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Kitchen remodeling is the most popular project to do in your home, second only to a bathroom remodel by 2 percent.

If you can do a complete kitchen remodel, then you can at least spruce up your kitchen with some tips and tricks. And you know if your oven is dirty and dingy, your kitchen simply doesn’t look as good as it could.

Make a good first impression when you’re entertaining, cooking, or just making food for yourself by doing a good, deep oven cleaning.

Oven Cleaning Tips to Get You Sparkling

If you want to clean your whole kitchen, here’s how to get the walls shining bright and white again. Start with oven cleaning, then move your way across the whole room to have a fresh, clean feeling throughout.

Baking Soda and Vinegar

There are two ingredients out there that can clean just about anything. If you haven’t been cleaning with baking soda and vinegar, then you’ve been missing out.

Baking soda and vinegar have the same effect on cutting through grime that your harsh cleaners have. Except they’re cheaper, and better for your kitchen. Mix them into a paste and let them cut into the grime in your oven.

Don’t Neglect the Oven Racks

You might never have cleaned your oven racks at all. Give them a good cleaning for once by taking them out of your oven, and soaking them in a large container or your bathtub overnight.

Once they’re nice and soaked, you can scrub them clean. Use your baking soda and vinegar mix and an abrasive pad, and watch them shine and sparkle like they’re new.

Open Up the Window

The glass door on your oven might be full of grime as well. Clean the inside and the outside of the window.

Coat it in an all-purpose spray, and allow it to sit. Once the cleaner has been soaking on the window, you can wipe it away with a sponge and be able to see into your oven for once.

A Note About Self Cleaning Ovens

When you choose to self-clean your oven, if the option is available, it skyrockets the temperature in the oven to 500 degrees.

The heat melts your grime away so it’s easier to clean. But if you have a lot of buildup in your oven, it can actually be a fire hazard. Only use the self-cleaning function on ovens that are moderately messy, and leave the deep cleaning to yourself.

If you do deep clean, remove the racks. The cycle takes about two hours.

Wall to Wall Clean

When you’re done with oven cleaning, you might catch the cleaning bug. You can do it yourself, but nothing’s going to look as good as when you let Elite Home Cleaners take over your home.

The difference between someone cleaning your home and when you do it yourself is huge. Also, you can have time to tackle all the other things you have on your to-do list.

Save time and have a cleaner home when you get a professional service to do it for you.

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More than 50 million Americans have reported experiencing allergies at least some time throughout the year. And a lot of them are actually allergic to dust.

Dust isn’t something that you probably have on your mind often, even though dust is constantly collecting around us. That’s why dusting is actually so important.

Why You Need to Be Dusting Your House

What’s dust? Dust is a blanket term that refers to the particles that collect in our homes. Most dust is made up of skin cells.

You don’t want skin cells lying all over your house. So get dusting.

Dust is Dangerous

If you have children that crawl on the floor and put their fingers in their mouths, they can be ingesting up to ten grams of dust per day. That’s putting their immune systems at risk, especially in homes with carpet.

Dust can cause allergies, asthma, runny noses, and itchy eyes. Households that contain a very high amount of dust could actually affect reproductive hormones and brain development.

It Looks Bad

If you walked into someone’s house and saw that their furniture was gathering dust, what would your first impression of their home be? Probably not a good one.

Dust that’s been sitting around will also stir up easily when you walk around. This makes it easier for the dust to fly into the air and go into your lungs. You can significantly increase your air quality just by keeping your home free of dust.

As mentioned, dust is made of skin cells, pollen, fungi, bacteria, animal dander, dust mites, and dead skin cells. If you want to feel clean and healthy, none of the things on that list are probably going to help you achieve that goal.

It Can Make You Sick

Sitting in the bacteria that might be present in the dust in your home can actually make you get sick. If you have asthma, a dusty room can contribute to poor breathing.

Dusting improves environmental safety. Some offices can cause you to develop something called “sick office syndrome.”

An office that’s not properly cared for with dust sitting around creates a neglectful image that makes workers feel discouraged and even develop an illness. Having a clean working environment will make you healthier and happier.

The same should go for your home. Even sleeping in a bedroom full of dust can cause you to have to breath it in for the entirety of the time you’re asleep.

Learn more about your options to get dust up and out of your house for good.

