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Are Low Price Carpet Cleaners the Best for Me?
 

Are Low Price Carpet Cleaners the Best for Me?

Misconception #3 – All carpet cleaning companies are basically the same, so I should just go with the lowest price.

Wrong. Sadly, this just isn’t true. Too-good-to-be-true low prices are often the doorway to a bad experience when it comes to carpet cleaning. Besides being a tactic employed by less than ethical, bait and switch companies, low prices are often the sign of under trained technicians and companies using outdated methods and/or equipment.

The truth of the matter is this: despite what you may have seen in the Yellow Pages or the coupon mailers, no one can do a good job, much less make a living, cleaning your carpets for a low price. What many people who have since become loyal customers of mine have found out is that this low price is often just a way to get in your home. Once these companies have gained entrance to your home, you may find that the price they advertised isn’t for a complete and thorough cleaning or, that worse yet, they begin pressuring you into spending more money for extra services that you really don’t want.

Another downside to low prices is that the cleaner may not really know what he is doing and/or using outdated equipment and methods of cleaning. Sometimes it is the sign of someone new to the business, who may or may not have the knowledge needed to provide you with first quality cleaning and service. Low prices are often used by inexperienced cleaners as a way to get their foot in your door.

If, after reading the above, you’re still looking for the lowest price, I would respectfully ask you to not call my company. If you are looking for a good value (a fair price paid for competent, professional work), then please feel free to call me with any questions you may have.


 

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