Tips for Getting Your House Ready for Guests Quickly

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The summer season can bring lots of unexpected perks, from impromptu cookout invitations to last-minute weekend guests. If your friends have a sudden urge to visit the Las Vegas, Nevada, area, you may have to pull your house together fast. Make your home more enjoyable and clean by using these easy tips to get everything visitor-ready quickly and efficiently.

Clear Out the Closet

Living out of a suitcase is hard, even if it’s only for a few nights. If your guests are bringing semi-formal wear for a night on the town, it’s even more important that they have a place to keep it. Clear out enough space in your closet for a few hanging items and tuck some empty hangers inside. If you can offer an empty dresser drawer as well, your guest room will be as good as a hotel.

Change Your HVAC Filter

Make sure the air in your home is fresh and breathable by checking your air filter. You should change it once every one to three months for the best results. If your guests have allergies or asthma, you may want to go ahead and swap out your filter (even if it’s a bit early) to make sure everyone is as comfortable as possible.

Grab a Few Special Amenities

Having just a few special amenities on hand can make a big difference in your guests’ experience. Fill a small basket in the bathroom with mini toiletries so you’ll have essentials on hand if something is forgotten. Head to a nearby casino or resort and grab some maps and brochures so your visitors can easily browse the local highlights. Put together a basket of treats with granola bars, fruit, or cookies to tuck in your guest room so a late night snack is on hand without any awkward creeping around the dark house.

With a few thoughtful touches, you can make your home as welcoming as a luxury resort. If you’re looking forward to a long summer of visitors, make sure everything in your home is in top shape. Call Ambient Edge at 702-479-7464 and schedule your annual HVAC tune-up with us as early as possible to keep your home comfortable all summer.

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