Are Your Hardwood Floors in Dire Need of Attention

Originally posted on Brooks Vacuum and Flooring Products:
Are Your Hardwood Floors in Dire Need of Attention? One question we get asked a lot, is, ” Can anything be done about my hardwood floors?” Hardwood floors are in need of  surface maintenance throughout their lifetime, the same as vinyl, carpet, ceramic, and a host of…

We have what you’ve been looking for! Don’t wait, the best won’t last!

https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=437953643076244&view=page Take a look at our showroom changes in the pictures. We have opened up an area to have an excess stuff sale and the pictures will help you start shopping. Best to come in right away to see the best selection. Keep tabs on us as we plan to add more to the mix.… Read More

The Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI) – Debunking Carpet Cleaning Myths

http://www.carpet-rug.org/About-CRI/CRI-Blog/December-2013/Debunking-Carpet-Cleaning-Myths.aspx

Do We Really Have to Get Rid of Our Comfortable Carpet?

Do We Really Have to Get Rid of Our Comfortable Carpet?.

Not All Tile Installations Are The Same Even Though it May Appear That Way

This is true of most things in construction or in product, that what appears to be is the same. Tile floors are no exception to this misconception when it comes to the actual final outcome. Not all suppliers and trades go the distance for a host of reasons, to produce the best result. Budget constraints,… Read More

Moisture Testing of Concrete Slabs, Who is Ultimately Responsible.

Jul 19, 2014 This article was inspired by the question, Should Moisture testing of concrete slabs be the job of installers or General Contractors? By, B.T Burton on the Flooring Installers Group Ultimately in our shift the blame world for responsibility, it is thought well of, to find reasons why everyone down the chain of… Read More

What To Do Next, Are Your Hardwood Floors in Dire Need of Attention

What to do next, Hardwood Re-Coat or Refinish. Hardwood maintenance keeps your flooring in premium condition, however, the time comes when further attention needs to be considered, due to marks, scuffs, thinning of the finish in high traffic areas, moisture damage, pet claw marks, indents from high heels, furniture moving and a host of other… Read More

Money Saving Tips For Vacuum Care

Originally posted on Brooks Vacuum and Flooring Products:
“Tips To Keep Your Vacuum in Good Operating Condition” Keep your vacuum at peak operating performance by following these helpful tips. Bags 
Change your vacuum bag when it’s 2/3 full or once a month, whichever comes first. An overfull bag reduces your vacuum’s ability to clean. Always…