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Byggstädning Stockholm

Städfirma Falk Stockholm erbjuder byggstädtjänster till Stockholms området för att få ditt hus att se ut som ett hem igen. Om du nyligen har renoverat ditt hus eller haft en komplett byggprojekt på det, och det är i behov av ett Byggstäd Stockholm, ja, då har du kommit till rätt ställe. Med slutförandet av eventuella byggprojekt finns det ofta överblivet skräp som kräver detaljerad rengöring. Våra byggstädtjänster på Städfirma Falk är utformade med husägaren i åtanke. Om inte man genomgott en särskild utbildning om hur rengöringlaget används kan vissa damm och skräp kvar i månader i svårtillgängliga områden.

Byggstädsrengöring innebär att ta bort allt bygg damm och skräp från ditt hem, ta bort klistermärken från apparater, fixturer och fönster, om det behövs. Vi städar ditt hem topp till botten, ofta med hjälp av hinkar med vatten och trasor att torka ytor, upprepa denna process allt från 1-3 gånger för att ta bort alla rester och tills att det är glänsande rent. Vi torkar inuti alla skåp och lådor och diskar om saker som behövs. Vi torkar allt innehåll och torkar golv 2-4 gånger tills det inte finns några rester kvar. Beroende på mängden damm finns det oftast ett lager av luftburet damm som kommer att avgöra efter den inledande rengöring, så vi föreslår schemaläggning med en full rengöring och sedan en annan rengöring 1-2 dagar senare. På så sätt kan vi torka ned allt en gång och rengöra golvet igen för att säkerställa att inget smuts finns kvar.

Om ditt hus nyligen har genomgått konstruktion, kontakta rengörings Städfirma Falk för Byggstädning Stockholm att ta bort oönskat skräp i svåråtkomliga ställen så att du kan komma tillbaka och njuta av ditt hem igen.

FÖNSTERPUTSNING STOCKHOLM

Om du är som de flesta husägare, behöver du inte rena fönster. Det beror på ränder kvalitet fönsterputsning är ofta svårt, tidskrävande och farligt att göra. Med hjälp av vinäger, ammoniak eller Windex med hushållspapper, en tidning eller en barnblöja är de vanligaste fönsterrengörings tricks. På Städfirma Falk Stockholm, vet vi hur värdefull din tid är. Din lokala Städfirma Falk anställda är redo att göra skur och rengöring för dig. Med vår 3-stegs reningsprocess är rengöringen gjort för dig. Inga droppar. Inga ränder. Inga stegar!

Varför Välj Städfirma Falk Stockholm?

 

  • Varje medarbetare är pre-screening och bär ett foto ID-bricka
  • Vi är en fullt försäkrad nationellt rankad varumärke
  • Vi erbjuder flera tjänster för att behålla ditt hem året runt
  • Konkurrenskraftiga priser; våra tjänster är billigare än du tror

 

Städfirma Falk Stockholm är en vanlig men mycket proffesionell städtjänstetjänsteföretag som erbjuder Fönsterputsning Stockholm och fönstertvätttjänster. Vi erbjuder specialdesignade ”Städfirma Falk” program som är anpassade till dina behov och diskonteras baserat på frekvens.. Idén är enkel; Ju mer du använder våra städtjänster desto billigare blir varje fönsterputsning. Om du vill veta mer om vår prissättning, och hur man kan spara upp till 30% rabatt på våra detaljhandeln prissättning, kontakta då Städfirma Falk. Våra två mest populära fönsterrengöringsprogram är inre och yttre rengöring var sjätte (6) månad, och yttre rengöring var tredje (3) månad. Dina individuella behov varierar beroende på ditt område och variabler som barn, husdjur och mängden av matlagning och underhållanden som du gör.

