As the Coronavirus continues to evolve, we understand so too do your concerns over the health and safety of your home and family. While many are being asked to isolate themselves and practice social distancing, we can appreciate the growing concerns you may have and your hesitation to invite our cleaning crews into your home to do their normal cleaning practices.
We are continuing to monitor the situation very closely and follow CDC guidelines and recommendations from qualified healthcare professionals. As part of this process, we will be taking the following precautionary measures beginning March 16th:
- We will be checking all our employees’ temperatures throughout the workday.
- We will limit their interactions by sending them directly from homes as much as possible.
- We will supply them with hand sanitizer that they will use before and after each job.
- We are not permitting employees to work who are exhibiting any signs of sickness and are requiring them to seek medical attention if they are showing symptoms.
Best Maids provides a wide variety of home and office cleaning services. Many of these services entails doing a thorough clean using the latest disinfectants that have the capacity to kill viruses. If you have specific needs or concerns about certain areas in your home, you can work with us to develop a custom plan to address higher traffic areas. In response to this virus, we’ve developed a home sanitization service especially designed to help kill germs and viruses in areas such as these.
Maintaining a clean and sanitized home is one of the most important steps you can take to help prevent the spread of Coronavirus. We understand, however, that your availability to clean and maintain your home during this pandemic has not changed, even if you are now working from home. We’d like to continue to be there for you and your family during this difficult time.
If you have questions about our response to the Coronavirus, please do not hesitate to call us at 708-599-7000 or email us at email@example.com. We thank you for your business and look forward to overcoming this together.
To learn more about Coronavirus, please visit the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).