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4 Winter Tips For Your Home

Posted on: January 27th, 2020

Winter is just getting started! Cold temperatures, short days, long nights, and messy streets are still ahead, and it’s best to make sure your home is prepared for the winter. Here are a few tips to make sure your home stays warm, cozy, and protected. 1. Replace Your Carpets No, you don’t have to replace…

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Statement Carpet Styles For Your Renovation Project

Posted on: January 22nd, 2020

When you’re renovating or flipping a home, there are a seemingly endless number of decisions to make. Paint colors, appliances, drawer pulls, bathroom fixtures, wall sconces, and so on and so on. Carpet is no different. Carpets come in so many styles, textures, colors, materials, and patterns that it can be overwhelming — especially if…

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New Year, New Carpets

Posted on: January 20th, 2020

It’s a new year! That means going through your closets for clothes you don’t wear anymore and tackling renovation projects around the house. We recommend that you have your carpets professionally cleaned with a hot water extractor (sometimes called steam cleaning) once a year, and now’s a perfect time. Residential carpet should last up to…

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Why Spring is the Best Time of Year to Hire a Carpet Cleaner

Posted on: January 2nd, 2020

If you treat your carpet right, it can last ten or even fifteen years — but you have to be diligent about cleaning your carpets. Some of that is down to everyday cleaning and maintenance, but we also recommend having your carpets professionally cleaned at least once a year. The best time of year to…

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How to Get Salt Out of Your Carpets

Posted on: December 30th, 2019

No one likes slippery sidewalks. That’s why winter sidewalks and roads are salted down with rock salt or magnesium chloride to keep everyone’s cars (and tailbones) safe. But all that salt can soak into shoes, clothes, and carpets, leaving stains and weakening carpet. Here’s how to keep winter streets from doing permanent damage. Keep Salt…

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Selling Your Home in the Spring? Replace Your Carpets Now

Posted on: December 27th, 2019

Making improvements to a home before you sell is a tough balance to strike. On the one hand, you want to put your best foot forward to get the best possible price for your home. On the other hand, you don’t want to spend too much money making improvements that won’t pay dividends on the…

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5 Tips for Winter-Proofing Your Carpet

Posted on: December 23rd, 2019

The winter is probably the toughest season on your carpets, with people tracking in snow, mud, and salt every time they come into the house — not to mention the extra foot traffic from holiday guests. But that doesn’t mean you need to bar the doors and windows and wait it out until spring. With…

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6 Ways to Say Thank You to Your Real Estate Clients

Posted on: December 19th, 2019

In the real estate game, reputation is everything. More than 40 percent of your clients will come from referrals, and almost three-quarters of clients will give you a reference if you stay in touch. And since it might be a decade or more before your clients buy another house for themselves, you have to make…

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5 Tips For Selling a House During the Holidays

Posted on: December 16th, 2019

The holiday season is a notoriously slow time for home sales. People are busy during the holidays, or they’re visiting or hosting family, so a lot of people choose to wait until spring to list their homes. But there can be some substantial advantages to selling during the holiday season. There’s less inventory, so you’re…

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Why the Right Carpet Padding Matters

Posted on: December 13th, 2019

When you buy carpet, you’re probably mostly focused on the carpet itself. Colors, materials, patterns, and textures are much more glamorous and exciting than whatever lies underneath them. But the carpet padding is important, too. It insulates your home, protects your subfloor, and extends the life of your carpet. Picking the right carpet pad is…

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