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Advantages of a Floor Fan



You may purchase a wall mounted oscillating fan but you will find that because they are wall mounted, they tend to not have the 120 degree side to side oscillation that you may be seeking, though some few fans have been specifically engineered to offer you this much oscillation. These types of models tend to be rather expensive, thus the wall mounted oscillating fan will usually oscillate 90 degrees although if that feature is of supreme importance to you, you should check with the manufacturer prior to purchase.

A wall mounted oscillating fan will ordinarily come in a plethora of colors and styles, from the commercial fan that is made of durable metal with a tight metal grid to prevent injury such as what’s is seen in schools, to designer types which are often made of plastic including plastic fan blades that may actually come as see through blades or be colored to match the rest of the fan. These fans will come in designer colors too, such as Ivory, Dark Brown, Forest Green, Nickel or Chrome. You may also find them in Aqua, Grey, Turquoise, Dark Blue and even in various wrinkled finishes in paint or an industrial white powder coat finish. Or, you may opt for a very sophisticated textured bronze finish Naturally fans of almost any color can now be produced in plastic

Many commercial oscillating fans will have a three position ratchet setting in order to direct the desired airflow into the room when that fan happens to be mounted close to a corner. This is the same reason why a wall mounted oscillating fan usually has to capability of being locked into a non-oscillating position.

There is a possibility that a oscillating fan will have a remote control to run it, although many of the earlier ones did not have this feature. The newer ones seem to be offering that element though.

In dining areas, many people prefer oscillating fan as opposed to a ceiling fan, as it will not blow down directly on your food cooling it off prematurely. Of course having a wall-mounted fan also means that you save on precious floor space and never have electric cords laying around to trip you up either.

Of course most wall mounted oscillating fans have an adjustment for angling them down, however many people need to adjust their fan changing the range of oscillation from a dead center position to the left or to the right to some extent. If you will investigate the schematics included with your fan you may often find another screw that enables this kind of adjustment. After loosening it to some extent, you can usually move the fan to the left or right, until you hear a ratchet-click, then you may tighten said screw.

Today you even have an indoor/outdoor wall mounted oscillating fan available. They are waterproof and thus are UL certified for specific use outdoors.

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The Kitchen Table – Who Invented It?




Many little things in our everyday life come to us unnoticed and unappreciated such as wheels, erasers, scissors and things that make our lives easier and more comfortable. Have you ever thought “How would my life be without a table?” Things aren’t just there for any reason. Someone must’ve thought about why it should be there. Do you think kitchen’s have tables just because?

But who invented the kitchen table? Although there have been no solid proofs that the Ancient Egyptians started using the kitchen tables first or at least invented it, many believe that the kitchen tables purpose was to keep everything organized in the kitchen and not just for dining purposes. During the middle ages, the kitchen table was said to have been placed in the kitchen for the servants to dine on.

Not until October 6, 1896 did the kitchen table get a patent. One man, in the name of Henry A. Jackson, an African inventor decided it was time to organize the kitchen and patent his invention. At that time, kitchen counters or islands weren’t famous yet. The kitchen table served its purpose for preparing food and dining.

Like everything that dates back to ancient history, kitchen tables too have evolved and modified since then. The kitchen table has taken changes in shapes, sizes, color, material and design.

It’s hard to pin point as to who invented the table exactly. But for whoever he or she or they were, we should be grateful that we a have something to host every member of the family to bond over with for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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9 Pro Tips for Selecting a Custom Home Building Contractor




Planning to build your custom home that matches your personal taste in architecture? First, you have to find a contractor you can rely on. Selecting between different residential contractors can be tricky at times, because every other company claims to be the best in business. Here are the 9 pro tips that you need.

1. Ask around. When you are looking for custom home builders, references always count. Talk to your friends, colleagues and neighbors to know about the services that they have tried so far. Ask them about the experience and why they liked or disliked a service.

2. Check if the company is genuine. Don’t be surprised to find that many of the contractors don’t have any experience working with clients. They often offer the best discounts and sell the contracts to smaller subcontractors to make some easy money.

