Beware Of Bait & Switch Carpet Cleaning
Nobody wants to live with dirty carpet. Carpets can hold many indoor air pollutants. They can also hold several pounds of soil and even mold particulate. This can be a health risk. You need to hire a carpet cleaner to come clean your carpets regularly. However, you have to be careful you don’t hire a company that is going to get you caught up in a bait and switch.
Typical bait and switch schemes involve unusually inexpensive carpet cleaners. They may promise to do your rooms for one low price. Hiring carpet cleaners like this may seem like a good idea, but it rarely is. Usually when they get to your home they unleash a list of hidden costs that will cost you more than that original low price quote.
Bait and switch carpet cleaners will claim that the cost didn’t include high traffic areas. Or they may say it didn’t include certain needed chemicals. They may offer one room free and pick the smallest room in the house like a foyer or hallway to cover that free room.
When you go to hire a carpet cleaner you want to ask them plenty of questions. Pay close attention to their answers. Ask them about their specific certifications and licenses. Find out how long they have been in business. Ask for a list of references. Find out if the company screens their employees and what kind of training their employees undergo.
One way to avoid bait and switch is to hire a company that is an all inclusive company like ours. Please feel free to visit our carpet cleaning service page to see our process and what it includes. We don’t charge extra for things like prespraying the carpet, we don’t charge extra for general spotting. The only exception to this is pet stains and odor and we do have a few options for you regarding these types of carpet issues.
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