Probably you are tired of the never ending vacuum cleaning and carpet washing. The worst part here is if you don’t have any skills you will probably not have a good final result as well. This means that it will be pretty hard for you to retain the bright colors of your carpets and at the same time have as much free time as you want.
Well, if you are living in Islington and if you are looking for a professional carpet and rug cleaning, then you might be interested in our offer.
– hot water extraction
– spot and stain removal
– mattress cleaning
– anti-static treatment
– special detergents
If you book our services you will have the chance to take advantage of some of all the above mentioned services. Plus we will make sure that we will give our best because every single one of our operatives is being specially trained and NCCA-certified. We can save you much time and
nerves and all you need to do is to pick up the phone and give us a call.
Islington is a great residential area located in the Southwest parts of London. The name of the place comes from old English meaning “weel by a post or a tree trunk”. Before 1800, the place was all fields, woods and a few country houses, but after 1800 Islington station was
opened by King Edward VII – it was the first tube railway.
A couple of years after that the area began gaining popularity and later it was one of the most desired neighborhoods because of the
Victorian mansions and houses. Even a botanical garden was made by John Tradesant.
There are 8 underground stations in the area as well as many deep level shelters against air raids. One of the biggest shelters is in fact in Islington and it can accommodate more than 1500 people.
Nowadays Islington is a multiform and beautiful town. There you can find many well preserved buildings and a couple of conservation places. Lots of Portuguese bars can be found on South Lamberth Road and this is the reason because of which it has received the nickname Little
Lots of interesting places worth of visiting can be found in Islington – St Michael’s Church, Friendly Almshouses, Islington Green area, the Brixton Tabernacle, King George’s House, Islington Brewery, St Andrew’s Church, etc.