3. Make sure the company is licensed, insured and bonded. You need to check if the contractor has the required permissions to work in your city and area, and they must be insured, as well. These are basic aspects that people often ignore while comparing the options.

4. Are they open to your ideas? A good and reliable general contractor will take the time to understand the needs, expectations and requirements of their clients. They will also discuss the ideas that you may have in mind, and depending on the practical aspects, they may suggest the right things.

5. Will they offer an estimate? As a client, you should be extremely careful about your choice of contractor, especially with regards to the estimate that they provide. Check if their prices are genuine and in sync with the standards. Getting an estimate is also important because you can compare the options.

6. Specialization counts. Always work with a contractor who has worked on and managed projects similar to yours. Not all commercial contractors deal in residential projects, so ask them about their areas of expertise.

7. Check their previous projects. You can never rely on a service that doesn’t have enough clients. Check the work they have done so far, so that you know the kind of experience they have with residential projects.

8. Ask for references. It is not enough to see a few pictures of their previous projects. You need to know the experience of their clients with regards to their services, and for that, nothing is more important than references. A company that has been doing business for more than five years will have enough clients.

9. Ask why you should hire them. As a client, you need to know why a company believes that they are better than others. Know about their highlights and ask them questions about their work. They should be able to convince you about their highlights and the kind of things they do.

Finally, take the time to set up a personal meeting. You may need two to three meetings before you can give a nod for the project.

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How to Turn a Website Into a Money Machine




Making money online requires four major elements.

1) A product or service that people are willing to pay for.

2) The technology infrastructure to enable prospects to find and interact with your business online.

3) Traffic bringing prospects to your site.

4) Converting those prospects into customers and collecting their money.

While all four elements need to be in place and working together in order to make money, the technology infrastructure is the most critical element because it supports the other three and creates the leverage that enables individuals to make five, six and even seven figure incomes from their home based businesses.

The biggest misconception about the technology needed to make money is that having a website is enough. Nothing could be further from the truth.

A website is simply the first, albeit the most important, element required to make money. Typically a website consists of a hosting account (where one leases space on a web server), a URL or web address, and a few pages of information or sales copy about the product or service being offered.

However, to turn a website into a real online business requires the addition of a number of software applications to manage the various business functions required including: autoresponders for building a list, multimedia to improve sales and conversions, split-testing to measure and improve conversions, traffic tracking to optimize advertising and traffic strategies, credit card processing, and monitoring and reporting of critical business metrics.

Generally these are purchased as stand alone applications and added to a basic website in order to create a real online business. The total cost of all the additional technologies required is in the range of $2,000 to $4,000.

The major drawback to this approach is the time it takes to operate the online business, as it takes a great deal of time to jump from application to application to gather the operating data required to make operating decisions.

The solution to this problem is to retain a software engineer to connect, integrate and develop displays for the most important operating information. This can easily cost an additional $20,000 to $30,000.

The objective being to reduce the amount of time spent dealing with the technologies so more of your limited time can be invested in driving traffic and learning the important conversions skills required to convert prospects into customers.

Alex Mandossian, the uber successful Internet marketer said it best.

“The secret to making money online is Simple.

Don’t spend any more than 10% of your time dealing with the technologies so you can spend 90% on traffic and conversion because that’s where the money is made online.”

Then he finished with most important point.

“There’s no money in learning and managing the technologies, unless you want to be a webmaster.”

This means that you either need to hire a professional webmaster to set up and manage the technologies required to operate your online business (so you can focus on getting traffic and converting it into customers)… OR you need to get one of the integrated applications that provide all the technologies ready to go.

Not only do these applications combine all the technologies into one easy to use application that let’s you focus on traffic and conversion, but they cost 80% to 90% less than purchasing all the technologies separately.

Bottom line, the best way to turn your website into a money machine is to purchase one off the shelf. It’s far faster, much cheaper and will make you a lot more money.

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Roof Windows And Dormer Windows




Let´s say you do not like the petty skylights. You want some nice, large windows to let the most possible sunshine under your roof. In that case you can choose from the roof windows or the dormer windows. Which ones are the best? It depends.

