Commercial carpet cleaning in Wakefield for Sands Wealth Management
This financial institute were in need of their office carpets professionally cleaning, there were some visible stains and spillages throughout especially near the entrance lobby, and around certain office areas.
This company deals with a lot of high profile customers who they need to keep happy and the appearance of their offices is paramount with ongoing meetings and liaisons with new and existing clients.
This financial management company are chartered financial planners backed by St James Place (award winning FTSE 100) company, they offer services such as contingency planning, pensions, protecting wealth and inheritance planning.
Our Fully CleanSmart trained carpet cleaning technicians cleaned all the upstairs offices, managers office, stairwells, lobby area, board room and entrance reception areas, extracting all the dirt and embedded tea and coffee stains along the way.
The carpets were dry really quickly, within one hour, the workers were able to carry on as normal and we caused minimal downtime for the staff making for a smooth and efficient carpet cleaning service.
The carpets now look, feel and smell great, finished off with a scotch guard protection for any future stains and spillages.
If you need Commercial carpet cleaning in Wakefield or work in an office and are in need of some commercial carpet cleaning in west yorkshire, don’t hesitate to get in touch, we only ever use the latest machine technology and completely safe cleaning chemicals to bring out the original colour of you office carpets again.
If you would like to see our six-step carpet cleaning process in full then head over to our blog post which goes into detail about the full carpet cleaning techniques The City Cleaners use.
The City Cleaners professionally clean carpets for both domestic and commercial customers throughout West Yorkshire. Over the years we have had some really high profile clients and businesses use our carpet cleaning services including Manchester City’s Kalvin Philips, spice girl Melanie Brown, and establishments like the Queens hotel in Leeds.