Want Expert Carpet Cleaning? Do Your Research! Here’s Why:
Sometimes we rush into things, not knowing the consequences of acting too hastily! This is especially true when we’re choosing professional services to help improve our homes, such as with expert carpet cleaning. Case in point: there was a story recently about a family who hired a carpet cleaning company to take care of several rooms in their home, but they ended up having to deal with more than they had bargained for.
According to the article, the family was at first happy with the work that was done. The company they worked with was quick, and things seemed clean. However, after a few days, they started noticing a mold smell. Upon further inspection, the family realized that their carpet was still wet, and was quickly deteriorating in health! They tried to contact the people they worked with, but to no avail. The company would hang up the call or avoid dealing with the issue they had caused.
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In order to save their carpet, the family in this story ended up hiring another carpet cleaning company, one with much more experience and a track record of being reliable. They quickly got to work, setting up high speed dryers and applying a mold odor remover.
The story of this family goes to show that blindly choosing the first “professional” company you find may not always be the best idea! You want to make sure the company you’re hiring is insured, has been around long enough to prove their expertise, and has a presence on sites like Angie’s List.
Here in St. Louis, E&B Carpet Cleaning is proud to be listed as an A+ certified business by the BBB, as well as having a presence on Angie’s List. We’ve been honing our craft since 1974, and always make sure our work is to your satisfaction. We make our process easy to understand, and transparent: you can see all of the steps we perform when doing an expert carpet cleaning!
So, the next time you need to hire someone, do your research first! Don’t fall into a potentially expensive trap by paying a company that doesn’t know what they’re doing.