Simple Home Cleaning Tips
Crumbs on the kitchen counter, dust on the TV, gunk in the bathroom sink — We can’t stand our houses when they are a mess. But the thought of spending an entire day cleaning it from top to bottom sends me running to the sofa for a nap. After all, in a week, it’s just […]
Six Helpful Tips To Make Spring Cleaning A Breeze | Professional Rug, Carpet and Furniture Cleaning Can Help Remove Allergens
Smart Ways To Reduce Dust
Smart Ways to Reduce Dust. How to Keep Dust Out! Rug Renovating.
Snow Shovel Safety Tips
Winter weather is blowing across much of the country and — unfortunately — that means out comes the snow shovel, the snow blower and the ice melt. And sweat on the foreheads of many. (Editor’s Note: you might be fortunate enough not to experience snow at all. If that’s the case, then reading this will at […]
Rug Weaving In China | Rug Renovating A Family-Owned Business With 120 Years of History
The basic techniques of rug making were first developed in the East. Traditional Oriental rugs were made on vertical looms strung with 3 to 24 warp (vertical) threads per cm. Working from bottom to top, the rug makers below either weaved the rug with a flat surface or used knots for a textured pile.
Rugs and Carpet Provide a Number of Great Benefits for Homes
Adds Beauty and Style You can choose from many thousands of rugs and carpet styles and colors. That means your ultimate choice will reflect how you want to personalize your living space. Carpet can be a neutral foundation, or it can be a focal point with vibrant colors and stronger bolder patterns and textures.
Questions For DIY Carpet Cleaning
RR Employee Spotlight: Junior Stephens – March 2017
Junior Stephens is a true veteran of RUG RENOVATING. His career in the rug industry started all the way back in 1975, when he joined the team as a Rug and Carpet Repair Technician. Stephens has become exceptionally talented in repairing handmade rugs, while also developing unique skills in handling all types of binding, serging, […]
Rug Care Tips: Preventing Mildew and Dry Rot in Rugs
When rugs stay wet too long, they become mildewed and, eventually, suffer dry rot. The classic example is dry rot caused by a potted plant placed on a rug. The typical result is a horribly rotted circular area in a carpet that is otherwise in good condition. Don’t even think about putting a potted plant […]
Rug & Carpet Soiling and Soil Management
Clients ask us how they can keep their rugs and carpets cleaner between professional cleanings. Here are some ideas that can help. Soil can be defined simply as unwanted matter that is foreign to the construction of the textile floor covering. Most tracked-in soils are insoluble which means that they cannot be removed by cleaning […]