Spring Cleaning this St. Patrick’s Day: Four Places to Start

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all of us at TLC Home Services!

With so much Irish pride throughout the Boston area and beyond, we couldn’t miss a chance to highlight this fun Irish holiday. Did you know that St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated in more countries than any other national festival? That’s right — our Irish friends are all over the world, and they deserve to be celebrated today!

In addition, St. Patrick’s Day is one indicator that spring is almost here (hooray!), and it’s the perfect time to get in the spring cleaning zone. As you prepare to get going on spring cleaning soon, here are four places to start:

Windows –

The days are getting longer and the sunlight is starting to beam in more frequently. Make sure those windows are sparkling clean so those beautiful rays of light can shine brightly into your home!

Kitchen appliances –

There’s something about a clean kitchen that really makes you feel ready for a fresh start. Spend some time on your dishwasher, stove, fridge, and other appliances for an optimum spring cleaning!

Furniture –

Get your home ready for spring teas and fun home activities with your guests! Dusting and polishing furniture can brighten up any room and prepare your sitting areas for ideal hosting.

Floors –

Winter in Massachusetts can produce salty, scummy build-up on the floors. Get that broom and mop out, and get ready to freshen up your floors this spring.

To ease up your spring cleaning tasks, contact TLC Home Services today. We specialize in all these areas and more, and we would be glad to help freshen up your home this spring! Also, there are still a few more days for new customers to receive 15% off their first spring cleaning when they call and use the code “Sparkle” by March 31, 2021.

Don’t wait! Our schedule is filling up fast.
Contact TLC Home Services today to set up your Spring Cleaning appointment.

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