Wet or Dry Carpet Cleaning is on Annual Leave from January 6th and returns on February 3rd.
Any enquiries during this time please use our Contact Form
We will pick up all enquiries and respond asap.
Wet or Dry Carpet Cleaning
Wet or Dry Carpet Cleaning offers professional Carpet Cleaning covering North Wales,Chester, Cheshire West and Wirral.
The business is owned and operated by Andy Jones who has been in the flooring supply, installation and cleaning field for over 30 years, being established in 1987.
Accidental Spills ? Check Out Our Stain Wizard Click Here
Watch Our Short Videos On How To Easily Clean Common Household Spills Click Here
Cleaning and Maintaining Your Carpets – Check Out Our Recommendations and Advice Click Here
We offer Free estimates for cleaning your carpet and will always advise on the best method of cleaning, advice is always free with no obligation.
Wet or Dry Carpet Cleaning will help you protect one of the largest investments in your home, your carpet, extending it’s life substantially and saving you the expense and upheaval of having to replace your floor-covering prematurely.
Call Andy Now! 0800 180 4803 / 07900 907253
Free Estimates By Phone or Email – No Obligation Assessments
Wet or Dry Carpet Cleaning are also fully equipped with the latest machines, solutions and techniques for stain removal be it coffee, wine, pet accidents make up etc. Not all stains are removable but we will always do our utmost and always advise beforehand if we think the staining is permanent.
Another great service offered whilst cleaning your carpet is the application of Stainshield Professional, this will be applied during the drying process and groomed into the fibres of your carpet, completely surrounding them with a protective barrier which will protect against dirt and soil damaging the fibres, facilitate easier cleaning and vacuuming and protect against staining by holding the spill in suspension on top of the fibres long enough for you to act by simply blotting up the liquid before it has chance to penetrate the fibres causing staining.
See Map Below For Areas Covered