Carpet cleaning Stretford is for modern homes and workplaces and has to be effective and fast drying. Deluxe DRY Carpet cleaning is tough on stains and dries rapidly.
Our system of carpet cleaning is safe for babies and pets. There is no risk of water damage or water staining to furniture or floors.
We service all Stretford areas, including Longford Park, Turn Moss, Firzewood, Trafford Park areas, Gorse Hill, Old Trafford.
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Dry carpet cleaning is ideal for commercial premises, a clean and spotless carpet is more important than you think, it provides a healthier environment for visitors and employees and it makes the workplace look a lot more pleasing.
Deluxe Dry Carpet cleaners care for a large number of commercial carpets, the carpet in an office is subjected to the heaviest type of foot traffic and without professional care it starts to look grubby and stained very quickly.
Our low moisture cleaning is perfect for carpet tiles and because it dries so quickly there is very little downtime
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0161 768 0208
Don’t suffer stained and spotty sofas and armchairs!
Call Deluxe DRY sofa cleaning and restore your furniture to its spotless condition.
Deluxe DRY upholstery cleaning can rejuvenate tired and grimy dining chairs, footstools and couches.
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Q: Why Should I Hire a Professional Carpet Cleaning Service?
A: There are numerous advantages to professional carpet cleaning; including improved appearance and smell. Cleaning ensures your carpet will look its best and smell its freshest after treatment.
Clean carpets will last longer and less frequently need replacing; regular professional cleaning will save money in the long run.
Professional carpet cleaners will do more than simply eliminate superficial stains; they’ll also work hard to eliminate dust and dirt that has settled deep within the fibers, leaving your room feeling bright and clean.
Professional carpet cleaning can rejuvenate your room, creating a healthier environment. By increasing the Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) in your home, both you and your family will breathe higher-quality air.
Q: How often should carpets be professionally cleaned?
A: At minimum, we suggest having your carpets professionally cleaned once annually. However, more frequent cleaning may be beneficial depending on whether or not you have pets, young children or teenagers in the household or a busy social life; two or more pets should have their carpets professionally cleaned every 4-6 months for best results.
Q: How quickly does mould grow on wet carpet?
A: Mildew and mould will form over time if carpet remains wet for extended periods, typically growing more rapidly when kept warm; but mildew and mould can appear even in unheated basement spaces that contain wet carpet. Even if it is hidden beneath carpeting, mould can sometimes be detected, it has a musty odour.
Q: Are professional carpet cleaners worth the expense?
A: A buildup of dirt and tough stains can quickly make even expensive rugs and carpets appear worn and grubby; having your carpets & rugs professionally cleaned can revive their appearance and ensures a longer life span
New carpets for your home can be expensive. When factoring in time spent shopping and refitting it, professional carpet cleaning is much more economical.
At the same time, disposing of your old carpet has an environmental cost attached. Due to an overwhelming volume of carpet being dumped annually in Britain’s landfills, they no longer accept them – instead carpet is now often incinerated, resulting in air pollution even worse than it could otherwise.
Professional carpet maintenance and cleaning is an environmentally-friendly choice.
Q: Will a professional carpet cleaner vacuum the carpet first?
A: Professional carpet cleaners always vacuum prior to beginning their cleaning services, and our technicians understand this practice well. Vacuuming before cleaning helps identify the carpet areas that need more attention when cleaning; vacuuming can also identify stains on a carpet that require immediate attention from cleaning services.
Stretford used to be almost forgotten as part of Trafford in Manchester. Urmston, Altrincham and Sale benefitted from investment and development over the years but Stretford as a town seemed almost invisible for many years. It falls mainly between the River Mersey and xxxx and its disjointed nature arose partly from being bisected by Chester Road so that it falls on both sides with no obvious main street or town centre.
As neighbouring Chorlton, Sale, and Urmston get more and more expensive, however Stretford is looking very attractive to renters and homebuyers looking to live in an attractive and friendly area within commuting distance of Manchester or Altrincham that has a host of great advantages.
Historically Stretford inherits its name from its location – street and ford as a street on the River Mersey. It was primarily an agricultural area and the block of flats named Pinfold Court in Stretford takes its name from a pen for sheep Pen- fold which became Pinfold over time
Trafford Park is the biggest industrial park area in Europe and is located in Stretford, a huge area of employment for the entire Manchester area. Other instantly recognised names in Stretford are the Coronation Street Tour for visitors and the Imperial War Museum North – both are located in Stretford although generally thought to be in Salford.
Stretford Green Spaces
Just because there is a wealth of employment and activity in Stretford does not mean that there are no green spaces. Families and dog walkers, runners and birdwatchers, everyone who takes pleasure in natural surroundings can enjoy Stretford’s many beautiful parks and the canal areas. Trafford’s largest municipal park Longford Park, is in Stretford, Moss Park is another smaller neighbourhood park and Victoria Park has been recently updated with a new community café called The Tea Room.
The Bridgewater Canal runs through the town and the towpaths provide miles of well maintained pathways for cyclists and walkers that connect to the Sale and Chorlton Water Park areas, there are no shortage of leafy and beautiful areas in Stretford to keep locals active and entertained.
Sports Activities in Stretford
Probably the most famous destination in Stretford is the Manchester United football ground. The grounds are actually in Stretford, not Old Trafford, even though it is commonly referred to as Old Trafford. In fact both Manchester United and the Lancashire County Cricket Club have been based in Stretford since the late 1800s and thousands of fans make these grounds their destination every year. Living in Stretford is a bonus for anyone who enjoys football or cricket. Even if you don’t want to go to a football match the Manchester United grounds are open to visitors who can enjoy a a behind the scenes stadium tour, eat in the Red Cafe at the grounds or buy gifts or souvenirs in the megastore.
The Trafford Centre in Stretford
Shopping at the Trafford Centre is an experience not to be missed. The Trafford Centre is a shopping and leisure destination where you can find high ticket brands, the UKs favourite high street stores as well as a cinema and delicious food outlets all under one stunning roof. With free parking and fantastic transport links the Trafford Centre makes shopping easy and effortless.