Binley Carpet Cleaner

We offer our carpet cleaning / carpet cleaner services in Binley.  Whether to local residents or commercial business if your looking for a quality carpet cleaner that is able to get you results without charging you an extortionate amount give us a call.

We pride ourselves on getting excellent carpet cleaning results across Binley.

Carpet Cleaning Services in Binley

We provide a wide range of domestic carpet cleaning services throughout Binley and Coventry using both fully trained specialists and equipment. All our staff are both professional and reliable, and as part of an independent company provide a friendly and local touch.

Our specially developed cleaning solutions ensure we provide you with a world class service that will clean not just the surface but also deep carpet fibres, leaving your carpets cleaner for longer. What’s more, our hugely competitive pricing means we provide a fantastic service at a great value with no additional hidden costs.

A little history of Binley

Binley is a suburb in the east of Coventry, England. Binley evolved from a small mining village on the outskirts of Coventry to a large residential area composing private residences and council-owned properties.

Binley colliery started producing coal in 1911 and was most productive during the 1950s, the entrance was on Willenhall Lane. It closed in 1963 and Herald Way industrial estate now occupies the site. Former pit worker cottages still remain along Willenhall Lane and St James Lane.

Binley is flanked by Willenhall to one side (separated by the Coventry to Euston railway line), Stoke Aldermoor to another side (separated by Allard Way road), and Binley Woods on a third side, which almost joins Binley since the construction of the Eastern Bypass, a B&Q store and a T.G.I. Friday’s restaurant between the two areas. The final side is Copsewood, leading to Wyken in one direction, and Stoke the other.

In the 1960s, a new housing estate called Ernesford Grange was built in Binley. Many of the new closes were named after miners who were well known in the community; William McKee, George Robertson, and Sam Gault being examples. Binley grew further in the 1990s with a large housing estate being constructed to the east of the old schools and extending to Brinklow Road (near to Coombe Country Park).