3 Tips For Preventing Damage To Your Sofa After A Flood

Whether you are dealing with a major appliance leak in your home or are in the middle of a natural disaster, you are probably pretty worried about your personal possessions and how they will fare after it's all over. For example, you could be concerned about your sofa and whether or not it will be damaged due to the excess water. Although sofas and other upholstered furniture can certainly become permanently damaged due to flooding, there are ways that you can protect your precious furniture. [Read More]

Are Your Carpet Care Techniques Damaging Your Carpeting?

Everyone loves the feel of clean carpeting under their feet in their homes, but sometimes, some of the things that are done to keep the carpeting clean could be causing damage to the carpeting. Here, you will learn what it is that you could be doing that could actually be damaging your carpet so that you can avoid making those mistakes. Vacuuming Mistakes What is likely the most common vacuuming mistake is not vacuuming often enough. [Read More]

3 Tips For Cleaning Your House For Sale

A clean house is a sold house, as far as your realtor is concerned, so you've been tidying up your house for days, trying to get it ready to show. If you're looking for tips to quickly and efficiently clean your house so that it's ready for show, then here's what you need to know. Tip #1: Blow Away the Competition Pressure washers are great in getting large surfaces sparkling clean in very little time, so they should be your go-to tool for the outside of your house. [Read More]

How To Prevent Dust Mites

As stomach-turning as it sounds, the bulk of household dust is made up of tiny flakes of human and possibly pet skin, if you have them. People (and some pets) are constantly renewing their skin, with a full renewal completed every seven years. The flakes that turn up your dust cloths are completely normal, but because they are organic, they are a source of food. This food source attracts dust mites. [Read More]