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COVID-19 Cleaning: Prepare to Safely Reopen

2/23/2021 (Permalink)

COVID-19 Cleaning: Prepare to Safely Reopen with SERVPRO SERVPRO of Fontana offers a deep cleaning to help businesses safely reopen

As businesses in Southern California slowly begin to re-open, many are still hesitant due to the risks of working at or visiting non-essential businesses.

While masks, gloves, and other PPE are great safety contributors, it is important to do everything we can to stop the spread of COVID-19 with the re-opening of our local businesses. We want the local businesses in our communities to thrive in a safe manner for the employees and customers/clients.

Cleaning your business in preparation to re-open is an incredibly important step in creating a safe environment, however, consistency in your cleaning is equally important.

The coronavirus goes beyond the usual cleaning to upkeep your business. You will need to strongly disinfect and kill off viruses in bacteria that can be sitting on surfaces, hiding on door handles and small crevices, or recycling through your air vents. In a dangerous time such as this, you must take every precaution necessary.

At SERVPRO of Fontana, we offer a solution to help businesses large and small stay open while protecting those who pass through. Our Certified SERVPRO clean is a defensive cleaning program that goes beyond your regular cleaning regimen.

What is Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned?

Put simply, it’s a higher standard of clean. This proactive viral pathogen cleaning ensures the cleanliness and disinfection of restaurants, businesses, and public spaces in Fontana and the surrounding communities. 

Our SERVPRO professionals are trained and experienced in biohazard decontamination and chemical spills - always adhering to the cleaning and decontamination standards set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local authorities.

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