When you think about cleaning your house, tasks like wiping down counter tops and vacuuming carpets probably come to mind. You might clean the bathroom and make sure everything is tidied up, but when was the last time you hand wiped your fan blades, window lock ledges, sills and baseboards? What about the interior of your refrigerator? Cleaning your home is important and sometimes you need to go above and beyond.
Deep Cleaning Addresses the Commonly Ignored Build Up
There are plenty of areas within our homes that we don’t often get to or get to at all. Life is BUSY! The baseboards of closets, underneath the beds, cabinet fronts, and other areas where dust doesn’t stop and continues to build up. Just like grass in the warm weather months, dust and buildup don’t stop no matter the activity in your home. To be fair, these neglected areas may not need as much attention as often, but they will eventually begin to attract and accumulate build up if unattended to for long periods of time. We call this “old” dirt in the professional cleaning industry.
Deep Cleaning Tackles the Tough Stuff
Some cleaning jobs around the house get continually put off because they aren’t the easiest to complete. Ceiling fans tend to accumulate dust quickly, but many of us rarely look towards the ceiling when surveying areas that are in need of cleaning. If we do notice a dusty fan or cobwebbed ceiling, few homeowners have the immediate reaction of searching their home for a ladder that is tall enough to reach these high places and climbing up there to take care of the dust. A thorough, deep cleaning will address hard-to-reach areas as well as other troublesome spots:
- Window sills
- Door panels
- Lamp shades
- Cabinet fronts
- Carpet Edges
Deep Cleaning Gives You More Free Time
Deeper and more efficient house cleanings ultimately provides you with two major benefits when it comes to your own tidying duties as a homeowner:
#1 – Individual cleanings between deep treatments will be less intensive and therefore require less of your time.
#2 – Cleaning sessions can be completed with a stronger routine. Every two weeks is the maximum before that “old” dirt starts accumulating and becomes harder to handle. A quick dust with a lamps wool duster won’t be sufficient. Hand wiping may be required.
How to Schedule a Deep Cleaning in Eldersburg, MD
If you’re tired of trying to maintain an exhausting schedule of cleanings in your home and want more free time to do the things you enjoy, hiring the professionals at Immaculate Clean to perform deep cleaning services for you is one of the smartest decisions you can make. To get started, simply fill out our form to request a FREE cleaning estimate or contact us by phone at 410-549-0727 today!