It’s getting to that time of year again where summer is just around the corner but there is a fair bit of work to be done beforehand. Yes, we’re talking about spring cleaning – those dreaded chores that have to be done.
It’s far too easy to overlook your outdoor areas when you’re focused on cleaning the inside of your house, but you’ve got to spread the work both in and out. After all, fingers crossed, you’ll be spending the majority of your summer outside. So where do you start?
For those of you naturally born with green thumbs, this will be considered a hobby rather than hard work. However, for those of you who would much rather recline on your sunlounger and have the lawn magically mown, you’re going to have to dig deep and do it. There is plenty of jobs to be done outside.
Trim the hedges, watering the plants and cleaning the patio furniture to name just a few. It is a lot of effort, but your hard work will be worth it when you’ve got a gorgeous garden to spend your time in. Try your best to maintain it throughout the year, as this will save you so much work in the long run.
Spring cleaning can be such hard work, but there is something to be said for the sheer satisfaction of pressure washing. You can see years of built up grime and dirt be blasted away within a few seconds.
SGS Engineering has a fantastic range of pressure washers for you to peruse. You can use a pressure washer on your outside tiled areas such as patios or swimming pools, or the driveway to your house.
It’s up to you whether you want to wash your windows yourself or get professional help, but either way, it’s a job that needs doing. The glorious spring sunshine will shine through your windows, and show off all the grime. It’s definitely the less glamorous side of summer.
Cleaning your windows will make the exterior of your house look so much better. Don’t forget the insides will need cleaning from time to time, too.
According to The Telegraph, one of the best things you can do for your outside space is to cut down on your use of plastics. Biodegradable alternatives offer much better options for your garden.
It makes perfect sense that if you want to clean up your outside spaces, you can make an effort to use materials which benefit the environment rather than harm it. Spring cleaning can stretch from the ins and outs of your house to your lifestyle too. You can make environmentally clean decisions.
What are your tips for cleaning outdoor spaces?