Every year, the inhabitants of south-eastern Wisconsin open their doors with optimism, as the snow melts and green shoots appear, forgetting unwanted outdoor elements that are quickly chased away from the inside. Even the busiest and best-maintained luxury house in the Country Lake area has a muddy soil; small or large floors make no difference because they immediately cover shoes and legs. The melting of the snow on compacted soil, which melts slowly as the grass awakens from hibernation, means that the water is filled with loose topsoil or mud pools. Keeping the house and floor clean during these wet and muddy months is a challenge. The most important thing when monitoring the mud is to clean it as quickly as possible. The best way to minimize the dirt and mud that spreads in your home is to plan ahead for the annual spring attack. 2019 COLBY CONSTRUCTION. If you stay at the top, chaos can be kept to a minimum.