Turn Back The Hands Of Time By Cleaning The Ouside Of Your Commercial Buildings

Older-looking businesses that look dirty and faded on the outside don't tend to get a lot of first time business because there's an assumption that it will be drab on the inside. You could've just spent thousands on having the interior renovated but it won't matter. Like attracting bees with vibrant flowers, customers must be stimulated and intrigued if they are going to take their chances on a business that they have never gone to before. Read More 

Tips For Maintaining The Carpet In Your Office Building

The carpet in your office building needs to be cleaned, just like your carpet at home. The difference is that a commercial carpet gets much more foot traffic, so it needs to be cleaned more often to prolong its life and keep it from looking dirty. Establishing a schedule with a commercial carpet cleaner is a good idea so your carpets stay fresh and your office is appealing to clients and staff. Read More 

Working On A Major Remodel? Make Plans For Carpet Cleaning Afterward

Whether you are taking on the huge responsibility of remodeling by yourself or you have hired professionals from various trades to help with planning and labor, it is inevitable for your home to get dirty. It is possible to minimize how much wear and tear happens with proper planning, such as putting up plastic sheets at the doorways to block construction dust from spreading to other parts of the house. Putting drop cloths will also reduce how much dirt and grime your carpet picks up, but you should expect it to be quite dirty after you have spent several weeks or months on a substantial remodel. Read More 

How To Avoid Mold In Your Carpet

You might already know some of the dangers of having mold in the home. While toxic mold is an immediate health concern, even non-toxic forms of mold can cause respiratory illnesses and exacerbate asthma. In addition, the damp smell of mold and mildew is unpleasant and will make your home feel and smell less than welcoming. If you have wall-to-wall carpet or area rugs, you might be surprised to learn that they can harbor mold. Read More 

3 Step Guide To Getting Motor Oil Out Of Your Carpet

If you or someone in your household unknowingly stepped in a puddle motor oil and tracked it into your house, you may wonder what you can do to get the oil out of your carpet while the stain is still fresh. If so, use the following three-step guide for getting motor oil out of your home's carpet. Step 1:  Blot The Oil With A Dry White Cotton Cloth Before you try to clean the motor oil out of your carpet, the first step is to remove as much of it as possible before it soaks deeper into your carpet's fibers. Read More