As the leaves begin to change and fall from the trees around your home or office, you might be thinking about taking some time to clean and organize your space to prepare for the winter months ahead. The first official day of autumn is now behind us, and there’s no better time to give your home or office a quality cleaning.
While it’s hard to leave behind the barbecues and pool parties of the summer, you can take advantage of the extra time you spend indoors as the temperatures start to drop and the days become shorter to clean up around your house or organize your office.
To help you get started on a good note towards an enjoyable and healthy holiday season, check out these fall cleaning tips:
If you spend a lot of time on your computer at home or in your office, it makes sense to take some time to wipe down your electronics, such as your keyboard, mouse, and monitor to make sure they are dust free. If you’re pretty savvy around computer parts, you should take some time to dust your computer’s CPU fan to remove the dust buildup there as well.
Germ Hot Spots
If you’re planning on hosting a Thanksgiving meal or simply planning on doing a lot of baking this holiday season, you should take some time to rid your home of germ spots. Some major germ “hot spots in your your home and office include the kitchen sink and faucet handles, microwave, vending machine, phones, drinking fountains, and much more.
If you’re going to be hosting friends and family this holiday season, it’s best to have your carpets cleaned before the hustle and bustle begins. Depending on the level of traffic in certain areas of your home or office, different carpeted areas might need special care. Make sure to work with a professional cleaning company to make sure you receive the type of service you deserve.
Clean As You Change
For many, the holiday season brings with it a change of home décor. As the seasons change, people start to think about bringing their holiday decorations out of storage. As it turns out, you can take advantage of pulling your decorations out of storage to clean otherwise inaccessible areas of your home.
Think About Air Quality
While vacuuming might be a regular part of your cleaning routine, some people only include this vital task as part of their annual or bi-annual cleaning efforts, it makes sense to find time to vacuum more often than that.
When it comes to maintaining the indoor air quality of your home, vacuuming is an essential task. Perpetually dirty carpets can severely compromise the air quality inside of your home, and we recommend using a HEPA filtration vacuum to ensure that your family is breathing easy at all times when you’re at home.
If you don’t have time to clean your own home or office, you should consider the benefits of hiring a professional cleaning company. Check out the services available from Regency Cleaning on our website today!