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What distinguishes one carpet cleaning company

from another?

 

 

At Ultra Carpet Care we believe not using gimmicks, tricks, and dishonesty to get business, but instead providing excellent service you can depend on again and again. 

 

 

RIP-OFF #1: UNBELIEVABLY LOW PRICE.

To some degree all of us are attracted by low prices because we want to work within a budget. But some carpet cleaners use price as the bait for their false and misleading advertising. They offer a cheap price-usually between $9.95 and $13.95 per room and then once they're in your home they pressure you into buying "add-ons."  It's as if you were buying a car and found that the dealer was charging you extra for the tires and steering wheel. Carpet cleaning is not as cheap as some unethical carpet cleaners would like you to believe.
 

 

RIP-OFF #2: BAIT AND SWITCH.

Dual process carpet cleaning describes the process of shampooing or heavy pre-conditioning followed by extraction cleaning. Unfortunately, unethical carpet cleaners often use dual process as a bait and switch technique. Here's how it's done: First they "bait" you with a basic cleaning (single process) at an unbelievably low price. Then try to "switch" you to more expensive dual-process cleaning. If you don't fall for their switch and choose their basic service you'll likely receive poor workmanship using little or no chemical with no guarantee of their work. (There have been several investigative programs on TV about these types of business practices by reporters such as Peter Jennings.)
 

 

RIP-OFF #3: UNSUPPORTED CLAIMS. 

"OUR CLEANING METHOD IS THE BEST." You’ll read this in almost every ad. You’ll hear this from virtually every carpet cleaner. The best method is the one that carpet manufactures recommend and has science to back it up, that is Steam Cleaning. Although it must be done right by someone who is trained in this process to achieve the benefits.

 

RIP-OFF #4: OUTDATED BELIEFS.

"HOT WATER DAMAGES YOUR CARPET." Years ago, many people believed this was true because their carpets were damaged by "technicians" who didn't know how to properly clean using hot water. But today we know it's false. By washing and then rinsing your carpet with hot water your carpet is thoroughly cleaned in the same way that the person who showers and then rinses off the dirt and the soap will be much cleaner than the person who takes only a sponge bath.