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 a long story short. DIY carpet cleaning is a bad idea. The machines are ok, they are average, but the problems come with the lack of experience from the user. It’s too easy to damage your carpet and cause hundreds if not thousands in damages.
When it comes down to it we have seen it all. Carpets really need a professional to clean them. There are too many things that go wrong. You just need to weight up the two:
Professionals: Years of experience and countless methods that are used based on the carpet type and stains being dealt with.
DIY Machine: A carpet cleaning machine that tries to fit everything into one machine that is rented very cheaply that promises to fix everything?
Do you see our point of view now? And how silly it actually is to think that a single machine can match or beat professional services.
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.
Carpet is very particular and cleaning it needs care and attention. One stop shopping is asking for problems. It’s really no different to going to a random restaurant and demanding a pizza when they only do Greek food for example. You can’t get another type of food just because they sell food.
To take this further could you imagine if a random person showed up at your house in an unmarked car and a rug doctor after you booked in a professional carpet cleaning service? This is what a customer of ours told us happened. Obviously, they rejected him and didn’t let him clean their carpets. And for good reason after you know what you know since you’ve read this page now.
The best way to look at it is like this. There are no DIY machines that cover all possible situations and if you do something wrong it’s going to cost you. Your insurance company will investigate and likely won’t even payout damages.
Call us today on (631) 212-0900 to discuss your options and get your service booked in.