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About Us

Our goal is to ensure your home floor coverings and upholstery Retain their appearance free of dirt, stains and allergens such as dust mites among others. All of our technicians are highly qualified and use some of the industry’s best equipment and chemicals to ensure the highest standards possible are delivered every time. With our Annual plan you get the added peace of mind that your floors stain/wear warranties are Validated as your duty of care requirements will be fulfilled, along with a host of other fantastic features such as a Helpline to assist you in the event of a stain/ Accident and free Professional micro splitter stain removal spray when you Join if that’s not enough our retail partners have special promotional Rates for members, ready for you when you’re considering replacing your existing floor.

  • Professional flooring aftercare service using industry leading cleaners and equipment
  • The most effective way of keeping your new floor performing longer
  • Annual service by NCCA certified cleaner
  • Special rates on upholstery cleaning
  • Validation on your new floors wear and stains guarantees
  • Free aftercare advice
  • Reduces dust mites, allergies and premature wear on your floor
  • Simple monthly payment option

Why Choose Us

  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
  • Simple Monthly payment option Available
  • Exclusive Retailer Offers*
  • 0800 contact number
  • for any floor related questions or queries
  • Free Professional Stain Removal Spray
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How Do You Measure A Room?

If your room is a standard rectangle shape, measure the length and width of your room and multiply them together. So for example, if your room measures 3 metres by 6 metres the area will be 18 metres square as 6 x 3 = 18.

If your room is a different shape, we recommend splitting it into rectangular sections. Multiply the width and length of each shape together to find the area. Then, add the areas of each shape together to find the total area. If you have an L shaped room, this can be split into 2 rectangles.

If you’ve got an intricate room, this technique still works. Simply split the room into as many rectangles as you need, multiply the length and width of each rectangle to find the areas, then add them all together to find the total area.

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