Carpet Cleaning North London

Clean RugA house without carpets is a cold and unhomely place. Only carpets can provide the warmness and comfort necessary to finish the welcome look of a house. We are well aware of that and will treasure your carpets as if they are our own! Our Carpet Cleaning services are well known in North London for their quality and in fact we can assure you that the desired cleaning will be performed in both fast and efficient manner. Our well-trained technicians will come to your house and will clean your rugs on site so that the task is performed as comfortable as possible for you. We accept all kinds of payment methods and are available on short notice, too. Call now!

Professional Carpet Cleaning North London

Does your carpet seem kind of faded lately? Does the spot of wine still catch your eye? As much as you like your old rug there are some kinds of treatments for it, which you can’t provide. For this we offer our experienced technicians who provide the much-recommended Carpet Cleaning service. With our delicate products and modern equipment we will give your carpet a new fresh start and a new look for your house. We are flexible and work 24/7 in North London to accommodate the needs of all our clients – we will come at a convenient time for you. Call now and get your free estimate!

About North London

North London is an imprecise term used to denote areas in the northern part of London. London is divided into North and South differently for different purposes. Generally, River Thames is considered as the divider and the areas on its northern bank are referred to as North London.

According to Koppen climate classification, North London enjoys temperate maritime climate like most parts of the UK. Currently, there are 4 Meteorology Office weather stations in St James Park, Northolt, Heathrow and Hampstead that collect data on weather and climate of North London. At 137m from sea level, Hampstead weather station is the highest in London and can provide climate observation information more than a century old. Due to its urban hilltop location, it rarely experiences severe frosts. Temperature gradually increases towards River Thames primarily due to decreasing altitude and secondarily due to urban warming effect.

The temperature of northern hillier areas of North London and that of the areas adjacent to River Thames can differ by as much as a degree or two. Snow does fall occasionally towards Chiltern but not in central London.

According to England boundary commission, North London is constituted of London boroughs of Westminster, Tower Hamlets, Kensington & Chelsea, Islington, Hillingdon, Hammersmith & Fulham, Enfield, Brent, Barking & Dagenham, Waltham Forest, Redbridge, Newham, Hounslow, Havering, Haringey, Hackney, Ealing, Camden, Barnet and City of London. London Plan for Greater London includes Barnet, Enfield, Haringey, Westminster, Camden, Hackney and Islington areas of North London.