As the population increases rapidly in the UK many elderly people need that additional support to be able to stay at home. The often-heard wish "I want to stay in my own home!" is something that people feel very strongly about. Home is where they have had lots of memories and is a key part of their identity. Having familiar surroundings, your own possessions and space, and a sense of belonging and friends locally is so important. It can also be about maintaining independence and privacy and not losing control over your life. The good news is that with the right help and support you may be able to do that.

If you are tasked with clearing a house, whether this be your own, or for a friend or relative who is deceased or being forced to move out of their home, you probably have quite a big challenge ahead. With this in mind, we have put together some useful tips to help you make sure the house clearance process goes as smoothly as possible.

Assuming that you use your oven on a regular basis, you’ll know just how quickly it gets dirty. Grease and burnt food particles accumulate reasonably quickly and can result in unpleasant odours over time. As a result, it makes sense that from time to time your oven needs to be cleaned, but just how often?

With increasing environmental concerns comes an urgency to reduce waste in our everyday lives. Sustainable cleaning has become a hot topic recently, with many homeowners looking for more eco-friendly practices.

Discover our top tips for sustainable cleaning below, to help you and your family reduce waste at home:

When you’re preparing to move out of your rental property, it is time for professional end of tenancy cleaning. In many cases, your landlords expectations during a move will be detailed in your rental agreement. However, if you don’t have the time, our team of specially trained cleaning operatives are here to help.