Edinburgh Carpet Cleaning Professional Hot Water Extraction Service Announced

A specialist carpet cleaning service is being offered by Aquatec Cleaning Group, contactable on 0800 695 7575. The Edinburgh based company carry out expert carpet, rug, upholstery and leather cleaning services.

Edinburgh, United Kingdom - February 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Aquatec Cleaning Group have announced that they offer a professional carpet cleaning service. The Edinburgh based company carry out domestic and business carpet, rug and upholstery cleaning.

For more information please visit the website here: http://aquateccarpetcleaning.com/edinburgh.

Aquatec Cleaning Group is an Edinburgh based professional carpet, rug and upholstery cleaning company owned and run by Bill Weir. Bill Weir has over ten years of expert carpet cleaning service and provides this expertise to his customers.

Over the years Bill has built up and extensive knowledge of materials, fibres and the best techniques and solutions required for cleaning carpets, upholstery and leather. As well as Edinburgh, the company also services West Lothian, Ayrshire, Fife, Falkirk and Central Scotland.

The company specialises in offering professional carpet cleaning services and explain that now is the ideal time for homeowners to book in to have their carpets cleaned in time for Spring.

Aquatec Cleaning Group use two main methods to deep clean carpet, both of which are approved by the Wool Safe. One method is conventional hot water extraction which provides the deepest clean possible.

They also use the latest industry leading equipment and cleaning solutions that are safe for all, including pets and children. Using this equipment eliminates problems such as shrinkage and soil attracting residues.

The second method is a low moisture system. This can be used where circumstances allow and delivers excellent results. It ensures that disruption time is kept to a minimum, with carpets ready to use again in a short time frame. This is ideal for commercial settings. When cleaning rugs, where possible they will be taken off site where their dry soiling will be removed before being cleaned, dried and returned.

Other specialist carpet cleaning treatments include advanced spot and stain removal using a wide range of specialist spotting agents. They also expertly eliminate odours from carpets by removing urine crystals, bacteria and mold. They explain that by using the correct equipment and solutions they eliminate rather than mask problems which can be a problem with inferior methods.

Those wishing to find out more can visit the website on the link provided above. Aquatec Carpet Cleaning on Google Maps. Aquatec Cleaning Group on Facebook

Contact Info:
Name: Bill Weir
Email: bill.weir@aquateccg.co.uk
Organization: Aquatec Cleaning Group
Address: 15/2 Hope Park Terrace, Edinburgh, Scotland EH8 9LZ, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-131-603-8425

For more information, please visit https://www.aquateccarpetcleaning.com/edinburgh

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 299337

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