Deep Cleaning Might Be The Protective Layer Your Home Needs

Traditionally, people deep clean their home at the beginning of spring to make it look better and reduce the clutter. However, the effects of this action spread beyond the appearance of your living environment and doing it once a year is definitely not enough. Deep cleaning helps you maintain a good mental, physical and emotional health. That’s why it could be the very protective layer your home needs right now.

Deep Cleaning and Your Physical Health

Regular cleans maintain your property in a good and healthy condition, however, germs, dust and allergens never stop accumulating. Eventually, you end up with piles of harmful microorganisms you don’t notice and they could be detrimental to the health of anyone living in that space. Along with the germs, we humans tend to accumulate clutter, regardless of how mindful we are not to. Clutter is the favourite hiding place for a variety of house pests – from ordinary spiders and bugs to larger species like mice, rats and squirrels.

Deep cleaning your home will ensure that it is also appropriately disinfected. It has never been more important to protect your living environment from bacteria and viruses. While COVID-19 may no longer dominate the news in our country, China has gone into a strict lockdown for many weeks now and if history tends to repeat itself, this doesn’t sound very optimistic for the rest of the world. In addition, a new type of hepatitis has been making headlines and scientists believe it is linked to adenoviruses. Both the corona and adenoviruses can be eliminated from surfaces with the appropriate virucidal solutions. So, home and workplace disinfection becomes, once again, just as important as personal hygiene.

Deep Cleaning and Your Mental Health

Your body needs cleaning to be healthy and so does your mind. Something so trivial as deep cleaning your home can have a tremendously positive impact on your mental health. Very often when we get into low moods or light forms of depression, a simple change of scenery can make us feel better. Rearranging some furniture, getting rid of old items and improving the appearance of your living environment can boost serotonin levels and lift up your mood.

Also, a clean space will make you more motivated, inspired and focused. These are all great for your mental performance and health.

Deep Cleaning and Your Emotional Health

You’ve heard the cliche mind-body-soul. But you know what people say about cliches – they might sound boring and a little cheesy, but imminently there’s truth to all of them. A human is not 100% unless they protect all three pieces of the puzzle.

Deep cleaning your home can shift the energy in the place and make you feel more at ease, relaxed or even determined to follow your dreams. Getting rid of some old items could be emotionally hard at first, but then it releases positive charge in your surroundings as it creates space for new and better things to come around. Cleaning your home cleanses its energy and attracts goodness, joy and abundance.

Any time is a great time to have your place deep cleaned, so if you haven’t made arrangements yet, pick up the phone and let’s have a chat. We guarantee you’ll feel like a new person, living in a new home after we are done with the job. While all hard work and protective efforts start within you, they continue within the walls of your precious home.