5 Best Carpet Cleaner Characteristics
June 5, 2013
We are truly the best carpet cleaner is all of Fresno and Clovis California. But don’t just take our word for it. Below are some simple steps to follow when choosing a quality carpet cleaner. We are so confident in our abilities to give you the best clean available that we encourage you to look around and compare our services to others. Aaron’s high quality equipment and rigorous training process for his technicians, combined with his six years of carpet cleaning experience, make his company the best at what they do.
Here are some guidelines to follow to help you choose a high quality carpet cleaner in your area:
A true sign of whether a company is worthwhile often lies in its reviews. Service users are now internet-savvy and not afraid to voice their opinions. On top of that, it is much more difficult to get someone to review a company they like, than one that has done a poor job for them. So lots of good reviews are usually an excellent way to judge a company’s stability and overall performance. Check out their website and see what you find.
Not all carpet cleaning is the same. When beginning his business, Aaron researched all the cleaning options available and found that steam cleaning had the best reputation for giving a quality clean. On top of that, a cleaning wand, and portable backpack system, just can’t clean carpets as thoroughly as a Rotary Extractor hooked up to a truck mounted system. So ask your potential carpet cleaner about the equipment he uses and where the power source exists.
One of the main downfalls in the carpet cleaning industry is the use of detergents in carpets. Once detergent is applied to a carpet, it is very difficult to insure that it will all come out with the rinse. Any detergent left behind will actually attract dirt and grime, causing your carpets to re-soil more quickly. It’s a great boon for a greedy carpet cleaner, but not really in your best interest. So be sure to ask about the products used on your carpet, especially that detergent.
Carpet cleaners sometimes get a poor reputation for changing the price they’ve quoted once they get to your house. Whether your cleaner quotes you over the phone, or comes out to measure, that price should not change. Bait and switch tactics are all too common in today’s marketplace and everyone needs to be on their guard against them. If the price sounds too good to be true, then sorry, it probably is.
Finally, a legitimate company will guarantee its work. If you are not satisfied with what you see, then the company should be required to return and fix the issue. Ask them up front if they will stand behind their clean and listen closely to their answer. Guaranteeing one’s work should be standard operating procedure, not above and beyond the call of duty.
I hope these suggestions are helpful as you traverse the world of carpet cleaning. So many variables and options can make it appear difficult, but broken down; it really isn’t too tricky to choose the best cleaning for your carpet.
Julie Rosenfeld serves as an Administrative Assistant for Aaron’s Quality Cleaners, a carpet-cleaning company that services the Fresno and Clovis (CA) areas. She is the author of “Julie’s Corner” and provides information and perspective on topics related to the carpet-cleaning industry.
Aaron’s Quality Cleaners performs carpet cleaning, tile cleaning, aggregate cleaning and upholstery cleaning in Fresno, Clovis, Madera and Sanger