Get Dust Free

Dusting actually takes up more time than you might think it would. But you know that you can’t leave dangerous dust lying all around your house when you’re at work.

Get a cleaner that you can trust to do the job for you. Elite Home Cleaners will do more than just rid your house of dust. From an effective whole-home cleaning to deep cleaning, you can stop worrying about dust building u in your house and start feeling clean and safe instead.

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We’re sure you have a good house-cleaning schedule to keep your home clean throughout the year. 

Did you know that you also need to clean your walls? Dirt and dust collect on your walls–yet it’s probably one of the surfaces you’re most likely to forget to clean.

Your walls can also collect mold and bacteria. Whether you see it or not, your walls could be dirty enough to make you sick. 

If you have a lot of walls in your home, you might feel like cleaning them is an overwhelming task. But it’s not a huge chore if you know what to do.

Here’s how to clean walls in your home. 

Dust First

Before you cleaning walls with any kind of liquid cleaning solution, remove the dust. 

Pull furniture away from walls and cover it with a cloth. As you dust your walls, you don’t want that dust to land on your furniture fabric.

Run a dry cloth or broom over your walls to clear away dust and cobwebs.

Remove Marks

If you have dogs or kids, you probably have marks on your wall at knee or waist level. Crayons, handprints, and dirty paw prints can be stubborn wall “decorations.”

Depending on the type of paint on your walls, be gentle when removing marks. Start with water (only) and a soft sponge or cloth. 

Rub the marks gently. If they’re stubborn enough to withstand cleaning with water, add a small amount of dish detergent and try again.

Avoid using anything stronger than diluted ammonia or a mix of baking soda, vinegar, and water for your wall cleaner. Don’t risk ruining your paint with harsh chemicals to remove marks on your wall.

Wipe the Wall

After you’ve spot-cleaned the marks on your walls, use the same gentle cleaning solutions to wipe the walls from top to bottom. 

If your walls have texture, be sure you use enough solution to remove grime from the nooks and crannies from the texture. 

When you’ve finished cleaning a wall with your cleaner, be sure you wipe it again with clean water and a clean cloth or sponge. Don’t leave cleaning solution on your wall. Rinse away the cleaner and any additional dirt. 

Be Careful With Wallpaper

If your home has wallpaper, you need to clean that, too. Wallpaper can absorb smells and bacteria–even if the wall is a smooth surface.

Test a small area with water (only) for color-fastness before you tackle a larger section of your wall. If the small area doesn’t bleed, you’re probably safe to clean the rest of the wall. 

Know How to Clean Walls to Keep Your Home Fresh

If you feel like you’ve cleaned everything in the house, but you still smell “something,” it might be your walls.

Know how to clean your walls to keep your home fresh and free from dust and bacteria. 

Now that you know the proper way to clean your walls, don’t forget your floors! Learn how to do it properly with our article about Mopping 101. 

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In the U.S., women spend 29 minutes a day on average cleaning. By comparison, men spend about 10 minutes.

But if you aren’t using the right supplies, your home may still not be getting clean.

Keep reading to learn a few of the essential items that should be on your cleaning supplies list.

A Good Vacuum

If you have hardwood floors throughout your home, you can skip over this tip. But if even a single room features carpet, a vacuum is a must. And not just any vacuum will do.

A weak, cheap vacuum won’t do much more than push your carpet fibers back and forth. Over time, built-up dirt and other debris in your carpet will leave it looking soiled.

Professional carpet cleaning can help. However, if you want to keep your floors looking great between cleanings, invest in a high-quality vacuum with good reviews.

White Vinegar

Basic cleaning supplies can get expensive, especially when you consider the many different types of surfaces you need to clean and the varying demands of different rooms in your home.

The key is finding cleaning supplies that can be used for many different purposes. Bonus points if that item is also inexpensive.

That’s where white vinegar comes in.

White vinegar can be used to clean windows, run through your coffee maker to clean it out, or even sprayed in the cracks in your driveway to stop grass from growing. Some homeowners even swear by using just white vinegar and baking soda to clean almost their entire home.

An Extending Duster

One big mistake many homeowners make is only cleaning the surfaces that are within reach. But if you aren’t cleaning those high up corners, ceiling fans, or molding, you’re leaving behind dust that can keep your family sneezing and leave your home looking less-than-clean.

