Blog

Blog Post Go Here!

Knowing What Size Rug is Best for Your Seating Area

There are plenty of factors to consider when buying a rug and it can become overwhelming. Knowing how to choose the right rug size for your space is one of the most significant details. In general people buy rugs that are too small because 5×7 and 6x9s are so much cheaper than 8x10s or 9x12s. However, it is often going to make the whole space look chopped up and accidental looking so in a way you’ve just wasted that money. Measure the size of your SEATING AREA before shopping and get the closest size up from that. If your budget is tight and your room is small you can have a smaller rug that...

Read More

Customer Review: They did their job well and efficiently!

area rug cleaning ann arbor mi

 

 

 

 

We are so pleased to have another satisfied customer!

Customer Review: They did their job well and efficiently

Read More

Home Staging Tips: Do-It-Yourself

Clean carpets and rugs
If you are intending to put your house on the market this summer or just want a more “put-together” look, here are some tips to help you along with achieving those goals.

Read More

Benefits of a Professional Rug Cleaning

area rug cleaning, heirloom oriental rug cleaning

Read More

How to Avoid Tracking Dirt into the House

What’s the best kind of dirt? The sort that never enters your house in the first place. That’s dirt in its proper place – dirt that you don’t have to clean up. One of the best ways to streamline your cleaning routine is to cut the mess off at the source. So here’s lots of advice on how to stop dirt in its tracks: 1. Put out a welcome mat: Place a nice thick mat at every door; the bigger the better. This includes the door from the garage and the back door coming in from the back yard, not just the front door. Make sure that everyone knows that they need to use the mat to wipe their feet...

Read More

How to Clean Out a Bagless Vacuum

It is kind of unsettling to see that all that dirt was in your carpet.  When your vacuum looks full to the brim, it’s time to clean it out and here’s how to tackle it. Remove the canister and empty the contents into the trash. Take the canister apart, remove any stubborn dirt/fluff and rinse in warm water. Check your filters and clean as needed.  Some are washable so just rinse in warm water until the water runs clear, squeeze out the excess and let it air dry.  (Check your manual for instructions on how to care for your filter.) Check hoses for blockage.  There should be one at the roller...

Read More
Powered by Local Search Essentials