 

Alla personal på Städfirma Falk Stockholm tränas för att ge dig den bästa servicen och erfarenhet som möjligt. Vi är alla fullt försäkrade, bundna, och vid behov licens, Städfirma Falk anställda är uniformerade och kör bara mycket synligt och professionellt. Du kan använda vår tjänst i förtroende, eftersom alla fönsterstädningar backas upp av vår exklusiva ränder garanti. Denna garanti låter dig veta att vi står bakom allt vi gör. Om du av någon anledning efter din fönstertvätttjänst inte är 100% nöjd, ring då vårt kontor och vi kommer att återvända så fort vi kan för att åtgärda problemet på ett tillfredsställande sätt. Vårt löfte till våra kunder är branschledande kundservice, professionalism och kvalitet i arbetet.

10 Things You Should Know About Containers (But Probably Don’t)

 

hanging basketI love my container plantings.   When I was younger, I use to drag my whole garden around with me from apartment to apartment in containers. These days, I have greatly pared down my container collection, but I still have several that I maintain year-round or plant new every year. Some of my container plants are now 15 years old, and like my teenage children, I often look at them and marvel at the thought that I can still remember when they were no more than little sprouts.   When did they get so big and beautiful?

Because I have grown plants in containers for so long, I have learned a thing or ten about growing plants in containers. Some of these things I have frequently found that many gardeners, even experienced ones, do not know about growing plants in containers. So, as an educational effort and my good deed for the week, I present to you 10 Things You Should Know About Container Gardening (But Probably Don’t).

1. They need water daily, or even twice daily – This one is probably the biggest surprise to people. With our indoor plants, you likely water weekly (or even less). But outdoor plants, the lose water much faster than their indoor equivalents. If temps are below 85F, you need to water daily. Above 85F, you should be doing it twice a day. And, bonus, best time to water is in the early morning. If you are on a 2X a day schedule, than once in the morning and once in the evening.

2. You don’t use soil in containers – And this one always leaves people looking at me like I am crazy. If you don’t plant in soil, what the hell are you suppose to plant in? Answer: Not soil. Soil is defined as containing small bits of minerals in it. Those minerals like to get cozy with one another over time and this happens very quickly in a container, which results in the first stage of rocks developing. Plants don’t grow well in a rock. You need to use a potting mix, which contains things like peat moss, coir peat or compost.

3. If you let a container dry out, you need to soak it – So let’s say you went on a trip, or you just forgot to water for a day (or seven). You can’t just sprinkle water on your container and expect it to be watered. Most potting mixes, while necessary to a good container planting, start to actually repel water if they dry out. So when you go to water it, the water just runs uselessly down the sides. If your container dries out, for whatever reason, you need to give that container a long (like 20 minutes to an hour) spa-like soak in a tub of water.   This will force it to get over its hydrophobia.

4. They need to be fertilized – I don’t care if you bought the fanciest, most expensive potting mix out there which comes complete with 29 essential vitamins and minerals needed for optimal plant growth. You still need to fertilize.   With watering daily and the typically crowded conditions of container plants, nutrients either get washed away or sucked up pretty quick. You need a slow release fertilizer at least once a month to keep everyone in the container happy.

5. They need their soil replenished – This is more for the long term container plant.   Potting soils are made of organic materials and organic materials will break down and get washed away over time. So about once a year, top dress your long term containers an inch or so of fresh potting mix.

6. Craft stores are your friend – There are a few things that you can find at craft stores for a fraction of the price of what you would at a garden center. Elegant containers and hanging baskets, spanish moss for lining baskets and adorable garden art can be had at a significant discount.

7. Sometimes they are suppose to be rootbound – Yes, for long term containers, becoming too rootbound is a bad thing. But, if you the container you are planting is only meant to last for the season, pack those suckers in. If you want one of those spectacular looking containers you see in magazines, the secret is to pack the plants in tightly. Yes, they will get rootbound, but they are only going to be there for a couple of months. If you water frequently (refer to #1) and fertilize regularly (refer to #4), your container plants will be happy and look jaw dropping.

8. Mulch is not just for the ground – Containers, especially containers that have plants in the long term, look neater, retain water better and have fewer unwanted, weedy plant guests if you add a layer of mulch to the top of the container.

