I know I already told you about my favorite spring items this year, but let’s talk about Spring Cleaning!
I don’t think I am the only one who gets so excited when the weather gets warmer to get outside and start planting my flowers and garden! I start thinking about everything I will grow beginning in January, and I love pulling up to my house with spring flowers in bloom. I believe this is what most of us think about when I talk about outdoor maintenance, but it goes so much deeper than that! Spring is also the time to get your gutters cleaned, the sides of your house pressure washed, the landscaping cleaned up, and fix any damage that winter storms could have caused.
When most people think about spring cleaning, they wash their baseboards, dust all the light fixtures, and organize their kitchen pantry. However, be sure not to overlook some of these other items:
- Changing your HVAC filters.
- Getting your chimney swept.
- Changing the batteries in your smoke alarms and CO2 detectors.
- Checking for any spots in the home’s interior that might need repainting.
Look at the Blank Slate of your Home-
A while ago, I put out a blog talking about keeping your home cohesive throughout the seasons, and one of the things I spoke about is loving the blank slate of your home; if you weren’t able to do this at the end of the holiday season I highly suggest doing it during your spring cleaning! One of the top things to do while looking at the blank slate of your home is to make sure you love all of the furniture and fixtures! Your home will never feel how you want it to if you hate the wall color, lighting, flooring, or furniture. For all of these things, we are here to help! Our showroom is open Tuesday- Thursday from 10-4, and the Snohomish Storefront is open from 12-5, Sunday- Friday, and 10-5 on Saturdays! We are running a Spring Savings event to help you save on the furniture your home may need!
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