Stay Cool: The Importance Of Having Your Air Conditioning Ducts Professionally Cleaned After Renovations
Having your home renovated can be a laborious and messy process, and the amount of detritus, rubble, plaster dust and other waste materials left behind after the average renovation makes calling in professional construction cleaning services to handle the mess a very good idea. These thorough cleaning services will scrub every trace of waste construction material away from the areas you ask them to, but there is one particularly important space to clean that often goes forgotten -- your air conditioning ducts.
If you need to dispose of a large amount of waste which is stored on the higher floors of a building, you may be dreading carrying it all downstairs. However, by investing in a garbage chute, you may be able to avoid the back-breaking work involved in transporting large quantities of waste by hand. A garbage chute will allow you to simply let gravity do all the hard work once you have dropped the waste from the side of the building.
Cleaning tile around the home can be very challenging, as some stains can get ground in and become very difficult to clean and remove completely, especially from porous tile materials and from the surrounding grout. You also need to ensure you don't use harsh chemicals and abrasives that will actually damage the tile or cause pits and holes in the surface, which can then lead to the tile holding even more dirt and looking even dingier.
Before you move out of a rented property, it's important to go over your contract to see whether there is anything that stipulates what must be done before handing back the keys. Often the contract will state that the property must be presented in the same condition, minus wear and tear. However others might require you to invest in a professional cleaning company to ensure that the carpets and furnishings are clean and ready for the next occupants.
Bleach is often used as a cleanser for bathroom tile and grout, as it does kill bacteria, mould, and mildew; however, you may notice that bleach doesn't make grout look bright and white again, and bathroom tile may also still look dingy and dirty after using bleach. This is because bleach strips fabrics of colour dyes, leaving the material white, but grout and bathroom tiles don't have colour dyes that can be pulled up in the same way, so bleach won't whiten and brighten those surfaces.