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By: Steve H.
Burgess Carpet Cleaning
Javier showed up as promised and even gave a courtesy call to verify appointment. What we wanted was the special you had advertised on the flyer for "$135.00+ tax for an ENTIRE TWO STORY DEEP CLEAN and Deordorize INCLUDES STAIRS". What we got when he arrived was a price increase to $245.00 for deep carpet cleaning and this was not for the ENTIRE House! I had an office area above my master bedroom and told him that it didn't need to be cleaned. When he looked at te rest of the areas, he quoted me a price of $245.00. I aske him what would the price be for the Office above my master bedroom and he told me he could and will do it for another $20.00 and won't charge me tax if I did do the office. So this brought my total up to $265.00 with tax included (or not included since he wasn't gonna charge me tax, which ever you decide to look at it). When my girlfriend called to set up an appointment, she was told they accept cash, or check. Javier told me that if I paid cash, it would be $265.00, but if I paid with a check then he would have to charge me tax. What kind of business is that??? I didn't have the cash on me, naturally. Typically Check, credit card and limited cash is what most people carry now a days. So I had to go to the bank to get the cash out. This business is not what it seems to be and I will be spreading the word around my neighborhood how burgess carpet cleaning handles their business. I will also be advertising on the internet how this business really conducts their business, along with the BBB, and my everyone that I can and will speak to. It's pretty sad how you advertise one thing, but charge something completely different even using your customers resources, i.e. Water, electricity which you left everything on. I was pretty upset and almost ready to kick him out of my house! I know why they prefer cash over a check, so it's all money "UNDER THE TABLE" and don't have to count it as income especially since tomorrow is Memorial Day. Need the cash to go shopping, or to do things. If I would've looked into this web site, I wouldn't have used your service! ***HINT*** Your business is advertised in Arlington, TX. WE ARE IN CST Not PST!! If you couldn't get that right, then it should've warned me as to the type of business you conduct. PST = Pacific Standard Time (west coast) CST = Central Standard Time (mid west states, Texas)
By: Martin G.
Rainbow International
So freaking awesome...I love these guys and can't wait until my next burst pipe!!!
By: tony.santana.904
Quick And Clean Floor Care
Great Company to work with completely happy with my rugs. Recommend to Anyone
By: johnn1972
TC Painting
TC Painting did a fantastic job! Will definetely call them again...
By: jdh3588
Tex Pro Painters
Very professional work with competitive prices.
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