DIY Carpet cleaning machines vs paying professionals. What is the better route for the budget minded individual? Read more as we explore this option.
To keep a long story short. DIY carpet cleaning is a bad idea. The machines are ok, they are average, but the problems come with the lack of experience from the user. It’s too easy to damage your carpet and cause hundreds if not thousands in damages.
The reality is that after 20 or so years in the carpet cleaning business we have seen our fair share of damaged carpets through botched DIY jobs. We have seen it all, from a carpet that has been ripped apart, to the wrong cleaning chemicals used that have caused horrible discoloration.
So the goal here today is really to save you’re a headache that you could cause going the DIY route hiring a cleaning machine from the store. You don’t even have to call us about our services. Heck, why not call us. Get a quote and then shop around. We really don’t care. What we are trying to do here today is save you from being another victim of a carpet cleaning DIY disaster. That’s it!
Each type of carpet needs to be cleaned in a different manner. A one-stop shop does not work for carpets. Just like you wouldn’t go to a local doctor who sees you for 10 minutes and expect him to fix a serious issue on the spot. He would refer you to the right specialized doctor.
We have actually had several jobs over the years that have been second bookings for our customers. The first is generally one that never took place as it was just a random person showing up at their house or place of business with a rug doctor claiming to be an expert running a carpet cleaning company.
The best way to look at it is like this. There are no DIY machines that cover all possible situations and if you do something wrong it’s going to cost you. Your insurance company will investigate and likely won’t even payout damages.
Call us on (289) 312-0067 to get a quote today!