Get ready for winter
Winter is approaching and it's time to prepare your home for the cold weather. It doesn't just mean turning on the heat, but it's also about preparing for the cold weather ahead. In this blog, we will give you some tips and tricks on how you can get your home ready for winter with a good cleaning and tidying up.
Start with a big cleaning
Starting with a big cleaning is a good way to start preparing your home for winter. Dust and dirt can aggravate respiratory problems, and in addition it easily settles in fur, clothes and furniture. You can start by vacuuming all indoor areas, and follow up by wiping surfaces with a cloth. Discover our environmentally friendly cleaning products right here . It may also be a good idea to wash all bedding and blankets to remove dust and dirt. See our selection of detergent here .
Check your doors and windows
Doors and windows can often bring cold and wind into your home, and this ultimately leads to a higher heating bill and, in the worst case, flu. It is therefore important to check whether your doors and windows are tight and in good condition. If there are holes or cracks, you can fill them with silicone and sealants. This will help keep your home thermally insulated, and it will also reduce your heating bill.
Get ready for Christmas decorations
When we think of winter, we also think of Christmas. And Christmas means Christmas decorations. Before you start hanging garlands and Christmas baubles, make sure to clean up your home. Set aside a day to sort through old decorative items and put away what you no longer need. The cleanup will make room for the new Christmas decorations and give your home a cleaner look.
Check your heating system
It may also be a good idea to check your heating system for possible repairs or maintenance before winter. You can ensure that your heating system works by changing air filters and cleaning the ventilation ducts. If you have an older heating system, you may consider replacing it with a more efficient system to save on your energy bill.
Put comfort in the center
Finally, you can also plan to focus on comfort. Once your home is prepared for winter, you can focus on creating a warm and cozy environment. Create a cozy corner in the living room and invest in some rugs, cushions and scented candles to add extra comfort to your home.
Getting your home ready for winter is about more than just turning up the heat. It's about preparing for the hard time and making sure your home is warm, cozy and clean. We hope this guide can help you prepare your home for winter in an easy and efficient way. Then you can enjoy the cold weather and let winter embrace you.