How are Eco Brite Cleaning Services protecting you against Coronavirus?
The Coronavirus pandemic is something no one was prepared for, and has been a challenge for all businesses to navigate. As a commercial cleaning company, Eco Brite has always emphasised the importance of high standards of cleanliness within the workplace, however Coronavirus has led us to adapt some of our procedures and materials to meet with the new recommended government and WHO guidelines.
To ensure maximum protection against Coronavirus, at Eco Brite Cleaning Services we are recommending premises are cleaned on a daily basis to help prevent the spread of the virus. Fortunately, we have sourced a specialist cleaning product that is proven to help eliminate viruses including Coronavirus and this can be used alongside disposable cloths to prevent cross contamination.
Cleaning of high contact areas such as door handles, switches, desks, keyboard etc must be completed as often as possible. We would recommend cleaning takes place out of hours to ensure social distancing can be maintained at all times. All Eco Brite employees have access to all the appropriate disposable PPE and have been trained in the appropriate cleaning methods. Our onsite Health and Safety manuals also contain new Coronavirus risk assessments.
We have a strong supply chain which means we are able to source consumables such as hand sanitisers, soap, paper towels and toilet rolls easily for our customers and directly deliver them straight to their premises.
If you are restricting visitors into your business, to minimise contact we are now able to offer contactless quotations via email, telephone or zoom.
We are now offering new clients a FREE Fogging Treatment with a deep clean or regular cleaning service for businesses returning to work before 21st June 2021, therefore if you would like Eco Brite Cleaning Services to assist you with your cleaning requirements throughout COVID 19, please contact us via the CONTACT page or complete a Quick Quote request HERE.
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