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CORONAVIRUS (COVID 19)

Please know we will be following CDC guidelines to help us all through this epedemic. 

Please read to help protect you and your family.


We will be working through this epedemic and not shutting down unless ordered to do so. All we ask is if anyone who becomes ill to let us know in advance to help protect our clients and our staff.

If you are a senior or currently seeking medical care and you need our help we will be cleaning in masks at all times while onsite. 

We are also asking all of our employees to stay home who become ill. 

Please know our staff are educated often on how to not cross contaminate, how to disinfect properly, what to disinfect, where to disinfect as this has always been our training. 

We've always felt that you are not cleaning properly if you are not disinfecting when you clean.  

You must disinfect everyday once a surface becomes contaminated. Keep disinfecting wipes on hand to help disinfect your high touch points. This mean anything in your home or office that anyone touches.

Our health and safety is all of our responsibilities.

At this time we advise extra precautions at your home, office or anytime you are in public places.

We have to go back to our basic hygiene basics. 

Stay home if you’re sick. 
Avoid others who are sick. 
Cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze with the inner elbow. 
If you are out in public and you see someone who isn’t, kindly remind them to do so. Please and thank you.

Please avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth with dirty hands. The virus must enter your body for you to get sick. I can’t stress the importance of washing your hands enough. Wash your hands frequently with soapy water for a minimum of 20 seconds. If you can’t wash use an alcohol based hand sanitizer. As often as every 15-20 minutes when out in crowded spaces. 

You’ll want to focus on disinfecting your high touch points in your home or office. At this time our recommendations are every 24 hours in your offices and your cell phones, if you are quarantined at home a once a week at minimum and immediately anytime you come in contact with an ill person in your home or office. High touch points are things that we touch. For example in a home or office they can include: door knobs, cabinet handles, elevator buttons,tools, counter tops, table tops, copy machines, printers, computer keyboards, remote controls, telephones, switch plates, door handles, appliance handles, toilet, sink, tub, and shower handles. The things that we touch. 

If disinfected properly it can help keep you and your family healthy through this epidemic READ YOUR PRODUCT LABELS. It’s important to read your disinfecting product directions on the back of the product before use. Disinfecting is not a spray and wipe process. It needs dwell time to take effect. Dwell time means allow the product to sit on the surface. Do not spray and wipe let it dwell first before wiping. 

Also keep in mind if your surfaces are built up with a lot of dust, soap, scum etc. you have to clean those surfaces before you can disinfect. you can’t disinfect until you’ve removed the build up. Maintaining the cleaning and clutter in your home or office on a weekly basic will save you time if you need to quickly disinfect. 

Please reach out if you have any questions, concerns or if we can help assist you in any way. All we ask is if you experience illnesses please let us know in advance so that we can take the neccesssary precautions for all of our safety.  We are here to help protect us all. 


Joshua 1:9 "Be strong and courageous, do not be discouraged, for the Lord will be with you wherever you go. "