Why is cheap carpet not worth it?

When it comes to carpeting, it can be tempting to go for the cheapest option available. After all, carpet is just a floor covering – how different can one brand or style really be from another? However, the old adage “you get what you pay for” definitely holds true when it comes to carpet. Cheap … Read More

Synthetic versus wool carpeting

Synthetic carpeting and wool carpeting are two popular options for flooring, each with their own unique set of characteristics and benefits. If you’re considering installing new carpeting in your home, it’s important to consider the pros and cons of both synthetic and wool options in order to make the best decision for your needs. Synthetic … Read More

How to Care For Your Carpet

When it comes to maintaining your carpet, one of the most critical areas of focus is the traffic areas. If ground in soil is not removed on a regular basis, the traffic areas will begin to wear excessively. The dirt is extremely abrasive against the fibers of the carpet as you walk back and forth … Read More

Which Cleaning Method is the Best?

Unless you’re in the cleaning industry, we know it’s tough to get excited about the need to clean your carpets, rugs and other furnishings. At Chase, we understand how you feel. So we try our best to make the cleaning process as seamless for you as we can. It’s our desire to get in and … Read More

Winter Sandpaper and Spring Cleaning

Winter snow brings with it’s melting a lot of dirt, dirt that is tracked in from through the garage that ran off the car and tires. It takes 4 steps at least to knock that dirt off your shoes before you walk into your home. Always best to have a walk-off mat to 4-8 feet … Read More

Shrinking or Stretching of Textiles is not Uncommon

Do you ever wonder why some upholstery fabric and rugs stretch, shrink or ripple? If it is a natural fiber, the textile isn’t shrinking, it’s actually swelling due to the highly absorbent natural fiber backing yarns (wool, cotton, linen, ray- on, jute, etc.) when wet. Enlarged yarns require more space from the outer perimeter of … Read More