service Carpet and upholstery cleaning London
Carpet and upholstery cleaning London helps to create a healthy environment in London. Carpets are one of the most dangerous hygiene risks in any building, so acting to clean them regularly and professionally protects the health of your business.
Carpets collect and absorb airborne pollutants, viruses, germs and bacteria, especially in heavy footfall areas. They are also collectors of allergens including pollen and dust mites which can then rise into the air and create an unhealthy indoor environment. Along with this, the build-up of bacteria, soil and grit is a major cause of carpet wear and tear.
Regularly vacuuming with professional carpet cleaning equipment helps ensure your business environment remains healthy and prolongs the life of your carpets.
Square Mile can offer expert advice on any type of carpet. We can then provide a plan to clean your carpets initially and maintain them in a manner consistent with usage and average footfall.
We employ professional machine operators who have been expertly trained in treatment risks. All our operators have a minimum of five years employment references involving carpet and upholstery work. They must also undergo a DBS check and complete a full trial with the Square Mile team to confirm their cleaning skills and efficiency.
The Square Mile way:
- We provide a thorough and professional cleaning service at your premises.
- We use professional carpet cleaning products and equipment accredited by the industry.
- We promise there’ll be no disruption or downtime to your business .
- We offer different cleaning methods to suit your carpets and company requirements.
- We offer faster carpet drying methods and careful drying of delicate fabrics and upholstery.
- We are highly knowledgeable and experienced in fabric care.
- If you would like more information on our carpet cleaning machines then visit www.carpet-cleaning-equipment.co.uk
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