Fight Malaria and Dengue

Delhi, West Bengal, Orissa, Maharashtra, and Karnataka were among the worst-hit states from Dengue, in 2015. A total of 99913 cases were reported all over India and 220 were found dead because of Vector Borne Diseases. If the records of this year are seen, until June 2016, 8307 cases have already been reported and 10 fatalities have occurred. The problem is so severe that even the Central and state governments have taken notice of it and have devised special ambulances or plans to curb it.

While Malaria usually breeds in rainwater pools and puddles, borrow pits, river bed pools etc, Dengue breeds in any type of manmade containers or storage containers having even a small quantity of water. As understood from the sentences above, these diseases have more chance of occurrence in the rainy season. Most of the times these diseases can be cured by ingestion of expensive medicines but in some cases, they may result in fatalities.


Common places in our homes where there is a probability of finding Dengue and malaria vectors are Desert coolers,Drums, Jars, Pots, Buckets, Flower vases, Plant saucers, Tanks, Cisterns, Bottles, Tins, Tires, Roof gutters, Refrigerator drip pans, Cement blocks, Bamboo stumps, Coconut shells, Tree holes and many more places where rainwater collects easily.


We, at Klean Homz, understand the severity of the problem and have trained our staff to check for such minimal containers at your homes and in washrooms. Our cleaners have been instructed to specially

clean places or jars where is a possibility of rainwater getting collected so that you and your family is protected from the hazards of such Vector Borne Diseases.

We ensure to take care of you and your home not just to make the house look beautiful but to keep you safe and healthy as well. Be safe, Be healthy!


A shocking 53 percent of Indian homes are deficient in toilets and from that 53% about 70 percent of the houses are found in the villages. Basic needs like washroom are not accessible to poor and that’s outrageous! According to UNICEF, Poor sanitation and contaminated water cause 80 percent of the diseases afflicting rural India, and diarrhea is a leading killer of children younger than 5.

Such reports along with the appalling statistics impelled our PM, Narendra Modi, to announce the “Clean India” movement to provide healthy toilet facilities to more than 60 million homes by 2019. His government, along with active citizens and NGOs of India, has been rigorously working to achieve that target. But is that enough? The outcries of the people of village clearly indicate a big NO. Although 5.8 million toilets were built it has been reported that most of them have gone unused or are being used as storage spaces and open defecation is still widely accepted as it provides “pleasure, comfort and convenience.” The picture is equally disgraceful when we talk about cities. Even in big cities, only 30 percent of sewage is treated and disposed of.

We, at Klean Homz, cannot help clean up the sewage systems of a city but we can surely help you make your toilets a better, hygienic and germ-free area. A customized cleaning package has been designed especially for washrooms which are the breeding grounds of diseases and bacteria. We ensure to remove dust from all places and especially concentrate on removing hard water stains on floors as well as shower cabins, tubs or Jacuzzi. We also sanitize your toilet and disinfect it killing germs and reducing the danger of diseases like diarrhea, vomiting, fever etc.

Let us take the small steps of keeping our washrooms clean to help fight the bigger cause of making a “Swachh Bharat” someday.

Build Toilets, Get FREE Movie Tickets

Yes, you read it right! That’s what has been announced by Puducherry government. A survey conducted by rural development agency stated that only 325 houses had toilets in their homes in the Sellipet village out of 772 homes. Such shocking numbers made the government take alluring steps to curb the problem of fewer washrooms found in villages. The Collector of one of the districts suggested offering free tickets for Rajinikanth’s movie “Kabali” which made people talk about this innovative idea and the seriousness of this issue.

An appalling 58 percent of the residents of the village defecate out in the open which is a shame for our country. The Puducherry government has laid out Rs. 120 crore plan to build toilets under Modi’s Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. An estimated 55,000 households will get the opportunity to sit in close toilets and defecate which is a huge step.


But building toilets in rural areas is not enough. We should take care that even while living in cities, our bathrooms are hygienic and fresh always. Bathroom Cleaning Services are available for those of you who have time crunch or do not wish to make their hands dirty. Ask for professional cleaners and they will help you shine your bathroom, make it healthy and germ-free as well as leave it scented after every use. All of this comes at a reasonable price and is handled by professionals who are well aware of their work. This gives you the liberty to invest your time in more productive work.

Let’s take a step to control the problem of open defecation or unclean toilets. Call us now to know more information.

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