If you’re inviting guests to your Irvine home, you’ll want to make sure everything is as comfortable as possible for them. Here are some tips to take into consideration while making your house ready.
Prep The Bed
Make sure the bed they’re staying on is as comfortable as possible. Get a Irvine cleaning professional to clean the mattress, and try layering on some comfortable bedding. You can add extra pillows and get a new duvet if you want.
Check The Toiletries
Your guest may bring their own toiletries, but it never hurts to have extra. Ask them what they’re carrying, how much they have, and what they need. Make sure they have enough soap, shampoo, toothpaste, and whatever else they need. And double check that you’ve stocked up on toilet paper.
Give Them Space
Ensure the guest room has plenty of space to place and store their things. They should have adequate room to unpack everything they need and know where it’s stored.
Give Them Privacy
If you have a guest room, that should be enough privacy for them, but if not, see if you can put them in a room where they can feel comfortable. Sometimes you don’t have many options here, but try to find a space where they won’t have to worry about anyone barging in.
Clean The Upholstery
Your guest will probably spend time on your couches and chairs, meaning you should ensure they’re clean. Get an Irvine professional to clean your upholstery, or try a hand at it yourself.
Clean The Bathroom
It’s easy for a bathroom to become less-than-sanitary, so make sure this space in your house is as clean as possible. Scrub the toilets, showers, and sinks. Hire a Irvine tile cleaner to get the floors and walls. Make everything as sparkly as possible.
Clean The Carpets
Your carpets and rugs are walked on often, meaning they can pick up grime easily. Make sure they’ve been deep cleaned before your guest arrives to ensure a tidier environment.
Clear Out Trash
Pick up the trash around your house and empty full trash cans. Make sure there’s a trash can in whatever room they’re staying in so they always have a place to dispose of garbage.
Make Space For An Alarm Clock
Your guest may need an alarm clock, so make sure there’s a clear nightstand or other location for them to place their alarm. Better yet, find an alarm clock in your Irvine home that they can use.
Stock Up On Food
To make them feel comfortable, ask what kind of food they like and make sure you have plenty of it. The right foods can really make a person feel at home.
Communicate The WiFi Password
Your guest will likely need the WiFi password at one time or another. Tell them now or otherwise display it prominently somewhere so they have access to your internet.
Be Wary Of Kids Or Pets
If you have animals or young children, they may not be able to respect your guest’s privacy to a satisfactory level. Talk to your kids about appropriate behavior, and find ways to control your pets.
Remember that you’re having a guest over for a good time. Don’t stress too much about the tiny details, and enjoy their visit! They’ll appreciate anything you do for them!