The roof windows vs skylights

The roof window is something like large skylight. Actually there is no substantial difference between skylights and roof windows, nevertheless skylights usually refer to smaller surface. Both skylights and roof windows are installed aslant, to the surface of the sloped roof.

The roof windows advantages

The roof window offers better (and longer) illumination compared to the vertical, dormer window. In certain areas the difference can be as much as 40%.

As the slant roof windows are installed directly to the roof surface, no special frameworks are necessary and installation of the roof window is cheaper than the dormer window installation (less material, less work).

The roof windows disadvantages

The roof windows do not add any space to your loft or ceiling as they only copy the roof.

Also the view from the roof window is little limited compared to the dormer window view.

The dormer windows

The dormer windows refer to the vertically installed windows projecting out, from the sloped roof surface.

The dormer windows advantages

Dormer windows increase the space of your loft or ceiling.

The vertical viewing (dormer) window also offers better view as you are closer to the viewed object.

Last but not least, the dormer windows, as they lift the sloped part of the roof higher, improve the safety conditions of your ceiling or loft (means you will not hit your head when looking out of the dormer window, of course, if you comply with all standard recommendations for the dormer window placement and dimensions.

The dormer windows disadvantages

Unlike the slant roof window, the dormer window faces the direct daylight with smaller surface, therefor it lets less light in.

Also the dormer windows installation is usually more expensive and demanding on planning and sources than the slant roof window installation.

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Hang a Heavy Mirror and Keep It Centered on Your Wall




Hanging a heavy mirror on the wall is not as same as hanging a small painting or a piece of décor. It may seem more difficult than it is when you try it yourself. You need to decide the right anchor and make sure that the mirror is not going askew to create any trouble. But before hanging anything heavy such as a mirror, you need to decide what type of wall you need to have. Since each type of wall requires a different anchor, it is not pretty simple to make your choices.

Let us consider a few steps necessary to hang a heavy mirror and keep it centered on the wall, these steps will serve as a guide for you to avoid costly mistakes and create more space into your rooms.

Most Important Considerations

To know what type of wall you have is the most important thing you must know before starting any type of installation on the wall including mirrors or decoration pieces. The goal of hanging these things is to provide elegance to your room instead of creating a mess; every type of wall behaves differently than other whether it is a brick wall or a drywall. Each type of wall also need a different set of anchors or supporting hardware to properly lift the weight of a large mirror. Therefore the consideration of placing the hook in the right place is most important. As compared to small mirrors, the full length mirrors need more care because they are expensive and more delicate.

Preparation Steps

Step 1

First of all, determine the type of wall you have, for example, you can have a drywall, a masonry or a plaster wall. Push a tack into the wall and find out if it is a drywall or not; if it goes inside easily, it is a drywall.

Step 2

A hanging mirror must have a strong frame, a new mirror is safe to install when it already has a hardware attached. In case of an old mirror that does not have a hardware attached, you can use the frame with angle brackets to suit your needs.

Step 3

The next step would be to weigh the mirror, for weighing the mirror, the bathroom ruler would work just fine or you can use a scale. On the packing of hardware, the weight limits are listed to make things more informative for you to help you make a better choice.

Step 4

Pick the right spot to hang the mirror on the wall. Locating the mirror above the stud is helpful but not necessary with the right anchor. Always mark the center of the stud and keep in mind not to attach it near a light bulb, switch or an outlet.

Read the guide provided by the electrical outlet devices to locate the wall switches more effectively.

Steps for Hanging the Mirror

A few steps you can follow to hang a mirror using hooks and make hanging more useful. Let us guide through the process.

Step 1

Hold the mirror in place and keep it close to eye level. Now close to the center of the top edge, put a mark on the wall with a painter’s tape or a pencil. Take a caution here that you may need a helper if the mirror is heavy.

Step 2

On the back of the mirror, you will probably see the D-rings on the wire or a hook. You can hang the rings or wire from the hooks on the wall.

Step 3

To get the right space between the hooks, stick to a piece of tape and mark the space between D-rings.

