In the 1990s, the first carpets were sold in the US, with carpet cleaner machines the result of a patent dispute.

They were meant to be cheap and easy to use.

But in the early 2000s, there were complaints about carpet cleaners being too expensive.

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission sued several companies, including Bosch, claiming that carpet cleaners were not properly regulated and that the products could kill carpets.

In 2004, a judge ruled in favour of Bosch and the companies.

The company had been granted a monopoly, with no competition, and therefore the US government could no longer regulate it.

“The government has no business regulating the cost of the carpet cleaning machines,” the judge said.

“You cannot have the same thing that is currently going on in this country.”

In 2009, the US Supreme Court ruled that the patent was invalid.

In the following years, more than 1,500 lawsuits were filed against carpet cleaning companies, with the companies paying $5 million to settle the lawsuits.

The suits had a domino effect, with lawsuits and settlements increasing over time.

The first carpet cleaner was produced in 2010, and it was a success.

It worked by spraying chemicals on the carpet, which was then dried and cleaned by hand.

The companies have since been granted monopolies by the US and European Union.

“They have been able to put this stuff on every single surface and then spray it,” said Sarah Farr, the executive director of the American Institute of Certified Cleaners.

“It’s really a nightmare to clean a house.”

However, carpet cleaners aren’t the only ones being accused of killing carpets, or of being an expensive waste of taxpayers’ money.

According to a 2013 report from the National Association of Home Builders, carpet cleaning costs consumers an average of $15,000 per carpet.

It’s the same number of dollars it costs to get carpet cut.

That’s because carpet cleaning is considered a relatively expensive service by home builders, and they’re not required to disclose the cost to consumers.

The cost of cleaning carpets varies greatly depending on the type of carpet, how much it’s supposed to cost and the condition of the house.

“Carpet cleaning isn’t just for people who live in fancy houses, and people who don’t live in high-end houses,” said Farr.

“A lot of the time, it is just an extension of the homeowner’s maintenance.”

In fact, a study from the University of Illinois found that carpets that were professionally cleaned are cheaper to maintain than those that were not, and the average cost to maintain a carpet cleaner is $5,000.

“People are getting away with things,” said Paul Revere, a retired carpentry expert who works with the Home Builder’s Association of America.

“If you don’t know that, you’re not going to be held accountable.”

“I’m an expert in carpentry,” said Revere.

“I’ve spent years looking at carpeting.”

So, what do you do if you want to have a cleaner for your home?

Revere said he prefers carpet cleaning to be done by an independent contractor.

He recommends cleaning with a cleaning brush and a soft brush, because carpet cleaners can be more difficult to clean.

He also recommends that people take their carpets to a carpet cleaning service, like the Cleaning Club, to be tested for chemicals and other contaminants.

He said the companies are more cost effective, because they can make a profit from a cleaner, rather than paying a contractor to clean their carpages.

He suggested that people also consider renting a carpeting company.

“When you buy a home, you don