Cleaning your house is one of those chores that few people enjoy but that you just have to get done. It’s tempting to put it off, but you know it will just be harder if you don’t keep on top of it. Keeping up with your home cleaning is especially challenging during the holiday season. You have a million things to do, guests are in and out of your home, and there just never seem to be enough hours in the day. If you have a home central vacuum, it makes cleaning much easier and more efficient.
In our last post, we covered methods for effective cleaning. In this article, we’re going to look at something equally important: prioritizing your cleaning.
Get the most out of your home central vacuum with the 80/20 cleaning rule.
What is the 80/20 cleaning rule?
The 80/20 rule applies to a lot of things besides cleaning, but the basic principle is that 80% of your results come from about 20% of your work. This might seem a little disheartening, but it’s actually great. This is because you can prioritize your cleaning by identifying the tasks that will have the biggest impact on your home.
How can the 80/20 rule help you?
The 80/20 rule becomes especially useful when you have guests coming over but you don’t have time to clean the whole house. Think about the rooms that your guests will actually spend time in. Those rooms are usually the kitchen, living room, guest bathroom, and possibly the guest bedroom if your guests are staying the night. No one’s going to see your home office? Close the door and deal with it later. Focus on vacuuming the living room carpet and cleaning those kitchen counters.
Home Central Vacuum Installation and Maintenance
If you have a home central vacuum, you know how much easier it is to keep your home clean. If you need repairs, maintenance, or accessories for your central vacuum system, there’s nowhere better to go than JN Bergeron Vacuum Solutions! Have you been thinking about installing a central vacuum in your home? We also do installations! A central vacuum can be installed in most homes, and the process causes very little disruption.