By using 4 simple materials and 4 household tools, homeowners can fix damaged carpet without having to call in a service company to do it for them.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) August 10, 2013
Seattle-based carpet and flooring company, Carpet to Go, is helping consumers take care of their carpets with a new article posted on their blog. Linked to TV host Amy Matthews’ tutorial on the same topic, it offers simple steps to keeping carpet in good condition.
By using 4 simple materials and 4 household tools, homeowners can fix damaged carpet without having to call in a service company to do it for them. The procedure is cheap and easy, and it delivers stellar results. Any homemaker who is serious about impressive floors and carpets will find this method a time- and money-saver.
The article concludes with three tips to make the process easier than ever. By following these, a DIY homemaker will no longer have to worry about spots and blemishes in carpeting. Carpets will look marvelous without great effort or large sums of money invested into them.
About Carpet to Go:
Carpet to Go is a professional carpeting and flooring company with three locations across the state of Washington. Their business motto is to offer quality on a budget, treat every customer with the sincere respect, and make customers for life. These principles permeate the core philosophies of the company, and they have adhered to this mission for 20 years.