Disadvantages of DIY Cleaning

6-28-16.jpgIn a world filled with online help manuals and a quick access to online forums, do-it-yourself projects have become much more common.  They’re attractive, an easy way to save money, and provide a sense of accomplishment when the job is done.  However, there are somethings that are better left to the professionals, like carpet cleaning.

Carpets are delicate materials that can become easily ruined if improperly cared for, or improperly cleaned.  For example, an overuse of chemicals or cleaning solvents can leave a nasty stain in your carpet that will take a whole lot of effort to come out.  This can pose as an tangible outcome for the inexperience carpet cleaner.

Not only that, but those who are not very experienced with carpet cleaning can actually prolong the time in which it takes to clean their carpet.  Even with the best machine out there, if someone doesn’t know how to properly use it, it serves as no use to them.

In addition, giving a carpet a deep clean without the help of a professional can run you more money than it would be just to hire a company.  Sure, the rental price of the carpet cleaner may be cheaper than what the company would charge, but the cost of the detergent, chemicals, add-ons, accessories, and even the damage deposit on the cleaner can accumulate to much more than the original cost of a professional clean.

Opting to go with a carpet cleaning company as opposed to a do-it-yourself gig will not only save you money, but it will result in a fresh, clean carpet that can be guaranteed every time.  Cleaners, like those at Bayside Carpet Cleaning, have been certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration, which means that they know the ins and outs of a deep carpet clean, ensuring a perfect clean any time of year.

Don’t leave the fate of your carpet up to an online guide or some commenter in a forum, call in the professionals and have it done right!  To schedule your free in-home estimate, give us a call today!

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