Applying the 80-20 Rule to Carpet Cleaning

Life is full of compromises. We often don’t have the time to complete all the things we would like to do or complete them in the manner we would like to do them. Anyone who has ever thrown a wrinkled pair of pants into the dryer to get out most of the big...

Be Prepared for Water Damage Emergencies

Cincinnati is dealing with the 22nd worst flood in the city’s history as the Ohio River crested at just over 60.5 feet this past weekend. The flooding has spurred road closures and inundated riverfront communities. And while those near the river are the most severely...

Freezing Temperatures and Water Damage

The new year in Cincinnati is so far starting off cold! A quick scan of the headlines shows “water mains across Cincinnati have burst” and “another fire started by someone trying to thaw frozen pipes.” If you haven’t seen it yet, WCPO...

Tips for Dealing with Pet Odor in Your Carpets

I was commiserating with a friend whose daughter wants to get a puppy for Christmas. Don’t get me wrong, I love dogs! But they are work. Our Roxie, shown here, may look calm but she is a giant ball of energy. And then there’s housetraining. Multiple trips...

Ice Dams and Water Damage Restoration

The dishes from Thanksgiving are barely put away and Jennifer Schack over at WLWT News 5 is saying those of us here in Cincinnati may see our first snowflakes of the season! With that in mind, it’s a good time to think about ice dams. As their name implies, ice...

Household Projects and Carpet Care – Drywall Dust

This blog post is the first in a series to offer helpful tips for keeping your carpets (and therefore your home!) clean. At first glance you might think that drywall dust is something would only you need to contend with during a major renovation but that isn’t true....

Don’t Let Pet Accidents Ruin Your Carpet

I was speaking with an acquaintance the other day about his new puppy. While new puppies are lots of fun, urine accidents are a fact of life but that doesn’t mean your carpets have to suffer long-term consequences. As I wrote back in February, our new golden...

It’s Time for Spring Cleaning in Cincinnati

At last, spring has finally arrived in Cincinnati. The Reds are playing, Kings Island is open, and tomato plants are ready to go into the ground. With the weather warming, and windows opening, it’s the perfect time to think about spring cleaning and an article...

How to Treat Pet Stains on Carpet

With the addition of Roxie, our new golden retriever puppy, I am reminded of how frequently pet accidents can (and do!) happen. The key to keeping pet accidents from ruining your carpet is to take a three-pronged approach. Step 1 – Apply Treatment Solution as...
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