If there has ever been a summer people have looked forward to, it’s this year. Here in western North Carolina, we are not used to being stuck inside. The last year has been challenging for families in our area, but as pandemic numbers decline and restrictions are lifted, people will be venturing out more this summer than they have in the last 12-15 months. We may spend less time in our homes than ever. Whether your family is planning to travel far and wide or you are just going to get out and about in the area, it will be tempting to skip cleaning. However, germs and clutter do not take a summer vacation. We need to make sure that cleaning remains a priority this summer. Here is what you can do to help make sure your family remembers how important cleanliness and sanitation should be even during the warm months.



The spring season is typically associated with deep cleaning, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t forget your household chores when summer comes around. With children home from school, summer activities that bring the great outdoors inside, and no time left in the day to tidy up, cleaning becomes out of the picture. The heat, humidity, and rain can take a toll on your home, which is why keeping your home clean is so important in the summer. Follow these simple summer cleaning tips to keep your home tidy and fresh all season long. 



When it comes to selling your home, finding a buyer is the first set. However, before you can close the deal, there are two important things you will need to pass: the home inspection and the home appraisal. A home appraisal is a report of your home’s value in the market. It’s performed by a certified, state-licensed professional, whose primary job is to evaluate your home and state how much it is worth. The conditions such as location, features, and relation to prices of comparable homes in your area that have previously closed a sale determine if your home is priced appropriately. If the appraisal is estimated lower, your buyer is likely to have trouble getting enough lending from the bank. The lender is going to want to make sure that the house is really worth the price that you’ve agreed on, and a home appraiser will make the final decision. If they don’t agree, you’ll either have to renegotiate the sale price or potentially lose the buyer. You may not have control over how much your home will appraise for, but you can take these five steps to increase your chance of pricing where you want or need to be. 



Who Are We?

Located in Asheville, NC, Greenlife Professional Cleaning is a licensed, bonded, and insured service to provide the highest quality of cleaning. Our team of cleaning experts uses the best green cleaning methods to clean, dust, and sanitize commercial and residential environments. We know your time is valuable, so that is why we offer regular basis cleaning from weekly, biweekly, and triweekly based on your schedule. When you hire our professional cleaning services, we will bring all of our environmentally-friendly cleaning supplies and our best work efficient team so you can enjoy your new clean home in no time. 



When you suffer from allergies, you often try to limit your contact with the outdoors - pollen can be a nightmare for some folks! But did you know that the quality of your indoor air can be two to five times more polluted than even the worst outdoor air? According to the EPA, indoor air pollution is one of the top five environmental dangers, and if you have allergies, the problem is compounded. Fortunately, there are many steps you can take to clear the air and breathe easier.



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