COVID - 19 DISASTER RELIEF INFORMATION
WE WEAR PPE ON EVERY CLEANING APPOINTMENT. WE WEAR N95 MASKS; OR P100 CARTRIDGE RESPIRATOR MASKS, AS WELL AS RUBBER / LATEX GLOVES, AND SHOE COVERS.
To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, we are using the CDC guidelines to insure the safely of our clients and staff. We are using the proper PPE while doing our cleanings, also we are limiting one to two cleanings per day so we can properly sanitize the equipment before the next cleaning job. We are still up and running as we are an essential business in maintaining a clean, sanitized and healthy environment for our clients.
We are offering discounts to help you with this. Book an appointment now, or Pay now to take advantage of the pricing and choose your date of cleaning within the next year.
We will also be offering huge discounts to anyone in the health care industry, or to any first responders to help show our support for their bravery and selflessness.
The CDC recommends the use of a Hospital-grade disinfectant that claims to kill similar pathogens to the coronavirus. For instance, influenza, H1N1, or something similar. We have many different products available from Hospital Grade Disinfectants and sanitizers to Commercial Grade Anti-Microbials and Virusides. Also, we have NO-CONTACT SERVICE AVAILABLE if needed. We have years of cleaning experience, and we are uniquely qualified and very well prepared during these pressing times to help disinfect and clean your home or office. There is currently no cure for the coronavirus, we are following the guidelines the CDC & Local Authorities provide us with. We are doing everything we possibly can to keep everyone safe. From our client to our cleaning specialist, this remains our number one priority!!!
We are all in this together. We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and will follow guidance from public health officials and government agencies, so we can continue to support our customers and communities as needed.
For more information about COVD-19 and what you can do to keep healthy and safe, visit the Centers for Disease Control at cdc.gov or your local health department's website.