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 it short don’t hire a store carpet cleaner. Do they do a good job? The answer is the job is ok.
If you are looking for end of tenancy carpet cleaning then you can’t use them as your agent or landlord will need payment proof from a professional firm who did the cleaning.
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.
The purpose of this page we have put up is quite simple. To save you from disaster. If you want to call us for a quote as you fell we have helped you today. Well, friend, that’s up to you. No pressure. But hopefully, you now know that DIY jobs can turn very disastrous and you don’t go down that track.
Treating your carpet as a one-stop shopping mall is pretty much like, the saying, failing to plan is planning to fail. You wouldn’t go to a pharmacy and demand to see a brain doctor. It’s a wild comparison sure but it’s kind of the same. DIY carpet cleaning vs professional services.
On occasion, we actually get bookings from people who explain to us that they booked in a carpet cleaning professional and it ended up being a guy who just hired a rug doctor trying to act as if he was a professional. Just so he could make a quick buck. Obviously, no one ever lets that person into their property.
So if you don’t know what you are doing you can cause big problems for yourself. So, a good question to ask yourself self is the following:
Are you a trained expert in the field of cleaning carpets? If you aren’t, you should call a professional instead.
Why not give us a call today on (289) 312-0067 and speak to one of our friendly staff right now to get your service booked in?