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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

From your dry carpet cleaning company

 Affordable carpet cleaning rates for your move in or move out

 Give Your Clients & Employes a Bonus! Office carpet Cleaning

Regular carpet cleaning is a must for a beautiful carpet and healthy living. Carpets  accumulate a lot of dirt, dust and allergens and even microbes which can be a health problem in the home and lowers the IAQ  A dirty carpet  can  worsen  respiratory problems such as asthma or allergies . Regular cleaning of your carpets will minimise   dust mite problems. Other  advantages to professional carpet cleaning of the carpets in your home are the aesthetic value of a beautiful clean and spotless carpet and the professional removal of dirt will preserve your carpets useful life, and save you money in the long run

 Refresh and Restore your  Rugs 

Expert  Rug cleaning and repairs

 Refresh Your Rugs and Restore colours  with Persian & Oriental rug cleaning

 Dirt, spots & Stains Expertly Removed

by Local Rug Cleaners

Best rug cleaning at affordable prices

 Remove Rug Odours,

Professional Rug Repairs

 Contemporary and Antique Rug cleaning at our Rug studio

Professional rug cleaning is the safest and most convenient way to care for an expensive rug.  Expert area rug cleaning is accomplished by the Immersion Method. Where rugs are washed carefully and thoroughly with water and safely removing the excess water and soil with a roller system, speed drying the rug, and addressing the fringe.Professionals have the expertise, equipment and means to perfectly clean a rug safely.  Home cleaning of fine rugs often causes accidental damage including bleeding, foundation shrinkage, degradation from being wet too long, and other reasons

 Professionally cleaned  Sofas and Chairs

  Easy & Affordable  upholstery  cleaning services

 Stains and spots expertly removed

 Local upholstery cleaning  is affordable saves you money!

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Spotless sofas and armchairs from your local furniture cleaners

Convenient dry upholstery cleaning and affordable prices

Your furniture  is often the most neglected aspect of all home cleaning, and furniture is considered to be  one of the most expensive  home investments. Just like any other part of your home it becomes soiled and stained but receives only a quick dusting once every few months. Fabric upholstery absorbs oil and soil from our hands, feet, and  hair, dirt and dust from the air is deposited on your sofa and chairs as well as food and drink stains. Regular professional cleaning of furniture keeps your sofas and armchairs free of soil and stains and looking great. Dry gritty soil on  a fabric abrades the fibres and wears out the arms and seating cushions much more quickly. A professional furniture cleaning adds years of life to your furniture and can restore its good looks for your and your family to enjoy .

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Horwich is a small town situated 20 miles from Manchester. The excellent public transportation and the accessibility of the M61  and rural setting of the town makes it a very attractive commuter town for young families.   Horwich town council is made up of 14 elected town councillors and has a mayor, the current mayor of Horwich is Stephen Rock. Every year one of the Horwich councillors is elected to the position of mayor, it is a largely ceremonial position and is only for one year of service.

At the beginning of the Industrial revolution Horwich became an important economic hub for bleach works and the cotton spinning industry , they had access to fast flowing streams from the surrounding moorlands and could generate power from water mills and then electricity. The evolution of the railways then caused a rapid expansion of Horwich population. The population of Horwich is now about 20,000.

The river Douglas flows through Horwich and the town is surrounded by moorland Rivington Pike and the West Pennine Moors. In 1995 the area called Red Moss  1.5 km from Horwich was designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest because it is a lowland area of mire with the flora and fauna that should be protected. The site is managed by the Wildlife trust

The former industrial legacy of Horwich is reflected in many of the older imposing Victorian buildings around the town.

There was always an interest in Horwich in education and the Railway Company built the Railway Mechanics Institute in 1888 which subsequently became Horwich Technical college but today no longer exists. Today the young students of Horwich attend Rivington and Blackrod High school or St Joseph’s High School located on Chorley New rd.

The earliest school building dates from 1793 and was created to be an Infant school and a Sunday School. It is now known as Horwich Parish School and is still used as a parish hall and is protected as a Listed Building. Other school buildings that were erected in 1832 are still in use as Horwich Parish C of E Primary School. A newer primary school was built for young children and is called Our Lady’s school in 1886 and this was merged with the original Holy Family primary school in 1894 and together they are now jointly known as St Mary’s Primary School in Horwich

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