You Probably get lots of coupons in the mail that offer carpet cleaning way cheaper than established companies like Sears or Stanley Steamers. Do you think they are all legitimate? Certainly No!
Here I am sharing my insights to find the discount offering company is reliable or not:-
If the price seems too good to be true, then it probably is. My advice would be to do as much research as you possibly can. Customer reviews are always important, but something I would do is call around and ask different companies about their cleaning processes.
The most effective method of carpet cleaning is hot water extraction. If someone tells you that they “steam clean,” don’t go with them. They don’t know what they are doing/don’t know what they’re talking about. “Steam cleaning” is a common misnomer for the carpet cleaning process. Cleaning carpets is not done with steam. It’s done with hot water extraction.
If you ask some companies what they’re process for cleaning is, a company that knows what they’re doing will say that they vacuum, spray down a pre conditioning solution (which dissolves soils), agitate the carpet, allow for dwell time, rinse/extract with hot water, apply protective coating, groom the nap, and use air movers (fans) to facilitate drying.
The lower quality and cheaper companies will skip one or more of these steps. People will commonly skip agitation, dwell time, grooming, and use of air movers. This leads to less efficient removal of soil and longer dry times. So go with a company that’s been around for a long time, but I would stay away from places like Stanley steemer or zerores.
Check Advanced Surface Solutions LLC company websites, and call them and ask to explain their process. Keep in mind the process steps that I described and make a choice.