Your Carpet Is Crying out For You to Call Me Immediately!
FACT 2: While you are down there, how do the traffic lanes feel? Oily residues from the street and air are drying to the carpet. Slightly sticky, they grab dirt and lock it on. Through a process called ‘oxidation’ soils bond with the carpet, causing color change, and becoming permanently attached. If you wait too long, you are throwing away the key to unlocking dirt and oil from traffic lanes. Clean before traffic-lanes show up! The longer you wait between cleaning the more soil becomes permanent.
FACT 3: Is the air starting to smell stale? Great News!
Pollutants in the air filter through your carpet. The carpet traps them so you don’t breath them over and over. But what happens when that trap gets full? Your family starts breathing dust mite debris, pollens, pollutants, fungus, spores, bacteria and a long list of other really gross stuff. Once your carpets natural filtering ability gets full, it is time for a thorough cleaning for your health’s sake. Clean every six months and you will breathe easier.
The fact is, clean your carpets frequently, when traffic lanes first start to appear, and they will last longer, look better, and protect your family’s health. But don’t just call any company…
Your Carpet Yarns Yearn for the Best:
It is amazing how hard it can be to make the right carpet cleaning decisions. I had to learn just like you, but I get experience every day,
so here are some pointers I have learned from 20 years of experience:
1. Trying to do it yourself is a waste of money and time.
Sure, you can rent a machine or buy one, but how much of those contaminants do you think it will really get out?
If it worked one-tenth as good as my $14,000.00 state of the art system, I would never have spent that money. At the same time, if you have to call in sick at work because you are sore from fighting with a carpet that is still wet long after you get better, you stand to lose more money than you could allegedly save.
2. The “Which method is better?” trap is a game some carpet cleaners play to lure you into paying for a gimmick.
Consider this: If I had just invented the world’s best cleaning machine, I wouldn’t sell it to only one cleaner in each city, I would sell it to every carpet cleaner in the world. That way I would make the most money, and do the most good. So, when someone tells me they have an “exclusive” method, I become suspicious, because I feel that if the method were so good that everybody would want it, it would be marketed to everybody. If nobody else has an >exclusive ‘cleaning method, it is probably because nobody else wants it.
3. Choosing a company solely by price does not work. Companies price in so many ways, it is hard to compare. The truth is, when we invest wisely, we get what we pay for. Call the cheapest company you can find, and I’ll wager you get a big sales pitch with a little bit of cleaning. It only makes sense that the cheapest company has to cut costs by using cheap cleaning agents, cheap cleaning equipment, and cheap personnel spending as little time as possible cleaning your carpet. Is that really going to solve all the problems I have mentioned? Of course not.