Friday, April 10, 2020

Spring Cleaning Musts You Won’t Want to Skip

Spring is a time of renewal, both for nature and for the home. There is something enormously gratifying about giving your home a deep spring cleaning that will make everything feel like new. But while certain chores are obvious, others are often overlooked. Here are five oft-forgotten tasks you should be sure to include in your spring cleaning checklist:

Deep Clean the Oven

Cleaning the stove seems more obvious, because it's right there in front of you, but having a clean oven is just as important. Take an afternoon to scrub inside and remove all those burnt bits of food that have accumulated.

Account for Water Damage

Removing any water damage from the winter needs to be a part of your spring clean, because it is not superficial but diminishes the structural integrity of your home. Hiring professional help is often is the safest way to do so. You can find the location, avoid further damage, and ensure your home is safe.

Dust the Blinds

Blinds are famous for accumulating dust. As temperatures rise, you'll likely start opening windows. The last thing you want is for all that dust on the blinds to get blown into your home. If you are noticing more dust than normal, you might need to schedule an air duct cleaning.
Clean the Attic and Crawl Spaces

There are certain parts of the house we always remember to clean, like the kitchen and bathrooms, and others we often forget. But an attic left alone for years on end can become a grim sight indeed. Be sure not to leave these unseen places uncleaned.

Clean the Ducts

Air ducts are prone to getting dirty, and all the accumulated dust ends up being blown into your home. Cleaning the ducts prevents this from happening. If you’ve recently had construction done, or suffer from allergies or asthma, clean air ducts are key.

A true spring cleaning is a labor-intensive job, and it is often best to bring in some professionals to help. Contact GreenPro Cleaning and Restoration to take care of your ducts, attics, crawl spaces, and water damage.

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