Carpet Cleaner | Episode 541 | Complete Carpet
Carpet Cleaner | Episode 541 | Complete Carpet
Speaker 1: (00:01)
Welcome to the coffee DM podcast. I’m your host, Nathan Sabrina’s. Today we’re going to continue our talk on if you were paid more, would you do a better job carpet cleaning in Tulsa since 1998 we are complete carpets and give us a call today at (918) 494-7093 and our last podcast we’re talking about the start of a complete department originally was called carpet care installation because we cared for your carpet and we installed your carpet that we cared for. We got the contract for the Tulsa housing authority and we started servicing that contract and in doing that I said that is an important thing. That has always been our motto since the beginning. I just can’t do something kind of, Hey, if I’m going to do it I, there’s a lot of projects I’ve never started. There’s a lot of products that are left undone because I know how much time it will take me to do it right. Tulsa’s highest and most reviewed Carpet Cleaner.
Speaker 1: (00:54)
I’d much rather wait to do something and do it right then to halfway get it done and to have it just way on the back of your mind all the time knowing that it was purely done. It wasn’t done up to the proper way. Good that someone needs to write this down. This is, this is a great way of approaching your life and the thoughts that you have is that the shortcut is always the longest way to do something. Now, sometimes you do need to take shortcuts because we’ve got to try to get something just work right this moment and we’ll fix it fully later, but you have to know that in shortcut you do is saying, I did not fix it fully. I’m going to again work on this, on doubling the effort. I did it once. Now do it again later to actually fully fix it and you say that that’s not true. Carpet Cleaner since 1998.
Speaker 1: (01:36)
Sometimes the shortcut does get it taken care of quicker. Nope. If it was the proper way to do it, we wouldn’t call it a shortcut. They can’t be called a shortcut. And unless you’re cutting out something to make it shorter, it’s heading out in this necessary step. Otherwise it’s just the right way to fix it. If it’s the right way to fix it, then it’s not a shortcut. It is the proper way to do it. So the only way to think that ever be a shortcut is that you’re, you’re removing something. Some part of it, if I’ve got to drive down to the corner and take up right, and then drive down to the next corner, but I cut through the field instead, I took a shortcut. But now my car is going to be covered in dirt. I am going to have ruts in the field and my tires avail caked in mud. Tulsa’s highest and most reviewed Carpet Cleaner.
Speaker 1: (02:14)
I will get there. But guess what? I now need to do wash my car. Sure I didn’t have to drive as long as I did, but now at guaranteed, I’m gonna spend probably more time than it took me to drive across the field in washing my car because it’s now covered in mud. So I took the shortcut, but there was a price to be paid. The reason it’s not the normal way is because they didn’t put a road through that field to give you a date. They did put a road, they put a road down this side of the field, you take a right and go down that side of the field, you end up at your destination. So sometimes we want to take the path that was not the be the normal way. And in doing that we create a second problem. We create new problems or something. Carpet Cleaner since 1998.
Speaker 1: (02:52)
We did solve the first problem. We just delayed our time to where we fully do solve it. And so finding the, in life you have to stop and say, yeah, I’m a willing to do this twice or is it better for me to take the time now and do it once? And so we try to always just do it once, because I tell all of our employees is one of our mottos here at the carpet is that we want to get out there, get it taken care of and not come back to your house. We don’t want you to call us back again. We do when you have a do problem, but we don’t want you to come out there and just keep visiting you. We want to have the problem taken care of the first time that we’re there because to clean a whole other room might take an additional 10 minutes if we’re there, let’s just say we did a roommate, just not happy with the way it looks. Tulsa’s highest and most reviewed Carpet Cleaner.
Speaker 1: (03:33)
Let’s just clean the room again and see if we can make it look better because that will take an additional 10 minutes, maybe 15 minutes at the most. But for us to just come back to a house and you set up our hoses, we’ll take a minimum of 30 minutes. So do I spend 10 minutes right now and touch something up or do I spend 30 minutes just returning to the property and getting the band set back up again so I could even try to touch something up perfectly in Tulsa since 1998 we are [inaudible]. So how does this apply to starting a green carpet? Well, we started doing installation and I got a lot of practice in very in a place that the people didn’t care. So I had to find a way that I gave care cause uh, uh, government housing is not in and of itself a bad thing, but because it is a government system and it does have a lot of bureaucracy, it’s got really low expectations with high leeway. Carpet Cleaner since 1998.
Speaker 1: (04:26)
And so I had, I came in under budget every year. Uh, that was just one of those things. I just, I’m competitive in nature and I didn’t, I’m not the type of person to go over. I’d much rather do a ton of little things and get paid a lot for all of the different things I did. They tried to gouge somebody at one thing and then bank everything into one big thing. When I’m trying to gouge somebody out, I’d much rather be the guy who’s a good old boy who ends up at the end of his life and everyone is just always doing them favors because they’ve always done others favors they to be the guy that’s a skin Flint. And at the end of their life, everybody is overcharging them and won’t give them a good deal because they have treated everybody wrong their whole lives. Tulsa’s highest and most reviewed Carpet Cleaner.
Speaker 1: (05:04)
A carpet cleaner. Tulsa since 1998 we are a complete carpet. And so in those first years, the first two or three years I got really good at installing carpet. Uh, just a real exceptional level. I started installing for um, doing independent stuff because I good sharp, nice looking, uh, carpet cleaner or carpet installer who actually had jeans that were not ripped and torn, who didn’t have hair down to his waist and didn’t walk in with the smell of alcohol because he had gone out partying the night before was just this rare occurrence. And so I was able to get a lot of good work that way. And by becoming a master of my craft, I was able to get a lot of jobs where people started looking to me as the expert. Here it is. I a 19 and 20 year old boy is being called in on projects to oversee because everyone looked at the impeccable quality that we did. Carpet Cleaner since 1998.
Speaker 1: (05:57)
I just assumed the quality bus come from a mastery. Now I had mastery because I had grown up in the industry and I had been around it my whole life, but I also just had an internal drive that said, if I got paid more, I would not do a better job because I already did my best job. You couldn’t pay me to do better work. And then also I knew that the shortcut was always the longest way to do it. You’ve got to combine those two concepts together so you get an unstoppable force of quality, an unstoppable force of life that everyone around you says I’m going to, you know, it pays dividends in ways you just can never imagine. But we will continue this on the next podcast. Carpet cleaning, Tulsa us 1998 we are complete carpet checks out of line today. A complete carpet. tulsa.com.