Deep Cleaning just makes you feel better!
When is the last time you have a professional perform deep cleaning in your home, office, or business? Cleaning is inevitable – we all have to deal with it at some point. But, is your home or business really clean? Regardless of the size of your home or office, [...]
you will end up with a mess, and you will have to clean it up. Small messes aren’t the problem – it’s when we let the small messes become BIG messes. After a while, you have a collection of dirt, dust, and other foreign substances that can become more than just a displeasing sight.
When you do clean, you do it right …. right?
Even though you may be good, are you sure you aren’t overlooking some things when you clean? Today, we’re going to talk about a few things you might be overlooking while cleaning. Hopefully, it will help you to refocus and get everything “just perfect”.
When cleaning, you look for large messes that you can see immediately. You look for dirty clothes, overflowing trash bins, piled up plates, etc. This is a good start – it’s not everything though. What about the hidden areas?
If you don’t want to deal with respiratory issues and/or rodent issues, then you have to dig deeper than a surface-level clean. It takes longer, but it is worth it in the end.
What Happens When You Overlook Messes?
Overlooking messes might not be problematic instantly, but over time, they can lead to stained and damaged floors, walls, and even furniture. Plus, removing the abundance of dirt (and other foreign substances) can be even harder once they’ve become “set”.
When you leave dust and other floating pollutants (i.e. pollen) in your home, you are asking for health and respiratory issues. Plus, left-behind messes can attract rodents and pests, some of which can become more than a nuisance (i.e. eating through wires, showing up unannounced, living with you).
What Can You Do?
The best solution is to do a thorough cleaning. Now, this does not have to be done every time that you clean, but it shouldn’t be months between a true cleaning session. For most, this is too much. If that’s you, then you should call a professional cleaning service.
Professional cleaners can handle the heavy cleaning jobs while you keep the house neat and tidy. Plus, they have the right equipment and experience to look where you won’t and clean what you can’t.
While you may think you are doing a good job cleaning, you could be overlooking some areas that could be causing some serious problems. Hidden areas and places that you don’t think about can creep up on you without any major warning signs. Once there, it can take a lot longer than you expected (or wanted).
You should plan a major/thorough cleaning session at least once every three months. If this is too much, give us a call and let us handle all the heavy work while you relax.
About the Author: Jason Knight
Jason Knight is the founder and owner of Kwik Dry Floor to Ceiling Cleaning & Restoration. Since 2008, Kwik Dry has been a family-owned business dedicated to providing the highest quality cleaning and restoration services. We began in Greenville, Illinois and in May 2014 we opened up our new location in Gulf Shores, Alabama where we have continued to serve residential and commercial clients with the same value and commitment. Today we are happily serving residents and businesses along the Gulf Coast of Alabama and Florida including Orange Beach, Gulf Shores, Foley, Pensacola, Perdido Key and surrounding areas. We use the exclusive Kwik Dry cleaning system, featuring an All-Natural Citrus Cleaner that is SAFE for kids and pets and dries in about an hour. We provide professional residential and commercial cleaning for carpets, tile and grout, ceilings and more. We generously provide each of our customers with exceptional customer service and the cleanest ceilings, floors and surfaces possible. Learn about us on our website or call us with any questions. We're looking forward to giving you a cleaning experience worth talking about.Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.