Commercial Cleaning

Commercial Carpet Cleaning Cardiff – Offices, Hotels, Schools, Pubs, Clubs, Restaurants, etc.

Mr Jones also bring their expertise to the professional cleaning of carpets, rugs, upholstered furnishings and wood – stone floors in offices, hotels, guest houses, restaurants, public houses and other commercial premises in Cardiff, Newport and across the South Wales region. We can provide a specialised cleaning service, using the very latest industry techniques, to revitalise carpets, fabrics, stone, wood, ceramic and vinyl in areas of high use and heavy public footfall. No matter how soiled or stained your soft furnishings are we will utilise our extensive professional know-how to give you – and your customers – the best possible results.

Mr Jones are aware of the unique problems associated with hotels and bars. Our skilled cleaning operatives can cleanse heavily soiled carpets where spilt drinks have left stickiness and stains. For best long term results we recommend a regular cleaning cycle. The benefits are many: it helps extend the useful life of carpets, hard floors and upholstery that have been subjected to heavy continuous use and can save you money by extending the return on your investment while making your premises a pleasant and enjoyable place to visit.

What’s more – we’ll work closely with you to complete the work at times that suit you, without loss of trade. We will endeavour to minimise any down time within your premises. Call or email to request a FREE, no-obligation, quote. We can help make your commercial premises a more welcoming environment for your customers, and an enjoyable place to work.

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