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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

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Specialist carpet cleaners  use the right cleaning agents and the correct equipment.  If you choose to personally clean your carpet, chances are that you will use the off-the-counter cleaning detergents. Most of these chemicals may not be suitable and could do more harm to your carpet than good. Some of them may cause  colour loss, or the fibres of the carpet may be distorted as you try to remove a stain or spot, your carpet may be permanently damaged by your efforts. It is much safer to allow a professional carpet cleaner to use their specialist  detergents, these are usually bio-degradable and eco friendly well as highly effective.  They have been tested over time and they are not likely to trigger allergies.

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

Be sure to have your Oriental rug cleaning done by an expert and to have it cleaned and inspected regularly. If you are unsure as to how to provide the best care for your rug, ask your professional cleaning service what maintenance should be performed regularly to keep your rug looking great. They should be able to provide you with useful information and tips for cleaning and protecting your rug. There are also abundant amounts of Internet resources that can help you develop a regular maintenance routine for your rug so your investment is protected and looks as good as it did the day you brought it home.

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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

Dirt, oil, grease and dust builds up and soil your upholstery. Regularly vacuuming is necessary to avoid hard stains as when upholstered furnishings become dirty, they can also become a breeding ground for mould, bacteria, and allergens. Most furniture manufacturers recommend that upholstery should be professionally cleaned every year.

Bury BL8

Bury is only 11 miles north of Manchester city centre and is situated between the two larger towns of  Bolton and Rochdale. The area of Bury is composed of six towns and has a population of about 182,000 and the town itself has about 80,000 people.  Its most famous inhabitant was Sir Robert Peel who became prime minister and who founded the modern day police force in the UK

Modern Bury is a vibrant and attractive town to live in or to visit. Bury is home to the world famous East Lancashire Railway and the Bury Market. Bury has a Cultural Quarter which houses the Bury Art Museum and the Fusilier Museum as well as the Bury Transport Museum. On a rainy day these wonderful museums provide an interesting and fun day out for the whole family.

The East Lancashire Railway has been running for over a hundred years and leaves from Bolton Street Station in Bury.  It is an award winning heritage  steam railway line that attracts hundreds of fans and train enthusiasts from all over the country. It organises many events throughout the year and these can be discovered online, Eg the 1940s weekend, the Santa Specials and the Rail Ale Trail early booking for many of these events is recommended because they can be very popular.

After enjoying a trip on the Steam train you and your family can then enjoy the Bury Transport Museum which is in the Castlecroft Goods Warehouse just across the road from Bury Bolton Street Station. This excellent museum is a treasure house for the history of Bury and the whole area. Entrance is free and a donations are gratefully accepted.

The museum is extremely family friendly and during the school holidays the museum hosts drop in craft workshops for kids, a wonderful way to educate and entertain at the same time. Your kids can make a dancing train guard puppet or colour their own personal railway line. The workshops run  every Wednesday during the school holidays and cost only £1 per child.

The Bury Transport museum is an entertaining way to educate your children about the industrial heritage of the North of England. Antique vehicles have been stunningly restored and the museum has a wealth of original atifacts as well as many interactive exhibits to keep everyone interested.

Discover how Hilda the steam roller almost met catastrophe, see the smallest museum inside a museum, learn how a chip shop became a horse drawn tram and spend a fascinating day learning about the history of Bury.
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