Routine vacuuming helps to keep your carpets clean, clear and free from dirt and dust. Allergens, germs, and dirt particles that are trapped inside the carpet fibre, however, will not be completely removed by using a vacuum cleaner. Over time, these pollutants accumulate inside your carpet, and if they are not cleaned for a long time, can even make you or your family ill. For this reason, you should have your carpet thoroughly cleaned by professionals frequently.

Carpet cleaning eliminates deeply embedded dirt and surface impurities, leaving healthy and fresh carpets. However, carpet cleaning is not an easy job for amateurs. In order to get your rugs and carpets clean without causing damage to it, you need specialised tools and training.

Without specialised carpet cleaning equipment, homeowners will simply not be able to remove dirt that is trapped in deeper layers of the carpet, no matter how much elbow grease they put in. Professional carpet cleaners use a combination of suction devices, hot water under pressure and chemical compounding technology to break down and clear away almost every germ and bit of dirt embedded in your carpet. Carpet cleaning professionals can even apply stain protection treatment to keep your carpet spotless for weeks. They are trained and practised in removing stubborn common stains such as red wine, cola, pet stains and water marks.