Step 4

In step 1, you marked a line. Measure down from the mark and transfer the distance to the wall.

Step 5

Now mark the location for the hook mounting holes by centering your level on the wall.

Step 6

Secure the hardware to the stud if you are in line with it. If you are not in line with the stud, then try using a wall anchor.

Step 7

Some large mirrors can scratch the wall, you can add bumpers to the bottom of the mirrors so that wall does not get damaged by scratching.

Step 8

Now is the time to gently hang the mirror, use hooks already installed in the wall and push the mirror into them gently.

Tips for Centering a Mirror on the Wall

We came across with professional ideas on how to place a mirror at the right place on the wall and considered the points to complete an installation effectively. Now, the remaining part of the discussion will focus on the centering of the mirror on the wall to make it look pleasing to the eyes. Centering the mirror horizontally or vertically are the two choices you can make; both may work at certain spaces. You can install a beautiful framed or frameless mirror, either way, depending upon your ceiling height.

1. Horizontally Centering the Mirror

• Measure the width of the wall from either end and divide it into two.

• Utilize tape to measure up from the floor to 57 inches which are standard installation height.

• Measure from the hook of the frame at the back to the top of the frame.

• Create two more marks on the wall i.e. 57-inch mark on the wall 2 inches and another mark 55 inches off the floor.

• Finally install the frame to this third mark, with it, the top of the frame will be exactly 57 inches.

2. Vertically Centering the Mirror

Vertically centering the mirrors can take up the following steps:

• Measure the width of the wall with a tape and divide this number with two; this way you mark the center horizontal point on the wall.

• Measure the height of the wall and note this halfway point on the wall with a slightly darker mark.

• Now measure the height of the frame and divide this by two again on the back of the frame with a pencil.

• Measure up from the center of the wall and mark this spot as ‘x’ on the wall.

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Renovating The Game Room With Cork Flooring




In some grand design scheme, builders constantly put the family room, often known as the game room, directly above the living room or master bedroom. This means the sound of running feet, blaring movies and incessant beeps from video games travel through the thin floor boards and into the rooms where adults are trying to watch television or enjoy something resembling peace and quiet.

Granted, the vast majority of the time playrooms are carpeted, which does offer some insulation from sound and noise, but there are even better options for parents seeking to quiet the pitter patters of little feet overhead – cork flooring.

Naturally Insulating

Cork is one of nature’s perfect designs. Cork is actually comprised of interlocking chambers with tough walls surrounding pockets of air. This design makes the material spongy yet durable. It is also naturally insulating and resistant to moisture. Cork has been used in wine bottles for millennia, and in more recent centuries, cork has also been used to create flooring tiles.

Cork Flooring

Cork flooring tiles are simple to install, attractive with their unique texture and finishing, and best of all – a soft surface to cushion footsteps and block a great deal of noise. This is perfect for play rooms and game rooms. Not only is cork flooring great for the peace and quiet sought by parents, it is also easier to clean than carpet and just as comfortable for lounging and running.

Cork flooring has a natural give that doesn’t mat down or get dirty over time. It is also finished and sealed, so any spills wipe up quickly and easily which is always a plus in rooms children frequent. And if cork flooring tiles on the floor aren’t enough sound insulation, you can actually use them on the walls as well to create a quiet, yet attractively unusual look in your room.

Installing Cork Flooring

Installing cork flooring is no more complicated than installing laminate flooring. Perhaps it is even easier as cork flooring tiles come in squares rather than long strips which may mean less cutting and trimming as you install.

Pull up the carpet and remove any nails or tacks from the subflooring. The simplest cork flooring tiles to install are interlocking in the same way laminate flooring is, but some tiles require adhesive. If you are installing cork flooring yourself opt for interlocking tiles. Lay out tiles beforehand if you are not confident in how the finished product will fit, especially if you are using alternating colors or patterns.

Once you are sure you know how the tiles will lay, start installing in one corner of the room and work steadily across until you’ve worked your way out of the room completely. Be sure to include a vapor barrier in the form of a plastic sheet under the tiles. You can secure the tiles by locking them together at the seam according to the manufacturer’s directions and carefully cut or trim tiles to fit in the corners or edges of the room.

