Disadvantages of DIY

boston-terrier-rides-200x200In the digitally-connected world, where DIY guides are only a few clicks away, you may be tempted to give your carpet a professional-esque cleaning without the “hassle” of calling in the actual professionals. While this idea may seem lucrative to the household ambitious handyman, you may actually do more harm to your carpet than good.

One of the biggest components to a deep-carpet clean is the chemicals that is put into the cleaning solution, and how that solution is applied to the carpet. Adding in too much chemicals into your solution can cause anything from irreversible damage your carpet, to not providing enough “umph” to clean it thoroughly. The right balance is needed, and by mixing the chemicals yourself, it may be more difficult than you imagine.

Not only that, but the method in which the carpet is cleaned can differ from the professionals to the DIY-er. The average DIY-er will most likely go and rent out a “Rug-Doctor” or another commercial cleaning device, and then try to clean. More often than not, these machines have been heavily used and not properly maintained, which can put your carpet at adverse risk. On the other hand, the machinery that is used by the professionals is maintained and tuned for optimal performance, which will give your flooring the deep clean it deserves.

Having your carpet professionally cleaned may seem like an investment in itself, but with Bayside Carpet Cleaning’s money-back guarantee, you have absolutely nothing to worry about. If you don’t like it, or if you think you can do a better job, just let us know, and we’ll gladly refund your money. However, for those looking for the best clean that their carpet has ever had, calling Bayside Carpet Cleaning is the best thing you can do.

Give us a call today for a free in-home estimate!

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