COVID-19 has become a harsh reality to face for everyone worldwide. Commercial facilities are no different. They often have higher standards to uphold, considering they are gathering places for large numbers of people and could potentially serve as a breeding ground for spreading the virus.
Executive Cleaning Services, LLC provides affordable and reliable coronavirus cleaning services for commercial facilities throughout the US. Our staff is fully vetted and provided with proper protection of their own to thoroughly clean, disinfect, and sanitize commercial spaces.
Our company has 40+ years of experience serving local clients, including all types of commercial, industrial, medical, educational, and corporate facilities. Each of our team members undergoes rigorous training and testing to ensure top of the line service.
Facility managers now hold the responsibility to provide proper coronavirus disinfection services. See how we are helping facilities prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The Centers for Disease Control has been the primary source for educating the public on safety measures to prevent the coronavirus spread. They offer continuously updated protocols, including coronavirus cleaning services for commercial facilities.
At Executive Cleaning Services, we are sure to follow CDC protocols for COVID-19 disinfection. According to the CDC Disinfection Guidelines, COVID-19 cleaning services should include:
These guidelines have been put in place to help protect everyone from the rapid spread of coronavirus. The CDC also stresses the importance of developing, implementing, maintaining, and revising coronavirus cleaning services in all commercial facilities.
The frequency of cleaning and disinfecting should depend on the level of traffic a specific area or object may have. At a very minimum, surfaces that are touched by multiple people frequently should be cleaned daily as long as the facility is in use.
Depending on the usage of certain areas or objects determines the need to clean and sanitize after every use. It is essential to have cleaning and sanitizing equipment available within facilities to allow patrons to upkeep this protection level between coronavirus cleaning services.
As a rule of thumb, stick to the following cleaning schedule for commercial spaces:
When scheduling commercial cleaning through Executive Cleaning Services, we work on individual schedules to ensure we meet all cleaning and sanitizing needs. We understand that these cleaning processes differ from client to client and we pride ourselves in customizing schedules as needed.
COVID-19 is a sphere-shaped virus known to have small protein spikes on the exterior, which attach to the body's cells. The virus has a coating with a fatty layer that holds it all together.
By integrating coronavirus cleaning services that utilize alcohol, we break down the fatty bilayer of the virus. We make sure to integrate products with 60-80% alcohol content, either ethanol or isopropanol, in all of our cleaning at Executive Cleaning Services, which proves to be the most effective.
The CDC recommends a sanitizing solution that contains 70% isopropyl alcohol and 30% water. At Executive Cleaning Services, we are careful with our cleaning solutions. We understand that using other cleaning agents that are readily available, including bleach, peroxide, acetone, or ammonia, can be harsher and could potentially cause permanent damage to electronics.
As a business owner, it is essential to follow the necessary steps to help slow the coronavirus spread. While many options provide coronavirus disinfection service, there are crucial steps to follow as per the CDC.
As a team, we at Executive Cleaning Services work to closely follow these steps and keep our teams up to date with any new information as it is released regularly.
Keeping surfaces clean is the first step in keeping everyone safe and healthy. While it may seem easy enough, there are critical aspects to keep in consideration while cleaning.
Cleaning is a crucial step as it reduces the number of germs and dirt, but it is important to be followed with disinfectant as this will completely kill any remaining germs.
Ensuring disinfectant follows proper cleaning helps to ensure to kill all of the potential coronavirus germs. Disinfectants are typically harsher chemicals, so it is important to be careful when handling them. Follow these steps provided by the CDC to ensure safe and effective disinfectant usage:
The coronavirus cleaning services provided by Executive Cleaning Services make sure to use all disinfectants safely to protect all clients and patrons.
There are other precautionary measures commercial facilities can keep in mind while looking for a coronavirus cleaning company. We also keep in mind:
We want to make sure that we are cleaning and disinfecting commercial facilities to the best of our ability while considering our individuals' safety that makes up our team.
According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, or the EPA, Lysol can kill the coronavirus in two minutes. Other disinfectants can take longer, including the Kirkland brand, which takes three minutes to kill the coronavirus on surfaces.
Using state of the art cleaning and disinfectant products at Executive Cleaning Services, we ensure eliminating any coronavirus traces on all surfaces within commercial facilities.
While we hope that our clients do not have to face the concern of handling an employee who has tested positive, we understand that it can become a reality, and it is crucial to prepare for all situations should that happen.
Give us a call right away if there has been a potential case of COVID-19 in the building. We will work together to make sure to follow the correct procedures for the safety of all. While scheduling a professional cleaning with us, here are the steps to take if someone tests positive for coronavirus in the office:
It is vital to maintain confidentiality while handling potential COVID-19 exposures in the workplace as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Our team at Executive Cleaning Services handles all cases with sensitivity while protecting commercial facilities from the virus's future spread.