Most Basic Chores to Include in your Spring Cleaning

Most Basic Chores to Include in your Spring Cleaning

Australians have a knack for spring cleaning their homes. As the summer season nears, the trend in Australian households is to deep clean, declutter, and spruce up their homes after being locked up over the winter season.

Read this piece to spring clean your house and find more about:

 

  • Perfect time to spring clean
  • Spring Cleaning To-do Lists
  • Professional one-time domestic cleaning or deep cleaning
  • Window washing and cleaning
  • Deep cleaning carpets
  • Pressure cleaning
  • Garbage disposal
  • Gutter cleaning
  • Hiring spring cleaning experts

Perfect time to spring clean

 

House spring cleaning isn’t just a nice-sounding phrase, it’s a real annual thing Australians are involved with. It’s an annual habit. Here at Effly, we’ve been checking our yearly data and can conclude that Australians love to spring clean their homes – around October month in particular.

October is also the most active month for hiring professional cleaners, as Effly undergoes a surge in the number of requests on our spring clean Melbourne services during the month.


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Spring Cleaning To-do Lists

 

Here we will list the most popular spring cleaning services the Australian house owners when it comes to deep cleaning their homes in welcoming the summer season. Deep cleaning requires a number of chores or services. Every October, there is a high demand for professional spring cleaning services on Effly for the following tasks;

 

Professional one-time domestic cleaning or deep cleaning

 

As the Australian welcomes the spring season, so is the demand of reliable one-time domestic cleaning or deep cleaning. The cleaning involves window frames, walls, ceilings, and other surfaces in all areas of the house, including upholstery and appliance cleaning.  Each year, we receive around an 18% increase on average in deep cleaning or one-time cleaning requests at Effly.

 

Window washing and cleaning

We receive around 30% more on average for window washing and cleaning service during the spring season. Window cleaning is one of our most popular cleaning services during this season and it’s one way for Australians to welcoming the summer season.

 

Deep cleaning carpets

The season of spring is one of the most popular seasons when Australians invest time and resources to deep clean their carpets. We receive around 8 percent more on average for this service during this season.

 

Pressure cleaning

Prior to the spring season – winter causes slippery pavers and driveways due to grime that built up. This is why Effly pressure cleaning is popular this time and we usually receive around 12% more on average. You can also take advantage of this service by ridding cobwebs, dust, and salt build-up if you are near or in coastal areas.


Garbage disposal

Sprucing up, deep cleaning, and decluttering your home means more garbage is created this season. 

 

Gutter cleaning

Gutter cleaning involves removing dried leaves and twigs to allow the drainage to work properly. At Effly, we make sure to check for damages on the roof and install gutter guards to keep the leaves and debris away. We usually receive around 33% more job requests during the spring season. 

 

Hiring spring cleaning experts

The market share of cleaning services in Australia is $4 billion every year, which is around 20 million cleaning jobs. The cleaning industry is shared by 48,000 businesses in Australia. If you’re planning to freshen up your house and garden this spring season, booking a one-time professional domestic cleaning can save you a lot of time. You may want to give the job to a reputable cleaning agency like Effly if you’re in Melbourne. 


About The Author

Mark Lester Gebauer is a market researcher, writer, data interpretation expert, and Effly brand consultant.  Over the years, Mark was able to help Effly’s content production and provided an engaging content to our visitors. Mark has been trained nationwide to be an independent cleaning service writer. Learn more about Mark.

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