Clearing Germs and Bacteria from Your Waterbury Store
Waterbury Businesses May Require One of Two Types of Cleaning
Essential Businesses that remain open may need to perform proactive cleaning on touch-point surfaces, using disinfectants on a frequent basis. Businesses that are closed may require deep cleaning in preparation for re-opening.
SERVPRO of Waterbury Serves Your Proactive Cleaning Requirements
Our professional cleaning services can fulfill both types of cleaning needs. Our crews can supplement in-house programs and even work after regular business hours to perform deep cleaning for Waterbury establishments that are open for business. For companies that are currently closed, we can assist you with structural cleaning to make your place truly shine. If returning customers see visible dirt and grime it could cause them to worry about the “health conditions” of your location.
SERVPRO of Waterbury provides an elevated level of service. We say that because our dedicated technicians have earned IICRC certifications and have years of experience in performing environmental cleaning where there is a potential for the spread of disease. Always with sewage cleanup, mold remediation, or trauma scene cleaning we working in the presence of bloodborne pathogens or other biological material that can be harmful to human health. The cleaning protocols for the current pandemic are virtually the same ones we have always used. That’s why we say with confidence, we offer exceptional proactive cleaning for the pandemic.
- SERVPRO technicians are trained and practiced in the use of proper PPE
- We know how to follow recommendations from the CDC
- We apply EPA registered disinfectants (hospital-grade)
- Our crews are equipped with commercial applicators, electric sprayers, etc.
- Our workforce is available to work 24/7
- Specialized services for specific locations
Have Questions? Please give our SERVPRO of Waterbury team a call today to help at (203) 757-5050.
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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.