Your health is and always will be your best asset. Throughout the seasons, your healthy body is able to adapt and perform everything it has to do to get you through your days—the good and the bad. We all get so used to functioning and going through the motions that sometimes, our health takes the backburner.
When seasons change, the body goes through its own adjustments to achieve homeostasis—its own balance. As your body recalibrates, there are times when you’d feel out of sorts. And while this can be due to a lot of factors that can best be diagnosed by your doctor, did you know that it has a lot to do with cleanliness too?
Health and Cleanliness
Good health and cleanliness go hand in hand. While it’s true that our bodies have bacteria on them all the time, it’s a different matter altogether when it comes to ideal healthy environments in which we can thrive. Imagine working in a dark and damp cubicle versus working in a bright and spotless desk. In a heartbeat, the latter option is the easy answer.
Clean spaces offer the best environments for the body to thrive. When the body doesn’t have to undergo stress fighting off bacteria, viruses, and infections, it can instead focus on helping you accomplish your goals. In a working environment, this is, of course, ideal. Healthy work areas are more conducive to productivity, improve the workforce’s mood, and contributes to overall better individual health whatever season we’re in. As such, it is imperative to keep such environments clean!
Studies have found that people in North America and Europe spend 90% of their time indoors. Considering how much pollution there is outside, this might sound like a good thing, but in reality, it’s only as good as we can make it.
In any indoor space, everything that affects a person’s health can accumulate: bacteria, viruses, dust and other allergens, humidity, unwanted gasses, etc. But perhaps one of the things that’s most often overlooked is circulation indoors. In tandem with accummulated microbes, poor air circulation contributes to stale air pent up with pollutants that ultimately cause ailments and disease.
Cleaning common surfaces is good… but what about those hard-to-reach ceilings and vents? Over the span of a few weeks, you’ll be surprised by how much can accumulate in air vents and other nooks and crannies that go unnoticed.
There’s a plenty of great reasons why deep cleaning regularly is a must, and even more reasons why it should be done professionally. Here are just some of them:
- Professional cleaners have a systematic way of cleaning all rooms and all surfaces. ALL of them. Although going the DIY route is possible, it’s not always easy and there may be parts you might miss! Here at AquaMaid, we even have a dedicated quality control team to check on the work done with fresh eyes, ensuring nothing is missed.
- Special equipment get the job done right. From wet/dry vacuums to electrostatic sprayers, professional cleaners have exactly what is needed to get the deep cleaning job done right. Through the use of these special equipment, your interiors will be clean sooner rather than later.
- Experienced professional cleaners provide the best cleaning solutions for your individual needs. Whether you have carpet or hardwood flooring, have natural stone or engineered wood surfaces, we can sanitize them with the right cleaning agents to keep your surfaces in the best condition. We can also provide insights on which surfaces might need repair or replacement after cleaning and inspection. This helps prevent workplace accidents and unwanted bacterial growth in hard-to-reach spots.
Whatever the season may be, we’re here to help you maintain optimal health by providing you with amazing professional cleaning services.