The carpet cleaning industry is one of the few industries that is not regulated. The industry also has a very low "barrier to entry" in that anyone can call themselves a "professional" without any basis for that claim.Yet these are people who come into your home and use cleaning chemicals which can be dangerous if you do not have the knowledge of how to use them properly, and more importantly do not have the right equipment (not a rented shampooer) to remove them properly.
Everyone has heard nightmare stories about crimes committed, about overuse or improper use of chemicals, and exposés on Bait-and-Switch companies who use a low coupon offers to get their foot in the door, only to hard sell unsuspecting consumers into a bill they are compelled to pay.When you open the phone book you really cannot tell who the great cleaners are, or the ones you would never EVER want to use.The professional cleaners work hard to distinguish themselves apart from the fly-by-night companies who use unsafe cleaning practices, hard-sell tactics, and sometimes have very unsavory employees. Your carpets and rugs act as a "filter" in your home for your indoor air.Their fibers grab particulates and contaminants and hold them.But like any filter it needs to be cleaned, because when it gets "full" it cannot grab anything else - and every time you step on a "full" filter you release contaminants back into the air. Cleaning your carpet is key to a healthy indoor environment, and the EPAs guidelines for cleaning very from every four months to every eighteen months depending on the number of people and pets in the home, other concerns from allergic sensitivities, how dusty the air is in your neighborhood to whether anyone in the home smokes.A true carpet cleaning professional can evaluate your particular needs, and with the right equipment and cleaning solutions, can fulfill those needs for you and your family. The question now is how to find that right professional and we have the information to help you do just that.
The following is a summary on how to choose the right professional carpet cleaner.It covers some of the common mistakes made by consumers in choosing a carpet cleaner, and also the four steps you can take to help you in choosing a true professional.
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