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A guide to floor care cleaning and maintenance :

Carpet should be vacuumed at least once a week with a good quality vacuum and head. When vacuuming a loop pile carpet, it is important to ensure the brushes on the vacuum are UP as these can cause your carpet to fluff.  

Carpet should also be regularly spot cleaned as marks appear. When cleaning all stains or marks you should first refer to the care and warranty guide specific to your carpet that is issued with your invoice. If you have misplaced your guide, please do not hesitate to CONTACT US and we can forward this on to you via email.

As a general rule, carpet requires steam cleaning every 18 months. When arranging for the professional cleaning of your carpet, the care and warranty guide should be referred and you should ensure the cleaner adheres to any professional standards outlined in this.

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Your hard flooring should be swept or vacuumed regularly to remove any dirt or grit followed by wiping down with a well wrung mop. Most spills or other marks will wipe off quickly and easily with a clean, white cloth. 

All laminate, timber and bamboo floors are NOT water resistant. For this reason, never flood the floor with water and promptly soak up any liquid spills.
All vinyl and hybrid floorings are completely waterproof.


floor care cleaning and maintenance

  • Place mats at all exterior doorways and entrances to trap dirt, sand, grit, moisture and other substances from shoes.
  • Use wide bearing, clear, hard plastic or non-staining felt protectors under heavy pieces of furniture. Fit office chairs, filing trolleys, mobile containers and old hard or sharp edged castors on furniture with soft treads or castors. Chair pads should be used under desk chairs with castors.
  • Heavy objects and furniture such as large bookcases, full sized billiard tables or kitchen units should not be situated on any floating installation. This can lead to the floor failing to respond to contraction and expansion, which can cause squeaking, gapping and possible failure.
  • Never slide or roll furniture or appliances across your floor. Protect the surface if using a trolley to move heavy objects.
  • Spiked heels or shoes in need of repair can severely damage your floor. In areas of excessive traffic and wear, make use of runners or area rugs.
  • Protect the floor from direct heat and sunlight with window tinting, curtains, blinds or awnings.
  • Protect the floor from extremely wet or dry conditions and rapid changes in humidity.