Professional carpet cleaning for your home
A new carpet represents a substantial investment for any household and cleaning it regularly can extend it’s life by years. As well as making it last longer your carpet will look brighter and healthy.
Regular vacuuming is the easiest way to remove loose dirt and dust but over time dirt will cling to the carpet fibres leaving the carpet looking dull and lifeless.
It is impossible for your owned or hired (e.g. Rug Doctor) domestic carpet cleaner to wash your carpet to the standard of our industrial cleaners. Our carpet cleaning method uses up to date high powered portable extraction machines removing unwanted soiling, bacteria and pollens thus breathing new life into the carpet fibres, revitalising the colour and providing a healthy clean environment.
Unlike many companies, we can schedule your cleaning at a time that suits you, whether it be day, evening or weekend.
How we clean your carpet
Firstly, we carefully vacuum your carpet to remove all surface particles – it is very important that all loose dirt is removed.
We will treat any stains appropriately. Unfortunately, there can never be a guarantee of complete removal of a stain, but the correct routine will give your professional cleaner, when called in, the best possible chance of success. Some stains permanently damage the carpet fibres and no amount of specialist cleaning will reverse this. advanced for spot and stain removal and will be able to deal with most problems. If you have a stain you are concerned about, discuss it with our staff beforehand and they will be happy to advise.
Our carpet cleaning machines spray a fine mist of a special fast-acting detergent mixture onto the carpet which is immediately extracted with a very powerful vacuum which removes the dirt filled solution. All carpets we treat are deodorised and sanitised which leaves behind a lovely smelling, clean, healthy carpet. Normally, your carpet will be completely dry in 6-8 hours. However, drying time is dependent on a number of factors including the temperature and humidity, the depth and density of carpet pile and the amount of cleaning required.
Emergency action for spillages
If something gets spilled on your carpet, prompt action is required to prevent staining.