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Carpet Cleaning in Newcastle

Newcastle upon Tyne was originally important in the wool trade before exporting coal and building ships, and now it's famous for Alan Shearer and Ant and Dec. It's the same with cleaning your carpets. A simple broom was deemed enough back in the day, before the vacuum cleaner took over. Now, you should be using a wet extraction carpet cleaner as well - it's the only way to get things truly clean.

It doesn't have to be expensive. Our carpet cleaning machines can be rented for as little as £22.99 for 24 hours (plus detergent), and we have locations all over Tyneside.

Why Should you Clean your Carpets?

Vacuuming is useful, but to really keep your home at its best, you should deep clean your carpets a couple of times a year. Vacuuming can stir up dust and allergens, whereas Rug Doctor carpet cleaners remove dirt and other unpleasant substances completely. Our machines are specially designed to inject warm cleaning solution into the carpet and then extract it again. That means the carpet doesn't take long to dry, and you can simply tip the dirty water down the drain.

You'll notice the difference straight away as the carpet will look, feel and smell like new. You could even clean a strip of carpet down the centre of the room so you can see how much brighter it looks. You're sure to be amazed.

Newcastle Carpet Cleaners

When you're next out and about in the city, keep an eye open for our stands in local supermarkets, dry cleaners and hardware stores. Our outlets are conveniently located in many areas of the city, from Byker to Gosforth. Pop by when you're next out shopping, or check our FAQ page for more information.

You can find your local branch by putting your postcode into the store finder below.

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Rug Doctor Stockists in Newcastle

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