Spring is practically synonymous with cleaning at this point. Everyone is opening up their closets, cleaning out their junk drawers and dusting the top shelves that never get dusted. Spring is also the perfect time to do some spring cleaning chores outside. So while you’re airing out the indoors, get some fresh air and do these outdoor spring cleaning tasks.
Look over your exterior paint for any signs of damage. If the paint is cracked or peeling, that puts your siding at risk of rot and damage. Some small jobs you can do yourself, but if you need your whole house repainted, you may need to find exterior house painters NJ or your area. The best time to do this is spring after the rains but before the summer storms hit. Don’t forget to keep track of what color and type of exterior paint you used, in case you need to do touch-ups later.
One of the best things you can do to help control the weeds before they come up is mulch your garden beds and around your trees. This will keep your landscaping looking neat and tidy. It will make your spring flowers stand out all the more and it will help reduce the number of weeds you have to deal with later in the year.
Last of all, now is the time to plan for your future plantings. Your daffodils and crocuses are coming up now, but what about after that? Now is the time to start the seedlings for your vegetable patch and pick out the herbs you want in your herb garden.
The sun is coming out, the weather is warming up, and while you’re doing your spring cleaning inside, take some time to do the outdoor spring cleaning as well. The payoff will be magnificent all year long.