Kleenall is better than other companies. We use a very thorough ten step process which uses hot water extraction to ensure the best possible results for our customers. In fact, our ‘truck-mount’ system is by far the most effective system out there. Where most take all the equipment inside the premises, we house everything needed in a van, and simply carry a hose and cleaning wand into your home or office. This means less disruption to your space, less time to get started cleaning, and less cleanup time at the end. All in all, it provides a more efficient experience for our customers.
It is also far more effective than the portable method. Our machine is the most powerful of its kind in the North East – a duel operated 32hp truck-mount. This is over twenty times more powerful than the normal portables, making for a much faster and deeper clean than normal. We use hot water extraction to clean the carpet – well known in the industry as being by far the best method of cleaning. Carpet manufacturers themselves recommend using this method, so you know it’s the best. This method also saves time, because it has a faster period of drying than is usually the case.
But at Kleenall, we give you even more for your money! With us, you know you’re getting the best and most up-to-date equipment. You’re also getting our cleansing formula, which is the secret ingredient necessary to get out even the toughest stains.
Things to Do in Turriff while we are hard at work
Turriff, from the Gaelic ‘Torraibh’, means ‘place of round hills’. It lies on the river Deveron. It is often referred to as ‘Turra’, a name closer to the original Gaelic pronunciation. It has a great history, being the home of some of the first battles in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms in the seventeenth century. Also, in the Middle Ages, the Knights Templar had a base here.
Fyvie Castle is located in the village of Fyvie, very near Turriff. It’s a fantastic castle. Beware though – some say it’s haunted. If you want an aerial view of it, check out the Virgin Balloon flights. This will give you a fantastic view of the beautiful Scottish countryside, providing you don’t mind heights!
Delgatie Castle is also worth a visit. Mary Queen of Scots stayed there, and her bedchambers are on show. There are many great walks on the grounds, and it has a homely tearoom that has won the Scottish baking award more than once. Within the grounds of the castle is a four acre loch where you can go fly fishing for trout either on boat or on the bank. There’s also a short walk through woodland and forestry.
If you’re thinking of buying a souvenir of your trip in Turriff, the Flower Attic is a great place to get one. It has many unique items for sale in addition to a great selection of flowers.