Who Are We
Carpets happen to see quite a substantial amount of everyday use, which over a period of time starts to show in the form of general wear and tear. This in turn reduces the appearance, quality and the characteristics of the carpet itself. Whether it’s natural or man-made fiber, every carpet begins to show a sign of fatigue after some time of use. Since changing the carpets every couple of years is not the most budget-minded option, then the best thing you can do is subject the carpets to professional cleaning. Actually, industry research has shown that professional grade carpet cleaning is the only proven way to keep any type of carpet looking fresher and brighter for longer.
We at TSD Cleaning Services consider our carpet cleaning in Surrey Quays to be a highly specific and technical process so we have taken the time and put the effort into training our staff in the safe and efficient use of steam cleaning equipment. This is utterly important to us, because bespoken cleaning results and the safety of our customers and staff are required every time – no exceptions. The carpet cleaning process, in some detail consists of a thorough vacuuming at the start, once the larger debris is gone; a solvent solution is then applied in order to soften any heavy or stubborn stains. The process ends with a detailed steam cleaning of the whole carpet.
What We Offer
Our carpet cleaning in Surrey Quays SE16 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
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
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 Surrey Quays carpet cleaners work 7 days a week with no extra charge for the weekends.
We at TSD Cleaning Services use the best cleaning solutions and products for your Surrey Quays carpet cleaning, from big named brands such as PROCHEM, JOHNSONs, HOST and CHEMSPEC. They are not only powerful, but also environmental friendly. Our Surrey Quays carpet cleaners are dedicated and skilful enough to evaluate the conditions of your carpets and treat them in the best possible way, bringing them back to life.
We are confident to give our clients 100% guarantee of the service. If you are not entirely happy with the results, our carpet cleaners in Surrey Quays will come back to re-clean your carpet again to your complete and entire satisfaction.
Areas we cover
We also provide carpet cleaning service in the following neighbouring areas:
- Docklands E14
- Aldgate E1
- Bermondsey SE1
- Borough SE1
- Walworth SE17
- Peckham SE15
- New Cross SE14
- Deptford SE8
Interesting information about Surrey Quays SE16…
- Surrey Quays SE16 is a residential area of Rotherhithe, situated within London Borough of Southwark in south-east London. Once being occupied by the Surrey Commercial Docks, in 1981 the area started to develop as a part of London Docklands Development Corporation established by Margaret Thatcher.
- Greenland Dock is situated nearby Surrey Quays. It is the oldest riverside wet dock in London. The dock dates back to 1695 and it was owned by the 1st Duke of Bedford. Nowadays the place is used for recreational activities.
- South Dock is the second surviving wet dock in London. It was built in 1809. The place was seriously damaged by the German attacks during the World War II. Today South Dock is a vivacious residential and commercial area as well as light industrial land.
- Baltic Quay is a large residential area in Surrey Quays famous with the unique architecture. The place was completed in 1989 and it was awarded with the prize of the London Docklands Development Corporation. It is the landmark of the area.
- Russia Dock Woodland is a significant park nearby Surrey Quays. It was established after the closure of the Russia Dock – once used for importing goods from Sweden, Russia and Norway. The wood of the park, also known as “deal wood” was used for furniture and newsprint in the past. Together with Canada Water Russia Dock Woodland was announced to be a wildlife reserve.