9. Consider drip irrigation – All of my containers in the front yard are on a timer and drip irrigation. As mentioned before, I am lazy. 1 hour of work at the beginning of the season and I don’t ever have to remember to water my containers once a day. All you need is a hose, a timer and a drip irrigation set up. If you are just doing a patio/deck/front porch, you can probably set up yourself up for about $50-$75, depending on how many plants you have. I am lucky enough to have an irrigation store near my home, but if you don’t you can easily buy the supplies on eBay. “But Hanna, $50-$75 is alot of money!” Oh knock it off. You know you blow that much at the plant nursery each time you go.   Consider this an investment for your investments. A logically set-up drip system can serve you for years, and save you a fortune in dead plants, time and water.   Plus, you can put plants in hard to reach spots. For example, for years I dreamed of window boxes outside my bedroom windows (which are on the second floor). Guess what, before drip irrigation, everything I planted in those window boxes died because I was too lazy to haul water up to my bedroom every day.   Now I have adorable window boxes with lush plants and I don’t ever have to think about it.

10. Not all plants play nice with each other – When a gardener goes into a nursery, it is a little like a drug user entering a crack house. We can’t walk away without a more few plants. But, if you are planning to put those plants in containers and if you are planning on making those plants be potmates, then you need to pay attention to each plant’s needs. A full sun, drought tolerant plant will have issues if you force it to move in with a part shade, moisture loving plant. One of them will kill the other, and really, plant based death matches are not all that exciting to watch.

Proven Winners Plants Postulations

superbells-pomegranate-punch_0This week I received a shipment of flowers from Proven Winners. Which is really cool, and really nice that they contacted me about it ahead of time to tell me they were doing this. Last year (when I wasn’t putting anything on the blog) I had near about $200 worth of plants sent to me and I had absolutely no idea who sent them. My mother even freaked out for a short bit that I had a stalker. But a stalker who sends me free flowers is a stalker I like. So thank you flower sending stalker, the Easy Elegance roses are doing beautifully, the Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea is still small but healthy and the other plants survived the winter, which if they can survive a Cleveland winter – you have a winner.

Which brings us back to Proven Winners, which in my opinion are kind of like the Rolls Royce of flowers – absolutely gorgeous and freaking expensive. But that is how you get ahead in the flower world.

In today’s world, we want to be different and better than the next guy over. It is why things like Etsy and designer fashions do so well, it is why we helicopter parent, it is why we buy Priuses (or is it Prii?). We want to be better, cooler and different, just like everyone else. We don’t want to be boring. Every big box store in the country can sell you petunias and begonias, but they are boring. When you get into gardening, you want your garden to be spectacular and special, and so there are lots of companies that cater to that want – and few do it better that Proven Winners.

Back in the day (and for those of you under 20 or over 40, that would be before the internet), if you wanted “special” for your garden, you had 3 choices.   One, was to grow it from seed, even then you had to resort to the other two I am about to mention in order to get the seeds. Two, you had to locate a special organization that specialized in the type of plant you wanted, like The American Hemerocallis Society or the American Iris Society, and then either join, wade through their often tedious catalogs or beg a member to sell or trade (fat chance on that one because you didn’t have anything cool yet to trade) one of their prized unique plants to you. Then there was three, which was somehow discover how to get on the mailing list of obscure plant catalogs. Most people, even if they really liked gardening thought this all was too hard and so were very happy with their boring. Then came the internet, and like it did with all other aspects of our life, it changed everything.

Suddenly exciting was available to everyone, be it plants, clothes or home decor. And when something become available, it becomes popular and the demand for it makes it so there is more available. Awesome how that works. And this has born companies  like Proven Winners who can take advantage, indirectly, of the internet suddenly making everything available to everyone – for a premium, which is how capitalism works.

When I have the spare money, it often gets spent  on Proven Winner plants, mainly because I don’t want to be boring either and just a little because they actually are worth it. For as pretty as they are, they are actually really durable. So yeah, I was very, very happy when they called to ask if I would like some of their plants. It’s not every day someone offers you a Roll Royce, and at least this time I don’t have to contemplate who my new secret admirer is.