Because we clean for health and not just for appearance, we ensure homes are free of dirt as well as disease-causing germs and bacteria.
When it comes to cleaning homes, each one is different. Some have pets leaving trails of fur and paw prints while others need a dusting and a bathroom scrub. We try to accommodate each customer’s tastes, preferences and living styles.
One population we take a particular interest in is senior citizens. This is a fast-growing demographic and a group of people used to their independence who want to stay in their homes as long as they can.
Our employees are trained in proper cleaning techniques for every room of the house and receive special training on working with senior citizens, including how to identify potential problems or issues.
We’re also aware that senior citizens have unique physical needs. Because we clean for health and not just for appearance, we ensure homes are free of dirt as well as disease-causing germs and bacteria. This is particularly important for individuals who may have compromised immune systems. We also can use chemical-free cleaning techniques rather than chemicals, which makes for cleaner air quality in the home.
And we take extra care to avoid any potential accidents. For example, the cleaning team uses low-moisture, microfiber mops that disinfect without leaving excess water on the floor, which could cause someone to slip and fall.
Castle Keepers’ owners, Tom and Janice Stewart, both have older parents so they have first-hand knowledge and insight into the needs of senior citizens who choose to live at home.
“Both our parents want to stay in their homes, where they are the most comfortable, for as long as they can,” says Janice Stewart. “We hope Castle Keepers can help other senior citizens who share that same goal.”