There are certain extra messy circumstances that warrant an extra visit from your professional carpet cleaner. Following are the details…
Don’t let ice and snow melters destroy your stone and terrazzo floors. Read this article by Fred Hueston, Stone Forensic Expert, to learn which ice and snow melters should be avoided at all costs and which are best to avoid damage to your stone and terrazzo floors.
Natural stone, concrete, terrazzo, and certain tiles, as well as the grout lines in between tile, can become stained. Many stains can be removed using acetone.
Moving heavy furniture can be stressful enough without injuries, torn or snagged carpet, or damaged furniture. Here are a few tips to avoid potential problems.
A simple way to improve buyer appeal and help your home sell quickly for the price you are asking is by having clean, elegant, welcoming floors and surfaces.
Here is how to remove cigarette odor, resins, and tars from interior spaces from floors to ceilings and everything in-between. Unless you remove it from everywhere, you will still have a lingering problem These tips should help.
If you are selecting natural stone and considering Jerusalem limestone or if you already have Jerusalem limestone, this article may be of interest to you.
Less-than-reputable carpet cleaners or DIY machine rentals can result in crunchy, stiff carpet fibers. Here are the details and how to resolve the problem.
Marble and other calcium-based natural stones are sometimes sold as granite. Here’s how to avoid etch damage and stains associated with stone misidentification.
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