Cleaning Carpets

Cleaning Carpets During Renovations

Australians have been renovating their houses and offices and using carpet cleaning services for many years now, both for personal home cleaning and commercial purposes. In an industry where there were many players, those offering the best service grew in size and reputation. It hasn’t been easy for the carpet cleaning industry, and through the years there have been a few misconceptions about the business.

Carpet Cleaners Perth advise that one of the reasons for the advancements in the industry has been the development of better equipment and more importantly, the introduction of better products with which to clean carpets. As a result, there is more carpet cleaning and less replacement of carpets.

However, with such growth in the carpet cleaning industry, it also becomes crucial to eliminate the misconceptions connected with it. Here we take a look at the three most common misconceptions. The more you understand about how things are really done, the easier it is to make an informed decision.

Pet Relocation

Pet Relocation When Renovating or Moving

Some pets just love travelling in a car. Think dog, head out the window, tongue flapping in the wind, eyes closed in a heaven of new scents. Some pets are terrified because they think they are going to the vet. According to Removalists Perth regardless of which category your pet fits into, a long distance trip, as part of the removalists operation, maybe over a couple of days, might affect your pet worse than you think. Here’s a few tips to help with your pet relocation. Rabbits, dogs, cats, guinea pigs, and more exotic pets like snakes, tarantulas and turtles can get quite stressed when they are taken from their comfort zone.

Stay! Good Dog!

Taking your pet on shorter car trips is a good preparation for the up coming move. You can build the distance so that the animal gets used to spending lengthy periods in the car. As well as walking the dog, take it with you on errands so it gets used to leaving and returning. You will have to decide on whether the pet will travel with you or whether you use a professional pet relocation company on moving day.

Pet Carriers

Work out your pet’s favourite travel style. Some pets move straight to their safe spot in the car, while others feel more secure in a carrier. If your pet frets, then a carrier is the best option. You can hire a suitable one or buy one if you feel that’s a great way to carry your pet in future. Don’t spring the carrier on the pet on moving day. That’s a disaster and not very fair to the pet and will cause it even more stress.