What’s really in my trash bin?
How often do you clean your outside trash bins? My guess? Not often. Most homeowners choose to ignore the filth of the trash bins. Many don’t even think about it. Well, did you know your trash bin could be home to a number of bacteria and diseases such as Salmonella, E-coli, Listeria or the germs to your common cold? Just to name a few. Throwing bag after bag of leftover food, disposable diapers, and other common household trash can infest your trash bin with germs. When you handle your trash or trash can, these germs can make their way back to your home and to your next task. Luckily, there are now professional companies that offer trash bin cleaning for an affordable rate.
What is that smell?
Besides just germs and bacteria, there are a few other reasons to hire a trash bin cleaning service. First, the most obvious: the smell. Having your trash can regularly be cleaned can eliminate that issue and keep you from fighting the urge to hold your nose every time you open it. Eliminating the smell will also help to keep the rodents out. Rodents are attracted to smells and remnants of left behind food and trash, a clean trash bin has nothing to draw their attention.
This is another one I think all homeowners have in common. You may dread even having to OPEN the trash bin if it has been infested with flies. Having your trash can cleaned will keep flies from finding and laying eggs in them. Flies are attracted to smells and look for moist or “organic material” to lay their eggs in. Baby flies = maggots. That’s one thing you DON’T want to find crawling through your trash.
Having your trash bins cleaned is good for your health and your home. Protect your family against a number of bacteria and diseases, keep out unwanted pests and enhance your homes curb appeal all in one service.
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