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No one loves laundry day but, statistics show that people spend an average of an hour and a half per day doing laundry.

The average family does eight loads of laundry each week, which is over 400 loads per year. With a single load taking an average of 3 hours from start to finish that’s 50 days a year doing laundry.

Using some easy laundry tips and tricks can make the chore less of a bore and give you more time for other things. Check these out.

Spread the Work Throughout the Week

Instead of choosing a family wash day and spending hours doing all the laundry at one time, consider doing one load per day so it doesn’t feel like such a big job. For example, do all of the sheets on Monday, the darks on Tuesdays, towels on Wednesdays and so forth.

This way it’s all done by the weekend, but it doesn’t take hours at a time. Incorporate your laundry tasks into an overall plan for all household chores and you’ll save time on cleaning activities.

Presort into Baskets

Tired of the heap of clothes that lie on your laundry room floor? Try using a couple of baskets and having your family place lights in one, darks in another, and undergarments and socks in a third.

This cuts down a lot of time on sorting and helps teach everyone what can be washed with what.

Use a Reward System on Laundry Day

Doing laundry isn’t a fun task, but it doesn’t have to be terrible either.

Many people say that folding and putting laundry away is the worst part. If that’s how you feel, make folding time the only time you can watch your favorite TV show. You only get to listen to the new podcast episode while putting away laundry as well.

Giving yourself a reward helps get it done.

Don’t Do Huge Loads

You might think that washing more at once will cut down on the time you spend on laundry. But, stuffing too much in the washer keeps it from getting everything clean and you may find yourself rewashing some of it.

Working with smaller loads helps your washer and dryer maintain efficiency. Make sure you clean the lint trap in the dryer after every load. Also use tricks to keep your washing machine fresh, such as using apple cider vinegar. This avoids doing the work twice.

Get Everyone in on It

There’s no rule that says you have to do all the laundry.

Teach your kids how it works and pretty soon you can allocate some of the loads to them. Some families find that letting each person wash their own clothes is helpful in making sure it all gets done.

A “how to do laundry” chart posted near the washer provides helpful reminders for anyone who is still learning. No more wash day laundry left behind!

All Washed Up

Doing laundry might never become your favorite chore but it doesn’t have to be something you hate either.

If you want laundry day to go smoothly and not feel like it takes all day, any of these tips can help you become the new laundry master.

Still not getting it all done? Check out our initial and deep clean services for those certain occasions.

professional home cleaning

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After a summer of entertaining, indoor-outdoor living, and wear and tear, a deep fall cleaning isn’t just refreshing but it’s also necessary.

And if you’re like most of us, you may not have time to do all the tasks yourself. Getting a professional home cleaning can help you maintain the cleanliness of your home without taking up all of your time.

Read on for some of the things to expect in a professional home cleaning!

General Cleaning

A professional home cleaner will dust all the flat surfaces as well as knick-knacks, lights, etc. You’ll also have all doors and cabinets spot cleaned.

The mirrors are polished. And all upholstery will either be vacuumed (fabric sofas) or polished (leather sofas).

Professional Home Cleaning for the Kitchen

The kitchen is more than just countertops and stoves. With a professional kitchen cleaning, you’ll also have your appliances cleaned and polished.

The cleaner will clean the window above the sink, sanitize the countertops, and wipe all the kitchen furniture.

Sinks, drains, faucets, and soap dispensers all receive a thorough clean.


When a professional cleans your bathroom, they’ll sanitize and scrub showers, tubs, sinks, countertops, and commodes.

The showerhead, the drains, and other fixtures are cleaned and polished.

Shower racks, shelves, mirrors, and soap dishes are also cleaned.

Regular deep cleaning in the bathroom can prevent the spread of unpleasant odors throughout the house.


Professional home cleaning includes caring for all floors. From hardwood to tile, you can trust that your floors will shine after a professional clean.