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Review of Zalman ZM-MFC3 Fan Controller





Fan controllers have been around for ages it seems. These are products intended for true PC hardware enthusiasts who enjoy optimizing their systems to the max. Zalman was one of the pioneers in this sector with its famous ZM-MFC1, a device that only allowed us to control fan rotating speed. The concept of a 5.25″ panel from which you could control all your fans directly was very well received by modders and PC builders. The unit which I will be taking a closer look at today is a much more evolved product compared to Zalman’s first attempt. The average score for the Zalman ZM-MFC3 is currently 76% but the voices are somewhat inkoherent.

Zalman ZM-MFC3 is the natural evolution of the ZM-MFC2. Both have the same functionality, the only real changes are the design of the unit and how the data is displayed on the screen.

Here are the specifications of the ZM-MFC3:


– Visualization of real time power usage

– Alarm system in case a fan stops

– Timer: it indicates the time of use of the computer

Dimensions: 147 x 87 x 42 mm (fits in a 5,25″ bay)

Supported fans: 4 altogether, 3 with 3 pin connectors and 1 with a 4 pin (PWM) connector

Method of regulation of the fans: Voltage for the 3 pin fans and PWM for the 4 pin fans

Voltage scale: Measures from 10W to 999W


The Rehobus ZM-MFC3 comes in a cardboard box of rather small dimensions with a quite sober design. Already from viewing the box we can get a preview of the most important functions of the ZM-MFC3. I like that Zalman has included a detailed showcase of the main functions on the backside of the box.

When I opened the box I found the unit itself in an antistatic plastic bag. All the accessories were located in a white box and there was also a rather extensive manual which was located under the fan controller. The accessories that Zalman has included are; 4 cables for connecting to the fans (3 with 3 pin connectors and one with a 4 pin PWM connector); 4 temperature sensors; a PCI bracket with a CVS connector for measuring the power and some screws for the installation of the unit.


Zalman ZM-MFC3 is a quite small device (147 x 87 x 42 mm) which fits perfectly into a 5.25″ expansion bay. The depth of the unit is not even half of a normal DVD drive. It has a rather sober and elegant design I think.

There are two stickers on the top side of the ZM-MFC3. They hold information about of the serial number and model of the unit.

The front of the ZM-MFC3 is very simple. The only two elements of interest are the screen and the button/wheel.

All the connections are located in the back of the unit. From left to right there are 3 connectors for 3 pin fans and a 4 pin PWM connector. To the right of the fan connectors there are 4 connectors for the temperature sensors. Then there’s a CVS connector for the voltage measurements. Farthest to the right, there’s a DC power connector.


In spite of my first impression, the installation of the ZM-MFC3 wasn’t too complicated since the connectors are easy to identify and the corresponding cables couldn’t be fitted anywhere else.

The most problematic thing I had to confront was the connection of the power consumption meter which involved several steps. First I connected the CVS cable to the ZM-MFC3 and then I installed the PCI bracket in my case, then I connected the watt meter to the power supply and finally I connected the USB connector from the watt meter to the PCI bracket.

Yes, they are many connections, but with a little patience the installation is fairly easy. Once the installation was finished I turned on my PC and directly there was o ton of information on the Rheobus panel. It was really refreshing that I didn’t have to install any software on my PC to get the readings.

The presentation of the information is fairly clear and as Zalman says; the visualization of the panel is excellent from any angle which is great because you are rarely directly in front of you PC. With the clear display a swift glance at the panel is enough to register the readouts from it.

Now you might be asking; what about controlling the speed of the fans? It’s truly a piece of cake, just push and hold the wheel in for three seconds to enter the correct mode. Then you choose fan by pushing the wheel button until you have selected the one you which to alter. Finally, to change the speed of the fan, you turn the wheel in the desired direction.


Zalman has yet again proved why their products are so popular amongst consumers in the PC hardware segment. The ZM-MFC3 is an excellent product. It excels in terms of design, function, connectivity, presentation of the information and its relative simplicity.

