Seven Bold Home Décor Ideas 2020!
- 1 January, 2020
Maintaining a house is a collective effort of all members of the household. Maintaining the
house regularly prevents the property from falling apart, keeping its value intact especially if
the owner wants to rent out or sell it off.
Regular maintenance includes cleaning, repair works and fixing. There are three important
secrets to maintaining your house and they have been listed below:
The first secret to maintaining a house is to clean. Cleaning the house should not be the duty
of a member of the household but everyone. Whenever anyone makes a mess, they should
clean it up immediately. If there is a spill, it should be mopped up. Plates should not be left
in the kitchen sink; the sink at all times should be empty. About ten minutes should be spent
each day cleaning every part of the house. This will prevent dust from settling on surfaces
which makes cleaning difficult and more stressful. Foam in the bathtub should be washed
away immediately one finishes taking their baths. Pieces of papers should not be left lying
around. These exercises will keep the house clean at all times.
Do not wait for pipelines or electric cables to fall apart completely before getting the
professionals to come and fix it. Experts recommend money to be set aside for routine
checks each month. Are there cracked tiles, paints peeling off or broken louvre blades? Do
not describe them as minor; repair them immediately before they become major works which
To make it easier, divide the tasks to outdoor and indoor. Go round the house to see what
needs to be repaired at the end of each month.
Set out reminders on your smart-phone or calendar to keep you informed on what tasks to
undertake daily, weekly or monthly. They will help you maintain the property and keep the
property in top shape. It is also easier to delegate or share the roles with other house-mates if
Maintaining a house is an important activity that keeps the house clean at all times. It also
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