Embracing new attitudes and methods will always ensure a better service can be delivered to your customers, simply plodding on with the same old machinery will soon see clients changing to other companies.
We had been reading about the pros and cons of Truck-mounted equipment for years, using better quality portable equipment, which would produce a good standard of carpet and upholstery cleaning, some of the differences listed below should be expected when a customer decides to employ a carpet cleaning company using Truck mounted equipment.
Drier carpets, usually completely dry between 1 to 1/2 hours.
The operator needs to use no water from his customer.
Van mounted systems can operate at up 230 degrees (sanitising qualities)
The customer will not experience a property full of hot/warm air.
The operator will spend less time cleaning, so less inconvenience for the client.
As machinery is outside, no noisy machinery will be used indoors.
Considerably more dirt/soil will be removed from rugs and carpets that are cleaned.
No electricity is taken from the customer.
All waste water is taken away by the carpet cleaning operator.
We have personally experienced soil removing qualities offered by the Van Mounted unit and think that this equipment will offer a superior level of cleaning with added health benefits, particularly being able to kill flees and dust mites with temperature, rather than using chemicals.
When thinking of hiring a carpet cleaning company in the future, ask if they are members of any cleaning related trade body or association and if they use a Van Mounted system.
Valuable information can be found on any of our websites, from Allergy solutions to leather cleaning, Spencer Davies at http://www.sdccleaning.co.uk will be happy to answer any ECO questions relating to the services that we offer.