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Doctors, Dentists & Medical Practice Carpet Cleaning


Doctors, Dentists & Medical Practice Carpet Cleaning

Health & hygiene of your surgery

A tailored healthcare carpet cleaning plan and service to meet your CQC cleanliness and infection control requirements

Primary care medical practices in England fall under the Care Quality Commission's (CQC's) ongoing compliance monitoring system. Part of this compliance monitoring process relates to cleanliness and infection control within your practice.

Spring Clean Homes will provide you with a reliable, value for money cleaning service that will help you meet the relevant CQC requirements under their 'Safe' Key Line of Enquiry (KLOE).

Well trained and helpful staff, managed absence cover and a fully flexible, confidential service tailored to your practice's unique requirements mean you can concentrate on providing superior patient care knowing that the cleaning of your doctors surgery is in expert hands.

Benefits To Your Surgery or Medical Practice

Here at Spring Clean Homes we offer professional carpet cleaning services to compliment your existing cleaning schedules and make for a cleaner safer environment.

  • 1. CQC Compliance
    We have worked hard to develop a comprehensive cleaning process to ensure that all of our clients are fully compliant with CQC cleaning standards. We make sure you're fully covered in the event of a CQC inspection.

  • 2. Flexibility
    We understand that you may have your cleaning requirements sorted out, either by employing someone direct or by using a contract cleaning company. We can work with your existing cleaning provider to ensure you are fully CQC compliant on an on-going basis.

  • 3. Reliability
    We have extensive experience in commercial carpet cleaning, and we can provide excellent references that will attest to our professionalism and quality assurance.

7 Reasons To Maintain Clean Surgery & Medical Practice Carpets


Health & Safety at work regulations require you to maintain a clean environment including carpeted areas and rugs


CQC Guideline 15 (1)(a) states that carpets should be regularly cleaned


• Blood, vomit and urine stain removal require specialist treatment for standard cleaning would not be sufficient


Improve indoor air quality of your surgery or medical centre


Regular professional treatments prolong the life of your carpets and rugs reducing the cost of replacement


Regular cleaning approves the appearance of your carpets and makes for a brighter place to work and be for your staff, users and clients


Clean carpets as part of an overall clean premises will reassure parents of your high levels of cleanliness

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