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A Better Way To Train Your Dog & Save Your Carpet

Basics of Dog Training

It’s essential for Dog parents like you to know certain basic factors that determine your relationship with your Dog and can go a long way in training him effectively.

Before you begin training your Dog, it is absolutely essential that you build a loving bond with him. This is important as it helps you to understand his needs and instincts and also allows your Dog to have complete trust in you. […]

By |September 13th, 2013|Articles|0 Comments

Easy & Quick Carpet Dent Remedies

Indentations in carpets are eyesores I run across quite often and to me they look almost as bad as a permanent spot or stain.  The good news is that carpet dents are typically an easy problem to fix.  They look like permanent, but that’s rarely the case.

Here are two fast and easy remedies. […]

By |January 18th, 2011|Articles|0 Comments

Simple Solutions: Pet Stains and Odor Removal

If you’re a pet owner you know that accidents happen. There’s just no getting around it. When your loving pet leaves their mark on your carpet, you could call a professional carpet cleaning company specializing in pet stains and odor removal, or if you’re up to the task, and you’re prepared, you can deal with it yourself, save some money and save your carpets. There is a third option, which is to do nothing at all – but let’s not go there. […]

By |January 17th, 2011|Articles|0 Comments

Selecting Carpeting For Your Home – Protecting Your Investment

Carpeting for your home represents a substantial investment – usually the 2nd most expensive investment you’ll make as far as furnishing your home is concerned.

Here’s a really helpful video from HGTV’s Amy Matthews who has some expert tips on protecting the investment you make in the carpets for your home. […]

By |January 9th, 2011|Articles|0 Comments

Carpet Made From Corn? Gotta See This!

Take a look at the SmartStrand “Zoo” Challenge… this is wild – and good info to have if you’re about to replace your existing carpeting.

If you’re in the market for new carpet and are in the need for a carpet that will really take some punishment, i.e. kids, friends, family, pets, etc., you need to take a look at this. […]

By |January 9th, 2011|Articles|0 Comments

How to Improve the Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) In Your Home

Are you, or is someone in your family suffering from indoor issues? Is your family suffering from allergies, asthma, and frequent headaches? Indoor air pollution in your home may be the prime culprit. Believe it or not, carpet in the home can be the solution to better indoor air quality. […]

By |January 2nd, 2011|Articles|0 Comments

Six Common Misconceptions About Residential Carpeting

Every week I hear numerous comments from homeowners that have brought me to the realization that there are numerous misconceptions when it comes to carpeting in the home as a flooring option.   In this article I want to separate fact from fiction and set the record straight. […]

By |January 2nd, 2011|Articles|0 Comments

5 Tips for Maintaining Clean, Healthy Carpet

Effectively maintaining your carpets between professional carpet cleanings will keep your carpets looking great, extend the life of your carpets and equally important, improve the indoor air quality (IAQ) in your home. […]

By |January 1st, 2011|Articles|0 Comments

Carpet Spills, Spots and Stains? Just Blot Em’ Out!

Unless you never allow anyone into your carpeted room or you keep your carpets completely covered in plastic , you will inevitably have to deal with spots, spills and stains.

Spills and spots don’t have to mean the end to your beautiful carpets. With quick action, even the worst of the spots, spills and stains that are bound to occur can be easily and permanently removed. – without calling in a professional carpet cleaner. […]

By |December 30th, 2010|Articles|0 Comments

Red Wine Stain On Carpet

Crying over spilled milk is one thing but a red wine stain on your beautiful light colored carpet is something can cause a real emotional stir. But never fear… the perfect solution might be close at hand. […]

By |December 26th, 2010|Articles|0 Comments