Hiring A Housekeeper

Most everyone likes to come home to a house that is sparkling clean, with all areas bright, cheerful and inviting. However, for homeowners that are employed outside the household, it can be quite a challenge to find the time and energy to effectively keep the house clean, well-maintained, and in good repair.
Every area of the home needs constant attention. Even a property that is unoccupied gather’s dust: “Dust and time make grime”. If your housework and household chores are getting the best of you and you find it is more than you can keep up with, hiring a professional housecleaning service can be monies well spent.

Baseboards And Ceiling Fans
Ceiling fans and baseboards are a couple of the biggest dust collectors in any structure. Fans are often inaccessible without a ladder and baseboard cleaning requires a lot of getting down on your knees to dust and scrub.

Spotless Bathrooms
If daily or weekly housekeeping is too much of a stretch of the budget, you may want to consider hiring a professional cleaning services to come in twice a month to tackle the jobs you find to be drudgery or those for which you do not have the proper tools or equipment. If mold has built-up in shower grout, or on bathroom flooring tiles, a professional cleaning with a steam cleaner and then applying a coat of grout sealer will have your bathroom fresh and clean with nowhere for germs and bacteria to grow and multiply.

Maintaining a clean and tidy is important to maintaining a safe and healthy home. If clutter abounds, it becomes a hazard such as magazines and shoes on the stairways or burned-out light bulbs in the hallway.
Having draperies, upholstered furniture and carpets professionally cleaned at least once a year removes dusts, odors, allergens and pet hair.

Preparing Your Home For Sale
No matter if you seek twice weekly cleaning services to help keep your home clean and comfortable or if you are putting the home on the market and want a deep-cleaning to make the property ready to show, enlisting the services of professionals can save time, money and a lot of hard work verses doing the job yourself.

When preparing a property for sale, you will want to remove personal photos and distracting clutter. The home should be spotless with windows sparkling and every surface shining.
While it may seem a bit costly and self-indulgent to hire a professional cleaning service if you have been used to maintaining the property yourself, you will find that when marketing your home for sale it is more than worth the effort and expense.

The off-putting smell of stale cooking odors, garbage that needs to be emptied, or a cat litter box in need of refreshing, can be the stumbling block that subconsciously turns a potential homebuyer away. Don’t risk losing a potential sale because your house looks or smells less than its best.

Hire A Licensed And Bond Housecleaning Company
Before bringing a stranger into your home, do a background check and only enlist the services of established and reputable cleaning service with verifiable references.

Open house on 9/23/2016 at 9 Merrimack Terrace Dracut, MA 01826


Date: 09/23/2016 Time: 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM  
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Great one bedroom apartment with great views of the Merrimack from your oversized deck. First floor living and all on a dead end street. Newly installed carpeting in Living Room. Closet in hallway for extra storage plus large master bedroom closet. This first floor apartment in beautiful Dracut won’t last.

Open house on 9/24/2016 at 9 Merrimack Terrace Dracut, MA 01826


Date: 09/24/2016 Time: 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM  
For Directions: feel free to contact me.  
For more information: click here for the full details  

Great one bedroom apartment with great views of the Merrimack from your oversized deck. First floor living and all on a dead end street. Newly installed carpeting in Living Room. Closet in hallway for extra storage plus large master bedroom closet. This first floor apartment in beautiful Dracut won’t last.

Retirement and Relocation for Seniors

For many seniors, the idea of selling the home that they have raised a family in can be met with some resistance. And while many seniors are perfectly capable and comfortable taking care of a large home, there are some who would much rather do away with the hassle of home maintenance and lawn upkeep, opting instead to spend their golden years in a more relaxed setting with a more comfortable climate.  If you find yourself thinking about selling your home and settling in greener pastures, then there are a few things you will need to consider.

    • Are you moving because you want to, or because you think that taking care of your home is becoming a burden?
    • Do you want to move closer to family?
    • Is the climate you currently live in aggravating any medical conditions you may have?

Firstly, you must ask yourself what you’d want in your new residence.  Do you want to live in a place where things like lawn care and home maintenance are taken care of for you, or would you just prefer a smaller home?  Would you like to stay within your community, or are you thinking about an out-of-state move?  Florida has long been known for its retirement communities, but places like Arizona and New Mexico are quickly becoming retirement hot spots due to their affordability and warm climate.

A few things to consider.

      • Availability and access to medical care
      • Would you like to have access to a swimming pool for exercise?
      • Are you open to the idea of living in an area with group activities?

Once you’ve settled on a potential destination, it’s time to establish how much your home is worth.  A qualified real estate agent can help you through this process.

For more moving tips for seniors, please click here.