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Carpet Cleaning Tips

Carpet cleaning tips and recommendations from the Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI). The CRI recommends having your carpet and rugs cleaned before they begin to show soil. Allowing Carpet and Rugs to become excessively soiled will make cleaning more difficult and will shorten the life of your carpet and rugs.

Preventative Maintenance Tips

  • Vacuum Carpets Frequently
  • Place mats or rugs in entry ways to capture soils from outside.
  • Properly Act quickly to mud, grease and grime when it is tracked in from outside.
  • The quicker you act the better. The longer a spot stays on a carpet the harder it is to remove.
  • Always blot - Never Scrub - with a clean, white, dry absorbent cloth, Scrubbing can damage the carpet fibers.
  • Always work from the outer edge in towards the center of the spot to avoid spreading it.
  • CRI recommends that Carpet and Rugs be dry or wet extraction cleaned a minimum of every 12 to 18 months and more often where there is heavy traffic, or Kids and pets. You should check with the Manufacture of your carpet for their recommendations and warranty info.

Water Damage Safety Tips

In the event of an emergency, shut off all the power to avoid electrocution, turn off all the water and call us for help. Now that you've called us, here are some more do's and don'ts:


  • Do remove as much water as possible by mopping or blotting with large bath towels (Be sure not to leave colored towels on the carpet as colors can bleed).
  • Do wipe furniture down to remove excess moisture.
  • Do prop up wet furniture cushions for even drying.
  • Do lift drapes off the floor, loop through coat hanger and hang from curtain rod.
  • Do remove wet area rugs, furnishings and anything else on the flooring in the effected area.
  • Do move valuable pictures, paintings and art objects to a safe dry place.
  • Do open closet doors and dresser drawers and anything else that can be opened to allow air to circulate.
  • Do stay out of rooms where the ceiling is sagging.


  • Don't use your household vacuum to remove water.
  • Don't use electrical appliances while standing in wet area.
  • Don't wait to call for help, the longer you wait the more damage will occur.

Please remember, if you can’t get a hold of your agent you are still required by most home owners policies to do what is necessary to prevent further damage. This means getting the water out fast before it creates more secondary damages such as mold. We are here to assist you with your Insurance company.

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