Tips For Preparing Your Home For A Carpet Cleaning

Posted on: 11 October 2019
You may do a lot to protect your carpet, such as removing shoes before walking on the carpet or banishing beverages from carpeted areas. However, carpets need regular cleaning. According to Home Advisor, annual cleaning is usually indicated. The benefits of professional carpet cleaning are that you improve the appearance and longevity of your carpet. So, if you've decided it's time for a carpet cleaning, you'll want to prepare your house ahead of time.
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4 Ways To Keep Your Pumpkin Fresh From The Patch

Posted on: 26 August 2019
You've found your perfect pumpkin, but Halloween is still awhile away. Knowing the best practices surrounding pumpkin care and carving will make sure your jack-o-lantern is still thriving when Halloween comes around. Start Off On The Right Foot When you select a pumpkin, you want to make sure the flesh is firm and there are no imperfections. Any soft spots, dents, or scrapes invite your pumpkin to begin rotting. You also want to look for a fresh, bright green stem.
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Installing New Cabinets? 3 Design Mistakes To Avoid

Posted on: 10 July 2019
No matter if you are remodeling or building from scratch, designing a kitchen can be overwhelming. From choosing a basic layout/floorplan to picking colors and amenities, the challenges should be easy to see. One area of your kitchen design that does not have to be so stressful is the placement and design of your cabinets. While they mainly serve a storage purpose, your cabinets make up a large part of your kitchen's basic look, as well.
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Can You Bleach Your Hardwood Floor During Refinishing?

Posted on: 29 May 2019
If you're about to refinish your hardwood floors, you may also be planning to change their color. Staining can only darken the color of wood, bringing out the grain and changing the tone. However, there is an option for lightening your floor as well: bleaching.  Bleaching Should Be Done by a Professional As with staining, bleaching can easily become uneven. You need to be careful when applying the bleach. There are also multiple steps to bleaching hardwood, including sanding.
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