About Huuso

The Huuso Difference

We believe that everyone deserves to be treated with care and dignity. That is why at Huuso, our entire staff is focused on much more than just cleaning your home, but helping you heal. From the moment you call, you will realize the “Huuso Difference”. Our experienced and knowledgeable team members are available around the clock to answer your questions and quickly respond to your needs. Highly trained and dedicated technicians will guide you through the process and be with you from beginning to the end. Huuso will take care of your property while you take care of what matters most.

Huuso. The People Who Care.

Our goal is to provide the highest level of customer service and workmanship by preparing our technicians with industry leading training and tools. All technicians are required to complete various safety courses, but it is the “Huuso Academy” that sets our technicians apart. Huuso’s exclusive “I Care” Program teaches our technicians management and communication skills following a traumatic event. This is just one of the courses used to prepare our team to be their best for you.

Huuso prepares its team members through a lengthy curriculum that includes classroom, hands-on, and field training. We go beyond being compliant to local laws and ordinances.

Meet the Huuso Family

The three Reifsteck brothers started Huuso to provide top-tier and personal care in hard times. Tim, Kevin, and Bryan all offer unique skills to the company but agree that in everything, the client’s care is most important. The brothers have been in the industry for over 25 years and have mastered what it means to provide service with honor and respect.

Chief Casstevens joined the team to help with a law enforcement perspective.

Steven Casstevens is the Chief of Police with the Buffalo Grove, IL Police Department. He retired in 2011 as an Assistant Chief with the Hoffman Estates, IL Police Department, where he served for nearly 30 years. He then served as Chief of Police with the Cary, IL Police Department for 2 ½ years prior to being hired in Buffalo Grove in June of 2013. He began his law enforcement career in the Military Police with the U.S. Army’s 101st Airborne Division in 1976.

Casstevens is a Past President of the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police (ILACP). He is the Immediate Past President of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP). He serves on the Executive Committee of “Fight Crime – Invest in Kids” as well Co-Chair of their National Leadership Council. He also serves on the Advisory Board for the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility, the Board of Directors for L.E.A.D. – Law Enforcement Against Drugs, and the Executive Board of the Illinois Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF).

He has authored numerous articles for Police Chief Magazine, Command Magazine and Law and Order. His 2011 keynote speech to a basic law enforcement academy class was featured in the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin. He served as an adjunct instructor for Northwestern University Center for Public Safety for nearly 20 years. He has been a guest speaker for WYCC – Chicago TV, WGN Radio, Fox News, C-SPAN, Washington Journal, the Sean Spicer Show as well as several state and national law enforcement conferences. He has been called to testify before a Congressional Committee on health benefits for law enforcement and recently was called before the President’s Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice to provide testimony on the issue of police officer safety and wellness. In 2020 he testified before a Senate Judiciary Hearing on Police Reform and in 2021 he testified at a Senate Hearing on law enforcement’s response to the mental health crisis in the U.S.

Casstevens served as a squad supervisor for the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta. He has worked on numerous special projects on a state and national level. In 2012 he began an unprecedented project with a select team of law enforcement professionals and Northwestern University Center for Public Safety to develop a Highway Patrol agency and training academy for the Arab State of Qatar. He has traveled extensively to meet with law enforcement leaders in Brazil, Taiwan, EUROPOL – The Hague, Netherlands, INTERPOL – Lyon, France, AMERIPOL – Panama City, ASIANAPOL – Singapore, GCC-POL – Abu Dhabi, Israel, Dubai, Austria, London, and Ireland.

He has been the recipient of numerous local, state, and national awards, including the two highest awards in the nation for highway safety. In 1997, he was the national law enforcement recipient of the “J. Stannard Baker Award” from the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for lifetime achievement in highway safety. In 2004, he received the National Public Service Award from NHTSA for his contributions and achievements in traffic and highway safety in Illinois and throughout the nation. In 2015, he received the ILACP Highway Safety Leadership Award. In 2017, he was recognized by the Illinois Crime Commission with their Lifetime Achievement – Excellence in Law Enforcement Award. In 2020, he received the National Champion for Kids award from “Fight Crime – Invest in Kids” and the Law Enforcement Official of the Year award from the Illinois Security Professionals Association.

Casstevens is a graduate of the 51st class of Northwestern University’s School of Police Staff & Command (1991), the Executive Management Program, and a member of the 216th session of the FBI National Academy, Quantico, VA (2004). He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice Management from Judson University, and is a Certified Police Chief through the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police.

Casstevens currently serves as an Advisory Board member of the Global Police Network as well as a Founding Board member of the International Road Policing Alliance.