Services

 

Carpet Cleaning

Dry Cleaning

We use the latest equipment and methods, safe, low allergenic chemicals, carpets left dry, soft and clean, ready to walk on.

'Dry' cleaning (some water is used though less than in steam cleaning), is what is commonly known as  'surface cleaning.'  It's handy for areas that receive a lot of traffic and need a fast drying time. Dry cleaning can be used as a maintenance clean but it's still best to have hot water extraction done from time to time.

Bonnet cleaning is the most-commonly used form of dry cleaning. In this process, basic furniture is removed, the carpet is vacuumed, then we use a carpet rake to lift the pile and fibres, a cleaning solution is presprayed onto the carpet and if required, some stains may be individually treated with  specific stain removal agents. Cleaning solution is then applied to a fabric pad (called a Bonnet)  which is selected depending on the level of cleaning required, the pad is then attached to a rotary scrubbing machine and is walked over the carpet rubbing the fibres, transferring the dirt onto the pad  Then the carpet is vacuumed for a second time if required.

 

Steam Cleaning/Warm Water Extraction.

Carpet Manufacturer recommended Cleaning, Deep Pile cleans, Expert Stain removal, Truck mount units and Portables available.

Warm water extraction, also known as steam cleaning, although steam is NOT used, water is only recommended to be warm, not Hot. Basic furniture is removed,  the carpet is vacuumed, then a cleaning solution is applied to the carpet, called prespraying, the amount and type of solution used is based on the type of carpet fibre and level of clean required,  warm or hot water and cleaning solution is then jet sprayed deep into the carpet fibres to break up the soil and contaminants, then  the carpet is extracted using a high powered  vacuum. This process removes  dirt and detergents and basic stains leaving the carpet free of chemical residues and deep imbedded dirt.  Additional or specific stain removal techniques may be required for certain common stains such as red wine, urine, blood, pet stains, pasta sauce, grease and nail polish. Drying time is longer than Dry Cleaning and is dependent on air flow, if doors and windows are left open, and air movement is good, drying time can be a little as 2 - 4 hours.

 

Additional Services

Upholstery Cleaning

Couches, sofas, dining chairs, office chairs, chaise lounges, modulars,  cushions, leather and fabric.

Expert Stain Removal

All stains treated, specialised spotter agents, specific stain treatments.

Duct Cleaning

Floor and ceiling ducts, return air vents, vacuumed, cleaned, sanitised and deodorised.

Mattress Cleaning

Kills dust mites and bed bugs, sanitises and cleans, stain removal, leaves your mattress, fresh, clean and safe for allergy sufferers.

Car Interiors

Vehicle interior cleaning, perfect for improving the look and resale value of your car or truck.

Commercial Cleaning

Our sister company specialises in all forms of Commercial Cleaning, Hard Floor maintenance, Waste disposal, Window Cleaning, Sanitary and Hygiene services.

 

How to Choose a Carpet Cleaner

There is no single criteria for selecting a carpet cleaning service provider. Several combined factors should be considered in the selection decision.

Price– If an advertised price sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Legitimate business people have legitimate expenses that must be covered to make a profit. They include taxes, insurance, wages and employee benefits, vehicles and quality tools of trade. It is unlikely that a professional carpet cleaner with all these expenses could thoroughly clean your house or business for $10.00 to $15.00 per room.

Quality– Never should the price of cleaning services be the sole criteria for selecting a carpet cleaner. Higher prices do not necessarily mean ‘rip-off’. In all professions, quality work deserves a quality price.

Truth in Advertising– Read the fine print in advertised specials to find out exactly what the price includes.

Training– Professional cleaning firms require management and employees to engage in formal training. Consumers should enquire about the training of the person that he/she engages to clean the carpet in the home/business.

Experience– The years of experience a firm has, combined with formal training programs, contribute significantly to the experience and proficiency of its employees.