1. All about our all natural cleaning solution

    In an ideal world all cleaning products would be green cleaning products made using sustainable manufacturing practices and naturally derived, safe, non-toxic, and biodegradable ingredients that don’t negatively impact the environment. There are many reasons to go green, here are a few. Healthier Home. No more harsh chemicals to be absorbed in your skin released in the air to breathe. Safer for …Read More

  2. Spring Clean with The Specialists!

    Now that spring is in full bloom, it is the perfect time to deep clean your home.   Let The Specialists help with that! We offer a variety of services to help get your home looking beautiful. Let’s look at each service. Carpet Cleaning As a general rule, carpet cleaning by a professional, certified firm should take place at least once per year.  For extremely heavy traffic areas, cleaning may…Read More

  3. Dark lines on your carpets?

    Why are there black lines on the edges of my carpet? Have you ever looked down as your freshly vacuumed carpet and saw about a 2-inch dark band-like line around the edge of the carpet?  That is what is known as a filtration line.   Let’s take a look at what it is, what you can do to combat them as well as a few preventative measures you can take to keep your carpets lookingtheir absolute best…Read More

  4. Happy Earth Day!

    Happy Earth Day from The Specialists!  We are committed to being an all green, all-natural company. We do this for not only our health, but for the betterment of Earth.  By using sustainable Earth friendly products, we are not only keeping our families healthier but leaving a legacy of caring about our planet. In an ideal world all cleaning products would be green cleaning products made using su…Read More

  5. Is it allergies or a cold?

    Is it a cold or is it allergies?  That seems to be the big question, especially this time of year. With all the plants blooming and pollen levels rising, it can be difficult to figure out if you have allergies or simply, a cold.   Let’s take a look at the key differences. If you have a cold you can exhibit the following symptoms: A fever. It can occur with a very bad cold. Body aches. It last…Read More

  6. Why use natural cleaning products?

    You may ask yourself, why is it important?  Let’s go over a few points as to why you should be using all-natural products and companies that use them. The traditional carpet cleaning process is to spray volatile chemicals like Dipropylene Glycol Monomethyl Ether, Ethylene Glycol Butyl Ether and Glycol Monomethyl Ether (just to name a few) on the carpet to loosen dirt, clean with soapy chemicals…Read More

  7. Fiber protection….it is worth it!

    Is having fiber protection worth the extra cost?  That really depends on how you think about it.  When you have any rug, whether wall to wall or a beautiful area rug, it is an investment in your home.   By adding a professionally applied protection to any of your rugs, carpet or upholstery you buy yourself a bit more time to help you get a spill up, therefore helping to maintain your rug, carp…Read More

  8. Pet urine in your rugs

    We love our furry family members. But sometimes, they can really make a mess on your rugs. Did you know that they are very difficult to remove and after 24 hours, should really be handled by a professional? In the first 24 hours, you can generally get out urine by blotting it up with a white towel (using several if necessary) and using our spot cleaner. Any longer and it can set in the pad. Urine …Read More

  9. How to choose the right cleaner for your project

    When you are searching for someone to do any kind of work in your 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.  Let’s take a few moments to determine if the company you are looking at is reputable. One very important thing is to take a look at the ratings given to them by other consumers.  It…Read More

  10. Tufted rugs or hand knotted rugs, what is the difference?

    What are the differences between a tufted rug and a knotted rug? Both tufted and knotted rugs are made by hand and that is the only thing they really have in common. Let’s take a look a few of the most notable differences. A tufted rug generally has two backings to it. The first back is a canvas (often times a muslin fabric). The pattern is made by punching colored wool yarns through it onto a s…Read More