Mold Remediation Pros is now offering Coronavirus (Covid-19) sanitizing disinfection cleaning services Santa Clarita California. Here is a little background on our virus Epidemic. Coronavirus is a severe respiratory illness that is spread through person to person contact. In the past, coronavirus existed in animals, but in late 2019, the virus started to pass to humans. Unfortunately, as this is a new illness, humans have not yet built up an immunity, which means that risk if infection and complications are high. The term COVID-19 refers to the current strain that has caused the global pandemic that we are currently experiencing.
Those at the highest risk of developing complications from coronavirus are the elderly and those with compromised immune systems. And, those at most significant risk of developing the virus are healthcare workers and those that have come into direct contact with an infected individual. Unfortunately, coronavirus is asymptomatic, which means that some individuals may carry the virus without showing any symptoms. However, the virus is mostly spread by individuals that are indeed showing symptoms.
Common symptoms of the COVID-19 strain of coronavirus include:
As always, we remain committed to helping our customers with their commercial cleaning services needs. In particular, we offer indoor and outdoor coronavirus sanitizing and disinfecting services. This includes both commercial COVID-19 sanitizing and disinfecting services as well as residential COVID-19 sanitizing and disinfecting services.
Decontamination (in areas with known or suspected exposure to the virus) includes:
Help Kill and Reduce:
We believe it is essential, however, for our customers to understand the difference between cleaning and sanitization and disinfection services. Cleaning is important as it includes the removal of germs, dirt, and various impurities from the surfaces in your home or business. By removing these pathogens, it helps to reduce the risk of spreading infection. Disinfection services require the use of chemicals to kill germs on surfaces. However, this does not include the cleaning of surfaces that are otherwise dirty or laden with germs and other bacteria. Thus, we suggest that our customers leverage both cleaning services and sanitization and disinfection services to lower the chances of the spread of coronavirus and other harmful illnesses.
Our services include the use of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) registered industrial-strength disinfectants that have been approved by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). As we clean and disinfect, we ensure that any infected materials are disposed of as biohazard waste. Further, to protect you and our employees, we ensure that all employers don encapsulated personal protective equipment when cleaning and disinfecting areas that have been deemed as coronavirus infected. After all cleanings and disinfection services, we ensure that our equipment, trucks, and waste storage areas are properly sanitized and ready for their next use.
By leveraging COVID-19 sanitizing and disinfection cleaning services from our trained resources in Santa Clarita, California; you can rest assured that you are taking a critical step to minimize the risk of infection for you, your employees, and those you care about. You can also take the following steps to minimize your risk or coronavirus infection further.
Here are some of the places we are Sanitizing indoor and outdoor:
If you are feeling sick, be sure to stay at home and inform others of your symptoms.
If you need commercial COVID-19 sanitizing and disinfecting services or residential COVID-19 sanitizing and disinfecting services, please contact us to schedule an appointment. Our staff has been properly trained in COVID-19 cleaning and disinfecting techniques, and we want to help ensure that you and those relevant to you remain healthy throughout this pandemic and for the foreseeable future.
Call Mold Remediation Pros at 443-961-2725 for an immediate response.
CDC General COVID-19 Page
CDC Guidance for businesses
CDC Guidance for schools
World Health Organization Situation Report