Stop Scratching The Surface: 3 Hidden Areas Of Your Home That Contribute To Indoor Allergies

Posted on: 27 September 2016
Dealing with allergies is a challenge, especially when you are not sure where the source of your symptoms is coming from. According to theAllergy and Asthma Federation of America, the most common allergy triggers are mold, pollen, dust mites and animal dander, which can all exist within your home. While you likely have already spent a great deal of time dusting furniture and sweeping up pet hair, it is important to know that there are hidden areas in your home that also contribute to allergies.
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Gift Ideas for Relatives Who Have Everything

Posted on: 14 September 2016
Do you need a gift idea for your parents or grandparents? Do they seemingly have everything that they could possibly need? Gift-giving can be difficult at the best of times. It's even more difficult when the recipient has pretty much everything that they could want. If this is the case, it may be time to stop looking for things to give them and instead start looking at services that can be done on their behalf.
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Winter Carpet Cleaning Basics

Posted on: 22 February 2016
 Carpets are a great challenge in the winter for businesses. While a lot of the problems associated with carpet cleaning can be mitigated in homes, such as by asking guests to take their shoes off, businesses almost never wish to inconvenience their customers with these requirements, leading to businesses having to take other approaches toward keeping their carpets clean. But fortunately, since many businesses are less busy during the winter, they have more opportunities to clean their carpets.
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3 Cheap Tips For Cleaning Pet Urine From Oriental Rugs

Posted on: 9 November 2015
Pet urine is often challenging to remove from any carpet, but can be even more so for oriental rugs, due to their more complex or delicate composition. Therefore, there are special steps that you must take to preserve the quality, usability and appearance of an oriental rug and you must begin the process as soon as possible after Fido or Fluffy had their accident. Blotting as much of the urine as possible with a white towel or rag is essential.
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