Do You Know What’s Lurking in Your Carpets?

Do You Know What’s Lurking in Your Carpets?

The average house collects up to 40 pounds of dust in a year, and up to 2000 dust mites can live on only one ounce of carpet! Dust mites like to eat dead skin from pets and humans and the average person can shed enough skin a day to feed a million dust mites. In the...
How to Remove Hard Water Stains From Glass

How to Remove Hard Water Stains From Glass

If you live in the Bitterroot Valley, chances are you’ve had a few run-ins with hard water. While high mineral content in the water is not typically harmful to drink, it can leave unsightly deposits on windows. It often shows up in the form of a haze on the glass or...
The Importance of Vacuuming Regulary

The Importance of Vacuuming Regulary

Vacuuming regularly might be the most important thing you do to prolong the life and beauty of your carpets and rugs. Carpet fibers are designed to hide soil and reflect light. Consequently, the soil in carpet is not as visible as it is on smooth flooring where soil...
What is the best way to deal with pet urine on carpet?

What is the best way to deal with pet urine on carpet?

You thought your dog was house trained, but he surprised you. You got a new puppy and he’s not grasping the concept of going outside to tinkle. The cat decided that the litter box wasn’t quite to her liking. Whatever the situation might be, now you’ve found yourself...
When is the Best Time to Have Windows Cleaned?

When is the Best Time to Have Windows Cleaned?

Warmer temperatures mean it’s finally time for Spring window cleaning!  But is now the best time to have them done? Having crystal clear windows is a big plus to enjoying the view outside, but when is the best time to have your windows cleaned? If you live in the...
My hardwood floor got wet – what should I do?

My hardwood floor got wet – what should I do?

Maybe there has been a leak or you have had some flooding and now your hardwood floor is wet. It is at risk of being warped and permanently damaged? Is it time to get out the shop vacuum and some fans or is it time to call a professional? What should you do?  ...

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