Our carpet cleaning Frankston service is your local carpet cleaning and stain removal specialist. Black Gold is a family owned and operated business, and we are fully IICRC qualified. Our business offers great service and results every time. We remove the stains and spots others leave behind and service all areas including Frankston South and Frankston North.
As we don’t use contractors or pay franchise fees, we can offer really affordable rates to all Frankston carpet cleaning customers. Our standard hours are Monday to Saturday from 9am to 5pm, however, we can arrange weekend or after hours bookings to accommodate homes, and businesses. We are happy to arrange a time to suit you!
We charge by the room for carpet cleaning, where a standard room size is up to 12sqm. Upholstery is charged by the seat and a chaise is usually counted as 2 seats. At Black Gold, we try to ensure the price you are quoted is the price you pay and only change this if the job is not as described when it was booked.
We love our neighbourhood and the planet, so we make sure our detergents are environmentally friendly and locally manufactured. This also ensures the safety of your family and pets. Naturally, where ever possible we source locally distributed cleaning supplies and equipment, to reduce our carbon footprint. If you have allergies or chemical sensitivities, then our non toxic carpet cleaning in Frankston is perfect for you.There are no artificial fragrances an no nasty toxic chemicals or residue.
Aside from carpet steam or dry cleaning, our other services in Frankston, include
If you are still not sure about choosing between carpet cleaning Frankston services, then please read our blog for some tips.
Did you know that prior to European settlement in 1835, the Port Phillip Bay area was originally populated by Indigenous Australians of the Kulin nation for an estimated 31,000 to 40,000 years. In particular, the Frankston area was inhabited primarily by the Mayone-bulluk clan from the Bunurong tribe of the Kulin nation. Frankston was an important meeting place for the Bunurong Tribe clans for trading and Corroborees. Fisherman were the first “unofficial” European settlers in the area. From around 1835. the lived in tents and huts on the foreshore and would travel by boat to Melbourne to sell their catches.
“Just letting you know that the stain in the middle of my lounge room has not returned. There may be a slight discolouration, but barely visible. So I guess you are in fact a magician! Thank you very much. Perhaps you can work such magic again next year.”