The Hidden Dangers Of Dirty Carpet

Posted on: 8 May 2017

If you look at your carpet and you don't see any visible stains, this is an indication that it's clean, right? The answer is no. No visible staining doesn't at all mean carpet is cleaned. Dust, dirt and a host of other debris can settle into the fibers and cause quite a bit of trouble. If you've been putting off having your carpets cleaned – here are some reasons not to any longer. [Read More]

Need To Deep Clean Before Inviting Over Friends? 3 Reasons To Rely On Professionals

Posted on: 27 April 2017

Giving your home a deep cleaning can be a priority when you're going to be having friends over for the first time. Whether you've moved into an older home or you simply haven't had cleaning done in a long time, you may be at a loss for what kind of cleaning should be done first. Before moving forward with having your friends over, look into the benefits that come with relying on professional carpet cleaners. [Read More]

Haven't Used Pressure Washers Before? You'll Need These Tips

Posted on: 14 April 2017

After some years in your home, you might start to notice that the siding and roof could use some cleaning. It is relatively easy these days to rent a pressure washer, so if you decide to do that, observe these tips so you can clean your house effectively. Shut Down Electricity You might not even think of shutting down the electrical outlets on the house, but remember that the water you use while pressure washing could seep into external outlets. [Read More]

When Your Basement Gets Flooded: Tips To Prevent Further Damage To Your Home

Posted on: 29 March 2017

When your basement gets flooded, you can end up with a big mess on your hands. If the water has been sitting for any length of time, water can seep into your walls. Mold and mildew grow in moist environments, and getting rid of the water completely is essential to avoid this growth that can cause health problems for you and your family. While you may be able to clean up some of the water on your own, knowing how to clean up the water safely is important. [Read More]