In the middle of summer, you try to spend as much time as possible outside enjoying the weather and getting healthy doses of vitamin D. Combine pleasant and useful and organise a family cleaning of the outdoor areas of your Reading home. And Summer is the perfect season for that. It is actually better to take care of the outside areas after the spring showers are over, this way you will able to remove all of the debris and dirt from your front porch and stairs. Here are some valuable tips and suggestions from our professional cleaners that can help you with this endeavour.
Why Having Clean Exterior Spaces Is So Important?
You need to take good care for the outside parts of your home. The more dust and mud there is, the bigger the mess inside your house. Regular clean-ups prevent the developing of moss or mould patches and spots. If your deck is wooden, you need to wash it with specialised detergents at least twice a month to keep it in good condition. For concrete decks and porches, a great solution is to pressure wash them. If you are persistent and include the outdoor cleaning in your weekly routine, it will definitely have major positive effects:
- The inside of your home won’t get so much dirt and dust.
- You will eliminate dull smells.
- The possibility of involuntary growing mould colonies gets very small.
- If you have children, they are less prone to develop seasonal allergies, as your porch will no longer accumulate large amounts of dust and pollen.
- If you have pets, they will be more healthy and less likely to develop fungal or skin infections.
It will definitely benefit your annual spring and/or autumn cleanings, as you will have less work to do.
5 Pro Cleaning Tips for Your Reading House
When tidying up the outdoor spaces, you can get easily distracted and overlook some important chores. The easiest way to keep everything in order is by making a short list containing all of your cleaning tasks. This is especially useful for people who are not used to live in a house in Reading. With apartments, there is no need for such hassle. Here is what our teams would do if they need to deal with similar circumstances to deliver the perfect cleaning services.
- Start from the place furthest from your front door. This way you won’t spread dirt on already cleaned areas.
- Consider jet washing or steam cleaning the floors in your garage. This technic will remove oil and grime stains. It will also disinfect the premises.
- Be very careful if you are attempting to remove grass patches from your driveway. Use rubber gloves and a small garden hoe.
- In your back yard start by arranging all children’s toys, furniture, gardening tools, etc. everything must go at its place. Then remove the foliage and mow the lawn. Clean all your pieces of furniture according to the material from which they are made. Swipe the deck and mop it.
- Do not use DIY cleaners as sometimes vinegar and baking soda can seriously damage the wooden surface and destroy their coating. Always use proper cleaning products.
Skip or Clean: What to Do?
Some parts of your house are more important than others when it comes to cleanliness and spreading germs inside the home. This means you can skip some chores occasionally but others you need to strictly perform.
- Garden work is boring and tiresome and to be frank you don’t have to mow the lawn so often.
- However, you should mop and swipe on a weekly basis the front parts of your house. The places with the most foot traffic must be the ones you invest your time and efforts in.
- If you have a pet that you let outside, you need to clean its feet every time it enters the home. This way the outside germs won’t get spread inside. With cats, this is quite difficult, but if you have a dog you can use a simple wet wipe to wash its paws.
Remember, cleaning is important but if it’s too hot outside just skip the chores. Your health and well-being are much more important than swiping your front porch. And if you really want everything to be spotless you can always contact your local Reading cleaning company and let them do all the work.