Having your floors regularly cleaned can keep the floors in good condition for longer. This increases the life of your floor surfaces meaning you’ll have to replace and repair them less frequently.

Ceilings, Fans, Blinds, and Baseboards

Some tasks don’t need to be done every week.

Professional cleaners rotate the cleaning of ceilings, fans, blinds, and baseboards on each visit. These lower-traffic items receive less wear and tear than other parts of the home but still need regular cleaning and maintenance.

You can enjoy peace of mind knowing that you’re not neglecting these important parts of your home.

Choose Your Schedule and Services

If you’re satisfied with your cleaning, you can receive regular services from one of our trained professionals. We offer weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly (4 weeks) services.

If there are certain tasks you prefer to do yourself, or that you don’t need, we can customize our services to meet your specific needs.

We offer “green” or eco-friendly cleaning services that use products that won’t be dangerous for families to live around.

Freshen up Your Home For Fall

After all the wear and tear of the busy summer season, it’s time to give your home a little TLC with a professional home cleaning.

Your home is the center of your family’s world, and when it’s clean, it feels more relaxing, safe, and comfortable for all who live there.

Contact us today to schedule your cleaning.

best way to clean window sills

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Do your window sills need a deep cleaning? Is it time to get rid of the cat hair and that stain from the coffee cup?

Over time, your window sills attract bugs and other debris making for a pretty unsightly scene. Not to mention, some window sills are hard to wipe clean without damaging the finish.

As a result, many people put this chore on the bottom of their to-do list.

But since you are here, I’m assuming you are ready to tackle your window sills once and for all.

We want to help so we’ve got some valuable tips on the best way to clean window sills. All you need is little elbow grease and a few household items. Let’s dive in, shall we?

Step 1: Gather the Necessary Supplies

Before you start, get everything ready.  Here’s what you’re going to need.

  • Vacuum with a brush attachment
  • Toothbrush
  • Spray bottle with water
  • Soft cloth (preferably microfiber).
  • Optional: Baking soda, cotton swab, apple cider vinegar.

With all your supplies at the ready, you can clean your windows in short order.

Step 2: Vacuum the Sills and Tracks

It’s much easier to clean window sills and tracks that are dust-free. Vacuum the whole window, sash, sills, and tracks.

It’s important to vacuum the window so the dust doesn’t fall on your clean window sills later. Getting rid of all the dust also helps to prevent a muddy mess.

Step 3: Cleaning Your Sills and Tracks

If you have wood window sills, you want to use as little water as possible or avoid water altogether, to limit possible damage to the wood.

For most other finishes, now is when you use a cleaning agent to target stubborn dirt and grime. Spray the area with water and start cleaning the surface.

For really sticky dirt, add a few drops of vinegar. Alternatively, you can add a dash of baking soda to your water bottle for those tough spots. Pro Tip: You can use baking soda to clean nearly everything in your home.

Scrub the tracks and stubborn spots on your sill with your toothbrush. Use the brush to scrub hard-to-reach corners.

Step 4: Wipe Off All Dirt

Finally, grab your cloth and wipe away as much dirt as you can. We recommend using a microfiber cloth because they don’t leave lint like paper towels and kitchen towels do. You can also throw a microfiber cloth in the washer and reuse it.

Use the cotton swabs to lift dirt from the corners. If it’s been a long time since your last window cleaning, you may need to rinse out your cloth as you go.

At this point, your windows should be as clean as a whistle. For easy maintenance, dust your sills and tracks with a dry microfiber cloth once a week

Final Thoughts on the Best Way to Clean Window Sills

As you can see from this process, the best way to clean window sills is to keep it simple. You don’t even need brand name cleaning agents, just simple household items you likely have on hand already.

If you really want to make it easy, dust your sills every week before dust, lint, and bugs build up in the first place.

Do you need a deep cleaning for your windows and other areas of your home? Check out our cleaning services and request a free quote now.

house odors

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House odors can be a huge pain.

