As part of its ongoing campaign to raise awareness of the problem, the RTE has teamed up with its sister broadcaster, the Irish Times, to help people get a sense of what carpet cleaning is like.
The programme, titled Carpet Cleaning Specials, will air every Tuesday night from 8pm to 11pm on RTE Radio 1 and RTE2.
The show is aimed at people who are concerned about cleaning their carpet every day, or who feel like they have never cleaned their carpet before.
It aims to educate the public on the importance of getting the right carpet cleaner and the benefits of using a professional.
The RTE said that it wants to highlight the importance and value of carpet cleaning.
“We wanted to give the public a sense that they have to look after their own carpet, that it is important and important to do it, that they should be responsible and that they are doing it well,” said Eoin MacLeod, senior communications manager for the RTA.
“So we’ve set out to give people the opportunity to get a good understanding of what it is like to do carpets.”
To encourage people to take a look at the carpet, RTE is offering a limited number of carpet cleaners to those who register on its website.
One of the most popular carpet cleaners, the Dermot O’Leary, is also available at the door, as well as the Dolly’s and Nando’s brands.
The service charges €14.95 for a three-hour time slot, and can be booked online or by calling the RTO on 08800 84700.
Carpet cleaning is not compulsory in Ireland.
The carpet cleaning service does not include carpeting in the home, but will help you remove any debris that may have accumulated in your home, and will ensure your home is looking good for future generations.
In the event of a carpet leak, a service will be arranged to clear up the mess.
There are no charges for the removal of carpet debris or any other materials left behind.
It is not the first time the RTT has taken a step in this direction, as a similar programme in 2009 led to a number of changes to the way carpets were being cleaned in the country.
The campaign to encourage carpet cleaning has now been joined by a campaign by the Irish National Parks Foundation to raise the awareness of a number areas in the national parks, which are the most environmentally sensitive in the world.
In addition to promoting a clean environment for everyone in the family, the programme will highlight the value of good carpets, and the positive impact they can have on our natural environments.
“I think that if you’ve got a problem with carpet, if you don’t have a good carpet in your house, then it will be difficult to get rid of the carpet,” said RTE’s Ms MacLeod.
To find out more about carpet cleaning, check out the RT show below:”
The carpet can hold up the moisture that is trapped in the wood and you can then clean it, and we can remove that carpet in the future, and it can be very environmentally friendly, and I think that’s a good thing.”
To find out more about carpet cleaning, check out the RT show below: