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Cleaning Tips & Tricks for all Floor Surfaces

Wondering how often you should have your floors professionally cleaned? What about the maintenance in between services? The following guidelines should help you avoid common pitfalls caring for all types of floor surfaces and learn a few tricks too!


Hardwood, Engineered Wood or Laminate Wood Floors

  • For wood floors, use a light mist of water and flat mop with a micro fiber pad to clean for routine maintenance.
  • Stay away from any products that mention “leave a shine” on the label; these products leave coatings that embed dirt on floors and can open doors for expensive refinishing.
  • Schedule a professional cleaning once a year to prolong cleanliness and healthy floors. Be sure to perform routine maintenance to prevent dirt and particles from scratching the floors.
  • Place furniture protectors on the feet of all heavy furniture so if it’s bumped or scooted across the floor no damage will be done.
  • Keep rugs at doorways to help protect floors from grit and debris.



  • For carpet, the recommendation is to vacuum once a week per person in the household to maintain floors. Ex: A family of 4 should vacuum 4 times a week.
  • Use a company that does a steam cleaning and extraction for carpet cleaning. Most manufacturer warranties require a professional cleaning at least once a year.
  • For spills, blot the affected area with water only. Don’t use over the counter stain removal products.
  • Keep a damp towel on a stain until a professional can arrive, it will keep the stain from setting.
  • Apply carpet protectant at least once every year to keep it protected and preserve the life of your carpet.
  • To remove candle wax, place a power towel over the wax, and place a warm iron on top of the paper towel. The wax will melt into the paper towel. Repeat with clean paper towels until the wax is gone.


Tile & Grout

  • Don’t over use mop bucket water, it just spreads and leaves soil deposits. Always rinse with plain water to clear up any soap residue.
  • Sweep tile and grout at least twice a week.
  • Steam clean at least once a year to keep floor and grout lines looking their best.
  • Seal grout lines to protect from staining every three years.


If you ever have any questions concerning maintenance or cleaning process we are only a phone call away (214) 662-2300. Paneless is bonded and insured, licensed for both carpet and all stone cleaning and has twenty three years of experience to handle all your floor care needs.


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What is soft washing, can’t I just power wash?

When you have a dirty patio, deck, or roof you most often think of power washing as the only solution. However, the best solution depends on the type of surface to clean and what the condition of it is. Softer surfaces like slate, limestone, and stucco should be preserved and protected by soft washing due to their porous composition. Surfaces covered in mold or algae can be power washed and the mold and algae will be removed but it does not address the mold and algae spores that will just spread again. Soft washing kills the spores and keeps your surfaces clean for a longer duration. Surfaces commonly soft washed are:

  • Stucco
  • Limestone
  • Cast stone
  • Whole home rinsing
  • Roof cleaning & chimneys
  • Natural stones

So, what is soft washing? Soft washing uses low pressure and a high-water flow with added cleaning agents and surfactant to dissolve webs, dirt, and algae. Rather than using power washing that may clean but not kill algae, low pressure pumps are used to spray cleaning solutions. They are allowed a dwell time to activate, and then are rinsed thoroughly with soft pressure. Paneless has a multitude of formulas to handle a variety of stains including rust, grease, and mold. Don’t replace siding, stucco, and roofs due to discoloration without consulting with a trusted provider on the possibility of soft washing. Soft washing benefits are:

  • Kill mold & algae
  • Remove rust and stains
  • Disintegrate cobwebs & dirt daubers
  • No damage to wood or siding
  • Safe for all roof rinsing
  • Surfaces stay clean longer



Besides having the proper equipment and mixture of solutions, it is also necessary to preserve plant life. Plant washes and soaking methods are used before and after service to neutralize cleaning agents ensuring that your grass, shrubbery, and plants are not harmed. If this is something you feel unequipped to handle, we can make the experience “Paneless”.  Paneless Home Services is located in Dallas, Texas. Call (214) 662-2300.

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Tips & Tricks for Spring Cleaning & Checklist

Turning your to do list into a ta-done list!

It is the time of year to clean out closets, shred documents, and refresh your home. Nothing feels as great, or is more relaxing than enjoying a sparkling clean home. There are some tips and tricks to make this a less daunting task.  Did you know that mirrors and glass tables can be treated with a product that allows them to be dusted with just a microfiber towel to leave them with a streak-free clean for months?  Have you even been woken up by the smoke detector that needs new batteries and realize you don’t have a ladder to reach them? Let us help organize a schedule of maintenance for your home that will make your life easier. Some common items that don’t usually get regular attention because they require ladders, scaffolding, or back pack vacs are chandeliers, fans, and high dusting of ceilings. Paneless located in Dallas, Texas has all the equipment, certifications, and manpower to take these items of your to do list. To sweeten the deal, we are offering a 20% savings package when you book three or more services. Call us at (214) 662-2300 for details. Please find a checklist of services for your home below and wash away those winter blues to be ready for some spring and summer fun!


