We specialise in working with hospitality venues across Merseyside and West Lancashire
Our hospitality client list includes golf clubs, hotels, B&Bs, and restaurants. They love us for our knowledge and expertise, our friendly manner, and our flexible service that fits around their business, and minimises any kind of disruption.
Carpet cleaning for hospitality
By its very nature, many areas of your hospitality venue will see high foot traffic from many different people. That means there is a large amount of dry soil being trekked into your carpets on a daily basis, and only some of that is removed through regular vacuuming.
When we refer to ‘soil’, we’re talking about a range of different types of contaminants that can be found in carpets. Different types can cause different problems; for example, certain types of gritty materials like sand and clay can be highly damaging to carpets, and reduce their lifespan significantly, while others can present hygiene or safety issues. Most of them are likely to damage the aesthetic value of your carpets.
The main types of soil likely to be found in hospitality settings in Merseyside and West Lancashire include:
- Sand, clay, and other “gritty” materials
- Natural fibers
- Hair and skin
- Dust mites
- Organic soils and materials
- Spilled food or beverages
Why choose us?
You won’t find more highly trained technicians anywhere in the North West. Based in Southport, we already work with a large number of clients in the hospitality industry across Merseyside and West Lancs.
Our carpet cleaning and upholstery cleaning services for hospitality are unrivalled.
- We’re fully insured and accredited for your peace of mind
- Our knowledge of your industry allows us to keep disruption to a minimum
- We work flexible hours to fit around your business
- Our technicians have extensive training and experience
- We’re also carpet repair specialists, so we have the skills to get your carpets back in optimum condition
Structured maintenance plans are the best way to extend the life of your carpets. This means that you’ll have to change your carpets less often, potentially saving a lot of money.
Changing the carpets less often also means fewer costly disruptions to your business. It just makes sense.
The right maintenance plan for your venue will depend on many factors, including the level of foot traffic, the type of carpet you’ve got, and the age of your carpet. We will work with you to develop a plan that will give you the best long-term value.