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" I highly recommend Dr Green! No Smells no odors or harsh chemicals. They did an amazing Job getting my carpet to look like new again. I had a 1 yr. old Brunswick Stew stain that came right up!"

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01
Feb

Apartment Communities Love Dr Green Carpet Care too!

Written by drgreen. Posted in GREEN TIPS

Consult Dr. Green for Those Stubborn Stains

Posted on January 30, 2012 By Jennifer Brancaccio 

People and animals are messy beings, there’s no doubt about it. Children and pets especially can really leave a mark on carpets. Why spend hours scrubbing and spreading a stubborn stain on your carpet here at The Oaks of Briarcliff Apartments when you can call a professional?

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23
Jan

Home water heater effeciency tips

Written by drgreen. Posted in GREEN TIPS

Six or so years ago, when I purchased my current home, I quickly realized that I had purchased the world's most energy inefficient home! Okay; so I'm exaggerating a bit... Well, I've been slowly but surely making my home more energy efficient as time passes.

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13
Jan

Top 4 Green Carpet Cleaning Myths

Written by drgreen. Posted in GREEN TIPS

1)   Green carpet cleaning solutions do not clean as well as the regular chemicals?

Technology has increased greatly in the world of green cleaning. Plant based solutions that are biodegradable can clean just as well, or even better than some of the harsher chemicals being used.

2)   Going green costs too much…

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09
Dec

How to safely remove furniture depression marks (carpet dents) from your carpet.

Written by drgreen. Posted in GREEN TIPS

Howdy folks! Okay, this short little blog topic can potentially help a ton of people out there who suffer from this issue in their homes. It’s the dreaded, furniture depression marks (carpet dents) that manifest in your carpet when you try to rearrange your furniture. Well, the best way to avoid dealing with the depressions

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30
Nov

Why Green?

Written by drgreen.

 

Why Green?

 

That’s a great question… Being green can mean a lot of things for many people. Green can be tossing your cans, bottles, and paper in the bin for your weekly home recycling pickup service. Being green can mean that you’re vegetarian and only eat organic veggies. Being green can mean that you’ve eliminated most or all of your household chemicals and now you only use plant based solutions or simply microfiber cloths to do most of your cleaning. Green can mean starting a neighborhood garden where everyone is involved and can share the fruits (pun intended) of your labor.

 

Being green can mean all of these and more or simply doing one thing that reduces consumption and/or waste in our environment. I choose to be green for many reasons, what are yours?

 

STAY GREEN!

 

-Dr Green

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