The authorities in the United Kingdom have announced that a hosepipe ban is to be imposed from the 5th April. It is due to the drought conditions caused by the last two unusually dry years. A hosepipe ban means that people won’t be able to water their gardens, clean their own cars or motorcycles using a hosepipe, water plants using a hosepipe, clean their boats using a hosepipe, or even to clean their windows.
Professional deep cleaning services providers recommend that you clean your houses before the hosepipe ban is imposed in the country. This advice is mainly for the windows and for the exterior of your houses, but if you have any other major chores which include outdoor water usage, as to wash your carpets and area rugs, now is the moment for them. After the watering ban comes into action, you won’t be able to do these chores, and you’ll have to use professional deep cleaning services.
A hosepipe ban is quite unpleasant, but this year it is imperative. If we don’t reduce the outdoor use of water, there won’t be enough for drinking and showering. Mind that if you break the terms of the ban, there is a 1000 pound fine (Quite a “price” for water, isn’t it?).
So, if you still have domestic chores undone, you have three days to accomplish them. Don’t wander too much, but get to work, if you don’t want to pay for the services of some cleaner London afterwards. Clean your windows, water the garden and the plants, wash your car or boat (if you have one), and forget about outdoor water usage after 5th April.