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Cleaning / Maintenance

How to Keep Your Carpets Looking Immaculate Long Term

How to Keep Your Carpets Looking Immaculate Long Term

by Sally Smith on Mar 12, 2014

Buying a new home with brand new carpets can almost seem like an omen for disaster. Carpets look great on the surface, until something happens to them that ruins their perfection. When this happens, and it is almost inevitable that something eventually will, it can often make a home owner wish they had gone with hard floors instead of carpets. However, this does not mean that an owner of a new home cannot take preventative measures to help ensure that their carpets maintain that new look for many years to come. However, in case of an emergency, it might be a good idea to keep your favorite steam cleaners on speed dial.The first preventative measure that a new home owner might take to keep their carpets looking new is to require everyone to wipe their feet off outside before entering their home. Then, for added protection ... Continue reading →

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Water Damage Restoration

Water Damage Restoration

by Guest on Mar 13, 2014

Water damage restoration is a specialized service that requires professionally trained cleaners. Most of the times, regular carpet cleaning guys offer such services as an extension of their other cleaning services. But in order to safeguard your building structure and belongings, ensure that you go with companies authorized for such jobs. Water damage restoration requires water extraction, drying up the area and disinfecting it depending upon the nature of water flooding the space. A plumbing leak could mean clean water fills up a space and damages flooring, walls, metal and wooden fixtures. But this kind of problem is much easier to handle than a leak that causes flooding by contaminated water. Continue reading →

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When to Use High Pressure Cleaning for Your Home

When to Use High Pressure Cleaning for Your Home

by Sally Smith on May 7, 2014

Before you paint your house, you need a high pressure cleaning to remove dirt from the walls. Failure to remove dirt from the walls increases the chances of a coating lifespan lasting a shorter period of time. A pressure washer gets rid of chalk, dust, mildew and old paint. This is done by using highly pressurized water to blast away obstacles. Using a high pressure wash does not require a great deal of knowledge to operate, but you should always keep your body parts clear of the pressure washer Continue reading →

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Upholstery Cleaning Using Natural Techniques

Upholstery Cleaning Using Natural Techniques

by Anne John on Jun 28, 2014

Many painful events in this 21st century taught people about lessons and risks of climate change. These sent signals to the inhabitants of the planet that they must take their responsibilities seriously not only by helping those afflicted by freak weathers and the melting of polar caps, but by starting to care about their day to day activities. There are actually a lot of ways to make a difference. Continue reading →

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Cleaning the Concrete Flooring in Your Home

Cleaning the Concrete Flooring in Your Home

by Sally Smith on Aug 25, 2014

When you think about cleaning the floor, concrete is probably not the first thing that comes to mind. A concrete driveway, garage, porch or patio, however, is a part of many homes, and concrete is becoming increasingly popular as an indoor flooring choice. Here is a simple guide for how to clean the concrete floors in your home.  Continue reading →

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5 Tips for Keeping a Clean Home This Winter

5 Tips for Keeping a Clean Home This Winter

by Ted Levin on Oct 22, 2014

Many people think of spring cleaning as the busiest cleaning season of the year. Although most people save all of their de-cluttering for springtime, winter is often when the home sees the biggest amount of messes. Not only is everyone spending more time in the home because of the cold weather, there are a lot more messes being dragged into the house from outside during the winter months. This can make keeping a clean home almost impossible for any home owner. Continue reading →

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Respirator or Dust Mask - What is the Difference?

Respirator or Dust Mask - What is the Difference?

by Boris Dzhingarov on May 20, 2015

When embarking on any project whatsoever where you will be subjected to airborne particles, you may want to make sure to have the appropriate level of protection available in the form of a face mask. There are two main categories you should familiarize yourself with in order to find the level of protection you need. Do you know the difference between a respirator and a dust mask? Continue reading →

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Home Asbestos Exposure: A Modern Menace or Just a Threat of the Past

Home Asbestos Exposure: A Modern Menace or Just a Threat of the Past

by Tom Grant on Jul 16, 2015

Most people believe that asbestos is a thing of the past, but that’s not true. It’s used in many consumer products, from brake pads to reinforced concrete to everyday consumer items. Here’s what it means to you and what you can do about it. Continue reading →

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How to Clean Granite Countertops

How to Clean Granite Countertops

by Guest on Aug 10, 2015

Granite countertops are a great addition to your home and one that is going to increase the value.  You will love that something so simple can really improve your kitchen for a quicker home sale.  Having granite countertops can be quite intimidating. Continue reading →

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The Importance of Bond Cleaning

The Importance of Bond Cleaning

by Sally Smith on Aug 27, 2015

If you're moving out of a rental home, then you're surely aware of the importance of end of lease bond cleaning. If you leave your rental property a total mess, you risk the nightmare scenario of your landlord not returning your bond to you. This is precisely why thorough cleaning before moving out is so important for renters. Continue reading →

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