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Dyes are found in many foods, drinks, and other items, such as magic markers, health and beauty products, cleaning solutions, and decorative items. Here are our PRO tips for getting dye stains out of carpet.

Choosing a stone restoration contractor by comparing bids based on price only can be a costly mistake. Here are three tips for comparing stone restoration bids.

Before you make the mistake of renting a carpet cleaning machine to save a few bucks, read on to learn why DIY machines may not be a good choice. DIY machines are heavy, awkward and messy. But more importantly they...

Why Pool Decks Turn Green and Black

What is that green and black stuff that grows on pool decks? Read this article to learn what it is, how to remove it, and how to minimize the likelihood of future discoloration.

Carpet Cleaning

Chances are you have heard the well-intended but ill-advised suggestion to choose carpeting that hides dirt so there will be less vacuuming and professional cleaning required. This article explains why this is bad and potentially costly advice.

Red Wine Stains

For red wine spills, as well as many other types of spills, the spot removal method is pretty simple. Use dry, white, clean cloths or paper towels to blot the spill and absorb excess liquid. Moisten with water and repeat...

Complete Countertop Guide

Thinking about purchasing new countertops? You're going to love the SurpHace BUZZ magazine Kitchen Countertop edition! When you begin your search for the right countertop material for your new kitchen, it is important to educate yourself on all your options...

Carpet cleaning

Before and after carpet cleaning, our technicians do a walk-through. This article demystifies the walk through process, letting you know what to expect and why.

Limestone Care

For anyone considering having limestone installed, as well as anyone with an existing installation, read this article to learn where limestone works best, why limestone is not suitable for wet areas, and how to care for limestone.

Gum on the carpet

Removing clingy, sticky chewing gum from carpet may seem like a nightmarish task, but it can be easier than one might imagine. Here are a few methods to try.