International Infection Prevention Week takes place from the 13th to the 19th October. This annual event is held in order to raise awareness of infections and how to prevent them to help protect public health. To tie in with IIPW, we have decided to write about preventing the spread of infection and illness at home.

Moving home can be a chaotic time of your life, which is why it is so important to stay organised. The best time to begin your big clean is when you have dismantled your large furniture. This will make it easier to get into every corner of your home. This can help you to check you haven't forgotten anything and leave it refreshed for the new occupants.

With the school summer holidays just a matter of weeks away, there is a lot to prepare for. As well as planning how to keep your children occupied, you also need to balance work and house chores. With so much to do, see below our top tips for keeping your home clean during school summer holidays:

As an integral part of your home’s structure, flooring maintenance should be completed with care. With different materials come different cleaning requirements, to maintain a quality condition. Cleaning too abrasively can damage your property, which is why we are here to help.

Discover the recommended care for different types of flooring in your home:

When we are lucky enough to get some extended periods of warm and sunny weather, although it’s a great time of the year to spend some time outside, summertime still presents us with a few challenges to tackle to keep your house and patio clean and tidy.

Here is our advice for staying organised throughout the summer.