Cleaning up after tenants
It goes without saying that garbage bins are important for the home. They make it easier for you to manage domestic waste and to keep the entire premises clean. However, homeowners may tend to refrain from having multiple garbage bins in the home due to their often-unsightly appearance. Certainly, garbage bins are not the best thing to look at.
Rather than having fewer bins around the home for proper rubbish removal, you can disguise each individual bin to look better or less distracting.
Sometime between the ages of 7 and 10 months old, your little bundle of burgeoning curiosity is going to start clumsily but patiently exploring their surroundings. While it isn't quite time to start worrying about tablecloths, bookshelves and drawers, it won't be long before your baby begins crawling with confidence.
When that happens, your carpets and floors will become their playground.
Crawling Babies Stir Up Dust Clouds
If your carpet has seen better days, you may be concerned about the effects it might have on your child's health.
I have a few rental properties and you wouldn't believe the mess that some tenants leave when they vacate the premises. They think that the bond will cover the cleaning but sometimes I'm also embarassed when I have to show the cleaning services what they will need to clean up. At least it's not my fault that the place is so messy. The cleaning services are always professional and when the place is really bad I can take the tenants back to the small claims court and claim back the cost of the excess cleaning bill. This blog is about cleaning up after grotty tenants.