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Welcome Graduation Guests with Clean Carpets and Upholstery

When our kids graduate, it’s the culmination of years of hard work, family support, obstacles overcome and joy all rolled into one. That’s why so many parents, aunties, brothers and grandparents tear up when they hear “Pomp and Circumstance” float out of the speakers at the graduation ceremony. Graduation marks emotional growth as well as…
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Getting your home ready to sell

We live in one of the most beautiful states in the U.S. We are fifth in education, were voted the fifth best state to live in and we are tenth in healthcare. Home values continue to rise with the median home price hovering around half a million dollars. Perhaps you’d like to sell right now…
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Got mud? Your carpet may need professional cleaning

Colorado weather can be so unpredictable. In the spring, the sun comes out, crocuses poke their little heads above the earth, tulips brighten our yards with pops of color and we get lulled into thinking that summer is here. Oh, but wait, we’re on the high plains. That means Chinook winds, air flowing from the…
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Banish mold and mildew with regular tile and grout cleaning

Is your bathroom or kitchen a science experiment? When you take a bath or shower can you see blooms of orange around your shower pan or constellations of dark, fuzzy spots on the ceiling? Has your kitchen or another room in your home started to smell musty? Visible signs and tangible smells are good indicators…
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Regular carpet cleaning is a must for day care centers

Did you know, Colorado has 2,882 preschools and childcare centers? 1 Lots of kids are being cared for outside of their homes every day. If you own or manage a daycare center, you understand it’s even tougher to keep our kids healthy this season when families are facing colds and flu as well as various…
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Five Tips to Keep Your Carpets Clean This Winter

Look out the window. We may have sunny skies often, but we know this is Colorado and weather can change quickly. The Old Farmer’s 2022 Almanac predicts snow showers and frigid temperatures periodically in our area through March of next year. Local weather forecasters say Denver residents have up to a 50 percent chance of…
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