Maybe you’ve got babies, maybe you’ve got pets. No matter what your home has some awful smells, there are plenty of remedies, so you don’t have to just take it.

These tips will help you out with any kind of household odors.

I’ve Got Baking Soda!

There are so many cleaning uses for baking soda that it’s not even funny.

If you’ve been taking your lunch to work for a while and want to get rid of some stains, there’s baking soda for that. Baking soda can also make your refrigerator smell as good as new, give your oven a good scrub down, wipe musty smells out out of your upholstery, and freshen up pet odors.

Keep a fresh box of baking soda handy and you shouldn’t have any problems keeping your home smelling great.

Use Different Types of Vinegar For a Deep Clean

Vinegar will be your best friend when you want your home clean and fresh-smelling. There are several types of vinegar that you can use to make your home smell its best.

Using apple cider vinegar is a great way to clean up around the house. People use ACV for everything from, wiping down kitchen surfaces to cleaning wood living room furniture.

White vinegar is often used for carpet stains, especially when mixed with baking soda.

You can also use different kinds of vinegar to clean up your kitchen, make your bathroom as crystal clean as possible, and to make your home smell sweet and amazing.

Crack a Window or Several

Sometimes you’ve got to just air things out.

If you have stale air or smells that won’t go away, open up the windows to let it breathe. When you do this, you are able to freshen up your breathing air also, which makes existing inside your home a much better experience.

Leave several windows open for a few hours and you’d be surprised how fresh your home will smell.

Grab a Pressure Washer

You can also use a pressure washer to get rid of stains and odors in your home. The piping hot water, when matched with soaps and cleaning solutions, will steam out even the toughest odors or stains.

These pressure washers are often available for rent at your local grocery store or hardware store.

Regularly Clean Your Bathrooms and Do Laundry

A dirty bathroom or old laundry will make your home unpleasant. Since doing your laundry and cleaning your bathroom are regular chores, make sure that you schedule them and don’t slack.

Start with these chores and your home will smell fresher almost right away.

Get Rid of Your House Odors

These tips can help you get rid of house odors big and small. Pleasant smells are a sign of cleanliness, so it’s important for you to keep these things in mind.

Even though it is rewarding to freshen your home up, it’s definitely understandable for you to bring in some help so you don’t have to do it all yourself.

Our cleaning company can get rid of any odors that you have.

Request a quote from us today!

how to clean wood furniture

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Curious about how to clean wood furniture?

Professionals use a few simple tricks to give wood furniture that gleaming shine. It’s a simple procedure that even the clumsiest of cleaners can manage. We won’t keep you in suspense.

When you’re ready to give your wood furniture the professional shine you’ve always wanted, read on.

How to Clean Wood Furniture 101

Whether you’re cleaning your bathtub, deck, or the kitchen table, it all starts with choosing the right tools. For cleaning wood furniture, those tools include the following:

  • Microfiber hand towel
  • Dish soap
  • Cotton ball
  • Warm water
  • Mineral spirits
  • Mayonnaise
  • Wood polish or wax

If you have wood furniture that has a few spots that lost their color, mayonnaise is a lifesaver. Simply put a teaspoon of mayonnaise on a clean dry cloth and rub it into the spot. Then let it dry, and the color will seep back in.

1. Wipe off Dust

Before you do anything else, check to see whether you’re working with real wood or a laminate. Laminates are synthetic plastic coatings that are often applied to shelves, cupboards, and floors. They’re usually found on cheap furniture.

If you’re working with laminate, only do steps 1 and 2. If you perform steps 3 and 4, you may inadvertently peel the laminate off the wood. Also, avoid multi-surface cleaners for the same reason.

Take a damp microfiber cloth and wipe down the furniture to remove any dust or grime. Do your best to get in all the cracks and crevices. You may use a butter knife to push the cloth into those hard to reach places.

2. Remove Sticky Spots

Sometimes a damp cloth isn’t enough, especially for sticky spots. If you run into any areas that need more cleaning, try this next step before you do anything else.

