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Dri-Plan 3.0 now available

The industry's best, most complete field monitoring solution just got even better.


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Seal of Approval Program endorsed by Danish Trade Association

The Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI) has welcomed a new international adopter of its rigorous Seal of Approval (SOA) testing and certification program for carpet cleaning products and equipment.


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Rug Summit VIII to hit Chicago

Next gathering for rug cleaners to share unique ideas is September 17-19, 2014.


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March 2014

Better Wood Floorcare

It’s a growing industry. Don’t be left behind.
Bill Griffin

The increasing use of wood flooring in residential and commercial applications presents a growing and profitable market for carpet cleaners who educate themselves regarding the cleaning, maintenance and refinishing these surfaces.


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March 2014

Getting Financed

Seven important components to smarter acquisition of equipment.
Phillip Bruno

Most carpet cleaning and restoration business owners and managers are familiar with equipment leasing and financing, but may not know the kinds of specific information they need to make the best financing decisions for their investments in equipment or software.


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Distributors to host HydraMaster Day events

HydraMaster is pleased to announce a new series of educational events and customer celebrations to be held in over 40 locations throughout North America in 2014.


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Five reasons to consider a vapor cleaning machine

According to Advanced Vapor Technologies (AVT) there are five top reasons to purchase a premium steam vapor machine.


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New owners for family-owned business

A family-owned company will continue under new owners who are injecting capital and modernizing business practices, with the goal of doubling or tripling sales in five years.


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November 2013 Technical Tips

Gearing up for Granite

The basic requirements for cleaning, maintenance and (eventually) restoration.
Bill Griffin

Granite is often used for countertops, flooring, walls, building exteriors, sculptures, monuments, fountains and headstones. These are all opportunities for service and profit once you become comfortable working on granite.


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November 2013

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