Ever wonder how rugs and carpeting became so prevalent in our culture? We cut the rug, roll out the red carpet, sweep things under the rug, and occasionally have the rug pulled out from under us. Check out this fun and informative infographic.
Here are some easy to follow precautionary tips from the PROS for preventing damage to your natural stone floors and countertops during holiday festivities.
If you see pink or brown spots on your couch or upholstery, get rid of them by using some basic high school science.
We usually think of etching as a problem unique to marble, but it isn’t all that uncommon to see etching occur on granite as well.
Make water stains and rings on cushions and upholstery disappear by fighting tap water with distilled water.
Because travertine is a porous natural stone, it does require regular maintenance to keep it looking clean and preventing mildew from forming.
Coffee, tea and red wine are the cause of most carpet stains and you need to act fast to remove them.
Grout is a major focal point of any tiled surface, so it’s no wonder colored grout is becoming a design element all by itself.
How often should I clean my carpets? We hear this question a lot. Read this article to give you some general rules of thumb for the answer.
Straight from the pros, here’s how to fix etching and scratches in your beautiful limestone surfaces.