Ealing W5 Expert Rug and Carpet Cleaning Company
You are expecting important guests tomorrow night and you just spill an whole glass of red wine in the middle of the room floor, so what can you do? The easiest and most reliable way to get rid of this embarrassing and unsightly stain is to use the professional services of 1st Carpet Cleaning Ltd.
The company provides very efficient deep and stain and spot removal along with a full range of commercial and residential carpet cleaning services for the individuals and local business of Ealing W5 and the area. The best news for you is that the professional carpet and rug cleaning company offers the same day (emergency) cleaning service at the very best price in the region.
- Free viewing and surveys on site
- Available bank holidays and weekends
- Affordable fees, no deposit
- 24/7 client care service Booking combined services get big discounts
So, no matter what time of the night or day it is, just call on 020 3404 5123 or send an online inquiry, and the 24/7 client care support will give you a totally free quote within the next 2 hours!
More Information About the Actual Carpet Cleaning Process
The company provides an initial examination and test of the rugs or carpets to be cleaned, followed by a professional hoovering to get as much dirt and residue out of the carpeting as possible. Then there is the professional pre-treatment of any kind of stains and spots with specialised and safe stain removal products.
The cleaners can handle almost any kind of stain, including: oily stains wine, paint, blood, rust, coffee, vomit and tea as well as moth damage. Then comes the deep cleaning, which based on the type of rug or carpet can be either steam cleaning which means a hot water and shampoo treatment and then removing the water with a hot water extraction machine, or dry foam cleaning which is used when the rug is delicate or made of natural materials. On request, extra deodorizing can be done to eliminate odours from the carpet.
Types of Materials Which Can Safely be Deep Cleaned
- Synthetic, Silk, Plush, Wool, Cotton, Linen
- Organic, Fibre Viscose, Suede, Chenille Leather, Acrylic, Nubuck
The Story of the Company
We all know that the regular carpet cleaning provide you and your family with healthy and microorganisms free environment. That`s why we work with the best and modern methods and cleansing solutions:
- The most effective eco-friendly solutions
- Prochem™ certified prossionals
- Prompt and efficient cleaning procedures
- 100% germs free environment
If you have questions about our services Contact Us 020 3404 5123 our kind staff will reply to all of your problems. Take care of your health and your carpets with our expert services.
The Types of Mats and Rugs Which Can be Efficiently Cleaned
- Persian Rugs Wool Rugs, Chinese rugs, Area rugs
- Handmade rugs, Tibetan rugs, Antique rugs, Silk mix rugs
- Shaggy Rugs, Play Rugs, Indian rugs, Turkish rugs, Egyptian rugs
- Floor Mats, Logo Mats, Entrance Mats
- Rubber Mats, Anti Fatigue, Mats Industrial Mats
Booking the Professional Deep Rug and Carpet Cleaning Service
To book the professional carpet services offered by 1st Carpet Cleaning Ltd., please call the 24/7 client support operators at 020 3404 5123, or send them your online booking form now. They will return you a written confirmation as soon as your request has been ready. You will not be expected to pay anything in advance.
The fees are fixed so there will not be any uncomfortable surprises with hidden fees. Payment methods accepted are flexible. Same day reserving is available, and so is booking on bank holidays and weekends.
More About Ealing
Ealing is a district in West London, England, located 7.5 miles west of Charing Cross. Located within the London Borough of Ealing, it is one of the borough's seven major towns. Ealing, covering the W5 and W13 postal code areas is the administrative centre of the borough, is identified as a major metropolitan centre in the London Plan. Ealing is in the historic county of Middlesex. Until the urban expansion of London in the late 19th century and early 20th centuries Ealing was a rural village within Ealing parish. Improvement in communications with London, culminating with the opening of the railway station in 1838, shifted the local economy to market garden supply and eventually to suburban development. By 1902 Ealing had become known as the "Queen of the Suburbs" due to its greenery, and because it was halfway between city and country.