Apply 3 drops of dish soap to a cup full of warm water. Stir it around to ensure it dissolves properly. Then grab a cotton ball and dip it a quarter way into the water.

You can also clean with apple cider vinegar, vinegar and olive oil, or other safe and natural alternatives. We like dish soap because it’s ubiquitous, and it can handle any stain. It’s the easiest and best way to clean wood furniture.

Next, find a spot on your furniture that nobody can see. Some good options are the underside of the furniture, or on the inside of a leg. Rub the wet part of the cotton ball on the furniture and let it dry.

So long as no discoloring occurred, the soap is safe to use on the rest of the wood. Apply your soapy solution to a clean microfiber hand towel. Clean off any sticky or greasy spots on the wood.

3. Remove Excess Wax

If your wood is showing wax buildup, you can apply mineral spirits next. They’re a petroleum-based product safe for wood.

Start with an inconspicuous spot, like the ones mentioned in step 2. Apply the spirits to a microfiber cloth and rub onto the wood. Wait a half an hour.

If it didn’t damage your wood or polish, wipe down your entire piece of furniture with spirits. Let it dry.

4. Apply New Coat of Wax

Alright, you’re ready for a coat of wax or polish. You know the routine. Check the polish in an inconspicuous spot, such as the underside of the furniture. Then wait to make certain it doesn’t discolor your wood.

Now you can grab a microfiber cloth, add the polish to the cloth, and rub down all the wood. Then give it time to dry. Voilà, just like new.

What’s Next?

Now that you know how to clean wood furniture, use that momentum to clean other neglected areas in your house. Two of the most common are the shower and under the kitchen sink. If you’d like help, pop over to our library full of other house cleaning tips and tricks.

So long and good luck!

how to clean a shower

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Our lives are busier than ever and some things are bound to slip through the cracks. Shower cleaning is near the top of that list. Despite our best intentions, it’s not uncommon to go a few days without cleaning your shower.

Still, it’s imperative to clean your shower thoroughly at least once a week because a dirty shower attracts mildew spores, bacteria, and grime.

But who has the time, you ask?

We want to help so we’ve come up with this handy guide. Continue reading to learn how to clean a shower quickly and properly.

1. Prepare the Space

The first step is to remove everything from the bathtub. Put bottles and other shower products on a towel or bathroom countertop. Take the bath mat out of the bathroom for now.

If you have shower curtains, pull them to one side or, better yet, flip them over the shower bar so you can have easier access for cleaning.

2. Spray the Walls With Cleaner

Get your tub and tile cleaner and spray the walls generously. Don’t spray the tub just yet.

For porcelain, ceramic or glass walls and tile, you can use your favorite tub and tile cleaner. We recommend apple cider vinegar as a do-it-all cleaner.

Natural stone showers that use granite, slate or travertine, require neutral soap or specialty stone cleaners.

Make sure you have the right product for your shower’s surfaces before you begin.

After you spray the shower walls, wait at least five minutes. The product is doing the cleaning work for you so the longer you let the cleaner work, the easier it is to attack soap scum.

Step 3

Take the rough side of your sponge and begin scrubbing the walls, beginning at the shower’s far left wall. Scrub left to right and move downward until you reach the bottom of the wall.

Then continue on to the next wall and repeat the process.

Step 4

Now it’s time to move on to the tub. The process is the same as in steps two and three. Spray the tub and let it sit for at least 5 minutes. Then scrub the tub moving from one end down to the other.

It’s important to note: If your tub surface is acrylic, only scrub with the soft side of the sponge as the abrasive side can destroy the finish.

Step 5

Now comes the fun part. It’s time to rinse your shower with hot water.

If you have a removable shower head, rinse down the shower using the same pattern you used to scrub it. Start on the far left wall and move right until the entire shower is completely rinsed.

