Which room in American homes gets deep cleaned most often? Hint: It’s the same room we dread cleaning the most! You guessed it – the bathroom. And, according to the American Cleaning Institute’s 2018 National Cleaning Survey, the one item in our homes that is cleaned most often is – the toilet. It doesn’t have… Continue reading Keep Your Bathroom Cleaner Longer
Make sure you follow these simple Halloween Safety tips as you head out for festivities this month. Remember to drive safely for Shawnee Trick or Treat Night on October 31st. Walk Safely Cross the street at corners, using traffic signals and crosswalks. Look left, right and left again when crossing and keep looking as you… Continue reading Halloween Safety
Make a plan for getting out of your home in case of fire. Talk about the importance of getting out and staying out of the house. Many preschoolers believe they can hide from a fire. Tell your child that people cannot hide from a fire, but they can escape from one. Help your child find… Continue reading October is Fire Safety Month
As we head straight into Flu Season it is important that our efforts to protect against Flu germs are doing what we think they are. There is a difference between cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting and it depends greatly on the products you are using. The Cleaning Institute has these definitions to assist you in accomplishing… Continue reading Are you Cleaning or Killing Germs?
As families begin to use their household heating systems and fireplaces, now is a good time to make sure your home is safe this fall and winter. Carbon monoxide, often called CO, is a poisonous gas. You cannot see, smell, or taste it. Carbon monoxide poisoning can happen when you have a large amount of… Continue reading Carbon Monoxide – What you need to know to keep your family safe
Button Up Your House! A great way to think about small cracks around your doors and windows – It’s like putting on a coat and not buttoning it up. You are allowing a lot of air in your home which can really impact your heating cost this winter. Weather-stripping is easily the most cost-effective way… Continue reading Button Up Your House
Every fall and spring people experience more common pests in their homes. This is due to them migrating into or out of the house. Right now they are trying to move in for the winter, so now is the time to make sure you are not rolling out the welcome mat. When controlling indoor/household pest… Continue reading Keep It Pest Free