One of the biggest complaints about carpet cleaning in New York City is that people who want to live in the city are still paying $1,000 to $1 and $5,000 for each foot of carpet that needs to be cleaned.
But that price tag could go up if city officials consider a measure that would give landlords a tax break if they pay for carpet cleaning.
In a resolution filed last week, the city council voted 3-2 to give landlords $500 in refundable tax credits to cover costs associated with carpet cleaning, a move that will apply to both city-owned and privately owned properties.
If passed, the tax break could bring New Yorkers back to the idea that if you want to save money on your carpet, it might be worth paying for it.
The tax break would only apply to new carpet-clearing facilities, like those that have been in operation for more than a year.
That means there are a few places where you might be able to save on the price tag.
Here’s how you can get a discount on carpet cleaning at your apartment party.
How to get a refund on your rent in NYC When you rent in New City, you’ll get a rebate if you don’t use up your tax refund on carpet.
The rebate amount is a little less than the $1.25 per foot you’re billed for in rent.
That rebate will only be applied to your current or previous carpet cleaning facility, so it’s not available if you’re renting at your own apartment.
What to do if you need to buy carpet cleaning equipment How to use the rebate program to buy your next carpet cleaning unit, if you rent or share a unit with roommates in New