COVID-19 Response

As essential workers, we’ve worked hard throughout this pandemic, offering enhanced sanitation services to ensure your business can reopen and stay open safely. 

Covid 19 Coronavirus cleaning service

Your Health is our Top Priority

We all have a role to play in the fight against COVID-19. The pandemic has business owners understandably concerned about the health and safety of their employees. As states begin to lift shelter in place restrictions and employees return to work, businesses are strongly encouraged to enhance existing sanitation procedures to help stop the spread of the virus. 

Reduce the spread of Covid 19 with thorough commercial cleaning services

Mitigate Risk through a Comprehensive Approach

Reduce the risk of exposure and re-exposure to the Coronavirus and other communicable diseases by making cleanliness a top priority. Our comprehensive commercial janitorial and Day Porter services will keep your building clean and sanitary, and your employees healthy and productive. 

For large areas or spaces that require more thorough disinfecting, consider electrostatic and fogging disinfecting. These two techniques use special mobile machines to vaporize disinfectants around your space to more thoroughly cover all surface areas, especially hard to clean areas or materials.

The Right Products Make a Difference

The CDC issued guidance that disinfecting COVID-19 should be done using products that lists human coronavirus as a target pathogen. Disinfectants used by Clean Method meet the EPA’s criteria for use against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Special attention is given to high touch areas to limit disease spread.

Clean Method Technicians:

  • Wear protective gloves during all cleaning procedures, particularly when in contact with high touch surfaces
  • Wear protective clothing and masks when using electrostatic sprayers or fogging machines
  • Remove contaminated gloves from the inside out to avoid contact with hands
  • Dispose of all contaminated waste and PPE in properly sealed containers outside your facility
  • Abide by any additional safety protocols dictated by the site
Avoid spreading Covid and Covid contamination with proper safety practices and cleaning protocols

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