CARE & MAINTENANCE guides

With just the right amount of proper care and cleaning you can enjoy your new investment for years to come. Click one of the product categories below to download our care and maintenance guides with more information relating to your product.

area rugs & runners

The best thing you can do to extend the life of your newly purchased rug is to use an area rug pad. This will not only keep your area rug from sliding around, which can cause premature wear, but it can also prevent stains and scratches to the surface beneath the area rug.

tile & natural stone

Most tile and natural stone products are typically easy to care for and maintain. However, it is important to note that some may require some more maintenance than others. Making sure that you are fully aware of the recommended care and maintenance guides for your specific product will allow you to keep your new installation looking beautiful for years to come.

carpet

Today's manufacturing technologies have made carpet an extremely durable product for any home, making care and maintenance easier than most homeowners would think. With the right vacuum and a few other tips your new carpet will stay clean and comfortable for everyone in your family to enjoy.

hardwood

Hardwood floors bring earthy, warm beauty to your home. They are durable and with proper care they can last for decades. One of the most important and essential care tips for any hardwood floor (solid or engineered) is to do your best to prevent gritty dirt and particle buildups that could scratch the surface.

laminate & vinyl

Laminate and vinyl floors bring you the look of wood and stone without some of the hassle of traditional maintenance. Routine cleaning and preventative measures to make sure loose dirt and grit don’t scratch the flooring surface make maintaining your new floors as easy as 1-2-3!

window treatments

Hunter Douglas window treatments are designed to require minimal care and cleaning. However it is recommended that you read about the specific care and cleaning guidelines for your specific product to prolong the life of your window treatments.