Disinfection Services in Millstone Township, New Jersey
Are you concerned about the spread of sicknesses like the flu or COVID-19 due to a virus in your company? Many home and business owners have been calling Cleanrite Commercial Cleaning Inc to learn more about obtaining services to prevent the spread of all types of viruses in Millstone Township, New Jersey, homes, offices, schools, and other places of business. Cleanrite Commercial Cleaning Inc specializes in complete residential and commercial cleaning services including disinfection of surfaces to kill bacteria and viruses.
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Millstone Township Electrostatic Sprayer Disinfection Services
Cleanrite Commercial Cleaning Inc is helping keep Millstone Township residents safe with our electrostatic disinfection services. For our professional disinfection services, we are utilizing the technology of the electrostatic sprayer. Electrostatic sprayers are an extremely effective method of disinfection due to their 360 degrees of coverage. It charges liquids like sanitizers and disinfectants which look for surfaces and stick to them. Surfaces and objects in the area will be coated with a uniform layer of sanitizer or disinfectant, even hard-to-reach areas. The electrostatic sprayer helps keep people safe against the Coronavirus (COVID-19), flu and cold viruses, MRSA and norovirus. Call Cleanrite Commercial Cleaning Inc for Millstone Township disinfection services today.
How to Prevent Spread of Viruses in Millstone Township Homes & Businesses
Most viruses have mild effects on otherwise healthy individuals, and the same products and procedures that prevent and reduce the spread of viruses also hold true with bacterial infections and other germs.
If you are concerned about keeping your family, staff, clients, and visitors safe, here are top recommendations from the CDC (Center for Disease Control):
- Those who have a fever need to stay home.
- Frequently and thoroughly clean (or call Cleanrite Commercial Cleaning Inc to clean) all surfaces that people frequently come into contact with, such as shared phones and computers, light switches, doorknobs, toilets, workstations, and more.
- Call Cleanrite Commercial Cleaning Inc or another trusted cleaning company to disinfect all surfaces after cleaning to kill germs. Use EPA-approved products that can kill viruses, such as Purell, Clorox, Lysol, Peroxide disinfectant, SaniZide, and others.
- Keep common areas and bathrooms stocked with hand soap or alcohol-based hand sanitizer and encourage all staff and guests to practice good handwashing practices, including using soap and water and scrubbing hands for at least 20 seconds.
- In addition, call Cleanrite Commercial Cleaning Inc for a free on-site consultation by Cleanrite Commercial Cleaning Inc.
Why Call Cleanrite Commercial Cleaning Inc for Virus Prevention Services in Millstone Township?
Thousands of people throughout the United States are infected with viruses like the flu each year. Providing thorough sanitization services to Millstone Township homes and businesses for over 25 years, Cleanrite Commercial Cleaning Inc takes great pride in following best practices as outlined by the Center for Disease Control.
Your cleaning crew will be thoroughly trained and closely supervised to ensure that proper procedures are followed when cleaning and sanitizing homes and commercial buildings with special attention placed in areas commonly missed by others.
When an outbreak of a virus is suspected in Millstone Township, or when the spread of the virus is prevalent, the cleaning crews at Cleanrite Commercial Cleaning Inc follow a cleaning and disinfection protocol to tackle all surfaces to prevent further spread.
When you call (848) 208-1098 with concerns for cleaning viruses, every faucet, doorknob, common surface, shared tablet, and more are cleaned and sanitized. These vigilant practices, combined with frequent hand washing, are today’s best-known practices to prevent the spread of viruses in the workplace.
For more information on recommended precautions for preventing the spread of viruses, visit the CDC website here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html