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COVID-19 Cleaning Services Update

COVID-19 And You

A big part of our lives is spent working with the known and unknown. Without a safe and healthy environment, productivity is almost impossible. Even more challenging is when we don’t know what we could do to help. It’s more important than ever now to reiterate that 1st Call Cleaning Services has your back during this time of public health concern.

Every opportunity we have to improve your workspace is one we take with enthusiasm and commitment. We can offer you weekly inspections and sanitizing of every surface in your office, from desks to door handles. These are just a few ways we put you first. During this time, we’ll also have our cleaning services available 24 hours a day, every day of the week, in the event your office has special cleaning needs.

Our professional cleaners are here to serve you with the same attention to detail and commitment to exceptional customer service, just as we have for the past 20 years we’ve been in business. We’ve always emphasized the quality of our cleaning services speaking for itself, especially now in a time when sanitary is synonymous with safety. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions, concerns or special cleaning needs.

During this coronavirus outbreak, we’re offering additional deep cleaning and sanitation services. Just call our office in San Antonio, and we can schedule a time for our professional cleaners to drop by to disinfect all surfaces if your workplace:

  • Door handles (and the surface surrounding them)
  • Light switches(and the surface surrounding them)
  • All parts of the doors and door frame that you’d lean on or push/pull
  • All parts of the window blinds that pull them up or open them
  • Desks, tables, and counters
  • Staplers, pens, pen holders(mugs e.g.), hole punchers, the outside of mugs and Yeti tumblers
  • PC monitors, including the power and volume buttons and all around them
  • All parts of keyboards and mice
  • The armrest of chairs and any adjustment levers, as well as any part of them that normally would be touched when moving them
  • All parts of the file cabinets, including the keys attached to them, and the surface all around them that you could touch
  • Bathroom counters
  • All faucets in your bathrooms and kitchens
  • Microwave exteriors
  • Refrigerator exteriors
  • All exterior door handles between your properties
  • Keypads
  • Card Readers
  • All interior and exterior door windows and the trim around them

* We can adjust this list to include anything your office might have that isn’t already included

Coronavirus Prevention Tips

Staying safe during the virus outbreak should extend to more than just your workplace. There are several things you can do at home and in your daily life to stay safe and limit the reach of coronavirus!

  • Limit human contact. Health organizations around the globe are urging people to isolate themselves from others as much as possible, given that COVID-19, like any other virus, is spread primarily through contact with others. If you want to stay safe, limit your trips out of the home to only essential business, like buying groceries or going to work. Ask your employer if you can work from home!
  • Clean your home regularly and thoroughly. The coronavirus is a particularly hardy virus, able to live on surfaces it has been transferred to for several days. Therefore, it’s incredibly important to regularly disinfect the surfaces in your home, from countertops to doorknobs. You may also want to do laundry more often to be extra safe!
  • Get in the washing habit. You should wash your hands regularly during this virus outbreak, but you should also be sure to clean other things you come into contact with. We encourage you to wash any food you buy before eating it, as well as the cups and dishes you use.
  • Practice social distancing. In addition to skin contact, coronavirus can also be spread via the air in some cases. While scientists are not classifying it as an airborne illness, they do note that it can be transferred from one person to another via the breath. It’s recommended that you strive to maintain at least six feet of distance between you and other people if you must be around other people.