Last updated: July 11th, 2023

So you’ve got a bit of a pet stain or water leak on the carpet. How hard could it be to clean it yourself? Either you use the material and equipment you already have in your home, or just rent a cleaning machine. Problem solved, right? Wrong. Here are some of the common risks you may find when you take a do-it-yourself approach to carpet cleaning:

Poor Results

Whether you use a home cleaning devices or rent one from a store, neither have the power to reach deep into the fibers of your carpet and clean it right. Anything that plugs directly into your home wall or runs on a weak battery simply doesn’t have the power to really clean your carpet, rug, or upholstery. Nothing is worse than wasting time, money, and elbow grease with DIY cleaning only to realize it didn’t help. We purchase only the highest-grade equipment that has the power to reach deep and get the job done.

Smelly Carpet

If you don’t take care of your wet carpet problem in time, you could end up with a smelly carpet. This can also happen if the equipment you use is not powerful enough to reach deep and soak up the moisture. Contact us immediately to take care of damp carpets right away, and you won’t end up with a funky smell throughout your home.


If you fail to clean your carpet correctly, you could easily end up with mould buildup. Not only is mould unpleasant, but it can harm your health. Don’t put your family at risk, contact a professional carpet cleaning service today.

Delaminated Carpets

Delamination is when carpets separate from their secondary backing. This is often caused by excess moisture beneath the carpet. When your carpets are cleaned professionally, they will not experience delamination. Not only will they look nicer, but they’ll last longer too.


Excessive moisture can also cause your carpets to shrink and pull away from the wall. Once again, this happens because the carpet was not properly cleaned and dried in the first place. When you choose professional carpet cleaning services, we act quickly to dry your carpet and protect it against further damage.

DIY carpet cleaning may sound like a good idea to save money, but it can end up costing you way more in the end when you need to hire professionals to undo the damage.