Latest News: A Busy January & A New Van

Latest News: A Busy January & A New Van

They say January is usually the quietest month for businesses in the UK, particularly in the carpet cleaning industry.

Homeowners often tighten their belts after the excesses of the Christmas period, meaning that spending is put on the back burner for a month or two.

While that has also usually been the case for us as a small business, this January has been unusually busy.

We kicked off the New Year by adding a lovely new VW Transporter to our fleet.

If you’re looking for car and van leasing in South Wales, I can highly recommend contacting My Big Green Fleet.

They offer a top class service and some of the best deals in South Wales.

The transporter will be used to travel to our quotations and for transporting our tile and hard floor cleaning equipment to jobs around the country.

Despite being known primarily for our carpet and upholstery cleaning services, we actually been restoring hard floors in South Wales and Bristol for over 8 years now (and soon to be expanding further afield and offering our carpet cleaning service in Birmingham!)

Indeed, during these last few months we’ve seen a marked increase in bookings for our tile floor cleaning service.

With stone and tile floors often being a much more expensive investment than a carpet, restoring and protecting them can save significant money.

Whether you need a small kitchen ceramic floor cleaned, or have a large marble restoration project you’d like undertaken, we have the skills and experience to tackle almost any job.

We’ve also got some large commercial jobs to work on this month.

As more and more businesses are realising they can save a fortune by restoring their flooring rather than ripping it up and replacing, commercial carpet and hard floor cleaning is becoming more in demand in South Wales.

That’s all our news for now as we head into another busy year.

If we can help you at all in 2020, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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