There are many coupons that come via direct mail offering ridiculously low prices for carpet cleaning. Many folks may look at the coupon and say, “Wow that is a price I can afford!” The price they pay however is not what is listed on the coupon. At Quality Carpet Care, we do not attempt to match most of these coupons, because we recognize that these cleaners have no intention of cleaning for that little revenue. Once they get in your house, the workers will explain how your particular carpet, house or stains do not qualify for the deal on the coupon.
Also you may be told that the coupon price is the bare minimum cleaning and does not include any detergent, pre-spotting, stain removal or power scrubbing. When the total is presented, it is usually many dollars higher than the coupon price. People may feel intimidated or pressured to pay whatever they are being asked. After all, they took time off work, moved the furniture and the workers are standing in their home. Also they may have already started bringing equipment and hoses in the house
Another thing to be cautious of is cleaners who offer clean, cleaner and cleanest packages. These cleaners are basically saying that unless they get paid what they want, they are not going to give their best effort.
So before you are lured in by these amazing deals, ask what is included. Ask if they will provide a certificate of insurance, do they off a guarantee? Also ask if they have references. Online sites like Angie’s List, or Home Advisor can provide honest reviews of a carpet cleaner’s past performance. Don’t rely on price as your primary basis for hiring a carpet cleaning company.