4 Reasons To Hire A Carpet Cleaning Service At Your Home

Posted on: 30 August 2017

If you're like most homeowners, you have carpeting in at least part of your home. Carpeting is a practical flooring option because it's budget friendly, comfortable, and versatile. However, unlike solid floor coverings, carpet is also more prone to staining, soaking up odors, and general wear and tear. Fortunately, a professional carpet cleaning from a place like Go Green Carpet Cleaning can breathe new life into your home's carpeting. While there's no wrong reason to hire a carpet cleaning company, there are a few key scenarios where it would be wise to hire one in your home! [Read More]

Three Reasons To Get The Carpet In Your Facility Professionally Cleaned

Posted on: 29 August 2017

Are you the owner of a commercial building and are doing everything you can to ensure it stays clean enough? You probably have a professional cleaning service come in to take out the garbage, do some dusting, mop the floors and vacuum the carpets. But how often do you get the carpets in your building professionally cleaned? You might be surprised how important it is to hire someone that does professional facility carpet cleaning. [Read More]

The Steps Involved In Stone Restoration

Posted on: 29 August 2017

If you have natural stone floors, countertops or other surfaces, your stone may look dirty, cloudy and worn overtime. This happens to all types of stone including marble, granite, slate, and terrazzo. Fortunately, stone restoration can be done to help remove imperfections and make your stone look as great as it did on the day it was installed. Here are the steps that are involved in a stone restoration project: [Read More]

What Can You Do About Pet Stains On Flooring?

Posted on: 29 August 2017

Pet stains on your flooring is an issue that can be embarrassing as a homeowner. You have a few options if you are trying to remove the smells and sight of pet stains in carpet, wood or another surface. Linoleum If you have a synthetic surface, such as linoleum, you might be in luck. These stains can sometimes be lifted with a simple, DIY baking soda paste. Use equal parts baking soda and water to create the paste and then rub it into the stain. [Read More]