We all know the saying "if you buy cheaply, you pay dearly" and we all drown out the voice of reason when it comes to real actions. It turns out, in theory, we're waiting for the best, but in practice, we are guided by the principle of instant profit.
The benefits of a high-quality cleaning contrast with ones of an immediate profit, as our brain perceives dollars saved as the proceeds.
The desire to skimp on is not shameful. But one thing is getting good's on Black Friday and a different one is picking a less trustable service to save more. But are we really saving in that case? If you'd like to know more, check the air pollution situation in the US and the indoor air quality reality in NYC and NJ.
You don't skimp on medical services, favoring price over quality and not on child's nutrition, so why do you skimp on your lungs? Just because others can't see them? Your lungs are your life motors.