Facing a new year also means needing to deal with your home’s clutter from the past. Whether it be how unorganised your rooms used to look or how messy your house felt even at its best, spring cleaning allows you to let go of the old to welcome the new. If you’re still unsure about where to start with the cleaning, here are some areas that might need extra attention.
Managing your ventilation
It doesn’t matter how small or how huge your home is, you still have to deal with the issue of ventilation. Most householders would rather keep renovation costs to a minimum by introducing multiple airways and windows to create a steady flow of ventilation, but they’re not the best option if you’re close to the city or you’re working with a small space.
Air conditioning units function not just to keep it warm in the winter and chilly in the summer but also work as an added protection of filtration from the air outside. Depending on the area that you need to cover, the unit that you need to purchase differs in power and cost. Finding bespoke services is an excellent way to keep your expenses to a minimum, especially if you’re only dealing with smaller spaces. Check out specialists in air conditioning Brighton offers, not only for installation and repair but also for cleaning services to keep your aircon units and vents dust free and in working order.
Decluttering your rooms of trinkets
If you notice that you’re a little bit of a hoarder, then you might not know how to arrange your souvenirs and jewellery properly. The clutter of your items in the living room might be an exciting way to break the ice, but it’s not always a pleasant sight. Though you might have an eye for interesting trinkets, it doesn’t always follow that you’re the best at keeping them organised.
A smart way to deal with souvenirs is by having them separated into two boxes labelled ‘for display’ and ‘for storage’. Some of them might not match the aesthetic of your living room; in which case, they should be placed somewhere else, either in storage or in your bedroom. Once you have them separated, you’ll have a brighter and more spacious living room.
Keeping a close watch on your storage areas
Every house is unique in its own right, with nooks and crannies that are personal to you, its owner. However, you need to keep in mind that every nook and cranny is a potential home for dust and other harmful substances that could grow right under your nose. Pay extra close attention to your storage areas that don’t receive much sunlight as they could be home to insects such as ants, termites, or even mould. You’ll need to be extra prepared when cleaning attics, storage sheds, and basements, but be sure to make it a habit to clean them frequently instead of only at the start or at the end of the year.
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