Preventative Cleaning for Bronx Businesses
The SERVPRO of South Bronx Technicians Use CDC Approved Cleaning techniques to Fight the Pandemic
With many in the media saying the NY area is ground zero again, it’s more important than ever to keep Bronx businesses open at a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) standard of clean. For businesses that are reopening, now is also the time to be cleaning and preparing.
This current virus seems to have a longer life than most other viruses. Because there is not yet a cure, the cleaning measures must be sufficient to meet the challenge. We invite you to consider using a professional cleaning company that knows how to apply the proper EPA registered disinfectants correctly in Bronx businesses. The virus lives longer on certain materials, and we use specific chemicals for particular surfaces. For example, some of the cleaning products that work well for disinfecting the biofilm on a metal surface can damage textiles such as silk, cotton, and wool used in upholstery, area rugs, and carpeting. Commercial, hospital-grade cleaning agents come with dwell time instructions. Some cleaning solutions need wiping off while others must air-dry. Our experts at SERVPRO of South Bronx know these details.
We offer cleaning plans for establishments that remain open and for locations that plan to reopen. Reopening locations may want to consider the deep cleaning of carpet, floors, HVAC systems, restrooms, and more to impress returning customers because clean equals healthy in the public’s judgment.
When a business owner or management team hires professional help, they are protecting their staff and their customers, demonstrating that they care -- that is good public relations. Everyone is in this fight together. SERVPRO of South Bronx offers specialty cleanup for commercial facilities, call us at (347) 590-9902.
Disclaimer: Advice from the medical and scientific community regarding how to deal with the coronavirus is based on present knowledge, which is subject to change as the situation continues to develop. There can be no assurance that disinfectants alone will be adequate to fully eliminate the virus. We are not physicians or infectious disease professionals. Consult your medical professionals for individual medical advice.