Residential cleaning businesses are booming as more working professionals opt to outsource some of the house cleaning. But that boom also comes with increased competition for your cleaning service. The competition might make it hard to offer a lower price or more extensive services than the other companies. But there are a few other ways you can stand out in a crowded market.
A bonded cleaning service can offer clients the peace of mind of knowing that if something should happen to a personal belonging during cleaning, your company can and will offer financial compensation.
If you're in between house cleaning appointments, you might be in a bit of a panic if you learn that company is coming and your home isn't quite as clean as you would like. This happens to everyone, but you can transform your home in about 15 to 30 minutes if you know a few little tricks. Keep these tips handy to help you make a great impression on those last minute guests.
Stains in your carpet can be very difficult to get rid of. Stains look awful when people look at your carpet and get the perception that your home is dirty. Here is a step-by-step list of instructions on how to remove a stain from your carpet using homemade stain remover.
For this job you will need the following items:
A bottle of white vinegar An iron Access to an electrical outlet A vacuum cleaner Dish towels One mixing bowl One spray bottle Start by mixing together 1/4 white vinegar into a mixing bowl to 3/4 water.
Keeping dust out of your home is important for your overall health, especially if you're prone to allergies. Dust can harbor bacteria, mold spores and other irritants. Most health-conscious people are pretty good about vacuuming their carpets and dusting their furniture regularly to keep dust under control, but even they are probably missing a few key areas. Put that nozzle attachment on your vacuum and prepare for an afternoon of cleaning.
You and your partner are about to become the parents of a wonderful little girl or boy. Pregnancy can be an exciting and challenging time, especially for first-time parents. By now, you've probably read countless parenting books and magazines about what to expect during pregnancy and during your child's first months. However, there's one thing you may have overlooked: how are you going to get your house ready for your baby? These three tips will guide you with some ideas you may not have thought of.