• 1 Dixon St, Te Aro , Wellington, Wellington 6011
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Featured Hataitai Carpet Cleaning Company Listing

Below are some carpet cleaning companies in Hataitai that you may wish to consider speaking to.

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These carpet cleaning services are professional, fast and courteous and you’ll also discover them to be very cost-effective. We understand time is scarce, not only for us, but customers too. So we’ll do whatever we can to fix the issue, the very first time. There is no task that is too big or too insignificant for the carpet cleaners, so if you need a carpet cleaning company in Hataitai then please call the number above.

We have actually worked very hard to build our reputation here in Hataitai and are striving harder still, not only to preserve that good reputation, but to continuously try to improve it. We treat all of our clients with the highest regard, no matter the extent of the task in hand. When the cleaners leave your residential or commercial property we want you to feel comfortable enough to leave a 5-star evaluation and also be willing to recommend us to others. You will always be able to depend on us for your Hataitai carpet cleaning projects, so we’re on standby to hear from you whenever you need your carpets cleaned.


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More About Hataitai

Hataitai is an inner-city suburb of Wellington, the capital of New Zealand, 3.5 kilometres southeast of the city centre. The suburb extends over the southeastern flank of Mount Victoria and down a valley between the Town Belt and a ridge along the shoreline of Evans Bay. Hataitai is bounded by Hepara Street, Grafton Road and the suburb of Roseneath in the north, Wellington Harbour in the east, Cobham Drive, Wellington Road and Crawford Road in the south, and Alexandra Road in the west.

Hataitai is on important transport links between the central city and Wellington International Airport, to the south of Evans Bay on the isthmus at Rongotai. It is at the eastern end of the Mount Victoria Tunnel and the bus-only Hataitai Tunnel, built in 1907 for trams, making Hataitai a popular place to live.