Hill is a home of a remarkable park, called Ruskin Park, named after John Ruskin- a famous art critic, who lived in the area. The park is a welcoming for visitors and also well-maintained place with a great number of opportunities for play, sport and relaxation. Having a padding pool, playground, tennis courts, and football pitch, the park is attractive for many visitors. Ruskin Park contains plenty of ornamental and wildlife ponds, as well as splendid collection of ornamental and native trees. Pride of place goes to a delightful wooden bandstand in the centre of the park.
• Situated at Denmark Hill SE5, Maudsley Hospital is the biggest psychiatric hospital in the UK and the world leader in mental health training and researches. The hospital was founded in 1907. In the hospital is located the UK’s only Specialist Biomedical Research Centre. The team aims are developing treatments based on individual needs, diagnosing the illness more effectively and much earlier.
• The William Booth Memorial Training College is the headquarters of the Salvation Army leadership and officer training. The college was opened in 1929 in honour of William Booth- a famous British Methodist preacher. The building is Grade II listed. The original elevator beyond the reception area has been used to film scenes for Agatha Christie’s Pairots.