A duster with an extending wand makes it easy to clean those hard-to-reach spots without having to deal with the hassle of getting out a ladder every other week to clean them. This is one professional house cleaning supply that every home should have on hand.

Of course, even with an extending duster, it can be easy to miss those nooks and crannies. Hitting every one would be an all-day task and not one that you want to repeat every few weeks.

Regular deep cleaning by professionals can help get your house sparkly clean so that you’ll only need to do lighter cleaning in between.

A Green Countertop Cleaner

Green house cleaning supplies help keep your family, your pets, and yourself safe, both while you’re cleaning and while you’re using the surfaces you’ve cleaned.

Even if you aren’t ready to take the leap and go completely green, a green countertop cleaner is a must.

Your kitchen counters come in contact with lots of little fingers and foods. Don’t risk adding chemicals to the mix.

Filling Your Cleaning Supplies List

Now that you know what belongs on your cleaning supplies list, it’s time to start filling it.

But if you struggle to squeeze in time for a trip to the grocery store to shop for these items, let alone finding time to actually use them to clean, we can help.

Request a quote today to see how professional house cleaning can take the stress out of your life, give you more free time, and allow you to enjoy your beautiful, clean home.

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The average person spends 87% of their time indoors, which is why it’s so important that your indoor spaces remain clean and comforting. Knowing how to clean your room is one way to ensure your home remains a safe haven.

If you’re ready to deep clean your room for lasting comfort, read on to learn some of our exclusive pro-tips. 

Learning How to Clean Your Room

If you feel overwhelmed by the clutter and chaos in your room, it’s not too late to get a handle on how to clean your room. 

The good news is you don’t have to be a professional to get your bedroom to sparkle. The truth is, for many of us, it’s just a matter of staying on top of daily simple tasks. 

Gather Dirty Laundry

Multitasking is key to deep cleaning in a timely matter. Gather and separate your dirty laundry so you can always have a load going while you clean.

If clothes seem extra dirty, fill a bucket with warm water, a bit of detergent, and baking soda to presoak items.

Remove Objects That Don’t Belong

Remove any toys, dishes, or items that don’t belong in your bedroom. An important tip here is to not spend too much time going back and forth from room to room.

Have a bag or box where you can gather the items and get them out of the way, once the bedroom is clean you can send them to their proper places.

Remove Curtains

When was the last time you cleaned your drapes? Unfortunately, this overlooked item can gather some heavy dust thanks to their proximity to windows and doors.

Carefully take them down to add them to the laundry. Keep in mind that more delicate drapes may have to be dry cleaned.

Wash Bedding and Linens

Your bedding and linens is another item that needs to be stripped and washed. If you have spare sheets or blankets, now is a good time to switch them out.

If they have been recently cleaned, try spraying them with a DIY fabric softener made with distilled vodka and lavender essential oil.

Dust Ceiling Fan and Corners

Be sure ceiling fans are tended to before dusting or sweeping any other items in your room. This is particularly important if you live in a moist climate, as the dust can become heavy and can damage the fan

Dust Furniture

Next, using a clean sock or dust rag, dust the furniture items in your room. Pay special attention to dressers and nights stands, and be sure to move all objects for full dust. 

Organize Clean Clothes

Take some time to go through your closet and organize. Remove any items that no longer fit or that you simply don’t wear anymore. Donating these items will help reduce clutter and will make it easier to tidy up in the future. 

Making a Habit

One of the most important parts of knowing how to clean your room is staying consistent. If you do a bit of cleaning each day, it shouldn’t take you more than 15 minutes.

One way to do this is by utilizing a cleaning schedule that you can stick to. Check out our blog for tips on how to create your own cleaning schedule

how to clean your apartment

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Did you know your kitchen is likely to be the dirtiest room in your house? It’s also one your guests are likely to walk into. Which is why it pays to know how to clean your apartment in a hurry.

Haven’t been cleaning your home, but need it to look like you do? Don’t worry, our guide to quick cleaning is here to help. Read on the get scrubbing. 

How to Clean Your Apartment Fast

We’ve all been there before. Your parents come into town unexpectedly, you get asked to host game night when it’s not your turn, or your date opts for a “night in”.

If you don’t have the time or the money to hire a cleaning person, then it’s time for a quick spruce up that will leave the place looking great.

Start with Your Toilet

This is one place your guest is almost certain to go during their visit. And yes, they will be checking it. And yes, they will be judging you.