The functions that Zalman ZM-MFC3 offers are quite extensive and very useful. I would have loved to be able to read out some more interesting info from it like the CPU and memory frequency etc. The display is really clear, both in terms of the visibility and how the information is arranged.

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Protecting The Car With A Garage Or A Car Cover?




When winter comes along, many people think that cars now belong indoors. They know that leaving a car outdoors unprotected is not an option. It is a recipe for disaster. Any car that is left parked outside, without any form of protection, is guaranteed to get wrecked in some way or another. The fact remains; a car that is uncovered has a shorter life expectancy.

So the question remain, what form of protection to provide? There is a choice of two forms of protection; a garage, or a car cover. Both have their own advantages and disadvantages. They must be weighed up by the individual, to see which is the better of the two for him.

The advantage of garages is that when parked in a garage, the car is completely closed off from any form of weather condition, and therefore cannot, in any way, be harmed by them. Garages are also very convenient for the car owner, as he always know where his car is parked, and never has to search for a space. Another advantage of garages is that they can be used by anyone. More or less any car can drive into the garage and be protected.

However, the disadvantages of having a garage largely lie in the money and space involved. Garages are expensive to build as they are not merely three wall and a door. There is more to a garage, and the money mounts up. Aside from this, a lot of people simply do not have the space to build a garage. Even if they did, they would much prefer to use that space for extending the house, rather than building a room to keep a car over night.

In addition, when a car is stored in a garage it is not dust and dirt free. Whilst the garage may be able to protect it from the detriments of nature, and car thieves, the car is still exposed to dust and dirt, and hence will still need constant cleaning.

Car covers:
The main advantage of car covers is the how compact they are. Car covers, when not in use, can be folded up and tucked away,out of sight. They can even be stored in the trunk of the car. This enables the car owner to take it along with him wherever he goes, so that he and his car are always covered. This is something that garages can never have – portability.

Car cover are also inexpensive, and cost effective. Cover covers are a drop in the bucket compared to the expense of a garage, and they also provide excellent coverage and protection. In fact they will even protect the car from dust and dirt, unlike garages. They will be able to save the car owner hundreds of dollars over the years that would have otherwise been used for cleaning, polishing and repairs.

On the other hand, the good car covers only come custom-made. This means that they are designed to fit the one car, perfectly. The cover will fit the car like a glove, maximising the protection, but it means that no other car can use it. Thus, it cannot be shared amongst family and friends, and when a new car is bought, the cover needs to be changed too.

In addition, car covers are not as sturdy as garages. Yes they will be able to protect the car from just about everything, including knocks and scrapes. Covers absorb the impact without leaving a mark on the car itself. However this is on a small scale, and should there be a more fierce collision, the cover will be inept at shielding the car.

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Five Indoor Gardening Tips




Indoor gardening is just as exciting and fun as shopping to furnish your home. Like furniture, plants provide your home with an aesthetic value. In addition, adding flowers and plants to your home help cleanse the air by producing oxygen and utilizing carbon dioxide. Here are five important gardening tips to help optimize the health and aesthetic benefits inside your home.


Don’t make the mistake of thinking that all plants need a lot of water. Thinking this way may cost you the health of your plan. Each plant is different in its needs and depending on the variety may only need minimal watering. Make sure you do a little research about the particular plant that you choose to garden in your home.


Most people don’t even think about the conditions of the air in their home when considering their plants. Not only is the humidity important for humans, it is equally important for your plants. Two things you could do that may help are: spray your plants with a fine mist of water in the morning and keep the leaves dust-free by wiping them off with a damp cloth.


There’s a plethora of different colors, styles and sizes of flower pots to choose from, which can be very pleasing to eye. Make sure that whatever type and/or quality you choose the pot is clean and the soil is fresh before placing your new plants into it. This one step will help you to avoid infections to your plant and certainly encourage a healthy growth.


Different species of plants require different fertilizations. Indoor gardening soil with added fertilizers can be purchased from your local hardware store. Make certain that you don’t make the mistake of over- fertilizing. This can lead to the death of your plants. With the right amount of water, light and humidity, extra fertilizer may not be required. Research your specific plant to prevent disaster.


