Carpet Cleaners In Clitheroe
We clean carpets in Clitheroe and surrounding areas at low, low prices. Rugs deep cleaned at your home or taken away to be cleaned.
Serving The Clitheroe Area
your local carpet cleaners
Heritage has many repeat customers for carpet cleaning in the Clitheroe area! With a small crew of trained operators and an owner with decades of experience, the company go out of their way to make sure you get the best carpet clean ever in your home or business!
With a top-class reputation as the leader in professional carpet and rug cleaning in Clitheroe, you can bet, Heritage carpet cleaners can do the job to your total satisfaction.
To To book a free no-obligation carpet cleaning quotation, call or contact Heritage for the lowest prices! We always have offers on. Offers like 2 carpeted rooms cleaned for £59 or 3 rooms for just £69 so book one of our bargain deals today!
all types of carpets cleaned
All types of Carpets & Rugs Cleaned and refreshed
Take a More Proactive Approach to Your Carpet.
No part of an office or commercial building takes more abuse than the carpet. It gets trampled on day after day, week after week, year after year, unrelentingly, by thousands of shoes, heels, boots, and wheels. For property and facility owners and managers, keeping carpets not only alive and well but looking clean and professional is a continuous challenge.
It’s an uphill struggle that requires work, planning and strategy. Of course, the cost is also a factor. If you had the budget to bring a floor cleaning professional team in to properly care for your carpet at the end of each day, your carpets might last for decades. Most managers don’t have that luxury. Even if they did, it wouldn’t be a particularly cost-effective approach.
Instead, you have to weigh the time, resources and cost of an ongoing carpet maintenance program versus a “fix it when it breaks” approach. Do you want to invest in taking proactive action early on to get the most from your carpet? Or just hope for the best and repair the damage as it comes? For any seasoned property or facilities manager, the answer is clear: You want to take care of your building, keep it looking its best, and employ a smart approach to prolong the life of your carpet.
Deep Carpet Cleaning Or Maintenance?
You may be wondering what the difference is between carpet cleaning and maintenance? Isn’t cleaning a carpet the same as maintaining it? It’s a good question—and a common misconception. The answer is they are not the same. Here’s how they differ: Cleaning is the removal of visible soil. Maintenance is a well-planned, ongoing process of soil and stain removal to help a carpet retain its original appearance and performance attributes over time.
Essentially, the difference between the two is like the difference between washing your car and taking it in to get a tune-up. While washing may make your car look good on the surface, it won’t help keep it performing well over time. The tune-up will. Maintenance is the tune-up of the carpet world, designed to keep your carpet functioning at a high level over the long term. That’s why each facility must have its own unique maintenance plan.
Regular Cleaning Process to Extend Carpet Life
Preventive Cleaning ….
One of the best ways to maintain your carpet and extend its life by years is through a preventive cleaning program. With the right preventative cleaning program in place, you should never need restorative cleaning.
Why does that matter?
If restorative cleaning is needed, it typically means permanent damage to the carpet has occurred. Restorative cleaning costs more, uses more water that can lead to temporary indoor air quality issues, and takes considerably more time to clean and dry. A preventative cleaning program will save you time, money and keep your carpets cleaner, longer.
What Is Restorative Cleaning?
Restorative cleaning is typically a last resort before replacing your carpet. It’s not something you necessarily want to do unless your carpet is damaged. But it’s something you should have a plan for just in case the need arises.
Restorative cleaning is used on areas that will not get clean with any of the methods previously discussed. The carpet is visually dirty and, in some cases, has worn to some degree. Restorative cleaning is typically required in areas where the carpet was not properly maintained, the cleaning frequencies were too low or severe soiling has occurred— such as oils from kitchens or manufacturing, or seasonal wear.
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