If you don’t have a removable shower head, fill a container with hot water and rinse the walls, left-to-right.

Once everything is rinsed, use a squeegee to whisk water off of the walls and tub. If your doors are glass, using a squeegee can make them look like they were cleaned by a pro.

Then buff the walls and tub with a clean cloth. Shine the chrome to put the finishing touch on the shower.

How to Clean a Shower: The Bottom Line

Now that you know how to clean a shower, make sure you do a deep cleaning like this at least once per week.

Remember, mold and bacteria thrive in wet environments. With that in mind, it’s a good idea to keep your shower dry as much as possible. When you are done showering, use a squeegee to clear most of the water. Then use your towel to dry off any remaining water.

If you liked this article, please share it so others might find it helpful as well. And check our blog often as we post new articles every day.

can you use apple cider vinegar to clean

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Apple cider vinegar (aka ACV) has been touted as a miracle health solution that can help reduce cholesterol, lower blood sugar levels, eliminate belly fat, and combat the risk factors of heart disease. Some people feel it makes their skin more radiant and their hair shinier. 

But can you use apple cider vinegar to clean more than just your body? You may be surprised to know that apple cider vinegar has more uses than you originally thought. 

Read on to learn about how apple cider vinegar can substitute for a wide array of conventional cleaning products.

ACV Makes A Great All-Purpose Kitchen Cleaner

You know that all-natural all-purpose cleaner you pay $10 a bottle for? Ditch it. Apple cider vinegar does the exact same thing, for just pennies on the dollar. It’s non-toxic and biodegradable, it has antibacterial properties, and it is effective at removing dirt, mineral deposits, grease, and odors. 

Use ACV for every surface in the kitchen: countertops, microwave, stovetop, refrigerator shelves, appliances. It will also clean and sanitize your wooden cutting board. For that, you’ll want it full-strength, but for other purposes a 1:1 dilution is best. Just combine with water in a spray bottle, and add a few drops of essential oil if the vinegar’s smell is not to your liking.

If you’re a coffee drinker, chances are you’ve run vinegar through your coffee maker to clean and deodorize it; it works the same way in the dishwasher. Just add a cup’s worth before running your normal load.

Can You Use Apple Cider Vinegar to Clean the Bathroom?

Absolutely you can! Use the same 1:1 solution for cleaning the countertops, sink, and toilet, but go full-strength to kill mildew and eliminate soap scum in the tub or shower. 

Drains getting clogged or slow? Time to bust out the dynamic middle-school science-fair duo of baking soda and vinegar. Pour a half-cup of the former down the drain, then follow up a few minutes later with a cup of ACV and a cup of hot water. Let sit for 10-15 minutes, then flush with more hot water.

Into the Laundry Room

Next time you do a load of laundry, add a cup of apple cider vinegar to the washing machine and see if it doesn’t result in fresher clothes. Not only that, but it will do wonders for the machine itself.

Don’t worry about the smell, either. Apple cider vinegar has a pungent odor, but when it dries, the odor mostly evaporates and leaves a fresh, clean smell behind.

Walls, Windows, and Beyond

ACV can leave your windows clean, shiny, and streak-free. For best results, use newspaper in lieu of paper towels. This is a hack that you grandmother likely used, and it’s just as effective today.

Clean your walls, cabinetry, and most tabletops with ACV, but don’t use it on marble; its acidity can wear away at the stone and leave its surface pitted and unsightly. 

Add a few tablespoons of salt to equal parts apple cider vinegar, apply to carpet stains, and let dry. When you vacuum it up later, you’ll notice a big difference!

