Cleaning Safely and Responsibly
We would like to share with you the procedures our company has implemented to help keep you (our clients) and our employees safe and well:
- We will under no circumstance allow any employee that has any flu-like symptoms to come to work.
- Cleaning technicians are carrying EPA certified cleaning solutions to sanitize all high touch areas:
- Doorbell button
- Door knobs
- Light switches
- Thermostat buttons
- Stair railings
- Trash can lids
- Shower door handles
- Toilet flush handles
- Alarm panel
- Cabinet and drawer pulls
- Fridge handles
- Microwave handles
- Faucet handles
- As always, the cleaning towels we use are clean, only used in your home, and are washed thoroughly before they are used again.
- Technicians are working at least 6 feet of space
- We are wearing gloves and face masks while entering each home.
- Face mask guidance we will follow:
- Focus on the Fit: Face coverings should be snug, cover your whole nose and mouth, and extend underneath your chin, according to the CDC.
- Put it on carefully: The World Health Organization suggests that people first clean their hands before putting a mask on and check that there are no holes or tears in the fabric.
- Don’t touch the mask while wearing it: When taking off the mask for a quick breather, or an itch, it’s important to practice good hand hygiene after touching the face covering.
- Take it off carefully: Be extra careful not to touch the front of the mask, eyes, nose, and mouth when removing your face covering. Wash hands after handling the mask.
- Wash your mask often: According to the CDC, machine-washing your mask is enough to disinfect your cloth face covering.
If you have any questions or concerns, please call us directly @ (562) 225-1672.