If you have multiple pets in your home, you might be ready to throw in the towel when it comes to protecting your carpets. If you can follow a few strategic precautions, your carpets will have a better chance of standing up to pet damages and odors in the long run. Here are four tips to help protect your carpets from pet damage. 1. Designate an Entryway for Pets If your dogs and cats are in the habit of roaming in and out of any entrance in your home, carpeted entryways aren't going to stand a chance.
29 October 2015
You probably know the regulations regarding the cleanliness of your restaurant's kitchen hood and other areas where grease might build up. Having your hood cleaned professionally will be helpful, but there are some preventative tips to help in between cleanings. The following are just a few reasons you should keep your hood clean and a few natural cleaners to help keep grease or grime from building up. Keep Your Kitchen Grime-Free
26 October 2015
Caring for your carpet is an important part of home care. Your flooring is one of the biggest parts of your house and if it isn't properly cared for can easily become dingy and look old. Here are some things that you can do to keep your carpets looking nice no matter how old they are. 1. Wear Only Socks In the House Many homes use the no shoes rule. This is a great rule and should be implemented in every home.
23 October 2015
The most obvious reason to shampoo your carpet regularly is to keep it looking clean. However, that's not the only reason to adhere to experts' recommendations to have your carpets shampooed at least once per year. Here's a look at three more reasons to stick to a regular carpet shampooing schedule. It will reduce the wear rate of your carpet. Shampooing your carpet regularly does not just keep it from accumulating stains, it also keeps it from accumulating wear.
22 October 2015
Whether your home has been flooded because there has been too much rain, or you have a broken pipe in your basement that caused severe flooding, you need to get the water removed quickly to avoid significant damage. Before emergency help can arrive to clean up the mess, there are a number of precautions you can take to minimize the damage to your home. Stop the Water at Its Source
20 October 2015
Vacuuming regularly and thoroughly is the best way to keep your carpet clean between professional steam cleaning sessions. Unfortunately, a lot of people make mistakes when vacuuming, and as a result, their carpets are not kept as clean as possible. Avoid these mistakes so your carpet stays clean and pristine. Not changing the bag soon enough. The more full your bag gets, the less suction your vacuum generates and the less effective it becomes at removing dirt from your carpet.
19 October 2015
If you're faced with multiple water damages in your home, you may wonder why the water damage restoration professionals tend to treat some incidents differently than others. For example, recommendations on which belongings can be salvaged can vary from one occasion to the next based on the type of water damage. Here are the three main categories of water that water damage remediation professionals deal with. 1. "White" or clean water Clean water does the least damage because it's relatively free of the contaminants, chemicals, and microbes that damage belongings and cause health risks.
12 October 2015
Keeping on top of all the responsibilities of adult life can be complicated. Now that you are out of college and have your own place, a full time job, and a busy social calendar, it can be easy to let regular cleaning chores fall by the wayside. This is where a professional cleaning service comes to the rescue. If you're hesitant to take the plunge, the following answers to some common questions may help you make your decision.
9 October 2015
Flu season is quickly approaching, and it will have a serious impact on many businesses across the country. When your employees fall ill, it will slow the production of your business, but you can slow the spread. Below, you will find a few tips that will help stop the spread of germs in the office place and keep your business as productive as possible during a difficult time of the year.
9 October 2015
If you're like most homeowners, you probably feel that it's your responsibility to personally clean up any water damage in your home, whether it's from a simple bathtub overflow or a winter storm. But discretion, as the saying goes, is the better part of valor, and you should exercise your discretion when deciding if you ought to clean up the damage yourself or call in a professional crew. Here are three signs that the situation is too severe to reliably handle on your own.
7 October 2015