1. Choosing the best carpet cleaner for your El Dorado Hills Home

    When you are searching for someone to do carpet cleaning, tile, stone or upholstery in your El Dorado Hills home, you only want the best.  Inviting anyone into your home for any kind of service work can seem challenging and maybe even a bit overwhelming and even perhaps intimidating One very important thing is to take a look at the ratings given to them by other consumers.  It is important to no…Read More

  2. How to take care of your wool rugs in El Dorado Hills.

    The maintenance of your wool rugs in El Dorado Hills is something you should really be taking seriously.  They need just as much attention, if not more, than your wall to wall carpet. If your wall to wall carpet is wool, this is for you too! Vacuuming.  This is probably the number one thing you can do to keep your El Dorado Hills rugs looking their best.  Here is a couple of quick tips to keep …Read More

  3. Why choose the Specialists for your Granite Bay Carpet cleaning?

    Why choose The Specialists for your Granite Bay carpet cleaning? Let’s look over a few reasons why to choose us over the competitors. We offer an all-natural cleaning process that is safe and effective. Using our all-natural cleaning solution, in combination with our truck mounted cleaning system, it does a phenomenal job, leaving your Granite Bay carpets fresh and clean with no nasty after smel…Read More

  4. Keeping your stone, tile and grout clean in El Dorado Hills

    Your tile and/or stone work in your El Dorado Hills home is beautiful and a large investment in your home and you most certainly want to maintain that value.  Here are tips and tricks to clean your stone or tile and grout in El Dorado Hills. Use the correct cleaning product and care routines. When you use products such as Fabuloso or Pine-sol, they are not the correct products for cleaning your t…Read More

  5. There’s a moth in my rug?

    You heard that right!  Carpet moths can wreak absolute havoc on your gorgeous fine rugs.  Moths have a particular affinity for the materials used to create Oriental rugs. (Wool, in particular!)  The damage can be irreversible, so it is vital to take preventative measures.  Through the use of safe and effective moth repellents, our team can help keep the moths away, preventing (further) damage.…Read More

  6. Is my rug a handmade rug?

    Is my rug really a handmade rug? It is a question we hear often.  When you are dealing with any beautiful fine rug(s), there are a few things to look for. Let’s take a look at what to look for and why. To be truly considered a handmade rug, every piece (or part) of the rug must be entirely handmade.  That being said, there is absolutely something to be said for the ones that are partially hand…Read More

  7. Not all fine rug cleaners are the same….don’t be fooled by price!

    Let’s face it, not all fine rug cleaners are the same. Is it worth it to go with the cheapest price out there? As we explore what to look for in a reputable fine rug cleaner for your home. Don’t just pick the cheapest company out there. The old adage of ‘you get what you pay for’ is never truer when it comes to textile cleanings. Sure, you may find one for an unbelievably low price but be …Read More

  8. Stains… the part of life we like to ignore, but shouldn’t

    Stains are an unfortunate part of life that we’d all like to ignore. However, we say don’t ignore them! They are not always a cause for alarm. Let’s deal with them right away, so they are not a major issue later. Our four-legged pets are a big part of our family. Part of pet life is that there will enviably be accidents, either from a new puppy, an elderly dog or simply a sick dog, it is som…Read More

  9. Why in the world are there white dots in my rug after having it cleaned?

    What are these white dots/knots showing up in my rug?  Having a hand knotted rug, you do not think that you would actually see the knots. But guess what? They will start to eventually show through.  Let’s talk a bit about knots in your rug and why it is happening. These knots, that are generally white, so they are most noticed when exposed in darker colors.  They are a very common characteris…Read More

  10. Cleaning a rug in home verses cleaning it in shop.

    What is the difference?  Let’s take a look at each of them and their differences. In Home Cleaning.  When you want an area rug cleaned in home it is absolutely possible, with a few very notable exceptions. Is the rug on wood floor? If yes, we will need to either have another area to clean it in your home or we are unable to clean it. We do not want to damage your wood floors. We use very hot w…Read More