Have you just bought a property or taken over a lease? Or possibly you’re renting out a place and require carpet cleaning before the new tenants move in. We're here to help you!
We have been offering first-rate carpet cleaning service in Morningside Seven Oaks for more than 20 years. It doesn’t matter how big or small, we can do it.
Various real estate agents have partnered with us. Aside from hiring us for move in carpet cleaning, they also highly-recommend us to their clients. There can never be any real assurance how your newly rented place was cleaned before it was turned over for you to move in.
If you’re doubtful and you want to have the carpets cleaned it’s best to have the cleaning done prior to delivery of furniture.
We still get surprised by the amount of dirt we get every time we do move in carpet cleaning, no matter how many times we’ve done it in the past. And they still stand firm that before the occupants moved in, the carpets in the property were 'expertly cleaned'.
It’s hard to how if they meant a real deep steam cleaning or the property owner just had it cleaned using an ordinary vacuum cleaner. Having your carpets cleaned is more than just about what they look like visually. There will be allergens invisible to the naked eye that are deep-seated into the carpet fibers. This can trigger allergies or cause skin irritations.
Should there still be pet urine stains lingering on the carpets, harmful bacteria will surely spread quickly in your new home. You won’t be able to see it as they’re usually invisible, but dust mites and even molds might still be living in the carpets.
People who buy pre-loved furniture tend to clean before using it. This is also true for carpets. Just because it seems clean doesn’t automatically mean it is really clean.
More so, if you have toddlers or babies that will be crawling all over the floor, it’s likely that they will rub their faces on the carpets.
Why not give us a call today on (289) 312-0067 and speak to one of our friendly staff right now to get your service booked in?