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That Humid Time of Year: Tips for Mold Removal

  Meli Lussier  |    19 April 2017  |    House Cleaning Tips

Depending on what area of the country you live in, spring can often bring the onset of humidity and as a result, mold can certainly become a pesky factor in homes when that happens. 

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Are You Spending the Weekends Scrubbing? Wouldn't it be Better to Spend Just a Few Hours Sparkling Instead?

  Drew Denby  |    12 April 2017  |    House Cleaning Tips,  |    Sarasota

 Did you know we have quite the reputation for our One Time 52 Point Extreme Deep Cleaning Service? Our deep clean is so detailed when we have finished, you will feel like you have a new home.

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Cleaning and Maintaining a Clean Bathroom

  Mitch  |    11 April 2017  |    House Cleaning Tips,  |    Chantilly

Having and maintaining a clean bathroom is essential in each and every household. Cleaning your bathroom is not just for looks it's also a health factor. There is bacteria and potential for mold in all bathrooms. Preventing and cleaning the bathroom is that much more important because of this. Below is a list of ways you can maintain that beautiful and clean area of your home.

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Have Your Home Looking Good with 7 Simple Tasks

  Mitch  |    11 April 2017  |    House Cleaning Tips,  |    Annapolis

You never know when that unexpected vistor will arrive at your home. With this in mind it's important to always maintain a presentable and clean home. With a few daily tasks you can keep the house looking and feeling clean at all times.

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How to teach kids to be green

  Mitch  |    11 April 2017  |    Choosing a maid service,  |    Asheville

With more and more people becoming eco-friendly or "green" it's even more important to teach our kids the importance of being earth friendly, as this is the only planet we have. The main points of being green are reduce, reuse, recycle, and enjoy the earth. Reducing the amount wasted resources like turning off lights, turning off water while brushing can be huge deals if done on a global scale. Reusing items like rechargable batteries or bringing your own bags to grocery store. In stead of throwing away pizza boxes or milk jugs simply putting them in a recycle bin. And finally enjoying what mother nature has given us. Take the family on hike or go camping (remember to leave the camp site how you found it or better). We can't do everything by ourselves, but together we can sure make a difference. Click here to access an article from Kids Health on how to be a green kid, with quizzes and sections for parents as well. Do your part.

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The Eco-Friendly Way to Clean Your Coffeemaker

  Fred Reed  |    10 April 2017  |    House Cleaning Tips,  |    Annapolis

For those of us who are not early risers, the coffeemaker is a lifesaver. Don't let your morning coffee make you sick! Here's some easy tips for helping it feel like itself again...just like it does for you!

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