Anyone who is in business should always check out the competition. A restaurant owner should go and have dinner at another restaurant to see what they’re doing right or wrong. That same principle can apply to having holiday guests come into your home. To make them feel welcome, you should spend a day trying to pretend you are a stranger in your own home. You may be surprised some of the things you discover.
Have you ever spend the night in your own guest room? You might think that the bed you have in there is comfortable but if it is a hand-me-down mattress that has seen better days, then it might be time to replace it. The only way you know that is if you actually try and take a nap or sleep in that bed. You might also discover that the pillows you have in there are as flat as pancakes and the blankets aren’t keeping you warm.
There are a lot of other little things in the guest room that you might need to think about like a lamp on the nightstand versus an overhead lamp. Is there an outlet close by for someone to charge their phone? What if you had to unpack a suitcase? Would there be room in a dresser or closet to hang stuff? Those all important details that you want to take care of before your visitor arrives.
You can also make them feel welcome by providing them with the things you keep in storage like clean towels, extra blankets and even bottles of water. The ultimate goal is to have everything ready so that they don’t even have to ask for something.
As you look around that guest room, you also have to think about any clutter items you put in there for storage. It’s not uncommon to use that guest room as a place for an old TV or piece of furniture that you want to get rid of. Now is the time to get rid of it and that can easily happen with one call to Junk King Houston. The send over a crew that can lift and load any piece of furniture, box of clothing, television or other junk items you want to finally get rid of.
A single junk removal session with Junk King Houston is all it will take to make your guestroom ready for holiday guests.