Do House Cleaning Businesses Need to be Bonded?
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Do House Cleaning Businesses Need to be Bonded?

Posted August 12, 2016
When you began your house cleaning business, you may have had to obtain a license or register with the state. During that process, many industries require the purchase of a surety bond. Housekeepers are rarely required to purchase a bond by law, but a bond can be a wise business investment. Surety bonds increase a business’s trustworthiness and protect its clientele. The most common reason housekeepers and cleaning companies purchase surety bonds is in case of employee theft.
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Can You Afford a Housekeeper?
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Can You Afford a Housekeeper?

Posted August 05, 2016 By Martha Scully
Do you dread coming home to a messy house? Do you waste money eating out because you can't face your kitchen? Is getting ready to leave your home a stressful event, simply because you can't find the items you need in the piles of stuff? If so, you're not alone. In this article, we'll have a look at the return on investment of paying for a housekeeper.
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Top 10 Benefits of Housekeepers for Empty Nesters

Top 10 Benefits of Housekeepers for Empty Nesters

Posted May 20, 2016 By Craig S
Decades ago, a housekeeper was a luxury that only the wealthy could afford or envision. These days, hiring a housekeeper can bring many added benefits to baby boomers who’ve reached early retirement, as well as parents who’s children have finally left home. In this article, we’ll look at ways in which a housekeeper can help use make our lives easier — Believe it or not, hiring a housekeeper is no longer exclusively for celebrities on reality TV. A professional housekeeper provides r...
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How Spring Cleaning Benefits your Home and Health

How Spring Cleaning Benefits your Home and Health

Posted May 04, 2016 By Craig S
The rite of spring cleaning is a time to promote healthy living, involving everything from reducing allergens to getting rid of toxic cleaners. Warmer weather. The birds are chirping. Flowers have begun to bloom. Bees are buzzing. These are a few welcoming signs of spring. A season when many of us begin the ritual of spring cleaning. Over the years, this task has become an unwelcoming chore for many. HouseKeeper.com wants to show you some ways spring cleaning can be a cheerful event, whic...
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Coming Clean in the Gender Wars: Can a Housekeeper Save Your Relationship?

Coming Clean in the Gender Wars: Can a Housekeeper Save Your Relationship?

Posted April 14, 2016 By Craig S
Few things generate as much heat and resentment between men and women as housework. One partner may be committed to the keeping the house beautiful, and spend as much of their spare time working on this, while the other may have much lower standards, and is willing to lie on the couch, oblivious as dust buffaloes stampede across the floor...
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Why Your Housekeeper Should be Using Eco-Friendly Cleaning Products

Why Your Housekeeper Should be Using Eco-Friendly Cleaning Products

Posted April 05, 2016 By Craig S
Going green at home is more than a fad. The use of eco-friendly products impacts the environment, but more importantly, it also affects your home and you. Unfortunately, many of our household products contain toxic chemicals. Constant use of these can have a negative impact on our health. In this article, we’ll look at some reasons why you and your housekeeper should make the switch to eco-friendly cleaning products once and for all!
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