(03) 544 5168

021 955 168

Professional Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning Services

Carpet Cleaning

What we do

Your carpets are evaluated for cleaning needs, since every carpet must be treated differently depending on soiling.  We move any necessary furniture* and then we begin by vacuuming with an upright vacuum cleaner for a thorough removal of dry soils. The carpet is then pre-treated for difficult spots and pre-sprayed.  We agitate with a carpet rake which lifts up the pile and ensures an even and deep spread of the active pre-spray. We deeply inject the pile with heated water (steam) which loosens up dirt and sanitises  the carpets and it is then drawn out again by our powerful vacuum blower, which ensures quick dry times. This method of carpet cleaning is recommended by the leading carpet manufacturers such as Cavalier Bremworth.  If furniture has been moved we return it back to their original spots and place disposable furniture protectors under underneath to protect carpet and furniture while it finishes drying.

Breakable furnishings such as TV’s, stereos etc will need to be moved by customer prior commencement of cleaning. Extremely heavy furnishings such as pianos, large units/ sideboards/wardrobes etc will not be moved due to health & safety risks.

How long does it take to dry?

Average dry time for carpets can be around the 5 hour mark.  This largely depends of type of carpet, the degree of cleaning required, the weather and also individual home types - some are warmer than others.  If dry times are a concern to you then we have professional centrifugal air movers and dehumidifiers to help speed things up.  

Why Choose a professional?

Choosing a reputable carpet cleaning company is ideal as the supermarket DIY machines or the“jack of all trades” carpet cleaners can over wet carpets because the equipment may not have the power to remove the majority of moisture from the carpets. This could lead to browning and irreversible damage to your investment, or your landlord’s investment.

(03) 544 5168

021 955 168


Tom Gower