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Carpet Care

Moisture Barrier Pads And Why You Need Them

Posted on: February 5th, 2019

Moisture barrier pads are essentially what they sound like — a barrier that goes underneath your carpet that keeps liquid from soaking through to the floor or subfloor underneath. They add an extra step for carpet installation, as well as an extra cost, so some homeowners decide not to use them. Here’s why that’s a…

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Should You Steam Clean Your Carpets Yourself Or Hire A Pro?

Posted on: January 8th, 2019

Deep-cleaning your carpets isn’t much fun, but it’s necessary to get the most life out of your carpets. You should probably do it around once a year, but most homeowners admit to only having their carpets cleaned every few years, sometimes less. But carpet cleaning isn’t just about getting out stubborn stains — it’s about…

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Why Some Carpet Stains Come Back, And How To Stop It

Posted on: January 2nd, 2019

So you spilled something on your beautiful carpet — wine, tomato sauce, or maybe a child or pet had an … accident. Not to worry! You cleaned the stain, and everything looked great again. But wait! A few days later, you take a closer look, and the stain is back. How did that happen? The…

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Making Your Carpet Last – 6 Tips For Proper Carpet Care

Posted on: December 28th, 2018

When it comes to comfort, carpet is king. It’s softer, warmer, and cozier than any other flooring surface — that’s why it’s all over your house! The downside? It’s not as durable as hard surfaces like tile, laminate, or wood. It can pick up stains, accumulate dirt, and wear down over time. While you can’t…

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The Best Carpeting For A Kids Room

Posted on: December 4th, 2018

Kids are hard on carpet — if you have small children in your house, your flooring will be subject to lots of traffic, abrasion, spilled food, dyed liquids like fruit punch and soda, and stains like mud and even blood. If all you cared about was durability, you’d just cover the kids’ bedrooms and playrooms…

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Protecting Your Flooring From A Real Christmas Tree

Posted on: November 30th, 2018

Artificial trees are becoming more and more popular — and realistic — but there’s something magical about the sight and smell of a real Christmas tree. The downside is that whether you place your tree on hardwood or carpet, a natural tree can be a problem for your flooring. Here’s what you can do to…

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What Causes Squeaky Floors Under Carpets And What To Do About It

Posted on: November 26th, 2018

Choosing carpets isn’t just about picking a soft, comfortable carpet that will look good with your furniture as well. Installation is a crucial component of the process — if it’s skimped on, you’ll end up with problems like loose carpet, wrinkles, and yes, squeaky floors. Here are some of the main reasons you might have…

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DIY Don’ts — Leave It To The Pros

Posted on: November 21st, 2018

We’re big fans of improving your home on a budget, and a lot of times, that means doing the work yourself rather than spending a lot of money on a contractor or other professional. Sometimes, though, the work is complicated enough or dangerous enough that you shouldn’t attempt it without some serious know-how. Here are…

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How To Avoid Holes In Your Carpet

Posted on: November 17th, 2018

Holes in your carpet are very annoying — they stand out like a sore thumb, and while you can try to repair them yourself with patches or crocheting, the repair is still noticeable until you fix the whole carpet. Here are some common causes of holes in carpets and how to avoid them. Dogs Sometimes…

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Cleaning Up After Life’s Little Messes

Posted on: October 19th, 2018

If you’ve got kids or pets in your home, chances are your carpets have seen their share of messes. Some of them are simple to clean up — dust and water can be blotted and vacuumed. Unfortunately, that’s probably not the worst kind of stain you’ll have to deal with. Bodily fluids can cause much…

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