The upholstery cleaning services we offer in Wimbledon, London aims to fulfill the cleaning assignments of all our customers. We are aware of the fact that upholstery can’t be properly maintained if you don’t have enough experience, training and materials. This is where we come in – we work with some of the best trained upholstery cleaners in Wimbledon, London and they are qualified to deliver top quality upholstery cleaning at an affordable price.
Our upholstery cleaning service is very flexible and our cleaners can treat a number of different tapestries. We can also clean your curtains, blinds, mattresses, chairs, sofas, etc. There are few things which our team can’t handle. Our service includes the proper hovering and dusting of your upholstery. Depending on the upholstery’s condition, our cleaning team will apply different cleaning detergents which will remove the stains and restore the good condition of your favorite upholstery.
The final step involves the steam cleaning method which flushes out all of the dust and grime from the upholstery. The hot water used in this method will not only flush out the dust and grime, but it will also kill 98% of the bacteria living in the upholstery. The upholstery cleaning service will not only improve your upholstery’s appearance, but will also benefit for a more hygienic and fresh living environment.
If you want the achieve result to last for longer, you should consider purchasing the special “Scotchgard” upholstery protection solution. This application serves as a protective shield which repels liquid from the upholstery, therefore reducing the chance of stains.
Upholstery cleaning Wimbledon
An area in London south west, the Wimbledon district lies within Greater London. It is located east of Kingston upon Thames and south of Wandsworth. The district is home to the popular Wimbledon Tennis Championships along with the New Wimbledon Theatre. The area also contains Wimbledon Common.
The entire residential area of Wimbledon has been divided into two sections, the town area and the village area. After the railway station was built in the area in 1838, the modern development started. According to Domesday Book, the Wimbledon had been part of manor of Mortlake.
Brief History of Wimbledon
The area has been inhabited since the Iron Age. It is believed that then a Wimbledon Common on hill fort was built. In a charter that was signed by King Edgar the Peaceful in the year 967 the original village was referred as Wimbedounyng. The current name of the district means Wynnman’s hill. In Old English ‘dun’ means hill. In 1786 map of J Cary the area has been named as Wimbleton.
Nearest Stations in Wimbledon
The nearest railway stations in the district are Wimbledon station, Wimbledon Chase railway station, Raynes Park railway station, Wimbledon Park and South Wimbledon.