Trust Carpet Clinic for Quality Carpet Cleaning Services in London
Just because your carpet “looks” good does not make it clean. Having a clean carpet has a lot to do with your health and well-being. Carpet Clinic provides the highest level of carpet cleaning services in London that makes your carpet fresh and hygienic. Our company works with various residential and commercial client bases including property agents, hotels, schools, serviced offices and apartments, carpet wholesalers and a raft of private individuals.
Liven up the look of your carpet with carpet cleaning services by Carpet Clinic.
In addition to carpet cleaning, Carpet Clinic offers specialist services in the application of stain proofing, anti-static treatment and other treatments such as disinfectants and antimicrobial sprays, specially formulated to kill insects, mould, mildew, bacteria odours, roaches, fleas, ants, beetles, bedbugs and their larvae.
Environmentally-friendly yet powerful enough to tackle the toughest carpet cleaning jobs, Carpet Clinic is your top choice for carpet cleaning services in London. If your company has an environmental policy, don’t worry. We have a product made from 100% biologically derived renewable resources that contains no pesticides, preservatives, petrochemicals, phosphates or dyes. Ensuring maximum indoor air quality and lower health risks for building occupants and staff.
To discuss any cleaning issues that you may have or for suggestions on a regular maintenance programme designed to prolong the life of your carpets and to keep them looking in a good and healthy condition whilst always paying attention to any budgetary constraints there may be, contact Carpet Clinic. A regular specialist clean by our carpet cleaning services is the answer to the removal of most stubborn stains and the equipment we use provides a more thorough and deep clean which maintains your carpet for years to come.
Got questions about our carpet cleaning services, and would like a quotation or some advice on a particular carpet problem?