Carpet Cleaner Conundrums

6-9-16.jpgChoosing the right carpet cleaning professional can prove to be quite the hassle.  With so many offers and specials available at for different cleaners, how do you know that you are getting the best deal?  To help solve this riddle, we would like to share with you some common mistakes when choosing a carpet cleaning professional, so that you will better be able to pick the professional right for your home.

As the golden rule goes, you get for what you pay for.  Just because someone is advertising as cheap does not mean that you are getting the best deal possible.  Often, when a carpet cleaning professional markets at an ostentatiously low price, it could mean that he is not really fit for the job.  The low price could be just for a single-layer cleaning, which will not get out all of the dirt your carpet could be hiding.  Not only that, but low price could mean that he is using old and outdated equipment, which will not effectively clean your carpet.

Another common mistake is hiring a carpet cleaner who is not certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC).  An IICRC certified cleaner has undergone multiple classes, hands-on training, and examination to prove that he is a cleaner worth his salt.  When you hire an IICRC professional, you know you are dealing with some of the best.

Common mistakes like these can lure prospective clients into dealing with a professional who will not give your carpet the proper cleaning it deserves.  At Bayside Carpet Cleaning, we pride ourselves in servicing our customers to the full extent, as to guarantee their satisfaction with their newly restored carpet.

To schedule your free in-home estimation, give us a call today!  In no time, you will see your carpet shine again like it used to!

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