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Clean carpets look better and last longer

With regular professional carpet cleaning

Stain free carpets enhance the beauty of your home

Local carpet cleaners remove dirt and stains

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Carpet is one of the most expensive investments in your home, when you bought it you anticipate it will last many years and key to achieving that goal is the regular maintenance of your carpets. Scheduled professional cleaning  is the only way that will ensure that your carpets have a long life span. Professional carpet cleaning is convenient and it keeps your carpet and your home looking beautiful. It preserves the natural stain resistance of the carpet fibres and removes ugly spots and stain.This will help you save money that you would have used to replace carpets because they were not well cleaned. It is cheaper to clean a carpet than to replace it.

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Having your rugs  professionally cleaned  is not expensive and ensures the best care for your floor coverings.. An Oriental rug cleaning company has the most experience with these very fragile floor coverings. Not all equipment and cleaning solutions are appropriate for these types of rugs. Using the wrong ones could result in  damage.

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All furniture and upholstery will at some time require cleaning  and some more frequently than others. Your upholstered furniture is amongst the most used and therefore most visible items in your home or workplace. Its appearance can detract from the beauty of your home if you allow it to become grubby and stained. Regular professional cleaning can keep your furniture looking attractive and will prolong its useful life.

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Halliwell has a population of about  14,000 and is a very pleasant place to live and work with excellent schools and leisure facilities. Halliwell is now just a suburb  of the bigger town of Bolton The population was 13,929 in 2011. It is a very pleasant area to live with excellent transportation links to both Bolton and Manchester.  Halliwell is approximately  2 miles from the   town centre of Bolton  and has  Tonge Moor as its neighbour. The very old town of Smilthill Hall lies to the  north  of Halliwell  and it is located within the area known as the West Pennine Moors

One of the best known landmarks in the suburb is St Peter’s parish church, which was  built in 1838 and consecrated two years later in 1840. Halliwell was of course once a town in its own right and used to be  part of the old parish of Deane. Vestiges of Halliwells historical past can be still seen, Boundary Street was where the dividing line between Halliwell and the old parish of Bolton le Moors fell and there still exist remnants of  an old building on Halliwell Rd which was once the very important toll house for the road.

The name Halliwell is a derivation of  the old English name Halig Wella  or  Holy Well,  the water spring itself which gave its name to the town is no longer evident but it used to be situated at the north end of the town adjacent to Smithills Croft Road.

Although Halliwell once had its own football team called Halliwell Rovers and in their day they were one of the top teams in the league. Their home ground in Halliwell was the area known as Bennetts or Holy Harbour. The ground no longer exists but it was located at the intersection of Elgin St, Bennetts Lane, and Cloister St

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