4 December 2015
Carpets are a great way to warm up a room and make it more comfortable, but they can be severely damaged by water in the case of a flood, and a prime breeding ground for mold spores. If your carpet has experienced water damage, it's a good idea to rip out the old carpet and install a new one after the water damage has been repaired. While this may seem like a daunting task, with the right tools and knowledge you can have your subfloor exposed in no time.
Tips For Preventing Garage Mold
15 September 2015
Your garage may be attached to your home, but it doesn't usually benefit from the HVAC system that keeps the rest of your house temperate and dry. Instead, the door is opened and closed regardless of the weather, leaving it open to the elements. Moisture can be the main enemy, resulting in mold and mildew growth on the floor, in the walls, or in the ceiling. The following tips can help you prevent mold before it becomes a major issue.
Four Ways To Ensure Your Carpet Shampooing Session Removes As Much Dirt As Possible
5 September 2015
If you're going to take the time to shampoo your carpet, you want to make sure as much dirt as possible is removed from the process. Here are four strategies to ensure that your carpet emerges remarkably clean after your next DIY shampooing session with a home carpet shampooer machine.
Use a cleaning solution made specifically for your shampooer.
Carpet shampooers typically have one reservoir for the shampoo, and a second one for water.
How To Fight Red Stains In Your Carpet
2 September 2015
Red stains are some of the toughest to get out of your carpet, and this can make a red spill a frantic occurrence in your home. If you spill something red on your carpet, you want to make sure you follow the steps detailed in this article so you can successfully remove that red mark from your carpet.
If you spill a red drink
If you spill a red drink on your caret, such as fruit punch or wine, you need to act very fast.