End of tenancy carpet cleans are notoriously difficult to price. The requirement of a tenancy agreement often insists that before a deposit is returned that all the carpets are professionally cleaned.
Unfortunately the tenant is not generally motivated by the quality of work, they more than often will go with the cheapest quote. This usually means hiring a person with inferior equipment, no insurance cover, generally providing a pretty shoddy service (and believe me there are many fly by nights out there). But hey, why should the tenant worry it’s not their house and as long as they provide the agents with a receipt then they will get their deposit returned.
Conversely, the property owner will look for quality often above price and it unlikely that the cheapjack will get a look in.
I simply do not believe in short cuts and pride myself in providing a top rate quality service, no I am probably not the cheapest but I can honestly say with conviction that my service to my customers is the best to be found. Please look at my testimonials and reviews which are written all by genuinely satisfied customers.
I am always more than pleased to call around to provide a no obligation quote, or just some friendly advice on all aspects of upholstery, carpet and mattress cleaning it’s all part of the service. I am usually working in either Redruth, Camborne, Helston, Falmouth, Truro, Penzance and anywhere in-between so popping in to have a look at a job is really not a problem
I was recently approached to clean a carpet at the Redruth Community Centre by the heart club, which hires a room every month at the location for their activities.
I had a spare few hours today so I took the opportunity to clean it. The Carpet was certainly pretty filthy and it certainly now looks a whole lot better.
The heart group is a charity based organisation which does a lot of good work for local people who have suffered from heart problems and I was certainly very glad to lend my time free of charge to assist this worthy organisation. Being in business shouldn’t solely be about making money. I was glad on this occasion to be able to give something back to the local community.
I received an early phone call on Christmas Eve regarding a flooding incident at Peacock’s clothing store in Redruth. Within 30 minutes I was on site unloading the van to start the clean up exercise. It wasn’t long before the water which had flooded 50% of the shop floor was pumped out and dried. By 11 o’clock the flooded section of the shop was ready for reopening in time for those last minute Christmas shoppers.
We have, over the last day received unprecedented levels of rainfall, driven by gale force winds. More wet and windy weather is expected over the next week.
In premises prone to flooding please make sure you take all necessary precautions to prevent flooding, such as putting sandbags in appropriate places to hold back potential floodwater and to keep all drains free of leaves and detritus.