Carpet Cleaning in Alness - 7 days a week
This carpet cleaning service is not only suitable for after renovation work, but for general use as well. This means whenever your floor coverings start to look unattractive or give off an odour, you’ll be able to book a slot with us.
A qualified specialist who has experience working with both artificial and natural fibres will be sent to your property. And they’ll take care of all the issues you may have, including dirt patches, building dust, and even interior moisture.
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You can contact us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 0131 608 4724. Prefer not to speak over the phone? Use this website’s chat facility or booking form instead. And don’t forget, quotes are totally FREE.
Carpet and Rug Cleaning in Alness That Covers...
Fabric identification: nothing will happen until your rug cleaning experts in Alness have found the right method for your floor covering
Stain removal: your professionals will bring powerful Prochem products that can eliminate marks caused by coffee, tea, and more
Weekends and Bank Holidays: not free during the week? Our flexible appointments have been designed to help you get around this problem
Substantial price reductions: all you’ve got to do is book more than service – why not add our after builders cleaning or window cleaning to your order?
FREE, no-obligation quotes: talk to an expert now, describe your specific fabric, and then get your estimate. We’re here 24/7
Carpet Cleaners in Alness Who’ll Use Steam or Dry Cleaning
Before cleansing your fabric, the carpet cleaners sent to your Alness will identify the specific material you own. Depending on what they determine, one of the two following techniques will be used…
Dry cleaning – got a natural carpet or rug? Your professionals will spread a dirt absorbing powder over it, and brush it in. A traditional vacuum cleaner will then be used to remove the powder and any grime present.
Or steam cleaning – own an artificial floor covering? Hot water and powerful detergent will be injected deep into its pile, and then extracted via strong suction. This method involves liquids and will take up to three hours to dry. Want to cut this down? Ask your team to bring an air mover or open a nearby window.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is the right way to clean my carpet?
A: Your carpet cleaners have the know-how and expertise to perform both steam and dry cleaning. Steam cleaning is used for artificial fibres, whereas dry cleaning is used on carpets made by natural fibres.
Q: Can you tell me more about steam and dry cleaning?
A: Absolutely. Dry cleaning involves the use of specialised dry powder, that attracts dirt and dust molecules, which are then vacuumed out, along with the powder itself. Steam cleaning involves use of cleaning detergent and hot water, inserted deep into the fabric under pressure and then extracted wit the help of a powerful vacuum cleaner.
Q: Will my carpet be wet after the clean?
A: Dry-cleaned carpets will be ready for you to use right away. Steam cleaned once, on the other hand, will need about 3 hours to dry, before you can walk on them.