QC Blast – May 2019

Beware of Bait and Switch Carpet Cleaners!

You know the type – they “bait” you with a low price, then “switch” you to their “dual scrub” or “deep cleaning” system. They proceed to soak your carpet and leave a soapy residue behind.

Good luck getting them back again! <<<<<

Beware of low priced carpet cleaning. If their price is truly low, you should be concerned about their quality. How can you pay technicians a decent wage and have the best products and equipment at the lowest price? You can’t.

Some companies advertise a low price, then charge you more when they get there. Be clear about what is included and what is not. Sometimes the fine print on a coupon will say something like ‘we recommend our dual scrub method for all heavily soiled carpet’. How many carpets are heavily soiled? All of them! Even if you held them to the unbelievably low price, you would get a very poor cleaning.

Here are some questions to ask every carpet cleaning company:

What method do you use? Do you pre-spot urine and other spots? Do you pre-spray the carpet?

Do you pre-groom the carpet? Do you neutralize the carpet? Do you post-groom the carpet?

Is all spot cleaning included in the price? Do you give a free bottle of spot remover?

Do you have recent references?

How long have you been in business? Are you certified by the IICRC? Do you have liability insurance?

A low priced carpet cleaning company simply cannot provide the most advanced, guaranteed cleaning technology at a low, low price. Something has to be cut from their service.

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