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Tips and Tricks: Pay once, Pay Twice

Currently, everyone looks for the best deals. We are constantly searching store by store for the best prices on food, clothing, etc, and then using coupons on top of that to pay the minimum amount possible. But is this always the best things to do?

A lot of the times we hear clients complain that they just got their carpets done and they already look bad. They are always trying to find the best deals and that is not always a good thing. We recommend doing your research before each time you have anybody do a service in your home. Lets face it, you do not want to pay twice for the same service when you could only have to pay for it once and it be done the right way.

At complete care systems we pride ourselves in getting the job done right the first time. Our encapsulation cleaning systems allows us to clean your carpets the right way. Our systems uses ten times less water than steam cleaning, which means less chance of mold and mildew under your carpets. And did we mention it smells fresher for a longer period of time?

If you want the job done right the first time call complete care systems at 727.364.5158 or check us out at


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Tips and Tricks: Six Questions

When having anything done in your home you should feel comfortable, especially if you have children. That is why Complete Care Systems has come up with a list of six important questions you should ask before any carpet cleaner comes to your home.

1 Are they licensed and insured? Let’s face it, anybody can buy a carpet cleaning machine and say they clean carpets for a living. Before you get your carpets cleaned make sure you ask them about their license and insurance. You can also request a copy for when they come to your house. Any good company wouldn’t bat an eye at the request.

2 Are they back ground checked? To work for a company, especially a small business, employees do not have to be background checked. A good resource to check for background checks would be Angies List or Ask The Seal. They will show you the current background check for each employee. Make sure to ask which employee will be coming to your house.

3 Do they offer free estimates? Any good and confident company wouldn’t charge anything to come and take a look and answer any questions you may have.

4 Are their prices fixed? At Complete Care Systems we pride ourselves in doing the best job with no upselling. What we tell you is your price!

5 Do they offer a full money back guarantee? Any confident company will offer a full money back guarantee if you are not satisfied. Some companies may even go above that and come fix the problem for you.

6 Do they use the most powerful cleaning system available? Ask the technician or the person who answers your call any questions regarding their system. You will know if theirs is the best based off of their answer.

Make sure you keep these six questions in mind when hiring your next cleaning service. To have all of these questions and more answered call Complete Care Systems at 727.354.5158 and visit our website at

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Tips and Tricks: Carpet Fibers

As home owners we always want to find the things to make our house look good, but are always easy to clean. This includes our carpets. We are constantly asked by friends and neighbors during home renovations what the easiest ones to clean are. This opened up a great door to write a blog for everyone to see the top four types of carpet that we recommend for easy cleaning.

1. Polyester Carpets. These carpets are the best because they are able to hold bright, dramatic colors over long periods of time. They are non-allergenic and the material is made from recycles plastic bottles. This allows them to be eco-friendly as well as efficient for cleaning purposes. The only downside to them being made from recycled plastic is that the fibers can be flatted over time from a lot of weight. This makes it bad for high traffic areas.

2. Polypropylene Carpets. Polypropylene is extremely durable and very soft. It is resistant to stains, mildew, and shedding. Because the fibers are so resilient, they allow the carpets to be easily cleaned by any home owner.

3. Wool Carpets. The softest carpet fiber you can find, it is natural, luxurious, and long lasting. The downfall is that the low grade wool is more susceptible to stains while the high grade wool is very very expensive. Most manufacturers will combine wool with synthetic fibers so you can get the softness of the wool with the easy cleaning fibers that you want.

4. Cut Carpet Piles. This method of carpet piles tends to look very nice and is very easy to clean; probably more easy than any of the above. The only downfall is that the ridged nature make it easier to see foot marks and vacuum marks. It is also easier to see wear and tear so home owners usually have to replace this type of carpeting more often.

No matter what type of carpets you choose, Complete Care Systems can clean them and make them look great! Call today for an estimate 727.364.5158 or visit our website at

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Tips and Tricks: Flu Season

It’s that time of year again! The emails go out to teachers and parents telling them that students are starting to get the flu. Here at Complete Care Systems we thought we would share some tips and tricks on how to avoid the flu this year.

1. Get a flu shot. This is hands down the best thing to do for yourself during flu season. No doctor will tell you not to get the flu shot.

2. Wash your hands constantly. Our general rule is to wash your hands as much as you can stand and then some more. Scrubbing for 20 seconds or more will help fight against sickness. My daughter has her preschool class sing their ABCs as a time keeper. I may have caught her doing it a couple of times at home as well.

3. If you cannot get to soap and water during certain times of the day consider carrying alcohol based hand sanitizer. Wal Greens usually has good deals on it around this time of year. Remember, there is no substitute for hand washing, but use this in times of need.

4. Stay away from sick people. I know, easier said than done, especially for teachers. If at all possible keep your distance from those who are sick.

5. Keep a clean environment. Disinfect hard surfaces at least twice a day as well as doorknobs and light switches. We use bleach and water or Clorox wipes. Both seem to work great.

6. Finally, try to keep a healthy lifestyle. Eating “clean” and being active on a day to day basis will help in the fight against sickness throughout the year.

Being sick, especially when we have families, is rough. Knowing how to help prevent disease within your family is a good step towards keeping your home happy and healthy.