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While shoes are great for your feet's well-being and your style, they can carry all kind of disgusting elements (such as allergens, dirt, and fecal matter) into your house. That's why, it is a good idea to instill a "no shoes inside" rule in your home, especially if you have carpeted floors. If you don't know how you should go about it, however, you should follow the tips mentioned below.

How to Instill a "No Shoes Inside" Rule at Home

Make Everyone Follow It

What use will the rule have if nobody else follows it? None! That's why you should let any other resident in your household or guest, know that you have this rule going on. If you feel uncomfortable simply telling them about it, you could opt for putting up a cute sign that informs them that shoes must come off before stepping inside.

Have a Place for the Shoes

The next tip is an important one: have a place for the shoes. Ideally, you would have a closet by the door where family members and guests can leave their shoes behind. If you don't, however, placing a shoe rack nearby can suffice. In the end, what matters is having an organized, safe place where you can keep the discarded shoes.

Provide Additional Footwear

Some of your guests may not feel comfortable being barefoot. Some may have smelly feet. Some may not be wearing the right kind of socks. Whatever the case may be, it's a good idea to provide footwear your guests can wear inside. For example, have socks or slippers ready for them, so they can walk through your place comfortably.

If your place is in need of a serious deep clean, or requires property restoration in Stormville, call call Zott Construction DKI at (845) 227-4141 to inquire about their services and to request a free estimate.