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Give Your Office Carpets Regular TLC

H2O Carpet Cleaning June 11, 2013 5:30 pm

The happiness of your staff is necessary to the running of your business, as without them there would essentially be no company. Here at H2O Carpet Cleaning we have years of experience working with a huge range of businesses to keep their offices looking fresh and clean. We have seen that the small task of having your carpets cleaned can really make a difference to the pride of your employees.


It is possible to have a contract with us that means however often you choose, we will visit your business to give your floors a spruce up. Having regular cleans can result in a range of benefits such as longer life, therefore cutting down on the costs of replacing your carpets which in a large office can come with a fairly hefty price tag. With regular cleans it makes it easier for us, as there is far less dirt than if you leave the task for years on end.


If this happens it can take a very long time to get the carpet to its full potential and may mean that the office is unusable for a while. This could affect business and that is the last thing you want to happen. But by having a cleaning contract, minimum disruption will be caused and you are able to work in a clean and pleasant environment year round.


Our equipment is of the highest quality and our experienced professionals are trained to use our machines efficiently so that you get the best result. No matter how bad your carpet is we can make a difference as our techniques are twenty times more powerful than regular cleaning products. We are also able to clean upholstery and other items so that the whole office can have a little tender loving care just as it deserves.


Get in touch today about setting up a commercial carpet cleaning contract in Stoke with us by calling 01782 365 520 or visit our contact page for other ways to get in touch.

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