How to get rid of bad smells in the home

Professional cleaners remove the source of the foul odor. They don't just cover it up with perfumed air fresheners.

10 ways distributors can promote worker safety

AFFLINK, a leading sales and marketing organization, with more than 300 members throughout the U.S., offers the following "Ten Ways Administrators can Promote Worker Safety" at distribution locations.

Bed bug hiding places

Bed bugs are commonly associated with beds but these pesky critters can venture beyond your bedrooms and infest your entire home. Even at workplaces, it is difficult to identify where they are coming from.

How to control pet hair

Here's a useful infographic on how to control pet hair. Whether your beloved dog or cat has short hair or long hair, shedding on furniture, floors, and clothing can be annoying, embarrassing, and disgusting.

Is your cleaning service really green?

In a new blog post on Castle Keepers House Cleaning, Janice Stewart asks the question, "What is green cleaning?" Her answer gives consumers insight into what it takes for a company to create an authentic green cleaning process. Stewart examines environmentally preferable products, third-party certifications, green equipment, and more.

How often should I clean that? (infographic)

A handy infographic download about how often certain items in a home should be cleaned: The friendly people at Castle Keepers House Cleaning get questions from time to time from our clients, neighbors, and other cleaning professionals about how often certain items in a home should be cleaned.

5 ways to protect your family during flu season (infographic)

Quick tips for your cleaning business customers in a shareable infographicThe advice to "stay away from people" may sound funny, but it's best to avoid crowded rooms when the flu is prevalent. If you yourself have the flu, you're not doing anyone at your work or school a favor when you show up while still [...]

By |2018-02-05T19:24:39+00:00February 5th, 2018|Green Cleaning, Residential / Home / Maid Cleaning|

New Oregon law requires cleaning service providers to be licensed

Law targets sexual assault and sexual harassment in the workplace.Effective January 1, 2018, Oregon amended its labor contracting law to require those organizations that employ workers for the purpose of providing janitorial or cleaning services to other parties (i.e., building service contractors, residential cleaning service providers) to: Be licensed as a Property Services Contractor by [...]

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