Andersens Carpet Cleaning – Call 1300 664 843

Keeping your floors clean and maintaining them sometimes requires different methods of cleaning. We’d like to make life a little easier for you, so we’ve offering to take the responsibility of helping you properly maintain your carpet to keep it in immaculate condition, by offering a professional cleaning service readily available to you.

We specialise in deep carpet cleaning using industrial grade equipment that does really deep extraction to lift the dirt out, ensuring your carpets get a thorough clean and are not left wet and soggy.

Self-steaming your carpets carries the danger of damaging man-made carpet fibers or shrinking natural carpets such as wool.   You also run the risk of leaving the underside of your carpets damp which can result in mould growth. This could be dangerous to your health, not to mention the nasty accompanying side effect is produces by introducing bad smells.

Even worse is after your hard work cleaning your carpets,  certain detergents and chemicals that you use often  leave invisible  detergent residues on your carpet fibers, attracting dirt especially from the soles of shoes, so  as people walk on a carpet it just causes the carpet to become dirty again soon after cleaning.  You definitely don’t want to waste your valuable time and energy doing something that doesn’t work as effectively as it could.

Our cleaning service ensures peace of mind that your carpets are in the safest hands as we use special cleaning materials that are Australian carpet cleaning standards approved.  This not only ensures deep cleaning and peace of mind to the hygiene of your carpets, but also helps remove those stubborn stains in the heavily soiled areas that won’t budge with normal cleaning methods.

Don’t wait, contact our floor and blind experts who are available to help you with your specific cleaning requirements. Call 1300 664 843.

Just how often should you clean your carpets?

Keeping carpets clean is the bane of many a home-maker’s existence. Many debate over how often one should vacuum and also how often one should have professionals in to give a good deep clean. Continue reading “Just how often should you clean your carpets?”

Are wooden floors better than carpets when it comes to allergies?

The debate continues so let’s look at the facts

Carpet comes under attack because of 1) the chemicals used to make it and 2) because it traps dirt and allergens. However, what may have been true in years past is no longer true in modern carpeting.


Common misconceptions are that carpets can harbor dirt and allergens, but there are no reports that link carpeting with asthma or an increase in allergies. Rather than trapping particulates, which is seen as a bad thing, carpeting prevents such things from becoming airborne. Frequent, thorough vacuuming sucks allergens out of carpeting. Continue reading “Are wooden floors better than carpets when it comes to allergies?”

Natural flooring options

Wood is a unique and renewable material. Trees absorb carbon during their growing cycle, and this carbon remains stored in products like wood flooring during its service life. Wood itself is considered to be hypoallergenic. Reclaimed wood is also used for wood flooring.

 Bamboo flooring is made from a fast-growing renewable “timber” (bamboo is actually a grass). It is natural anti-bacterial, water-resistant and extremely durable.  Bamboo has become a fashionable décor choice and Andersens have a wide range to choose from.

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Tips to allergy proof your home

How do allergies work exactly?

When you have allergies, your immune system makes antibodies that identify a particular allergen as harmful, even though it isn’t.

So how do I stop them from becoming a problem?

Just focusing on the basics of a routine and thorough cleaning and temperature and humidity reduction can lead to fewer symptoms and a vastly improved quality of life. The following recommendations can help you avoid allergy triggers and reduce exposure to allergen triggers in your home such as, dust mites, pollen and animal saliva and other allergens. Continue reading “Tips to allergy proof your home”