Does it really matter if you let your home slip into a mess? Actually, yes.
You will feel less stressed.
Visual clutter leads to mental clutter. A 2010 study in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin revealed that women with messier homes have higher levels of cortisol than those with tidy houses. What does that mean? Your stress levels are linked to your space. Tackling those outstanding to-dos and getting your house in order can help you manage stress.
It will improve safety.
A clean home leaves fewer places for germs and bacteria to hide. Plus, dust and allergens build up in carpeting, bedding and upholstery over time, contributing to worsened allergies and asthma. Leaving loose items around like toys may increase the risk of trips and falls. If there are stacks of boxes and other large piles can easily fall on top of someone and injure them. Organizing can make a huge difference in the overall safety of your home.
It will keep pests away.
Bugs and other household pests like warm, damp environments and they have a tendency to disguise themselves in dusty, untidy areas. Regular cleaning helps occupants discover pest problems and treat them accordingly.By having us do regular cleaning in your home, it will help keep bugs and other pests from nesting in your home.
There are many more benefits to having a clean home or even an office. I believe we would all benefit from having less stress and less germs roaming around in our home. Don’t you agree?
Call us today to get you on the right path that is free of stress and germs at 928-503-2488!