When it comes to keeping your house clean, do you feel like you're running in circles? You might feel that it's a never-ending chore. While it's true that there is always work to be done in a house, having a system that makes the job quick and efficient might help you to get the house clean and to maintain the job you've done.
Don't Work By Yourself - Whether you have one small child, a teenager, or many children, they should understand that being part of a family also means that you pitch in to help. In fact, even little children can do important jobs. Have a family meeting where you establish the fact that you are serious about getting the house clean and about everybody helping to maintain it.
Get Organized - Set a schedule of things that will be done on certain days.
Know Your Limits - Of course, low windows and mirrors are easy to clean. However, if you have high windows or huge windows, it is a really good idea to hire professionals to do the job. Paying somebody to do high windows is certainly less expensive than a trip to the emergency room! Professionals like Elite Clean Up will have the right equipment to access hard-to-reach places and they will leave you with windows that are sparkling and clean. The products they'll use are friendly to the environment, too. Consider setting up a service where the cleaners come to your house monthly or at least every few months to keep your windows looking beautiful.
Consider keeping a chore chart of extra things that need to be done. This would be a great way for your kids to make extra spending money.
When my wife and I were shopping for our first house a couple of years ago, one of the things that we were sure to pay a lot of attention to was the windows. Windows play an important role in the amount of energy your home uses to stay cool in the summer and warm during the winter. Window technology has come a long way in the last couple of decades and having the right windows can save you money on your monthly energy bills. This blog is here to enlighten you on what's out there and what's best for you and your home.