Let’s face it, mostly all plants need light. Not only do humans require sunlight, but the health of indoor garden will depend on it. Open the blinds and let the sun shine in. It’s really that simple. Never substitute the rays from sun with fluorescent lighting. You and your indoor garden will benefit from nature’s gift.

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The Benefits Of Carpet Cleaning




Carpets are a highly popular flooring option for homes because they’re warm and soft and make the whole family feel welcome and at home. Clean carpets are central to this feeling, and vacuuming, even as frequently as once a week, isn’t enough to keep carpets truly clean through the wearing activities of the day. Regular home life demands a lot from carpets, and professional carpet cleaning is the best way to keep them in great condition. There are many benefits of carpet cleaning, not the least of which is that it contributes to the great feeling everyone gets from walking barefoot on freshly cleaned carpets. Call today for your personal, professional carpet cleaning consultation and let the experts show you how your home can seem new again through clean carpets.

There is a thought that professional carpet cleaning uses damaging chemicals, but this isn’t the case. Modern carpet cleaning methods, specifically hot water extraction, uses water heated to more than 200 degrees Fahrenheit to remove dirt and particles and clean the carpets. The pressurized water loosens stains, dirt and other mites, which is all removed through the industrial vacuuming equipment. Hot water extraction is also entirely soap free, safe for all carpets and, most importantly, is safe for kids, pets and the environment. There is no residue left behind and your carpets will feel healthy and pure. In addition, hot water extraction carpet cleaning is safe for all types of carpets, from shag to berber to carpets with decorative patterns. Modern carpet cleaning methods will not upset the delicate fibers of your carpets and will actually help them look new longer.

One of the main benefits of professional carpet cleaning is that it reduces the level of allergens in your home. Carpet attracts bits and pieces that come in from the windows, which fall from shoes or enter the home in any amount of ways. Carpet is almost like a filter because it keeps all those particles snug within its fibers. However, when kids and pets lay on the carpet they’re getting close to those sometimes harmful particles, and vacuuming can even bring them close to the carpet surface without removing them, causing allergy flare ups and irritations. Professional carpet cleaning thoroughly removes all of these particles for a clean and healthy floor you’ll feel good about letting your kids get close to.

The same particles that cause allergies in your family can also cause depreciation to your carpet fibers. Dirt, stains and microscopic materials can get wedged in your carpeting and wear the fibers down, especially in high traffic areas where particles are being stamped in more frequently. Eventually, those particles will cause visible wear in addition to a distinct roughness under bare feet, and in time the carpeting will need to be replaced. Stains have the same adverse effects and are highly visible, even after the application of store bought carpet cleaners. Professional carpet cleaning completely removes stains and dirt from your carpets and will extend the lifespan of your carpeting, keeping it looking new longer and saving you from having to replace it prematurely.

Homeowners today are just as interested in the environmental consequences of their actions as they are about the effects of the products they use, and professional carpet cleaning meets all expectations. The hot water extraction method accepted by professional carpet cleaners is eco friendly because it relies on extremely hot temperatures to loosen particles, remove stains and sanitize carpets. Even the conditioners, stain removers and protectors used in certain carpets are environmentally friendly, and wash away neatly. There is no residue left behind in your carpets and nothing polluting to the environment, so homeowners can relax knowing their clean carpets are not at the expense of the planet. Green carpet cleaning is a celebrated and highly effective home cleaning method that can be used on every carpet type, every home and for every family.

One of the greatest benefits of modern professional carpet cleaning methods is that they practically eliminate the drying period for all types of carpets, reducing it down to just one hour. With hot water extraction cleaning, the water and all of the particles and dirt with it are entirely removed because of the industrial suctioning equipment, so there’s nothing left behind. Not only does this give carpets the truest clean, it means carpets will be ready for furniture and regular life in no time. There’s also no risk of mold or mildew build up because there’s no dampness. Carpets are clean and fresh through and through, and will remain soft and fluffy for many months to come.

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