Wooden Shutters This Spring

Wooden Shutters This Spring

It’s well into March now the days are gradually getting longer and the spring countdown is officially on, well we have been counting down to warmer weather since Christmas!

Here at Beaumont Shutters, we are looking ahead to the beautiful season of spring and what’s to come before we head into summer. Spring is time for new life, new beginnings, cleaning, so why not go for a fresh new look this spring in your home with #Shutters giving your home that new lease of life this spring. They allow so much sunlight to flood in to the room yet giving so much privacy.

The great thing is shutters help to cut the accumulation of dust much more than fabric #WindowDressing so spring cleaning will so much easier. The health effects from dust come in many shapes and sizes, from mild irrigation of the eyes and sneezing to asthma attacks.

Fortunately, Beaumont Shutters & Blinds LTD is here to provide you with some top tips for a dustless decor:
1. Where possible, remove carpeting
Carpets are a breeding ground for dust to gather and remain. Aside from requiring regular vacuuming sessions and long shampooing jobs, they also wear thin and begin to lose their colour, eventually. Vinyl flooring is a much more practical and long-term solution – it is easier to clean and remove dust from and promises many more years of satisfaction. Wooden floorboards will add a rustic yet stylish touch to your home, and if you can complement them with matching shutters in the same colour, then that’s an added bonus!

2. Invest in an air purifier
The name says it all. Air purifiers will help to keep the air in your home clean, and remove many of the impurities, including a real reduction of dust.

3. Use microfibre cloths and dusters
Microfibre materials attract and retain dust using an electronic charge, making them the best choice of material for anyone who is looking for some serious dust-busting products. Machine-washable dusters rather than disposables are also long-term investments, as well as being better for the environment.

4. Regularly change your bedding
Aside from accumulating dead skin, your bed sheets also shed their own fibres, circulating more and more dust each time you turn over. Regularly changing your duvet cover, pillow cases and sheets will help to reduce this problem, massively.

5. Vacuum twice each week
Even without carpets, it is still essential that you vacuum your floors often. If you could stretch to a vacuum cleaner that incorporates a HEPA filter, this will help to suck in as much dust and dirt as possible.