Heavy Duty Cleaning

To keep your home clean and tidy, you might be wondering how often you need to do heavy-duty cleaning. The answer is that it depends on the type of environment that your house is in. If there are no pets or children at home, then deep cleaning may only need to be done once a year. But if there are lots of people living in the house with lots of pets or kids running around, a deep cleaning may need to be done every month or so. 

No worries, we’ve got you covered! We’re going to break it down for you based on daily, weekly, and monthly cleaning. In this article, we’ll discuss where and how often heavy-duty cleaning is needed in your home.  

Daily Deep Cleaning 

The kitchen is one of the most important spaces in your house. It’s where you prepare and cook food, which makes it an excellent candidate for daily cleaning efforts! One way to keep your home clean and safe is by making sure the food preparation area stays clutter-free. Cockroaches can contaminate any unprepared surfaces they come into contact with, so it’s important not just for their sake but for yours as well that these areas stay tidy! Sweep daily or after each use if possible to prevent potential infestations.

The best way to keep your bedroom clean and organized every day is to make sure it’s a place where you can rest well at night. Keeping your room free of clutter and well-organized is an excellent way to keep small messes from becoming big problems.

The bathroom is the second place you visit in your house after entering from outside. Keep it clean by brushing or flushing properly every morning and evening, taking a soft sponge for wiping down shower walls if needed to avoid scum build-up on them as well.

Weekly Deep Cleaning 

Weekly tasks to deep clean your home are also excellent ways to assist with the overall upkeep of your home. We’ve listed some essential tasks below: 

  • Dusting 
  • Sanitizing brushes and sponges
  • Wiping down appliances
  • Mopping kitchen/bathroom floors
  • Vacuuming the floor/carpets
  • Cleaning living room furniture and mirrors
  • Scrubbing the bathtub/shower
  • Washing your towels after three uses

Bi-Weekly, Monthly, And Yearly Deep Cleaning 

These tasks should be completed every month or every two weeks for optimal deep cleaning in some cases. 

Tasks to be done at least bi-weekly: 

  • Changing sheets/pillowcases 
  • Washing household linens
  • Changing tablecloths/placemats, polish furniture 
  • Refrigerator
  • Dishwasher
  • Doorknobs
  • Handles 

Tasks to be done monthly: 

  • Pillowcases
  • Oven
  • Freezer
  • Rangehood
  • Cupboards and cabinets for dishes often used

Tasks to be done yearly: 

  • Windows
  • Fireplace and chimney
  • Gutters
  • Drapes and curtains
  • Dryer and vents
  • Carpet and upholstery

While many of these tasks can be handled by you, certain tasks such as the yearly list would benefit from hiring a specialist, with a specific eye to your carpeting and upholstery, as DIY work tends to damage these areas as well as increase the risk of steam and heat-related mold growth. This also applies to your fireplace and chimney, as these are highly dangerous areas of your home and maintenance should always be performed by a licensed professional.

To Conclude

In this article, we’ve outlined the areas in your home that require deep cleaning, as well as quite a few guidelines you can use to gauge just how often these tasks need to be done. This completes our breakdown of how often heavy-duty cleaning is needed in your home! 


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