We are a family owned business on the Northern Beaches of Sydney with over 30 years’ experience in specialist carpet, tile, upholstery, rug & leather cleaning services for both residential & commercial properties. We also offer exceptional flood remediation and water damage services.
30 Years Strong
In 1985, Devine Carpet Care was started by a newly married couple who had just moved to the Northern Beaches. Frank and Raja’s business grew primarily from word of mouth as their reputation for quality workmanship spread.
2 children, their marriages and now grandchildren mixed in with an explosive business of carpet, leather, tile and rug cleaning meant the demand was too large, so they sold the carpet cleaning business to an already partner in the business, Mel & Rob Lowe.
30 year strong reputation over 2 generations means Devine are certainly doing it right!
– Thanks for a job well done! Judy S – Thanks for the excellent service! ...,
Thank you . The staff member you sent out was lovely and did a great job. Love having clean carpets again....Amanda M,
Rob and his team mate did a BRILLIANT JOB, we are delighted. With thanks....Helen Q,
Local Supporting Local – Surf and Protect! Devine Carpet Care would like to give a big thank you to Bryce Cudmore and his friends Ned Ritchie and Blake Abbott for coming to the aid of a local business woman who was being robbed by shoplifters on Sunday 8th January as reported by The Manly Daily Continue Reading
30 YEARS DEVINE Who would have thought that Devine Carpet Care would be celebrating 30 years in business this month? But they always say from humble beginnings the best things grow and we’d have to agree. With a background in cleaning supplies and machine repairs, Frank Devine in the search for some extra cash, started Continue Reading
Devine Carpet Care and Devine Complete Rug Care are on the move! Due to our excellent reputation and our amazing clients, 2013 was a huge & exciting year for Team Devine with all aspects of the business increasing in size. Due to this, our office and factory space simply became too cramped so the decision Continue Reading