3 Reasons Why You Should Replace Your Carpeting With Hardwood Flooring

Is the carpet in your home worn out, dingy, or otherwise needing to be replaced? Are you trying to decide what type of carpet to replace it with? While carpet can be okay as a flooring material, it may not be your best choice. Hardwood flooring may be overlooked by many people for a variety of reasons. However, it has several advantages over simply installing more carpet. Some of these advantages include:   Read More...

Tips For Keeping A Carpet Soft And Full

If you've added a new carpet to your home and are enjoying how thick and luxurious it feels, start planning now to keep the carpet feeling so nice and soft. Foot traffic and dirt can make that soft carpet fall flat very quickly if you're not careful. In addition to frequent vacuuming and cleaning, there are a few quick and easy things you can do to help keep that carpet feeling a lot nicer.   Read More...

3 Ways to Keep Allergies Away When Replacing Carpeting with Tile Flooring

If your home has carpeting that has seen better days and is worn down, dirty, or damaged in some way, you may be looking into getting tile flooring installed once the carpet has been ripped out. If you're somebody that suffers from allergies and is worried that the tile could be problematic for your allergies, it's a good idea that you look into what you can do to make your home as hygienic and free of allergens as possible.   Read More...

How To Remove Carpet Odors Naturally

Carpeting provides a warm flooring option in your home and comes in a wide range of colors, allowing for several more design options when compared to other flooring options. However, because it is made out of soft, absorbent fibers, carpeting can easily absorb materials that give off a foul odor over time due to general wear and usage. Thankfully, you can easily remove odors from your carpets without using harsh chemicals.   Read More...

Old Hardwood Flooring: What To Know Before Starting Your Pet-Sitting Business

If you plan to open a pet-sitting business in a home or a commercial structure that has old hardwood flooring, you may wonder if you should change the flooring before you open for business or keep it as is. Urine can be a problem for hardwood flooring if it causes stains, or if the liquid concentrates and releases harsh ammonia odors into the indoor environment. Here are some problems you might face if you don't change the flooring and what you can do to solve them.   Read More...