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What's A Deep Clean, And Does Your House Need One?

Friday, April 8, 2022   /   by Teresa Dipeso

What's A Deep Clean, And Does Your House Need One?

Tidying up your home every day or every few days is a great way to keep your space clean — but scrubbing every nook and cranny on a daily basis is not always a simple task. That's why a deep clean could be your answer to a spotless home.

Deep cleaning can create a healthier environment by getting rid of dirt, dust and other grime. 

Here's everything you need to know about deep cleaning, signs that your home is in need of one and the benefits of hiring a professional cleaning service.

Basic Cleaning Vs. Deep Cleaning: What's The Difference?

For most, cleaning is a part of everyday life. Daily and weekly tasks such as carpet cleaning, wiping countertops, taking out the trash, doing the laundry and washing dishes are all considered basic cleaning. However, your home needs a deeper cleaning every so often to ensure that all areas are tended to.

A deep house cleaning is a very involved process in which all aspects of the home are given full attention for a cleaning. You're not just picking up the clutter and wiping down surfaces. You're often thoroughly decluttering, scrubbing and sanitizing areas around the home. The following tasks are common when deep-cleaning your home:

  • Cleaning inside all kitchen appliances (stove, fridge, etc.), including the range hood.
  • Cleaning cabinets and drawers.
  • Cleaning floors, carpets and baseboards.
  • Wiping down blinds.
  • Cleaning interior windows.
  • Cleaning all light fixtures and bulbs.
  • Dusting ceiling fans.
  • Cleaning AC/heat vents.
  • Cleaning the bathroom — all aspects.
  • Dusting in all areas (living room, bedrooms, common areas).

Necessary tasks and targeted areas may vary depending on the house, but the main goal of a deep clean is to rid your home of contaminants and keep your family healthy. If you're planning to hire a local professional, be sure to ask what their deep-cleaning checklist entails.

Reasons Your Home Is Ready For A Deep Clean

There are several telltale signs that your home is in need of a deep cleaning — walls covered in fingerprints, dusty light bulbs and a refrigerator that's growing plant life, to name a few. But there are some additional reasons you may want to deep-clean your home.

You're looking to reduce germs and allergy triggers in your home. It's important to remove dust, dirt and bacteria from your home to ensure the health and safety of your family members. Doing a deep clean of your home can help eliminate mites and allergens that cause allergies, as well as prevent the spread of any illness-causing germs.

You're moving in or moving out of your home. Have you recently bought a new place or are you moving out of a rental? You may want to consider hiring a deep-cleaning service to get everything perfect. New-place perfection means no traces of the old owners or renters remain, and rental move-out perfection means getting all that deposit money back.

You're hosting a party or event at your home. If you're hosting a party at your home, the last thing you want is a guest to notice that grime on your kitchen backsplash or the dust covering your vents. That's why investing in a professional to do a deep dive of your home and clean those easy-to-miss, hard-to-reach places is a must before your next soirée.

Teresa M DiPeso & The DiPeso Group Jersey Shore Real Estate Experts
Teresa M. DiPeso
5901 New Jersey Ave
Wildwood Crest, NJ 08260
609-780-1434

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