How To Declutter Your Home Before Your House Cleaning

Posted on: 15 April 2015

No, you don't have to clean before the maid service arrives! But decluttering -- removing the items that you don't need -- can definitely make it easier for the maid service to clean your home. Since you're usually paying by the hour, decluttering can also save you a lot of money. And you can't really tell that your home is clean when it's filled with items that you no longer want. [Read More]

Earth Friendly Carpet Cleaning Tips

Posted on: 15 April 2015

When your carpet needs cleaning, you are faced with several options to to choose from. You may want to consider an environmentally friendly method for cleaning your carpet. Your carpet is something you, your children and pets come in close contact with on a daily basis, so this can be a large area of concern. Some cleaning products have been shown to be toxic, but you do have more earth friendly options available, for both do-it-yourself and professional cleanings. [Read More]

Why Hiring a Commercial Cleaning Service Might Increase Your Profit

Posted on: 15 April 2015

Companies are always looking for ways to increase the bottom line. This means careful allocation when funding the budget. One point that some business owners overlook, however, is outsourcing menial tasks that they or their employees perform. Here are some reasons why you should hire a commercial cleaning service. Labor Your employees are specialists in their field. You hired them because you believe they have the necessary qualities for your business to grow. [Read More]

Caring For Your Floors After A Flood

Posted on: 14 April 2015

A home flood is a devastating event. The water doesn't just damage your home and property; it can also cause illness by exposing you to bacteria, mold spores and other pathogens. As soon as the water has receded and you've emptied your home of wet and damaged items, turning your attention to your flooring can help you protect your investment and your health. 1. Carpets Carpets and padding act like sponges, soaking up water and high concentrations of any pathogens the water contains. [Read More]