Final Thoughts

Now that you know the answer to the question “Can you use apple cider vinegar to clean?” is a resounding “yes!” you might be eager for some more useful cleaning tips. So bookmark our blog and come back often for fresh, informative content!


how to clean a fan

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Whenever a home feels stuffy or you sneeze inside your home, you can be reminded of how dusty it is. If you have fans, that can help circulate air, but dirty fans will also circulate dirty, dusty air. Most people let their fans get grimy because they don’t know how to clean a fan.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Getting Started

While most healthcare specialists will recommend that you clean your fans weekly, you should make sure to schedule cleaning at least monthly. If you wait too long, you’re more likely to have to disassemble the entire fan to clean it. By giving your fans a regular dusting and cleaning, you can ensure that your home stays clear and the air doesn’t have dust being blown around in it.

Get your gear together before you start working with your fans. If you are cleaning covered fans, you might need a wrench or a screwdriver to get access to blades. Make sure you disconnect the power before cleaning anything.

If your vacuum has a dusting brush attachment, use that to get into hard to reach spots and gather the densest dirt areas. A hairdryer can help to dry out the moisture while blowing out air. A can of compressed air can do that job as well, but either way, have a microfiber cloth handy.

Cleaning Fans on Your Floor, Table, and Window

These types of fans should be dusted regularly on both sides of the grill using the vacuum brush attachment or a duster made from lambswool. Double-check the power before reaching your hand in to clean the blades and inner workings. A hairdryer or compressed air can is good for the hard to reach places.

If the covers can be removed, hose those covers down or place them under your shower. They may need to be scrubbed to remove all of the dirt. Before you put dry grills back on, wipe down any plastic with an all-purpose cleaner to remove all the dirt and dust.

Ceiling Fan Cleaning

These should be cleaned at least once every season. Most hardware stores sell a special u-shaped brush for wiping them down in between those seasonal deep cleans. Wrap the inside of the “U” around the fan blade to clean both sides at the same time.

The gear housing and the fan blades should be wiped down with a damp cloth and all-purpose cleaner a few times a year. Dry them thoroughly before running the fan, however, because a damp fan is going to gather more dust.

Home Exhaust Fan Cleaning

Attic and exhaust fans can be cleaned with a vacuum cleaner brush or a damp cloth. This should be done at least once every season to get the most airflow in and out of your house. While some fans are controlled by thermostats and may seem off at the time, make sure they’re completely turned off before cleaning them.

Non-electric parts should be wiped down with a cloth sprayed lightly with an all-purpose cleaner.

Learn How To Clean a Fan For Your Health

It’s much healthier to clean your fans regularly than to run fans that are covered with dust and dirt. All of the grime that accumulates can end up in your lungs, making it hard to breathe or easy to get sick.

Follow our guide for keeping unwanted pests out to ensure your dust doesn’t become their new home.

summer cleaning

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The romanticized dog days of summer are finally here. Expect days full of watermelon, sunshine, and…mold?

Hopefully not.

It’s a busy season, especially if you have little ones running around the house. The slow times of winter have come and gone, and now you have to figure out how to keep up with housekeeping before things get hot and muggy.

To keep things bright and light this season, check out these 5 keys to solving summer cleaning challenges.

1. Address Excessive Moisture Issues

We’re sorry we had to open this up with mold, but it’s a serious issue for homes — especially in the summer months.

Mold tends to be green or black while mildew is white, gray, or yellow. Both fungi grow in wet, moist, warm places.

Whether it’s mold or mildew, you don’t want it. It’s ugly and really bad for your health.

Keep your washer machine from harboring nasty bacteria by doing an empty load on hot with detergent. After it’s done, leave the door open to air out.

Also, avoid throwing wet towels into the dirty bin. Let them air dry, preferably outside, before bringing them into the laundry room.

Anywhere that gets more humid than other places in your house, such as the bathroom from the shower, should have air conditioning, a fan, or windows open some of the time.

2. Get Rid of Bugs

On the same note of creatures you don’t want living in your house, we have to mention bugs.

To get rid of fruit flies, check out our recent article. They’re hard to avoid but relatively easy to combat.

Summertime often brings in other pests, such as flies, wasps, and termites. Consider bug traps outside for the pesty suckers (or one inside if they make their way in often) and be sure to check for signs of termite infestations to catch it early.

