Six Open Spots in Boulder and Their COVID-19 Standards

Exterior View of the Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse. Photo Credit:

More than 16 million cases of COVID-19 have been diagnosed to date, with the virus claiming more than 650,000 lives. While the scientific community fervently seeks a cure and/or preventative vaccine, the spread of COVID-19 will inevitably continue. Thankfully, we can collectively help to reduce the impact of coronavirus through simple actions, which reduce the risk of contracting or unintentionally spreading COVID-19. By wearing masks, staying six feet or more from others, frequently disinfecting common surfaces and washing our hands for at least twenty seconds, we can slow the spread of coronavirus and save the lives of local citizens.

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How to Store Your Rug When Not in Use

Red Persian Specialty Rug Rolled Up for Basement Storage

Maintaining the integrity and beauty of your house is a big chore. However, the results demonstrate pride not only in your residence and personal property, but all the effort you've put forth to achieve your goal of homeownership. One of the first things a visitor notices is flooring, and whether you choose hardwood, carpeting, tile, or linoleum, its condition makes an impression on people. If you own an area rug, storing it when not in use is the key to ensuring its beauty and longevity as well as selecting reputable carpet cleaning services when needed. Here’s some helpful information.

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How to Remove Musty Odors From a Persian Rug

Brown dog sleeps on musty Persian rug in Denver-area home

Sometimes, the worse something smells, the older it is. And that’s not always a bad thing. That’s true in the case of a Persian rug – whose odor not only helps determine its age, but also its value relative to other floor coverings. The power of an odor, however, is subjective.

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Maintaining Your Dryer Vent in Between Professional Cleanings

Black and white close-up view of clothes dryer's interior with clothing inside

Your dryer vent is an essential piece of equipment, designed to transport moisture-laden air from the exhaust port on the back of your dryer, to the vent hood where it exits your house. By removing the moist air, it enables your dryer to continue functioning at maximum efficiency: without the vent, your dryer would take much longer to dry your clothes and eventually cease to work altogether. With this in mind, it is easy to see why keeping your dryer vent clean and free of obstructions, so that air may continue to pass through it freely, is so important. In today’s article, we are going to take a look at how you can achieve this aim by following a few simple recommendations. If you need any further vent cleaning advice, please do not hesitate to contact us during business hours.

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