How Much Would It Cost To Carpet Your Whole House?
Using this UK online calculator for a 5m x 5m room (roughly 16ft square) shows a new carpet cost of £224.75.
For a 2 bedroom house, with a lounge/diner, hallway and stairs we estimate the total carpet cost to be £1,123.75
Book a Complete House Carpet Clean
Of course every property is unique with regards to how much carpet is laid, some people have carpet in the kitchen, some don’t. Most people don’t have carpets in the bathroom, and some properties have natural wood stairs or hallway entrance so every quote is unique.
We have been cleaning entire properties for landlords for a decade, and domestic house cleans too – so for £200 you may be able to have all of your carpets cleaned throughout, so you need an accurate quote from Andy on 07815 814128or you can send us a message below:
Unit 38, Worle Quarry
Lower Kewstoke Road
Weston super Mare
We love a challenge. Clean the carpet or replace the carpet. We like to see the benefits of cleaning a carpet and take pride in doing our best every time.
It’s the carpet type chosen by the home owner that is the deciding factor. Light and bright shows all the dirt polypropylene or nylon construction helps the dirt to be removed much easier than with a wool mix.
Polypropylene is a synthetic construction and doesn’t absorb dirt in to its colours but wool is a natural product and will absorb any spills and dirt making it much more likely that residual staining will remain. Call / Text 07815 814128 for free honest advice.
All end of tenancy carpet cleans are completed with the same time effort and pride as any other carpet clean carried out and the results speak volumes.
We cover from Bridgwater, Burnham, Weston, Clevedon, Portishead and Bristol areas so don’t delay book a visit today. We don’t cut corners … we clean them.
Here at Crawfords we are continuing to help people in their homes to start afresh or reduce the impact of waste and collected items cluttering the rooms due to ill health or a mind set that stops the owner or tenant from being able to clean these areas for them selves.
Cleaning Help with Dignity
We sympathise with clients that have fallen at home through bad hips, knees, backs etc and are unable to pick up items that fall to the floor and are not retrievable at that time. We are not judgemental and are here to help.
Most of our clients wish to have a fresh start and just need a clean sweep of rooms to bring them back to some sort of manageable state, others decide enough is enough and reduce room clutter by throwing out the unwanted items for more freedom in the home, whichever and for whatever reason we are here to help.
Any waste we remove is disposed of through a local recycling centre and as we have a waste carriers licence we ensure all is disposed of legally, respectfully and responsibly.
Contact Crawfords Today
Should you need our help or a friend/neighbour or if you a property owning landlord then please call us for a free no obligation quotation on 01934 513862 or email using the Contact Form.
A new craze has taken over the internet and it even involves filming your toilet.
Cleaning has become one of the biggest social media trends of 2018, where platforms such as Instagram are now awash with hashtags like #cleaningobsessed.
If you are looking for cleaning services then look no further than CrawfordsPRC. Looking for an outstanding carpet cleaning service? Call / Text now Mobile: 07815 814128 / local number 01934 513862 or send a message via our Contact Form. We also offer a sensitive and dignified hoarder house cleaning service for landlords and domestic.
Influencers like Mrs Hinch, who to date has 1.4 million Instagram followers, have somehow managed to glamorise typically mundane tasks.
And as they continue to post cleaning demonstrations using their favourite cleaning products and tools, retailers have noticed a dramatic increase in cleaning product sales across the UK.
Lorna McDonald, store manager of B&M on Bangor’s Main Street, told BBC News NI: “We’ve noticed there are a lot of younger people coming in and buying cleaning products, but there has been a rise in general in recent months.
“If you’ve got a following like Mrs Hinch on Instagram, we have to be prepared and have the products that are recommended if we want to increase our sales, especially as the high street is a bit dead at the moment.”
Minky, an online company that produces cleaning equipment noticed a sharp rise in sales after Mrs Hinch endorsed one of their products in unpaid Instagram posts.
They told BBC News NI: “We’ve seen a 10,000% increase in demand from consumers since the end of June this year and an exponential increase in demand from retailers, with no signs of slowing.
“In fact, demand has been so high that stock is selling out as quickly as it goes on sale.”
