Earlsdon Carpet Cleaner

We offer our carpet cleaning / carpet cleaner services in Earlsdon.  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 Earlsdon.

Carpet Cleaning Services in Earlsdon

We provide a wide range of domestic carpet cleaning services throughout Earlsdon 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 Earlsdon

In the mid-19th century, Earlsdon was a hub of activity for the rising watch-making trade.[3] Even as the industry began to decline, Earlsdon continued to grow and was incorporated into the city of Coventry in 1890. The watch-making trade is represented by the clock on the roundabout at the bottom of the high street, where Earlsdon Avenue North and South join.

In 1897, the opening of Albany Road, named after Princess Helena, Duchess of Albany, who visited Coventry in November the following year, allowed for far greater access to and from the rest of the city and development in Earlsdon quickly increased. By 1918, the area was fully developed as it is today, but has seen some redevelopment in recent years.

Today, Earlsdon is a large residential suburb associated with Wainsbody ward to the south. Many academics and students from Coventry University and the University of Warwick live in both wards as they are closest to Coventry University and have streets of upmarket Edwardian homes for industry owners and, increasingly, on the expansion of higher education centres, researchers and lecturers.