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02-11-2020 05:28 AM
eva1984 Hey,

Unlike DIY, quality carpet cleaning services involve heavy-duty tools like steam cleaning machines. Nowadays many professional carpet cleaners are either portable or large units mounted to their truck. However, there are certain norms you should be aware of like making sure you get a solid quote prior starting of the work.
02-10-2020 04:33 PM
Beckon Call One of the best reasons for hiring a professional is time savings. We only have so much time and if we can leverage our money to allow us to spend that time doing what we enjoy instead of cleaning gutters, pressure washing, window cleaning, etc...the better.
02-09-2020 09:40 PM
Cleanupcrew We give the wow factor using a mix of softwash , for painted surfaces, and high pressure, including long lasting mould treatment for hard surfaces.
We have spent a lot of time and money to produce this result as opposed to the home owner using a cheap pressure cleaner to do areas that it is not the best treatment for.
We always have happy customers as they don't have to do anything and the results speak for themselves.
02-09-2020 12:25 PM
powerwashboss The benefits of using a professional company to power wash a homes exterior include this as well.

Insured
Professional Results
Home owners save their time and don't risk being injured
Add those to your list as well
02-09-2020 12:24 PM
powerwashboss Home owners will shoot 2500-4000 psi directly on the siding and ruin it. So will companies that don't have insurance or proper equipment / techniques. Not to mention the lack of workmans comp
02-03-2020 01:41 PM
Steamworks Its funny, I posted a blog two weeks ago with almost the same title but for gutter cleaning. I believe people who are going to do it themselves will do just that. Once they make a mistake and damage their property or themselves they will give you a call. Can't tell you how many times I have been asked to fix striped concrete because a homeowner put a zero tip on a pressure washer and tried to clean themselves.
12-09-2019 10:07 PM
ultracleantile professionals wont damage the surface. It will take a professional a fraction of the time it will a homeowner for the same amount of work.
06-27-2018 08:54 AM
ColemanA Great points. Thanks for the replies. We have to educate our customers on why picking a professional is a clear choice.
06-24-2018 06:06 PM
Cleanupcrew Professionals know the best way to do it without damage.
It will stay cleaner longer.
Saves your time.
We supply everything needed.
06-22-2018 03:06 PM
topnotch Homeowner needs to buy, borrow, or rent a pressure washer. Then they need to spend the hours doing it. Quality is totally up to the person doing the work

Aaron
Top Notch Windows
06-21-2018 05:33 PM
ColemanA
professional cleaning vs homeowner DIY

Howdy,

What do you think are the biggest difference between professional cleaning and cleaning done by homeowners? I have been blogging on the subject and would love your input.

My most recent post, professional driveway cleaning list some of them. They include:
  • time
  • money
  • results
  • insurence

What do you think are the benefits?

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