Expert Tips to CARE for Your TILE FLOORING

Tile flooring is a durable choice for kitchens, bathrooms, and other areas of the home that will get wet from time to time. With the proper care, tile flooring can look like new for years. Below are a few tips for basic tile flooring care, and how to clean stained grout. These techniques are appropriate for both ceramic and faux tile flooring.

Is it Time to Clean Your Upholstery?

What’s better than a late after noon nap on your favorite sofa? What’s more enjoyable than reading a great book while snuggled in an overstuffed chair? Whether you are spending some quiet time alone or watching the big game with the whole gang, soft, comfortable upholstered furniture is usually the seating of choice


We hate to break it to you, but those pesky dust bunnies you occasionally see floating around your home or under your furniture are more than just an eyesore.

Dealing With Pet Accidents and Damage

Whether it’s chewing, begging, or jumping, our pets’ actions are a part of their unique personalities, for better or worse. However, there is one undesirable habit that most pet owners would agree causes the most embarrassment: urine. To animals, urine is an important social tool, used as a calling card, mate attractant or a territorial warning. To us, it is odor and stai

Time for a Refresh

There is nothing that improves and maintains the overall appearance of your home like having clean floors, carpets and upholstery.

7 Indoor Air Quality Myths Debunked

7 Indoor Air Quality Myths Debunked Air quality has become a hot topic. COVID-19 heightened our awareness of all of our surroundings – especially the air we breathe. Because people …


On the surface, carpet cleaning seems pretty simple. Rent a machine. Fill the tank. Pour in some detergent. Flip a switch and start cleaning. Before long, your carpet is clean …

How Does Carpet Get Its Color?

There are several factors to consider when selecting carpet, but choosing the right color is often the most difficult part of the process. Most of our customers make relatively “safe” …