Let me introduce myself. My name is Dave and I have been cleaning carpets and upholstery since 1987.  I took a few years out of cleaning carpets to serve in the armed forces doing tours of Bosnia and Northern Ireland. I returned to cleaning carpets and upholstery for the same Doncaster company based in Barnby Dun for another 12 years.  I then joined the Territorial Army where I did a 6 month tour of Afghanistan. I was not able to rejoin the company  when I came back so have now started my own independant carpet and upholstery/leather cleaning buisness.

I have had experience in cleaning everything from pubs/restaurants, private houses, office blocks, day nurseries to health centres.  I’ve cleaned the lot! I only use modern Hi Tech equipment which means better deep down cleaning and faster drying times and I am fully insured. I take pride in my job and in my company name.

I was asked many times about cleaning ovens, so I decided to get myself trained and I am now qualified to clean ovens in a safe and professional way.  As with the carpet and upholstery side of the buisness, I always give a high standard of work, there is no second best.

I have also branched out into pest control for which I have had many years experience. I can help with infestations of mice, rats, bed bugs, wasps and bees.

Because of my military background every job that I do has to be done to a very high standard. If your not happy then I’m not happy.

I hold the following recognised certificates

(1) CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLIC HEALTH INSECT COURSE
(2) CERTIFICATE FOR RODENT CONTROL
(3) LEVEL 2 AWARD IN THE SAFE USE OF RODENTICIDES  (Please click here to view certificate)
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I am also accredited with P&L Systems, NPTA (National Park Technicians Association) and Think Wildlife (Campaign for responsible rodenticide use).

Please do not hesitate to contact me (more information on how to contact me can be found on the contact page)

Best wishes

Dave Cookson, Proprietor of Domestic Cleaning Services

 

 

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