How to Keep Your Indoor Air Clean

Posted on August 2, 2017.

During the warm summer months, many homeowners and families find solace from the heat indoors. With all that time spent inside it’s important to keep your air clean so you can breathe easy. Here are a few simple ways to maximize your indoor air quality. Clean Your AC Filter One of the simplest ways to … Continue Reading

How to Maintain Your Upholstery Between Cleanings

Posted on June 23, 2017.

The furniture in your home naturally accumulates dirt, grime, and allergens over time. Dirty furniture can contribute to poor indoor air quality, making it difficult for you and your family to breathe. While professional cleanings help significantly, you likely can’t afford to call upholstery cleaners to your home every week! Here are a few simple … Continue Reading

Before the Storm: How to Prepare for Minnesota’s Tornado Season

Posted on May 26, 2017.

Minnesota’s tornado season is coming and with its destructive nature. They can occur at any time of day or night and often happen in outbreaks – a period of several tornado touchdowns that last between six to 12 hours, causing structural damage, severe injuries, and deaths. Tornados can be unpredictable, but you can take steps … Continue Reading

Commercial Air Duct Cleaning: Keep Your Employees Healthy and Happy

Posted on May 1, 2017.

Employees are the backbone of every company, no matter the industry. Taking care of your business means taking care of the people who work for you, which is why it’s important that workers are happy and comfortable. Ensuring an office or other work space is clean and free of harmful debris or excessively polluted indoor … Continue Reading

What to Do if You Find Mold in Your Home

Posted on April 5, 2017.

Discovering mold in your home can be quite alarming. You may not know how serious or extensive the damage is or how it could impact your family’s health. The first thing you need to do if you suspect or find mold in your home is to call a mold remediation and removal expert to survey … Continue Reading

The Dirtiest Places in Your Office

Posted on March 3, 2017.

Did you know that more than 50% of American workers either eat lunch or snack at their desk? If you are one of the millions of people who enjoy a snack or a meal at work, you might change your mind when you learn that the average desk has 100 times as many germs than … Continue Reading

What to Do if Your Basement Has Flooded

Posted on January 25, 2017.

Many people are under the false assumption that basement flooding is a normal, almost inevitable part of owning a home and that it’s something they’ll just have to “deal with” if it happens to them. As a result of this assumption, homeowners often ignore signs of basement leaking/flooding in hopes that the issue will resolve … Continue Reading

Vacuuming Your Home Isn’t Enough to Keep It Clean

Posted on January 4, 2017.

Vacuuming is a core part of home upkeep that many people think they do enough of. In actuality, experts say homeowners should vacuum daily. However, even daily vacuuming isn’t enough to keep your carpet thoroughly devoid of allergens, pollutants, and deeply embedded dirt. The only way to ensure your carpet is thoroughly cleaned is to … Continue Reading

Prevent fire damage at home this summer in Minneapolis and surrounding areas

Posted on May 22, 2015.

Summertime Fire Damage Prevention Each summer in the Minneapolis area people spill out of their homes to embrace the good weather Minnesota has to offer on this side of the calendar. A lot of us resort back to our primitive selves by playing with fire, controlling one of the most destructive forces on the face … Continue Reading

An obituary to our fallen water damage and carpet cleaning vans

Posted on May 14, 2015.

An obituary to our fallen water damage and carpet cleaning vans. Today I was walking by the ServiceMaster bone yard of retired water damage and carpet cleaning vehicles. They were all sitting there in solitude waiting for the day they met their inevitable fate of a real junkyard or just sold for parts and scrap. … Continue Reading