The methods we use at Kleenall are better than those of most cleaning companies. We use a thorough ten step process which is sure to transform even the dirtiest carpets. This is better than the usual two step process used by other companies. Where other companies use a portable cleaner, we use a far superior method known as ‘truck-mount’ cleaning. In this system, everything needed to clean your carpets is kept in a van outside your premises, apart from a hose and cleaning wand. These are taken inside and used to clean your carpets using a method known as hot water extraction. This ensures that your carpets are left in top condition. Hot water extraction is accepted in the industry as the best method for cleaning carpets, and is the one carpet manufacturers themselves suggest. In addition to providing you with the best results, this extraction method also has a much faster drying period than would otherwise be the case.
Since the hose and wand is all that is taken inside your home or work environment, cleanup and setup time is reduced substantially. There is also less disruption to your environment. This is different from other companies, who drag water buckets, chemicals, and portable machines inside. At Kleenall, we’ll be in and out in no time, but will at the same time provide you with a deeper and more effective clean than other companies.
Our cleaning machine, housed in the van, is more powerful than any others you’ll find in the North East. It’s duel operated and has a 32hp engine, giving it twenty times more power than the normal portable models. This means deeper and faster cleaning, as well as a faster drying period.
However, there’s more! With Kleenall, you know our cleaners will use the most high tech equipment available. We also pre-spray with our special cleansing formula to give your carpet the best possible clean.
Things to Do in Huntly during your clean
Huntly, which used to be known as Milton of Strathbogie, is a small town in Aberdeenshire. It’s got a fascinating history, being the site where the Gordon Highlanders regiment was originally based. Although small, there’s lots to do here!
If you like outdoors activity, Huntly has a variety of options. The Nordic and Outdoor Centre has both ski slopes and tubing. They also offer ski courses. Huntly Castle is a wonderful ruined castle, with a very impressive stately palace. Be sure to see the heraldic fireplaces, one of the highlights of the castle.
Leith Hall is a great place for a day out. The hall itself can only be seen in the tour, but it’s well worth it. There‘s a military exhibition, which gives a great insight into Scottish military history. They have the highest altitude gardens in the National Trust, providing a great view of Aberdeenshire. You’ll see many birds here, including grey herons. Once you’ve finished, why not visit the gift shop and take home a souvenir.
The Linden Tree is a quaint little craft and gift shop. You’ll be sure to find something there that interests you. They sell unique items made by local artists. You can also pet and feed them. If you’re ever wondered how they make your favourite dram, why not pay a visit to Knockdhu Distillery and take one of their informative daily tours. Huntly Falconry is a great place to see birds of prey up close. They have demonstrations of hawks, eagles, falcons, and owls.