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About Local Cleaners Oxford OX

Who are we?

11 years ago Local Cleaners Oxford started as small local cleaning company in Oxford OX area. We are now a local and regional carpet cleaning service provider that covers the entire Oxford and Oxfordshire region.We are also pretty much convinced that we can bring you the best carpet and upholstery cleaning experience anywhere in the UK. Local Cleaners Oxford Ltd. is a company that provides only the best service to the customers. The cleaning specialists are well trained and use only professional detergents certified by Prochem. After years of hard work which creates our tremendous experience, we are one of the market leaders in Oxford OX.

Why choose is?

If you are looking for quality service company - Local Cleaners Oxford is the right choice!

  • Eco-friendly, pet & child safe solutions used;
  • Same-day & emergency service available;
  • Availability to work after-hours;
  • Multiple bookings discounts available;
  • No hidden fees;

Company mission

Our deep roots in the Oxford community and many years in the business give us an exact understanding of the needs and wants of the local residents. From professionally and expediently cleaned homes, to discounts that will save you a lot of money, we offer a wide range of service that include every aspect of home cleaning and care. The goal of the owner of Local Cleaners Oxford Ltd. James Roberts is to provide easily accessible services at reasonable prices. This would make the clients happy and satisfied by our professional cleaning.

We created 24/7 customer service support which can give you answer of all your questions offering you the best price possible! You can book our services via Booking form, live chat or just call us on 020 3746 8228.

Working hours - 7 days a week
Sunday: 07:00 - 19:00
Monday: 07:00 - 19:00
Tuesday: 07:00 - 19:00
Wednesday: 07:00 - 19:00
Thursday: 07:00 - 19:00
Friday: 07:00 - 19:00
Saturday: 07:00 - 19:00

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