Give it a quick scrub, and while you’re at it, wipe the toothpaste stains off the sink. Skipping these details will make your home look like a mess no matter how spotless the rest of your rooms may be.

Handle the Dishes

Next up is the dishes. Another area we tend to peak at when visiting another person’s home. If you have time, wash them. If you’re short on time but have a dishwasher at least attempt to stash them in there.

Worst case scenario, fill the sink with water and dish soap for that bubbly  “pre-soaking” look. 

Back to the Bathroom

When it comes to the bathroom, simple details can make the whole place look clean. This means making sure there’s a fresh roll of toilet paper on the holder (not resting on the back of the toilet), making sure there are no streaks in the mirror and for good measure light a candle in the bathroom. 

Spruce Up the bedroom

Making your bed is the fastest way to make the rest of the room appear clean. If you’re really stressed for time, tuck odd items into a drawer until you can get to them later. Organize books and magazines into an orderly pile on your night table and keep dirty laundry out of sight. 

Dust Obvious Corners

Dusting may seem like it will take up a bulk of your time, but you only have to dust the obvious corners. Do a quick walk through and find “high traffic zones” like your coffee table, kitchen counter or side tables. Handle these spots and move on. 

Remove Trash

Removing your trash is a quick way to make your home look freshly cleaned and to avoid any unwanted smell. If you’re finding that trashy smell is still lingering, try filling a small bowl with baking soda and setting it where the trash is. 

“Cleanish” Details

The devil is in the details and a few design arrangements can make your place look extra clean and put together. Try a bowl of fresh fruit on the table (kudos if they are all lemons), having herb plants in the windowsill, or remove pasta and dried goods from plastic packaging and display them in tasteful glass jars instead. 

Staying on Top of it All

Now that you’ve gotten a basic idea of how to clean your apartment, it’s time to stay on top of it so there’s no need to worry about rushing.

We suggest checking out our simple tips on creating an at-home cleaning schedule. This will keep all the work from piling up. 

house cleaning schedule

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You know you should be maintaining a clean house. But do you know how often you should be cleaning?

For most of us, a house cleaning schedule is rather sporadic. We get to it when company is coming over, or when we simply find time in our busy lives.

But knowing when we should clean certain things could make it easier to set up a cleaning schedule that is more manageable. And it will give you the peace of mind knowing your family is living in a safe, clean environment.

Let’s look at house cleaning schedule tips that will keep your home sparkling day after day.

Every Day

Wipe down kitchen and bathroom surfaces. Bacteria love to gather in these areas, making it easy to spread throughout these frequently used rooms. A thorough wipe down will keep things sanitized and bacteria at bay.

Disinfect your kitchen and bathroom sinks. Like the counters, bacteria like to hang out in sinks. Dish soap and a quick rinse is all you need to keep them safe and clean.

Make your bed, being sure to air out your bed everyday by throwing back your bedcover. Then make up the bed to keep your sheets fresh and clean. Besides, nothing feels as good as climbing into a crisp bed every night!

Every Week

Dust the surfaces for a clean home. Run a dust rag or sweeper over your tables, bookcases, lamps, ceiling fans, and other main surfaces. For smaller or more delicate areas, use a feather duster that can squeeze into tight places and not damage your items.

Change bed sheets. Skin cells, dust, and oils cling to your sheets as you sleep. Swapping your bedding for a fresh set once a week will keep your sleeping surfaces clean and free of bacteria.

Vacuum your floors. Dirt gets tracked onto your floors on a daily basis. Running a vacuum cleaner once a week will keep this dirt from building up and maintain the look of your floors.

Every Month

Clean vents and window blinds. Use a duster or soft cleaning brush to get in-between the slits. For tougher to clean dirt, remove the vent covers or window blinds and use warm soapy water to scrub.

Vacuum clean your mattress. Just as your sheets can collect skin cells and dust, so can your mattress. Use the upholstery attachment of your vacuum to clean any debris.

Clean your dishwasher and washing machine. You don’t normally think about cleaning the machines that are responsible for cleaning other things, but they can collect dirt too! Add a cup of white vinegar in the washing machine detergent drawer or set it in the dishwasher and run it on a hot setting.

Every 3-6 Months

Clean your oven and kitchen range hood. Both build-up grease and grime from cooking. A deep cleaning spray will keep both sparkling.

