Six Tips for Childproofing Your Carpet

Children sitting on carpeted living room floor while coloring at wooden table

You pride yourself on keeping your carpets uber clean. It was a lot easier before you had kids. As soon as they arrived, it became this constant battle where you need eyes in the back of your head to prevent every spill and accident that could have disastrous consequences for your carpets.

We’ve lived this story ourselves and we’ve seen it countless other times in Arvada households that have hired us for carpet cleaning. But fear not! There are a number of measures that you can take to protect your carpets from anything your children can throw at them!

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Five Signs Your Carpeting Needs to Be Replaced

Hand cleaning carpet stain with yellow sponge

We obviously do our best to try and extend the lifespan of carpets for as long as possible, but nothing lasts forever and eventually carpeting will have to be replaced. But how do you know when that moment has arrived? We’ve seen thousands of carpets over the last 40+ years in Arvada and the surrounding area, and there are numerous indicators that tell you that a carpet is past its best. In this post, we’re going to discuss what these are so that you can tell when it’s time to invest in a new one.

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Short Pile vs. Long Pile Carpet: What’s Right for Your Home?

Bag of fruit on white long pile carpet floor

Carpet may have lost some ground to hardwood floors in recent years, but it still remains one of the most popular flooring options available. As one of the leading professional carpet cleaning companies in Arvada, as you can probably imagine, we receive a lot of questions about carpeting. A lot of them relate to the different aspects of carpet cleaning and rug cleaning, but we also get asked for a lot of advice about actually selecting carpeting in the first place. There are lots of options available and it can be hard to know what to choose. One question that comes up a lot is “should I go for short pile or long pile carpet?” It’s a valid question, and we’re going to compare the two options in this post.

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Why Does My Rug Stink?

Sad bulldog laying on shag rug in living room of home

Some people actually don’t like the smell of a new rug. It’s one of those “love it or hate it” kind of things. A bit like the smell of a new car. But gradually that smell fades as the rug is bedded into its new home. But after that, life happens. It gets walked across with dirty shoes, food and other things get spilled on it, and pets might play on it. Simply put, most rugs get put through the wringer over the years. In order to keep it looking its best, homeowners in Arvada will typically arrange a professional rug cleaning periodically.

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