As professional carpet cleaners we need to keep ourselves aware and up to date with new cleaning techniques, products and the latest equipment on the market. In the current climate and the concerns with COVID 19 we need to ensure we can provide the best service possible for our clients. Therefore we have been busy with online training courses plus investing in new state of the art equipment. This includes our brand new Evolution Carpet Cleaning machine from Alltec Network.
Our new Evolution Carpet Cleaning machine is one of the most powerful, comprehensive machines on the market, which delivers unparalleled portable cleaning performance – add this together with the large capacity tanks and the Evolution makes light work of both domestic and commercial cleaning. With it’s increased power and airflow it provides a deep-down clean and enhanced drying times.
CRB – Counter Rotating Brush Machine
For those rental or commercial premises with heavily soiled carpets we recently invested in a machine that will provide increased agitation, a CRB -Counter Rotating Brush Machine. Once a Pre Spray has been applied the brushes rotate in opposite directions lifting and loosening the soil ready for extraction saving us time and more importantly the customer money! The brushes can be changed allowing us to clean rugs, carpets, and hard floors so the CRB is very versatile. We recently used it on a Church vinyl floor in Northampton plus a large commercial factory carpet with some great results.
Whilst in Lockdown we kept ourselves busy creating a new website, designing new cleaning packages but more importantly taking some online training courses. With COVID 19 and the emphasis on Deep Cleaning and Sanitisation I took an Infection Control and Bio Hazzard Fogging course. To find out how this can help your business or home you can visit our website. We recently helped Nether Heyford Cricket Club with their Deep Cleaning and Sanitisation in preparation for the opening of the clubhouse, to see how we could do the same for you, read our Blog.
In addition, Dan took a carpet & upholstery cleaning course, I also joined him for the upholstery course as part of refresher training as fibres, solutions and techniques change. Due to the social distancing regulations, these were carried out online via zoom & video with live interaction and demonstrations via the NCCA Training Director Paul Pearce. Being part of the NCCA (National Carpet Cleaners Association we have 24/7 technical advice and support should we need it.