Easho, a wholesale website for household products who are in paid partnership with Mrs Hinch, says that the cleaning craze has helped their sales.
“We are now seeing the equivalent of ‘The Delia Effect’ on cleaning products, with growth of up to 200% on some of the most recommended items,” said a spokesperson.
As well as internet retailers, high street shops have also noticed a higher footfall of customers with cleaning products in their baskets.
‘Tidy home, tidy mind’
Katie Colwell, from Donaghadee in County Down, says cleaning has become “one of my friend group’s most common topics of conversation”.
And it’s all because of social media.
The 27-year-old nurse told BBC News NI: “Embarrassingly, I spend hours watching social media influencers cleaning.
“Among my friends, we talk about which products we have all tried and whether we rate them or not and what tips we have picked up from different social media influencers.
“I am guilty of running to the nearest pound shop to grab the products which I have seen on Instagram to try myself, which has meant I now have enough disinfectant to mop eight football pitches and have them smelling of fresh linen or cranberry and orange.”
But Miss Colwell says her fiancée isn’t convinced by the new hobby.
“He thinks I’m bonkers when I come home, excited to try out my newest cloth or cleaning product, and spend hours cleaning on my days off, but I find it therapeutic and a good way to de-stress,” she said.
“A tidy home is a tidy mind.”
Richard Hopping, an analyst for market research agency Mintel, told BBC News NI: “Our data shows that 39% of cleaners feel stressed when their homes aren’t clean, so promoting the benefits to mental wellbeing through cleaning could be a real factor in why influencers and cleaning are proving so popular.”
@thesecretcleaner is an anonymous Instagram account who posts regular cleaning tips and has nearly 10,000 followers.
They believe that for many people the online cleaning world provides a “virtual community” for people who may feel isolated.
“When I started the account, I wasn’t working and I found that cleaning kept me sane, kept me going.
“For me, cleaning is a type of mindfulness. You’re focussing on one thing, you’re in the moment and you feel like you have achieved something.
“You have people who support you and don’t think you’re weird for posting videos of you cleaning! It’s a hobby!”
But like many things on social media, trends tend to come and go, and some predict the cleaning phenomenon may not stand the test of time.
Niamh Taylor, director of Northern Ireland digital marketing agency Digital 24, said: “Some people have a problem with the amount of chemicals and plastic used to keep people’s home squeaky clean.
“Others just do not get why you’d want to watch someone polishing their sink and putting clothes away every night.”
She added: “I don’t think this phenomenon will be as popular throughout 2019 as realistically, Insta-trends are short lived and cleaning is just not ‘Instagrammable’.”
The week started with a clean to the arms of a sofa that were going to be recovered at a great expense if cleaning didn’t work.
Two cleans later and it’s saved from the bin and another delighted customer in Weston super Mare at a fraction cost compared to re upholstering them.
The carpet cleaning pictures below are from a local flat that a smoker had discoloured but using the right fluids and correct methods The discolouration and smell was pretty much erased saving costly replacements.
Locally we do recommend Mogg & Sons are specialists with re upholstering furniture.
Book In Advance for Christmas December 2018 Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning
Christmas is coming and bookings are flowing in so please think ahead to avoid disappointment.
We are Carpet & Upholstery cleaning till Christmas Eve from 8 till 7 pm Monday to Friday and Saturday mornings 8 till 12 call outs to flood or emergency water extraction is still 24/7
We were asked to quote to clean the childrens play centre at Kidsville in Weston-super-Mare in March 2018.
The area comprises of a large food and seating area along with the entrance and play areas.
Fresh and Sanitary Suitable For Children At Play
Over a number of months all of the children’s play areas food and drink had been spilt. To ensure a fresh and bug-free zone was achieved, the owners contacted Crawfords to have the areas cleaned, sanitised and deodorised using the truck mount system we operate.
This was cleaned during the recent snow storm weather so as to reduce down time of the facility and took two visits to complete.
We also cleaned the football pitch area and the results are amazing.
Flexible Working Hours including Evenings and Nights
We are always happy to discuss with you on site to determine what tasks should be completed with a ‘plan of attck’ for keeping your business working wherever possible.
