We are offering a "Top-to-Bottom" cleaning and application of disinfecting or sanitizing products
Wipe Down Of Surfaces on All Types Of Flooring, Showers, & Counter-tops: (counter-tops, tables, doorknobs, light switches, handles, and fixtures)
- Stone Cleaning, Polishing, & Sealing
- Tile & Grout Cleaning
- Upholstery Cleaning
- Carpet Cleaning
- Pressure Washing
- And More...
When cold & flu season arrives, it's nearly inevitable that germs will invade your home. By maintaining a clean home, you will reduce bacteria and most allergens from thriving in a dirty and dusty environment. Cleaner homes mean fewer germs and thus fewer illnesses.
Cleaning refers to the removal of dirt and impurities, such as viruses, germs, bacteria, pollen, and other pathogens from various surfaces. Cleaning alone does not kill germs, but by removing the germs, it decreases their number and therefore lowers risk of spreading infections.
if you want the benefits of having a Clean Home (lessening the spread of germs and other contaminants, thus reducing allergy and asthma symptoms, wards off bugs, and causing lower stress, anxiety, and fatigue around your home), give us a call for a Free Estimate!
We use EPA-approved products for emerging viral pathogens and follow PPE guidelines by wearing N-95 masks, goggles, and disposable gloves.
We use high performance truckmounted cleaning equipment!
Measured reductions in biological contaminants can be clearly demonstrated in carpets, textiles, upholstery, and hard surface floors after the use of high performance truckmounted cleaning equipment that can maintain temperatures across the surfaces being cleaned of 160º+ F.
The first step in the prevention of the spread of the virus is more effective deep cleaning procedures. The second recommendation of the health and environmental authorities to aid in prevention is the application of a chemical sanitizer.
While we do apply disinfecting or sanitizing products, we don't make claims about the results or effectiveness because we cannot prove that in the field. The US EPA has a list of disinfectants they believe are effective: