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How much does professional carpet cleaning cost

In the United Kingdom, carpet cleaning prices depend on the following factors:

  • the size of your home
  • how many rooms you want cleaned, and
  • what types of cleaning services you require.

For example, a full house carpet clean could range from £100 to over £400.

Within Blackburn, a regular price should be around £25-£30 per room and that’s not including extras such as deodorizing which can easily run up costs by another £15-£20/room. How much does it cost to get carpet cleaned?

Professional cleaners are better equipped at handling tougher stains and odors in carpets, rugs, upholstery and furniture – not to mention they’re also vastly more experienced with regards to which methods work best for various types of fabric!

The final price will depend on factors like:

  • what type of shampoo you want used (natural or eco-friendly),
  • if you need a deodorizer applied,
  • whether any special treatments are necessary (e.g., pet stain removal) and so forth.

Prices can start around £50 but can cost upwards of £500 depending on the size and complexity, if any special treatments are necessary (e.g., pet stain removal) or cleaning requires extra time/effort. This price includes sanitizing baseboards outside your living space with an all natural product – this typically isn’t included when you do it yourself at home!

When comparing the costs, be sure to consider that some will not include additional services like shampooing carpets as well as steam vacuuming them while others may also offer other extras such as deodorizing or applying spot remover so there’s no need for you to go out and purchase it yourself.

For commercial carpet cleaning, pricing depends on the size of your carpet and how dirty it is. For example, a commercial carpet cleaning company cleaning hotel carpets will charge differently for the lobby than for the rooms.

For upholstery and furniture, the size of your home doesn’t have a direct effect on costs; instead, how dirty it is. For example, professional cleaners might charge £40-£80 to clean two sofas or chairs because they’ll take longer than say just one sofa – which could cost as little as £30.