DIY Carpet cleaning machines vs paying professionals. What is the better route for the budget minded individual? Read more as we explore this option.
We can’t recommend you clean your own carpets and have a good conscious about it. There are too many things that can go wrong by hiring something like a rug doctor. Is a rug doctor a good machine? For the price, yes it is. But it’s the lack of experience that the person using it brings is the issue. We would hate to see you up for thousands in replacement costs for new carpet as something went wrong.
The reality is that after 20 or so years in the carpet cleaning business we have seen our fair share of damaged carpets through botched DIY jobs. We have seen it all, from a carpet that has been ripped apart, to the wrong cleaning chemicals used that have caused horrible discoloration.
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.
Treating your carpet as a one-stop shopping mall is pretty much like, the saying, failing to plan is planning to fail. You wouldn’t go to a pharmacy and demand to see a brain doctor. It’s a wild comparison sure but it’s kind of the same. DIY carpet cleaning vs professional services.
We actually had a customer we recently helped with professional carpet cleaning who told us the last company he hired was literally a guy who showed up in an unmarked car with a rug doctor he rented at the store. They turned him away instantly.
To wrap this up. Take this perspective and answer the following question. Be honest…
Are you a professional with years of experience in cleaning carpets?
Yes: Well, you’d never use a cheap DIY machine and you know it!
No: Then it’s time to hire the professionals.
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