We even offer to work nights to ensure your workplace isn’t interrupted. To avoid disturbance to the smooth running of your company, we provide a swift and effective service to complete the job as soon as possible. Call us on 07815 814128 or email using the Contact Form. We respond as quick as we can (when we are not working on site).
Landlord Rented Property Carpet Cleaning in Bristol
The cleaning was short notice for a tenanted property in Southmead that the landlord recommended us to clean properly for them.
He passes us other properties in Weston-super-Mare and Bristol as he is very pleased with our results and honesty. Originally we were recommended by a fellow landlord to help him on a property so checked our web site for reassurance and now has peace of mind that we can deliver on our results every time.
Book your FREE trial patch on 07815 814128
Every house and room sizes are different so the prices are approximate. We will need accurate dimensions to provide an accurate cost. Please contact us for a free consultation and a free patch trial.
We extract the dirt from the carpet pile out of the house, leaving a clean and pleasant smelling carpet fit for any child to play on.
We were called to this property which, over many years, had the by effects of smoking cigarettes without adequate ventilation, opening windows, etc. This also means it’s very hard for visitors due to the fumes or even little things like handling food or wiping down surfaces.
We washed the walls in placed, for example in the stairway.
Everything is by hand, from degreasing the windows to wiping the doors and door frames. This has to be completed in advance of steam cleaning the carpets to ensure all dirt falls onto the carpet ready for us to clean.
Two full days of work for this single bedroom flat
Three people to tackle the project
All waste safely removed from site
Some before and after photos below, the video shows many more photos.
Who can you call for confidential treatment in a manner with good advice and your privacy in mind? Andy on 07815 814128 or send a message via the Contact Form.
Referred to locally as simply ‘Burnham’, the coastal town features a sea wall and is a popular tourist hot spot for the beach and shops. Lympsham
The first references to the village of Lympsham come in the middle of the 12th century .At that time it was called Lymplesham and was owned by the Abb… Mark
Mark is a farming community, keeping mixed breeds of sheep, Friesian dairy cows and beef cattle. Annually there is a ‘Harvet Home’ celebration in the village. Berrow
Once a small village, Berrow has grown tremendously in the last 20 years with many people retiring here. It boasts a first class golf course and stunning scenery. Brean
With the growth of the holiday industry, Brean loses its small rural community in the summer months. There is a large theme park and many Caravan sites favoured by the older generation and children alike. Brean Down used to be an island but mankind has reclaimed the land and now is part of the National Park. Brent Knoll
Brent Knoll is situated between Weston-super-Mare and Bridgwater.Local legends state that this huge hill of rock came into being as the Devil excavated Cheddar Gorge and threw his shovelfuls of earth onto the land! In all seriousness, millions of years ago, the Knoll would have been surrounded by sea and over the years as the water subsided this rock surveyed a scene of marsh land.
The hilltop, now belonging to The National Trust, was originally an Iron Age hill fort and later a place of safety for the Saxons when the warring Danes fought their last battle in this area, at the base of the Knoll, known as ‘Battleborough’ in AD 875. Chapel Allerton
The parish of Chapel Allerton includes the hamlets of Ashton and Stone Allerton. Allerton was mentioned in Domesday as simply ‘Alwarditone’ and is situated at the centre of a triangle formed by Weston-super-Mare, Glastonbury and Bridgwater, close to the Isle of Wedmore. East Brent
East Brent, with the two small villages of Biddisham and Badgeworth nearby, is situated at the northern edge of the Somerset Levels, east of Brent Knoll. Edithmead
Edithmead, famous locally for the Caravan Holiday Park is a small hamlet numbering less than 200 persons, is situated between the A38 – the original turnpike road – and Burnham-on-Sea. Shipham
Shipham lies about 8 miles southeast of Weston-super-Mare. In the Domesday Book entry, the village is called Sipeham, which is Saxon for sheep hamlet. Nine hundred years later, there are still sheep on the hills. Weare
Romans and Saxons, free men and slaves, English and Norman, pilgrims, travellers and tourists have all passed through Lower Weare on the Bridgwater Road.