Natural Solutions For Cleaning And Refreshing Carpet

If you have a stain on your carpet or you simply need to refresh your floors, you can purchase cleaners at most retailers to get the job done. The downside to most store bought carpet cleaners is that they're loaded with harsh chemicals that can be bad for your body and your health when breathed in. There are plenty of inexpensive, all natural methods you can use to make your own carpet cleaning solutions right at home that are healthy and effective. Read More 

Do Your Vinyl Floors Have Pet Urine Stains? Learn How You Can Remove Them

Your vinyl flooring may be affordable and very easy to take care of, but it can still become damaged. If you have pets in your home, chances are that they will have an accident on the floor at some point. If you don't catch it in time, you will wind up with a stain on the floor. Here is how you can clean up the stain and odor from pet urine. Read More 

Tips And Tricks For Keeping Your House Clean At Holiday Events

Keeping your house clean at holiday events can be a particular challenge. Often holiday guests wreak havoc while they're around and then leave chaos in their wake. These tips will help your home look its best for guests, and recover more quickly after they're gone. Schedule a Professional Cleaning Before and After Each Event Scheduling a professional cleaning before a holiday event will ensure that your home looks as clean as it can for your guests. Read More 

3 Tips For Caring For Your Carpets

Taking care of your carpets is essential to the cleanliness and look of the house. There is nothing more unattractive than dingy, unkempt carpets. Luckily, having beautiful carpets doesn't mean you have to replace your carpet often. You can have nice looking carpet, even if it is older; the key is how you care for it. Here are a couple things you should know about caring for your carpet. 1. Always Get Sealants Put Down After Professional Cleanings Read More 

Comparing Stone Resurfacing And Concrete Surfacing

Stone resurfacing and concrete resurfacing are two very similar processes that can be applied to any concrete surface, repairing any damage that may have occurred due to general wear and tear. However, despite fulfilling the same function, they do so in very different ways, and as such each method has a distinct set of advantages and disadvantages associated with it. Understanding the difference between stone and concrete resurfacing can help you choose the option that is best suited for your concrete floor. Read More