7 Sustainable Swaps To Make In The Bedroom

Although most of us don’t quite achieve the goal of spending ⅓ of our lives sleeping, most of us spend more time in the bedroom than in any other room of the house, even if much of it is spent unconscious.  Our bedrooms have a long history. According to National Geographic, the oldest known “bed” in the world was discovered in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, dating back a whopping 77,000 years. Although that bed was made of sustainable leaves and grasses, our beds and bedrooms have changed quite a bit over ...

2021-09-15T14:41:28+00:00 September 16th, 2021|Residential Cleaning|

How To Clean Cobwebs – And Keep Them From Coming Back

Even just hearing the word “cobwebs” can evoke feelings of eerie haunted houses and Halloween decorations, even though it’s not quite spooky season just yet. But as much fun as decorating with cobwebs and novelty spiders can be, no one wants to deal with cobwebs collecting dust in the corners of our homes. Learn how you can get rid of those pesky cobwebs – and keep them from coming back.

2021-09-03T18:47:06+00:00 September 6th, 2021|Residential Cleaning|

7 Sustainable Swaps To Make In The Kitchen

For most of us, the kitchen is the hub of the home, the place where we congregate with family and friends, and, in these Covid-impacted times, often complete our work or educational tasks. Unfortunately, the kitchen can be the room where it is most difficult to make eco-friendly choices. Single-use plastic packaging, harsh chemical cleaners, and disposable products are easily available and can seem like the most logical choice when food safety is on the line. But there is good news for the eco-conscious — green, sustainable products are making ...

2021-08-27T20:13:06+00:00 August 31st, 2021|Residential Cleaning|

7 Sustainable Swaps to Make in the Bathroom

Bathrooms are a big deal. According to data presented by Daily Infographic, the average person spends more than two years of their life in the bathroom. Meanwhile, data from Houzz suggests that the average American spends about 30 to 60 minutes a day in their home bathrooms — where activities go far beyond bathing, grooming, and using the toilet, to include “sending emails, texting, checking Facebook, listening to music and even answering or making phone calls.” Our bathrooms can be relaxing retreats, a wonderful place to go to escape from ...

2021-08-11T20:54:53+00:00 August 16th, 2021|Residential Cleaning|

5 Tricks For Cleaning Dirty Doormats

The humble doormat is an essential frontline of defense in the seemingly never ending quest to keep your home clean and sanitary.  Your doormat captures all of the dirt, dust, mud, water, allergens, germs, and grime that might otherwise make their way inside, and keeps them trapped outdoors and away from your clean floors.  Over time, though, a doormat that has accumulated too much dirt and dust can become less effective, allowing more allergens and germs to be tracked in on shoes or boots. With a few simple tricks and ...

2021-08-05T08:17:37+00:00 August 9th, 2021|Residential Cleaning|