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Has your home been making you feel sick lately? Do you often sneeze or cough while at home? These could be signs of hidden allergens around the house.

Your home should never make you feel sick. It’s your sanctuary and should make you feel happy, safe, and healthy. Thankfully, there are plenty of ways to create a clean and healthy home.

With all the right healthy home tips and tricks, you can have a clean home in no time! The first step is knowing what home cleaning and maintenance tasks you should be doing. Not sure where to begin?

Continue reading the guide below. Here’s everything you need to know about creating a healthy and happy home!

Leave Shoes at the Door

The first rule to be set in place and enforced in your home is to leave shoes at the door. This is especially true for homes with carpeting or rugs. The bottom of shoes can carry a wide variety of germs and bacteria.

Think about all of the places your shoes travel to throughout the day. All of the dirt, dust, and bacteria that your shoes stepped on and have been carrying around are now in your home. All of this bacteria then transfers to the floors in your house.

You’ll then breathe this in and spread it to other areas of your home. To stop this from happening, enforce a no-shoe rule in your home. Have a bin or shelf for everyone to put their shoes on by the front and back door.

Ensure It’s Well Ventilated

Mold, mildew, germs, and bacteria all thrive in a warm and moist environment. One of the best things you can do for your home is to make sure it’s well ventilated. If bathrooms and kitchens don’t have exhaust fans, then you’ll want to be sure to open windows when showering or cooking.

You should also inspect your home for signs of leaks. Start in the attic to check for leaks in the roof, then inspect your plumbing system and drainage system on the exterior of your home. If you see any signs of a water leak, then repair it as soon as possible.

Water in your home can create an unhealthy space so always take it seriously, even the smallest of leaks.

Bring in Some Greenery

If you don’t already own a few houseplants, then now is the time to head out and pick some up. There are plenty of plants that do well inside the house. There are even a few plants that are ideal for anyone who doesn’t have a green thumb.

For example, the aloe plant or the snake plant are both beautiful and low-maintenance. Another added benefit is that they both help to purify the air. Take some time looking into different plants native to your area and which ones would do best inside the house.

Not only do plants help purify the air, but they also bring a sense of aesthetics with them. Many people enjoy gardening or caring for plants as a way to beat depression as well. For these reasons, adding greenery to your home can help it transition into a healthy space.

Allow For Lots of Natural Light

It’s also beneficial to allow lots of natural light to enter your home. Natural light will help you save on your electric bill since you can open the blinds instead of turning on a light. Being exposed to natural light throughout the day can even help you battle seasonal depression, improve sleep, boost vitamin D, and more.

Try your best to let in as much natural light as possible by opening curtains and blinds and removing large furniture pieces from in front of the windows.

Separate Work and Play Areas

If you’re one of the many people who now work from home, then you know just how difficult it can be to keep the mindset of being “at work.” Although you now work from home, your house is still your comfort space and the place where you go to relax. To help keep your work separated from your home, it’s important to have a designated work area where everyone in the family knows you’re at work when you’re there.

You might need to assign one room in the house as your home office or use curtains and other separation techniques to block off your workstation from the rest of the house.

Keep the Home Decluttered

Do you often struggle to keep your home clutter-free? A home that’s full of clutter can have a negative impact on your mood. Clutter can prevent you from thinking clearly and is quite distracting.

When you have a clean and clutter-free home, your home will appear larger than it is and the clear space can improve mood. To ensure the home is decluttered at all times, you’ll want to conduct daily cleaning tasks. Some cleaning tasks can be done once a week or once a month, but there are other small things that should be done daily.

These daily cleaning tasks include clearing out the sink of any dishes, picking laundry up from the floor, clearing off the dining room table, wiping all surfaces in the kitchen after cooking, and more. When you do these simple tasks every day, your home will stay much cleaner.

Hire Professional House Clean Services

Life can get busy and there’s no denying it. When you’re day consist of work and taking care of your family, it’s sometimes difficult to find the time to clean your home the way it needs to be cleaned. If you’re struggling to maintain the health and cleanliness of your home, then know you’re not alone.

That’s why it’s beneficial to consider hiring professional house cleaning services. Professional maid services can clean your home for you on a regular basis, as a one-time deep cleaning or move-in/move-out cleaning, and more. You’ll then have the free time to spend with your family, your friends, or with yourself.

Let Us Help You Create a Healthy Home

Let Scrub N Bubbles Cleaning help you create a clean and healthy home for you. We understand it’s a privilege to clean your home for you and our duty to clean it in the safest manner possible. We can even use environmentally friendly and organic cleaning products per your request.

We offer a variety of house cleaning services and look forward to hearing from you. Request a quote today to learn more.