Clean behind and under furniture. Just because you can’t see it doesn’t mean dirt isn’t there. Deep clean around furniture every few months to keep dust mites and bacteria away.

Every Year

Give your fireplace a good sweep. Springtime, after winter, is usually the best time to get your fireplace cleaned out and ready for next fall. Make sure the firebox gets cleared out properly and that the chimney gets a professional sweep.

Clean dryer vents. Lint can build-up and cause a serious fire hazard. Vacuum out any lint from inside your dryer vent hose, doing it more often if you do a lot of laundry.

A House Cleaning Schedule Makes It Easy

Having a house cleaning schedule takes the guesswork out of your household chores. Knowing when things need to get done will make cleaning become second nature in no time!

Don’t have time to do the cleaning yourself? We’d love to do it for you! Contact us today to get a free quote.

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Keeping your home clean can reduce allergy symptoms, lessen the spread of germs, and lower your stress and anxiety. 

It can be hard to remember those benefits when you’re faced with the daunting task of mopping your floor. But if you know what you’re doing, mopping can become another simple household chore

We’ve put together a quick guide that’ll teach you the proper way to mop floors. 

So keep reading below!

What You’ll Need

To mop your floor the right way, you’ll need more than just a mop and a bucket of water. So before you start, spend some time gathering these items from around your house. 

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Boom and dustpan (or a vacuum)
  • Mop
  • Mop bucket 
  • Warm water
  • Floor cleaning solution
  • Rag or sponge 

Make sure you read the directions on the back of your floor cleaning solution. You may want to wear rubber gloves as you mop if the directions suggest it. 

How to Prepare the Room

You should always start your mopping job by tidying up the room. 

Move any light furniture—like chairs, coffee tables, rugs, etc.—out of the room. If you can, you should move larger furniture—like tables, couches, TV stands, etc.—as well. 

Then give the room a good sweep. Mopping is a lot harder if your floor is covered in dirt and food crumbs. You can use a vacuum to clean up the flood as well. 

How to Mop Floors the Right Way

Now you’re ready to start mopping. 

Fill your mopping bucket up with warm water and add in the recommended amount of cleaning solution. Don’t use more than this amount. Extra solution won’t make cleaning the floor any easier. It will just make the floor harder to rinse later. 

Dip your mop into the water and wring it out. If your mop bucket doesn’t have a wringing tool, hold the mop over the bucket for several seconds to let the water drain out. 

Your mop should be damp, not dripping. 

Mop one small section of floor at a time. Push your mop back and forth in verticle strokes (like a vacuum cleaner) to ensure you get all the grime off. For corners and other hard to reach areas, you may need to use a rag or sponge. 

When you mop, start at the back of the room and make your way toward the door. This will prevent you from walking on spots you’ve already cleaned.

Rinsing Your Floor

This is the part many people forget when they’re mopping their floor. 

After you’ve scrubbed the floor with the cleaning solution, rinse out your bucket and fill it with clean water. Go back over the room with the clean water to rinse any leftover solution off your floor. 

Don’t Mop Too Much

You should only mop once every two to three weeks. If you live with pets or kids and your flood ends up dirty a lot, you can mop as frequently as once a week. 

Don’t mop any more than this. 

Mopping too often can form a sticky residue over your floor that actually traps dirt, dust, allergens, and other debris inside. 

Mopping 101: Learning the Proper Way to Mop Floors

If you don’t know the proper way to mop floors, you might end up doing more harm than good. Make sure you stick to the recommended amount of floor cleaning solution, rinse your floors after you’re done, and avoid mopping too often. 

Do you need some help mopping your floor?

Click here to take a look at some of our deep cleaning services. 

kitchen cleaning

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It’s been proven that having a clean house can improve your mood and make you feel less stressed.

Whether you spend a lot of time in your kitchen or not, there are all different kinds of nooks and crannies that dust and dirt can hide in. 

Do you want a kitchen that sparkles because it’s so clean? If so, read on to learn the top kitchen cleaning tips.

1. Clean Stove with Ammonia

While your stove burners may seem difficult to clean, they don’t have to be. Ammonia can save you the frustration while also saving your burners.

All you need to do is fill up a Ziploc bag with about a fourth of a cup of ammonia, and then seal the bag. Set the bag over the burners, and the ammonia will start to soak up the dirt, grime, and rust from the burners. 

