How to Tip the Right Way?
There is a lot of confusion on whether or not you’re supposed to tip carpet cleaners. Some people think that it’s only necessary to tip the individual who cleans your carpets and nothing else, while others believe that they should tip everyone involved in the process including the person who delivers them, moves furniture and more. It’s hard to know what to do when you don’t know what the etiquette is. So we’ve put together this brief guide for those who want to make sure they’re tipping correctly!
The general rule of thumb is that it is optional. So if you’re happy with the job your carpet cleaner did, you might want to consider tipping them. If you’re not as thrilled with the results, or if the job was very challenging, tipping is out of courtesy and not required. If you don’t feel like a tip is necessary then that is okay.
Keep in mind that there may be other people involved in the process of carpet cleaning, such as the person who delivers them or moves your furniture, so it’s important to be aware of the tipping etiquette for all of them. For most people, a 10% tip is appropriate, but you can adjust this amount depending on the quality of service they provide.
Tipping is a great way to show your appreciation for a job well done, and it’s a nice way to say thank you to the people who help make your life a little easier. So use this guide as a reference, and remember that the best way to figure out how much to tip someone is to use your own judgment based on the service you received.