Carpet Cleaning for Christmas



Yes, the run-up to Christmas and the holidays is a hectic time of year –

but it is also a great time to get your carpets cleaned.  


We in the UK are currently in lockdown due to Covid-19, hopefully this means restrictions will be lifted in time for us to celebrate Christmas with our families.

When preparing for festivities – especially if it is your turn to host this year – it is important that your home provides a clean and welcoming environment for guests.
A thorough clean for your carpets removes harmful bacteria, fungi and viruses as well as any dirt. This leaves your carpets looking fresh, odourless, and safe for your guests.
It also removes any unsightly stains that may otherwise make an appearance in those treasured Christmas photos.

                                                                                          These are our recommendations:

Seek the help of a professional
To save yourself time, secure high-quality results and avoid costly mistakes this close to the holidays, we recommend contacting a professional truck mounted carpet & upholstery cleaning service.

Do your research
When contacting a carpet cleaner, research the company beforehand. Check which methods they use, their before and after photos, as well as customer reviews.

Book early
A lot of people like to get their carpets cleaned around this time of year. While companies will try to be as flexible as they can to accommodate your needs, if you have a tight schedule, it is definitely worth booking in advance to secure the best time for you. From now until mid-December is a very popular time for carpet cleaning before Christmas trees are put up.

Ask about other services
In addition to carpet cleaning, many companies also offer cleaning services for hard flooring and upholstery cleaning.  Considering your guests will spend most of their visit on your sofas, it’s important that they look their best too.



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