You may have done a thorough job of cleaning your house at the beginning of spring. However, autumn is just a few weeks away, so you might have realized it's time for another thorough cleaning — one that will last through Thanksgiving and Christmas and even into 2020?
Do you already have a plan to thoroughly clean your house? If so, maybe you have assembled your cleaning products already. If that's not the case, from having a plan to arranging for window cleaning services, here are some ideas that might help you.
Have A Plan
Think of giving yourself a deadline for when your house will be spick and span. For example, if you want to have it done by Labor Day, then you need to start right away. However, consider giving yourself more time so that you can pay attention to detail. Instead of choosing a chore for each day of the week, divide the chores so that you do different ones each week.
For example, one week could be dedicated to cleaning bedrooms. That would mean going through closets and drawers and getting rid of things you don't want. It would mean dusting picture frames and other decorative items you have on your dresser or chest of drawers.
The next week might be dedicated to cleaning both the kitchen and the utility room. Has soap accumulated in the washing machine area? Maybe there's excessive lint near the dryer. And, what about the oven and the refrigerator in your kitchen? This would be the perfect week to take care of those items.
If you pay attention to everything in the rooms you are cleaning, then your house will soon look like something in a decorating magazine.
One thing that might be too much of a stretch for you is cleaning your windows. That is especially true if you live in a house with very high ceilings or if you have picture windows that are too large to thoroughly clean yourself.
With that in mind, consider hiring a window cleaning service like A-Plus Window Cleaning. The workers who come to your house will have the training and the experience to do the job in a way you aren't equipped to. They'll bring state-of-the-art equipment and cleaning products that won't damage the environment.
Think of making a plan for the window cleaners to return to your house on a periodic basis. For example, right before the holidays might be a good time for them to return to your house.