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Clean, Undamaged Environments and Mental Health

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by Thomas Nyte

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10.10.2020

Right now, it’s hard to get through a day without seeing some type of instagram, pinterest, or wellness blog post that touts the importance of clean homes and tidy environments. The idea of minimalistic, open, and organized spaces is very trendy right now – and for good reason! 

Keeping your home and your surroundings clean, undamaged, and well-maintained can be key to improving your mental health. Imagine having damaged walls, worn countertops, or broken furniture that you’re unable to find the time or money (or frankly, the knowledge) to fix? A crowded or damaged living space can be extremely distracting, and can even lead to stress, fatigue, anxiety, and in some cases, depression.

Keeping your home undamaged

We’ve all heard the expression: cluttered house, cluttered mind. It’s a saying that can be (and has been) applied to many different things:

Cluttered desk, cluttered mind.

Cluttered office, cluttered mind.

Cluttered kitchen, cluttered mind.

Researchers studying the effects of clutter have found that messy or damaged homes lead to decreased mental well-being and life satisfaction. For the sake of mental clarity, organization, and reclaiming your space, cleaning and decluttering alone can be very helpful in making your home peaceful and positive.

In the same way, how is it possible to truly enjoy your home if your floors are damaged? What if your counters are scratched? What if the exterior of your house has a leak, a broken windowpane, or damaged siding?

Simply put: how can you and your family be comfortable in a home that is no longer comfortable?

Why is it so difficult to stay on top of everything that needs fixing around the house?

Cleaning and decluttering gives people a sense of mastery and control over their environment, and the same can be said about having things fixed around the house. Hole in the drywall? Broken tile in the kitchen floor? Scratched dresser? Furniture smelly and covered in pet hair? It can all happen — often, seemingly overnight!

Any homeowner knows that broken/damaged things build up faster than you ever thought possible (especially if you have a large family and pets!), and that keeping on top of repairs can be difficult and time-consuming. Everyone has things going on that make it difficult to keep their surroundings pristine, and, after a while, it can start to take its toll!

What can we do?

At New Creations, we understand that the prospect of replacing parts of your home can be daunting. It’s expensive, time-consuming, and wasteful. That’s exactly why we offer comprehensive techniques and innovative technologies that seamlessly repair instead of replace. Our staff can safely come in and repair just about anything, from house siding to kitchen counters to small trinkets.

Our process is:

  1. Quick

For small jobs, our mobile technicians can be in and out as quickly as possible. For larger jobs, we’ll do our best not to disrupt your daily routine and finish the job as fast as possible.

  1. Seamless

Our repair techniques and tools allow us to seamlessly repair just about anything.

  1. Environmentally friendly

Because we repair things rather than replacing them, our process minimizes waste that would otherwise end up in a landfill.

  1. Cost-effective

Again, because we repair your possession and your home without replacing them, we keep costs down!

So, if you’re struggling to find the time to take care of some of the repairs around your house and it’s starting to negatively affect your outlook, consider giving us a call! We’d be happy to work with you.

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