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3 Important Mopping Tips for Tile and Grout

Whether you are a homeowner taking care of family, or a facilities manager trying to keep everyone happy. You know that tile and grout can be a beautiful aspect to any building. You also know how difficult it is to maintain. Soil can easily settle into the crevices of...

The Sink Cleaner You Keep in Your Pantry!

We all know the struggles that come with sinks and faucets. Hard water build up, smudges, grime, and sometimes things you can’t even identify. The good news is that if you hadn’t already heard, you probably have the solution right in your pantry. Vinegar. Vinegar is...

Exterior Window Cleaning with a Water Fed Pole System

Even if you haven’t seen it in real life, you’ve certainly seen it in a movie: the platform precariously suspended off the edge of a building with an elaborate pulley system, the window washers trying to maintain their balance four stories above the ground. When you...

Flu season: Protect yourself by disinfecting these trouble spots

You’ve probably heard that we’re having a particularly bad flu season nationwide. Beyond the flu, there are enough colds and winter viruses going around that it can feel like everyone you know is sniffling or coughing. So how can you prevent the flu from...

Boost Your Home Sale Potential with These Six Improvements

If you’re ready to put your house on the market, you might want to put your ambitions on pause. Although real estate remains a hot commodity, you won’t get top dollar for your property if it receives a lukewarm reception. Here are six home improvement projects that...

The Down and Dirty on Carpet Encapsulation

Often, I find that the term carpet encapsulation elicits interesting responses from customers and friends.  Some people have never heard of it before and think I'm just making something up to sound new and innovative, while others believe it's just the same old...
The Down and Dirty on Carpet Encapsulation

The Down and Dirty on Carpet Encapsulation

Often, I find that the term carpet encapsulation elicits interesting responses from customers and friends.  Some people have never heard of it before and think I'm just making something up to sound new and innovative, while others believe it's just the same old...