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Why Air Duct Cleaning?

Did you know we offer air duct cleaning? YES and here are the how’s and why’s: How? : 1.  Our system utilizes the finest filtration on the market to remove very fine particulates that can enter the air you breath through your heating and cooling system. 2. We don’t just vacuum out your trunk line vents and returns, we use custom sized brushes to block any debris from back flowing …Read More

5 Things to ask before hiring a carpet cleaner

Much like any other home repair or maintenance company these questions are very important to ask. They may not be the only ones you will want to ask based on your needs and are not necessarily in order of importance but we feel this is a good place to start. They should give you a good understanding of the company and it’s ethics or lack thereof. 1. Are they Insured? : …Read More

Coffee Spots VS Coffee Stains

Why do some coffee spots come out and others don’t? There are several reasons for this! When you try to remove them yourself it can be very difficult if you don’t know what you are dealing with. For starters you have the same problem with Spots VS Stains (see blog) but in addition coffee and tea have traditionally through the years been used  as a staining agent to make documents look …Read More

Traffic Lanes VS Pile Crush

Do you know the difference between the two? Let me explain so when your carpet cleaner arrives you know what to expect for cleaning results. Both generally occur on top of each other in high traffic areas such as entries from the outdoors to your entry indoors, kitchen to the living room, bathroom to a bedroom or hallway and stairs. The traffic lane is caused by transferring soil from one location …Read More

Pet Odor and Spot Removal

A lot of people think the best way to treat pet odors and spots is to use baking soda to absorb them. What you may not know is baking soda on a wet spot(s) will dry and bind to the carpet thus making it extremely difficult for even a professional like us to remove it. Not only can this damage your carpet but it will not completely remove the odor …Read More

Cleaning Carpets Yourself

    Did you ever notice that when you try to clean your carpets yourself or try to remove a spot, the carpets get dirty real quick or the spot comes back? The reasons are Simple and I will give you a few of them. 1. With all rental carpet cleaners, the company sells you a solution to put in the tank. These surfactants (surface acting agents) aka soap, leave …Read More

Red Wine Spot Removal

I am sure a lot of you have read or heard how to remove Red Wine Spots from using Club Soda to using White Wine to resolve this problem. The bottom line is that a lot of these companies are trying to sell you products that either don’t work at all or do a minimal job that still leave a partial or full stain on your clothing, carpets or upholstery. Save …Read More

Allergies and Contaminants

Do you know where the majority of allergy causing contaminants are in your home? Unless you said to yourself “my mattress” you would be wrong. Although there are many contaminants in your home including pillows, sheets, coverlets ,window dressings, carpets, and furniture the worst culprit is in your mattress! What most people don’t realize is that our mattress is full of dust mites. A lot of people think they are …Read More

Spots VS Stains

Did you know there is a big difference between a spot and a stain? A Spot: Whether it is food, gum, rust, urine, vomit etc., if professionally treated within the first 24 hours can in most cases be completely removed. The best course of action before your carpet cleaner arrives is to blot ( do not rub ) up as much as possible with an old towel. The next step will …Read More

Furniture Cleaning Codes

      Do you know the difference between Wet clean and Solvent clean furniture? It is important for you to know before purchasing new furniture! All furniture comes with 2-3 tags including cleaning instructions, makeup of material and name of manufacturer but the salesman rarely explains this to you when selecting your items. These tags can usually be found on the base of your items under the cushions. One …Read More