Hamilton County, IN Cleaning News
Thanksgiving is almost here! The holiday season has officially arrived! This is an exciting time of the year, but it is also stressful. We know you love spending the holidays with your family and friends, and you want the day to go perfectly.
The change of season is a good reminder for us to catch us on some of the household tasks that get forgotten about during the summer months.
With a rising number of cases of COVID and many families staying at home, it’s important to consider whether or not residential house cleaning services are essential. While many people think that hiring a cleaning service is a luxury, it’s actually a necessity.
Many people confuse the concepts of cleaning and sanitation, thinking they can be used interchangeably. While both are extremely important, you should focus on how to clean and sanitize your home, particularly in 2020 as we define a “new normal.”
Planning a big move this fall? Let us help! Our move in/move out cleaning services will leave your previous space clean and disinfected for the next occupant, helping you keep that rental deposit or ensuring a happy buyer.
About 75% of people who experience spring allergies also have allergy symptoms between early August to late September. In Indiana, ragweed is an extremely common allergen, and can truly put a damper on fall activities. With COVID causing heightened concern about stray sneezes and coughing, it’s tempting to let allergies hold us back from enjoying the cooler weather. To fight back, here are a few tips to keep your family safe and healthy this season:
While this year has been anything but normal, back to school season is sneaking up on us as always. In many of the regions we serve, including Hamilton County and Northern Indianapolis, students are going back to school in a phased approach, starting with virtual learning, but heading back into the classroom when it’s safe. With the ongoing discussion about how to make school safe in person, or productive at home, many of us have overlooked how dramatic the back to school routine can be in ord...