The perfect carpet cleaning solutions for your Swansea home or commercial premises
If you have decided that you need to get your carpets cleaned, you are probably searching right now for “Swansea’s best carpet cleaner” and quite rightly so. We all like to do our research when choosing products and services these days but with so much conflicting information out there, things can suddenly become really confusing. You will come across so many differing opinions with everyone extolling the virtues and disadvantages of each and every carpet cleaning method under the sun!
The truth is that most carpet cleaning methods have their place and can all be used to great effect by the competent professional. If you are contemplating taking the DIY carpet cleaning option, we would advise caution, despite how appealing it may initially seem. (Read more about this in our blog article).
Over wetting the carpet is a real possibility if you don’t know what you are doing, resulting in a host of issues that will cost you more in the long run. Of course, you should vacuum carpets regularly and thoroughly on a regular basis (at least 3 times per week) to extract dry loose, dry soils. However, when it comes to removing ingrained dirt it is more sensible to put your trust in a knowledgeable professional who will understand the chemistry and correct execution required to produce the best results.
That said, despite what some people may lead you to believe, carpet cleaning is not rocket science! The first few stages of all carpet cleaning systems are actually very similar and it is usually the method of extraction that is the main difference.
The most important thing from our point of view is to give you sound professional advice on the best system for your personal situation. If you become a valued customer, we will tailor a service that will best enable us to achieve the results that you deserve.
The carpet will be inspected before cleaning in order to determine its fibre type and construction. We will note it’s general condition as well as the level of soiling and assess whether any specialist spot and stain treatments are likely to be required.
Choosing the correct system will allow us to achieve the optimum results for your home or commercial environment.