Carpet Cleaning

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E&R Carpet Cleaners

Eddy and Rose love cleaning carpets. Enjoy clean fresh carpets by friendly and experienced husband/wife team with 24 years' experience.

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Your local, qualified carpet technicians

Eddy and Rose from E&R Carpet Cleaners are members of the Carpet Cleaning Association of WA.

All members must have a minimum qualification of a Certificate II in Asset Maintenance, which means that Eddy and Rose are qualified carpet technicians. They combine this technical expertise with 24 years’ experience, which means that you can trust them with all your carpet problems including cleaning, repairs and high quality spot, stain and odour removal.

Professional cleaning means deep cleaning

If you look closely at your carpet, you’ll probably find a sandpit of soil that can’t be reached by normal vacuuming. You might not notice it, but it’s grinding away at your carpet every time someone walks over it, causing wear and tear. The only way to get rid of these damaging particles is by industrial strength vacuum power – this is crucial to achieving the best results, removing dirt, dust, hair and other dry contaminants.

Apart from the damage to your carpets, there are many benefits to having your carpets regularly cleaned. These include:

  • Restoring your carpet to its original beauty
  • Gets rid of trapped pollutants
  • Gets rid of asthma and allergy triggers such as dust
  • Can help prevent the growth of mould
  • Improves the air quality in your home

Eddy and Rose will have your carpets looking like new and you don’t have to do any of the work!

Protect your investment

Carpets make a room feel warm and inviting and can be good insulation against harsh sound. They are also an expensive investment which can be damaged by every day wear and tear, and if you don’t have them cleaned regularly, they may become so damaged, they will have to be completely replaced.

Call the professionals

Carpet cleaning is a science that requires skills and expertise that can only be obtained with formal training.

As members of the Carpet Cleaning Association of WA Eddy and Rose will:

  • Pre-inspect your carpet,
  • Advise you on what outcomes you may reasonably expect,
  • Discuss any problems they may discover,
  • Advise you on what methods they intend to use,
  • Always seek to satisfy your expectations,
  • Always ensure the highest standards of safety, environmental outcomes and carpet hygiene

Fresh and clean carpets step-by-step


Every great carpet clean starts with a proper inspection. They will inspect areas of concern as well as taking note of the kind of carpet you have, and its condition. They will also advise on any problem areas.


This is one of the most important steps in carpet cleaning.

Spray & pre-spot

Traffic areas and spots are pre-treated with a special spray for more effective dirt and spot removal.

Extract & rinse

Once the dirt has been loosened, the carpet is thoroughly flushed with a rinsing agent. Pressure and heat are regulated so that carpet is not over-wet. The water temperature is between 180°F - 190°F

Carpet drying times will vary, but it shouldn’t take longer than 6-8 hours with proper ventilation.

If you want your carpets cleaning done right the first time, call E&R Carpet Cleaners.


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