Everall Dry Carpet Cleaning

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     Dry Extraction Carpet Cleaning.                            St.Albans, Welwyn,  Radlett, Potters Bar, Harpenden.

Domestic & Commercial

Tel. 07973 766616 

Tel. 07346 767826

Tel. 01727 822042   


We have been cleaning carpets since 1987 in St Albans and surrounding areas using a Dry Extraction system and Prochem Hot water extraction system.

Why we use a Dry system?  Because the system is a dry extraction system, wet carpets are a problem of the past. Problems such as split seams, faded colours, delamination and mildew caused by over wetting carpets, this will never occur with Host carpet cleaning. Carpets won't get dingy or dull. The Host system cleans all of today's carpets successfully; nylon, olefin, wool,80/20 polyester, acrylic, glue-down carpet tiles, Seagrass and Sisal. etc.

Upholstery cleaning using Prochem products.

  • Carpet & Rug Cleaning.                           
  • Sisal & Seagrass cleaning.
  • Upholstery Cleaning.
  • Stain Removal.
  • Leather Treatments.

We only use the best quality equipment and products for our cleaning and no matter how big or small the job may be, you can always count on us to complete it to the highest standard. We believe The Host Dry Extraction carpet cleaning system to be the best. Thats why we use it for really top quality results. For carpets that look and smell clean.

Call for a quote.

Tel. 01727 822042          

Mob. 07973 766616

Tel. 07346 767826

E.Mail. [email protected]


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Think about this for a moment: If a wet carpet cleaner extracts dirty water from a carpet, but the carpet is still wet, is the water left in the carpet clean or dirty?

Now consider cleaning your carpet green and dry:

  • No wet carpet
  • Environmentally preferred
  • Spots won?t come back
  • Carpet stays cleaner longer
  • HOST cleaned carpets are ready to use
  • Lifts matted carpet pile
  • Removes dust mites, mold and other allergens
  • Safe for children and pets
  • Safe for all carpets, even Orientals
  • Sisal and seagrass

The choice is clear: Dry is better than wetter!   




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