Keep your home dust-free this Summer (or at least try your best at it)

Regardless of how clean our homes are, surfaces will still collect a little dust every day.  We all have to deal with this on a daily basiss but it can be especially hard for people with asthma, allergies or other breathing problems.

Dust is not only dirt, it can also be pollen, dead skin cells, pet and human hair and many more pollutants and even toxic molecules that can seriously harm you and your family if unattended.

By keeping your home as free of dust as possible, not only will you make a difference in the air quality for you and your family, but you will also protect your furniture, appliances and electronics.

Having good quality entrance mats and removing your shoes while at home helps minimising the amount of dirt that comes into your home.  Making sure your pets have constant baths will not only keep them and your family healthy, it will also diminish microbes and dirt that get dragged in from their fur and paws.

HEPA filters in your vacuum will ensure that even the smallest particles are trapped for a cleaner and fresher air.

Weekly cleanings of your property will ensure your home is as free of dust as possible, tackling extras like blinds, vacuuming couches and upholstery in general will make a huge difference.

But who has time to clean weekly? Leave it to the experts and contact us today to arrange your next appointment