Welcome to the very first official Pro-Clean blog. I’m relatively new to blogging so please bear with me.
I thought a good place to start would be an introduction to my business and the services that we offer.
Pro-Clean started life out as Chemclean in 1989, and was run by my brother in law, until ill health forced him to retire in 2007. The company continued to exist due to a small number of regular, long standing customers that called occasionally and kept the business ticking over at a very low level. In July 2009 (after much discussion and research), my wife and I took the business over with a client list of 2 retained customers. Following 12 months of very hard work and many sleepless nights, we made the decision to change the name to Pro-Clean, which we thought more accurately reflected the service we provided. Since the small beginnings in 2009, we have now ammassed over 1500 customers and more than doubled the turnover.
We are proud to be an independent carpet and upholstery cleaning company, no franchises or head offices to report to, a genuine family business run by myself and my wife (the real boss !), with 1 employee (so far) working towards a business administration apprentiship.
We professionally clean carpets, upholstery, rugs and curtains, using the very latest machinery along with the very best detergents and spot removers, for domestic and commercial customers.
We are also fully trained in Trauma & Crime Scene cleaning, being members of the National Academy of Crime Scene Cleaners, and can cope with cleaning after burglaries, unexplained deaths, traumatic deaths and the more mundane aspects such as needle collection.
We work within a 25 mile radius of Banbury, taking in Brackley, Bicester, Chipping Norton, Southam, Daventry, Witney, Stowe and all of the villages in-between. We are also willing to travel further, if the job demands and customer is willing, and as such have completed jobs as far away as Bedford.
Over the next few blogs I will hopefully be able to offer advice and tips, and also give you an insight into the sometimes odd working life of a carpet cleaner. We always expect every job to be different, and the customers never fail to deliver.
Thanks for reading this initial blog, and if you can bear it, please visit again.