We are dedicated to make your home healthy clean.
The Healthy Clean Approach
We know that making your home healthy clean would not be complete without proper sanitation and disinfection. So, our team of specialists strives to protect you from seasonal flu and spring-time allergies, and from unexpected infections like Covid-19 that has been wreaking havoc all over the earth recently.
What we do to ensure your home stays healthy clean
* Light switches
* Phone handsets
* Remote controls
* Toilet flush handles
* Appliance handles
* Fresh gloves are mandatory with every job we do. And our gloves are replaced after every time we clean and sanitize your home to ensure extra safety.
* HEPA Filtration – Our team uses HEPA filtered vacuums that eliminate mold spores, pollen, pet dander, and dust mites in your home. HEPA filters are effective at removing 99.97 percent of ultra fine dust particles from the air you breathe. They are the industry standard for removing pollutants and help you breathe cleaner and healthier air. If you or your family has allergies or asthma, our HEPA filters will trap these pollutants to bring you unsurpassed breathing relief.
When we clean your home, we also:
* Vacuum sanitize after each house/job
* We use hand sanitizer both before and after each job
* We disinfect all touch surfaces in vehicles
And we constantly stay in touch with CDC guidelines on workplace and employee health and safety issues and all of the the procedures to follow.
You Can Help
Wash Your Hands
Hand washing is one of the best ways you can protect yourself and your family from germs and from becoming sick.
Washing your hands is easy, and it’s considered one of the best and most effective ways to keep from spreading germs from one person to another. Here are the guidelines to when you should wash your hands:
* Before, during, and after preparing food
* Before you eat food
* Before and after you care for anyone who is sick, especially when they are vomiting or have diarrhea
* Before and after treating a cut or wound
* After you’ve used the toilet
* After changing baby diapers
* After you cleaning a child when they use the toilet
* Any time after you cough, sneeze or blow your nose
* Any time you touch a pet or animal, their food, or waste
* After you have touched or carried garbage
The CDC Recommendations
According to the CDC, you should follow these steps when you wash your hands:
* Wet your hands with clean, running water (warm or cold)
* Turn off the tap and apply soap
* Use the soap to lather your hands and then rub them together vigorously
* Lather the backs of your hands and be sure to get between your fingers and under your nails
* Scrub your hands for at least 20 seconds. (If you need to time yourself, hum Happy Birthday to yourself from beginning to end twice)
* Rinse your hands well using clean, running water
* Dry your hands using a clean towel or air-dry them
If soap and water are not available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. However, hand sanitizers don’t get rid of every type of germ. Also, hand sanitizers may not be as effective, especially when your hands are visibly dirty or greasy.
Hand sanitizers will also not always remove harmful chemicals from hands like pesticides and heavy metals. And, be careful not to swallow any alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Doing so can cause alcohol poisoning. Keep all of these products out of reach of young children and supervise their use.
Other Things to Consider
* Avoid touching your face, eyes, or mouth with your hands
* Always cover your mouth when you sneeze or cough
* Disinfect areas where you go between visits
* Stay home when you are sick