3. Clean the Trash Cans

Nobody wants to do it, but it needs to get done unless you want a stinky kitchen or garage.

The warm season will remind you to do this, as odors become more noticeable in the heat.

Give your garbage inside and outside cans a thorough scrub down with soap and water. When you’re done, you can add baking soda to the bottom of the can to prolong the next time it gets smelly again.

4. Give the Appliances Some TLC

Now is a good time to clean up the appliances you didn’t get to during spring cleaning.

The microwave is one that could use a cleaning multiple times a season. Cut up a lemon, put it in a bowl of water, and microwave it for 3 minutes. This loosens up the muck inside, allowing you to easily wipe it out.

To keep your fridge from having fingerprints, clean it with furniture polish. Choose the citrus variety for good smells and an oily finish to prevent future prints.

5. Do The Little Things For Summer Cleaning

If you have people over more often during the summer, you may want to take care of the little things that you know secretly bother you.

This includes water rings on wood tables. Put two scoops of mayonnaise on it and let it sit with a paper towel on top for 15 minutes. If it doesn’t work, hold a blow dryer on high close to it until it disappears.

You may want to clean out dirt from your sliding doors and give your outdoor furniture a good wipe down.

You Do The Minor Things, We’ll Do The Major Things

We’ll make you a deal: if you take care of your fruit flies, keep your towels from molding, and do minor furniture upkeep, we’ll do the recurring summer cleaning.

Contact us today for this or deep cleaning to keep your summer light and sunny. Either way, keep reading our blog for more cleaning tips.

professional house cleaning

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According to Angie’s List, house cleaners can cost between $100 to $1,000 a week. The actual cost depends on the size of your home and how much of a deep clean it needs.

To most people, this can seem like a lot. Hiring a professional house cleaning company can actually save you money in the long run, though.

Don’t believe us? Keep reading to discover the five ways hiring a house cleaner can help you save!

1. You Won’t Spend on Equipment

For a thorough deep clean, you need the right cleaning materials and equipment. A new vacuum and constantly buying new cleaning products can get expensive.

By hiring professional cleaning services, you don’t have to waste money on equipment.

Instead, the professionals bring their own. Better yet, they use the best products to guarantee a thorough clean.

2. Professionals Are Thorough

When you’re in a rush, you might not give cleaning your full attention. It happens.

A professional company will do a thorough job every time. After all, that’s what you’re paying for. Since they’re bound to do a better job than you would alone, you’re saving money on a better outcome, and it’ll take some time before you need their services again. Check out this guide to determine how often you need your house cleaned

3. You Only Pay for the Service

When you hire a professional team, you don’t have to worry about their salaries or benefits. You also have the assurance that the team is qualified, properly trained, and insured.

That takes time, money, and stress off of your plate. Instead, you only pay for the service you receive.

4. Avoid Dust Disasters

According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, more than 50 million Americans experience allergy issues every year.

Dust mites, pollen, dander, and even cockroaches can trigger these allergies. You might experience symptoms such as coughing, sneezing, a scratchy throat, or itchy eyes.

Leaving dust around can cause allergy-related health issues.

Meanwhile, improper cleaning can kick up that dust without getting rid of it.

By requesting professional house cleaning services, you can avoid these dust disasters. A healthy living environment means you no longer have to save money on allergy meds or doctors visits.

5. Saving Time Saves Money

Cleaning house means dedicating a few hours out of your week to the process.

Saving time doesn’t just help you save money. Having a little extra time in your week can help you make more money, too.

By hiring a professional house cleaning company, you can direct your attention to what matters. That way, you don’t have to worry about wasting time and money on house chores.

Keep It Clean: A Professional House Cleaning Saves You Money

Ready to clean up your act? These five benefits of hiring a professional house cleaning company are here to help you save! Now you can banish those dust bunnies and get back to clean living.

Request a quote and come home to a clean house today!