• Hints & Tips

  • Extend the Life of your Carpets

    When you are choosing a new carpet, you should always work on the basis that new underlay should also be purchased. Here are some of the reasons why we believe underlay is a vital component when purchasing new carpet. Underlay laid under carpet reduces the noise levels in your home by up to 25%.[...]

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    Is Your Home Making You Sick?

    It can be anywhere, especially in Bathrooms, Kitchens, and behind appliances that hide slow plumbing leaks. In high humidity areas of your home, around windows where condensation collects. Even in your Carpet and Upholstery. Yes we are talking about MOULD! Mould in your home can cause a variety [...]

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    Tips for Keeping Your Carpet Looking Good

    Have you ever wondered why some people keep their carpets looking like they've just come out of the showroom, while with kids and a couple of pets, yours is a battle ground of grime, odors and spilled drinks..... Well it's simple! They believe that prevention is better than cure. By making some [...]

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    Red Wine Stain

    October 29, 2014
    Red Wine Stain

    With a towel, fold it up and blot up as much of the red wine as you can. If you have any white wine, pour that onto the area and blot that up too. (doesn't matter if you haven't). Then pour water onto the area to rinse out the excess wine and blot up with folded towel. You may need to do this a few [...]

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    Our Tile Cleaning Service

    Our Tile cleaning service uses the latest advanced cleaning solutions and equipment, with rotary scrubbing brush, and powerful suction capabilities to remove dirt and grime, leaving your tile flooring more hygienic and looking great. We are able to extract the grime, dirt and contaminants that have[...]

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    Berry Stains on Carpet

    1.Scrape up any solid matter with a knife, being careful not to push it further into the carpet. 2.Blot up any liquid by placing a towel over the area and standing on it. 3.Pour a little soda water (or water) on to part of the stain and blot it up with a towel, by standing on it, if that [...]

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