What do you get the person who has everything? You get them a gift that gives them more time, more space and/or a cleaner environment. The one gift that includes all of the above is residential cleaning, and here is how residential cleaning service can have a positive impact on your gift recipient.
The Emotional Impact of a Clean Space
Most people respond to messes and clutter with a reasonable amount of anxiety and frustration. Some people are even quite stressed about messes in their homes, or they may feel embarrassed because company only sees the mess and not the homes the owners would like their company to visit. When you give these friends the gift of a residential cleaning, you are reducing your friends' anxiety, frustration, stress and alleviating any feelings of embarrassment they might have. They become calmer, a little happier and even maybe a little proud of their homes.
The Physical Impact of a Clean Space
When a home is clean, there is less risk for health problems, both for the homeowner as well as the other occupants and guests. A residential cleaning service removes layers of dust, dirt, surface mold and surface mildew (like the kind found on shower curtains), and other allergens that can cause upper respiratory problems. Your friend gets a healthier home and a healthier life, even if it is just for a short time.
The Psychological Impact of a Clean Space
It has been shown that people who live in mounds of clutter potentially suffer from anxiety and depression. For example, hoarders (people who hoard monumental piles of stuff in their homes) often have obsessive-compulsive disorders, depression and/or anxiety stemming from earlier traumas in life. While the gift of a clean home is not the cure-all for your friend, it will certainly lift his or her mood, elevate their spirits and help them face a fact about their psychological state when their home is in a chaotic mess. A clean home can help them feel really good about themselves, and motivate them to find answers to why the house got to be unhealthy to begin with.
How to Give a Residental Cleaning Service
Most of the time you can buy gift cards from a cleaning service in various dollar amounts that cover the costs of cleaning. You could also walk into the office of a cleaning service and pay for the service directly. If you pay for the service directly, then the company will need to set up a time and day to come help your friend clean, or clean the place entirely when your friend is gone to work for the day. (You can work out the details after you have decided how to pay.) In the meantime, you have all the information you need to convince your friend that this is the gift that keeps on giving in so many positive ways.Share