Exterior Maintenance Checklist:

Window cleaning and screens

Gutter cleaning and flush of downspouts

□ Cobwebbing

□ Porch Lamps

□ Rust removal

Power or soft  washing patios, driveways, pool decks


Interior Maintenance Checklist:

□ Interior windows

□ Chandelier polishing

□ Light bulb and battery changes

□ High Dusting

□ Mirrors and glass

□ Shower restoration and sealing

Blind and shutter cleaning

□ Natural stone countertops


Floor Maintenance Checklist:

□ Tile and grout cleaning and sealing

□ Hardwood floor cleaning and coating

□ Carpet cleaning

□ Garage floor cleaning

Marble honing and polishing

□ Natural stone cleaning





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Gutter Cleaning: To Clean Or Not To Clean

Gutter Cleaning Dallas, TXGutter Cleaning to Prevent Damage

Gutters are rarely noticed or thought about until there is a problem. Mature trees, roof shingles, and occasionally animals can all cause issues in gutters. Any large amount of debris that gets wet and builds over time can eventually cause sagging and displacement of gutters. Watch out for nesting, if you see birds it is a good idea to bird proof. Bird waste can build up and become compacted in your gutters. On top of being unsightly, they can begin to smell. There are products safe for both birds and the environment that will encourage nesting elsewhere. If you have clogged downspouts, rain can actually run over the top of gutters. This causes streaks on the gutter face and the back up causes damage to the wood. Gutter cleaning is recommended twice a year before fall and early winter. This clears the way for fall and then cleans them out before freezing and expansion present a problem in winter.

Gutter Protection Systems

Tired of worrying about gutter cleaning? Then consider a gutter protection system. They are expensive but most have a 20 year warranty. Gutter protection systems are a fan favorite because they are unseen and save the cost of routine cleaning. The science behind the product is that only the smallest of particles are allowed through the screens. Larger debris sit on top and should dry up and blow off leaving your gutters free flowing and protected. They prevent nesting, and keep other critters out as well. If you would like to see a demo of the product or want to keep it simple and just have routine maintenance, give Paneless a call for a free consultation.

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Professional Tips for Power Washing and Sealing

Pressure Washing

Summertime means spending more time outdoors by the barbecues and pools. Have you noticed stains, algae, or drab looking stonework and walkways? If so, now is the best time for pressure washing and sealing. You will want to choose a company with industrial grade washers and the proper tips to address different types of surfaces. Hiring an inexperienced company or attempting to do it yourself could lead to damages. The most common damages are  scarring of limestone, stucco, and splintering wood. These surfaces are best cleaned by soft washing which is a gentle technique using low pressure.

Commercial grade pressure washers can perform up to 4,000 PSI, and knowing how to use them can save costly damages and replacements. The cleaning process involves applying solutions, allowing dwell time, and then power washing with smooth and even strokes. The best mark of an experienced cleaner is no mark at all!



Why are sealers Sealing outdoor stone Dallas, TXimportant? First, they can protect and prevent stone from mold and algae. Second, they can protect surfaces surrounding pools and near sprinklers from flaking and expanding due to chlorine or salt. There are many sealer choices available depending on the desired appearance. The two most common are a penetrating topical and a regular penetrating. Topical sealer is used for slate and sandstone. It has enhancers available for deeper, richer color. Regular sealer is used for concrete and limestone and it does not change the look of the stone. Some sealers can have densifiers added that help prevent chalking and flaking. Finally, sealers cannot be applied until stone is dry and there is no rain in the forecast for 48 hours. Durable sealers will be guaranteed for an average of three years.

If you still have questions or would like an evaluation, call Paneless certified specialists at (214) 662-2300.

RO technology is reverse osmosis water that is filtered through a five-stage process. This process removes all total dissolved solids and chlorine that cause water to spot or dry hard because of minerals. Since the water is pure, it acts as a cleaning agent itself. Water loves minerals so when we remove those minerals, it wants them back. We refer to it as thirsty water. So ask yourself, what is in soil? Minerals. Now you have water that wants minerals. So we use this RO water to adsorb the soil on a window or floor surfaces. This RO water is incorporated into the majority of the services we provide.