3 Ways to Get Your Home Ready for Fall
With every season comes a new feel, new smell, new ideas for decorating your home, and making it feel cozy and inviting for your family and friends. Fall is one of the best seasons to prepare your home for the holidays, rid your home of allergens, deep clean, and redecorate for cold weather.
Here are some ways you can prepare your home for fall and make it feel warm and inviting.
1. Deep Clean Your Home
What better way to begin a new season than to deep clean your home and knock out those chores you’ve been putting off? We’ve all been there, and fall is the perfect time to get it out of the way so that you can have a clean slate for the approaching holiday season!
Deep clean your home by doing the following:
Disinfect hard surfaces like countertops in bathrooms and kitchens.
Clear any clutter like clothes, mail, paper, and old trash.
Sweep, then mop your floors with eco-friendly cleaning products.
Clean your windows and mirrors with a vinegar and water solution.
Contact a professional cleaning service to deep clean your carpets
Once your home is nice and clean, it’s time to make it comfortable!
2. Add Candles
Set the mood and create a warm ambiance by adding your favorite fall-scented candles. Candles create a warm and relaxing feeling and come in all kinds of colors and scents that add comfort to your home. If you’re feeling trendy, try pumpkin spice, or for a more traditional fall scent, try an apple-scented candle!
Although candles are the perfect addition to your fall decor, be mindful of fire hazards and try wood-burning wicks to avoid a fire and also reduce air pollution. If a fire does occur, immediately dial 911 and contact our fire restoration team to clean the damage and make your home feel new again!
3. Add Fall Decor
Switch it up a little and add accents and accessories to step up your fall decor. Here are a few examples of cute additions you can add for extra comfort:
Add new curtains.
Put down area rugs in rooms with hard flooring.
Add new accent pillows to your couch and bedding.
Invest in a big-cozy blanket.
Switch your kitchen accessories to fall-colored accessories.
Fall is one of the most anticipated seasons, and the possibilities are endless! Keep in mind that with colder seasons come fire hazards due to dry weather, so be careful when lighting fires inside or outside your home.
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