Cleaning homes in a hygienic manner is one of the best things we can do to reduce the spread of infection. Castle Keepers House Cleaning has trained professionals who make your home clean and safe. Given how easily this virus spreads and the need for social distancing Castle Keepers has decided to temporarily suspend services to single family dwellings. We will continue to service businesses and multi-family communities who need our services to keep commonly shared space sanitized for all who use it.

We will be sharing with you what you need to know to keep your home hygienically clean and sanitized during this challenging time.

Hand Washing Down 21% From 2020

A new survey from Bradley Corp. has discovered that American's are washing their hands less as the COVID-19 pandemic wears on. According to January 2021 survey, 57% of Americans are still washing their hands six or more times per day. This is down from 78% of Americans who were washing their hands six or more times per day at this…

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Fewer People Plan Spring Cleaning in 2021

According to a survey conducted by the American Cleaning Institute, only 69% of Americans plan to do their annual spring cleaning this year. That is down 8% from 2020. While the United States is still in the midst of mitigating COVID-19, why would that number go down? It is precisely because of the pandemic. Throughout the past year, more people…

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How Our Cleaners are Keeping You Safe

At Castle Keepers House Cleaning, our goal is always to provide you with a clean, healthy, and safe home. In the face of COVID-19, we have increased our safety measures to ensure our clients and our staff are safe while they are hard at work. 

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Temporary Service Suspension Extended to April 17

Temporary Service Suspension Extended to April 17 Notice to All Castle Keepers House Cleaning Clients Based on the current situation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, we have made the decision to extend our temporary service suspension on residential cleaning for two more weeks, to April 17th. This is was hard decision to make. We all need to work, but we need…

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How to Clean for a Pandemic
Woman wearing the N95 mask

How to Clean for a Pandemic

The coronavirus that originated in China has been all over the news lately. As the ability to travel throughout the world in a matter of hours has become a part of our daily lives, microbes and disease move with us. As we deal with all types of infections as a part of this mobility, it’s critical not to forget that…

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