This process can start to smell bad, so it’s recommended that you let them sit outside overnight.  

The next day, just take a sponge to wipe them off, and they should look brand new. 

2. Clean Your Microwave with Lemon Oil 

Have you been avoiding cleaning out the microwave? Especially after you forgot to cover your reheated spaghetti before it exploded?

This is an easy kitchen cleaning tip that will help save you from having sore muscles the next day and still make your microwave look like nothing happened.

Just get some lemon oil, and you can mix it with vinegar.

Once you have heated up your lemon oil, vinegar, and water mixture and put it in the microwave, take your sponge or rag and start to remove some of the leftover food, grease, or dirt to have your sparkling microwave back.

And next time remember to cover your leftover spaghetti. 

3. Wipe Out Your Fridge

The inside of your fridge can become gross, and you may not be looking forward to cleaning it out. 

You can try some warm water and a towel to remove stains and dirt inside the fridge, but there may be some stubborn stains.

For those, you can use baking soda mixed with water to try and remove it. Let the paste sit on the stain, and after about an hour, wipe it off and the stain should come with it. 

4. Clean the Inside of Your Oven

An oven can be one of the most annoying things in the kitchen to clean, especially if there isn’t a self-clean function.

You can always buy the harsh chemicals to clean it, but then you have to deal with the smell and the possible skin and eye irritations. 

Instead of that, try covering the oven with baking soda. You can leave it on there as long as you need to for it to soak up the rust and dirt. 

Once you think it’s done, you can wipe away the baking soda and the dirt and grime should come off easily with it. 

5. Make Your Sink Look Brand New

Your sink gets a lot of wear and use, and it may not be as shiny as it once was. 

You can take some of the lemon oil and vinegar that you used to clean your microwave, combine it with baking soda, and clean your sink with that.

It should work to get that shininess back and make your guests wonder how you got it so clean. 

Start Kitchen Cleaning with These Tips

If you’re sick of a messy kitchen, you can start with these kitchen cleaning tips.

If you want more tips or more information on how to make your kitchen look brand new, you can look here

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Is your home in need of a serious deep cleaning?

Can’t remember the last time you broke out the vacuum cleaner? Just feel like a clean house isn’t on your list of priorities? 

The truth is that having a clean home is much more important than you might think. Why does it matter — and how can a cleaner house improve your life? 

Keep on reading this post to find out. Then, learn where you can connect with a home cleaner you can trust.

Less Stress

You’re not imagining it — a messy home has been scientifically proven to raise your stress levels. 

You can’t find what you need because your home isn’t organized, and you only get more anxious and even angry as you create more mess trying to find it.

It can be tough to think calmly in a space filled with clutter. You feel like your mind (just like your things) is a bit all over the place.

Plus, a dirty home stresses you out because it serves as a reminder that you have a task (cleaning your home) that needs finishing. In some cases, you might even feel guilty when you see a mess. It can make you feel like you’re just not doing enough. 

You might even feel anxious about the judgment you’ll get from others when they walk in and see your messy home. 

If you’re looking for ways to mitigate stress in your life, we suggest starting with a clean home. 

Serious Health Benefits

In addition to lowering your stress levels? 

A clean house is also excellent for your physical health. 

A professional house cleaning can improve your respiratory health. All that dust and dirt could be worsening your asthma — especially if you have pets at home.

Hiring a home cleaner can also help to eliminate the serious potential health risks that come with breathing in mold and mildew. In addition to weakening your immune system, mold can lead to skin problems, itchy eyes, and even shortness of breath. 

It’s A Safety Issue

Many people don’t bother to consider the safety risks associated with a messy, cluttered home. 

However, what if if you have children or older people living with you? 

One trip and fall over a pile of books or a slip on a dirty kitchen floor could mean disaster. It’s just not worth the risk — and the potential healthcare and treatment costs. 

Make a commitment to keeping your home clean. We can help. 

Let Us Help You Get a Clean Home

We hope that this post has helped to convince you why having a clean home is invaluable. 

Of course, we understand that you don’t always have time to mop, sweep, dust, and organize. 

That’s why we want to do it for you. 

Learn more about our expert home cleaning services, and book an appointment with one of our maids today. We provide a variety of cleaning services, including green and eco-friendly cleaning options. 

You deserve to live a clean and clutter-free life.