Floor Care Tips
We care about our clients long after we've done a satisfactory job of freshening up their home. Our professionals always try to advise clients on how to avoid future mishaps. While we definitely understand that accidents are unavoidable, there are still ways of minimizing the risk of them happening. We can only help you up to a certain point – once we leave, the responsibility is all yours.
Caring For Your Carpets And Upholstery
If you want to preserve your carpets and upholstery for a long time to come, you'll have to stop thinking about maintenance in a reactionary way. There's more to keeping carpets looking and feeling good than dealing with spills once they occur.
Try to make regular maintenance a habit. Create a schedule that works for you and adhere to it. Weekly vacuuming is advisable regardless of the surfaces' specific situation – if your carpets see a lot of traffic, you might want to increase the frequency even further. Over time, dirt and grime can accumulate without you even realizing, and they can bring some serious harm to your rug or upholstery.
Sometimes, plain vacuuming won't get the job done, and you'll need to add something else to the mix. When looking to mop or scrub, be very careful about your choice of cleaning agent – for the majority of cases, a mixture of soap and water will do the trick. Any time you're considering using a heavy industrial cleaner on your carpets or upholstery is when you should probably be picking up the phone and calling us instead.