Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Carpet Dents

carpet dent
Happy New Year from your friends at King’s Cleaning Solutions! We hope your resolutions are coming through successfully and are on track to meet your goals. We have also set a resolution for the upcoming year: We want to provide you and your family even better customer service than we have in years past. This means even more attention to details and minor parts of our industry that will set us apart.

We all know that carpet can make a home look great. One of the biggest drawbacks to carpet is heavy furniture can sit on carpet and cause dents and damage. This is a real problem, but it is one that can be avoided with a few simple tricks and techniques from your friends at King’s Cleaning Solutions.


Whether you are building a new house or installing fresh carpet in your existing home, taking a few extra steps to keep your carpet from being ruined and resisting damage is not that difficult. Some carpet varieties, berber is a good one, are tightly woven or lower than some carpet and as such resist dents better than their other counterparts. You can also elect to use padding underneath your carpet for additional support.


We all know the coasters used under glasses and cups designed to keep water from staining end tables and the like, but there are also coasters available for furniture. The large, flat design helps spread the weight across a larger surface, making coasters perfect for sofas and tables.


Moving your furniture every so often can make a difference for your carpet’s long term durability. You don’t have to move furniture often – annually should be good enough. This is also a great way to keep your home looking new and fresh, something that never gets old in a home.

Are you looking for a new partner in your home carpet care? Is one of your resolutions to take better care of your home and carpets? King’s Cleaning Solutions would love to be a part of your new year’s resolutions by providing you with quality carpet care. Contact us; let us be your partner.

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