Champion Cleaning has always provided disinfection and sanitization services to our clients in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Our teams of cleaners have worked with hundreds of apartment buildings, condos, offices, and multi-housing units to ensure that areas are kept clean for the benefit of the residents and occupants. During these trying times, we have made a few fundamental changes to our services, to add value to our clients and business partners.
What The CDC is Saying About Disinfection
The CDC has provided volumes of resources for homeowners, business owners, and apartment managers during this time. As a country, it is our goal to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2). Because COVID-19 is spread mainly through direct content, states have issued “stay at home” orders and passed legislation to limit the potential contact. The CDC has recommended social distancing policies, as well as protective measures including using maks or face coverings when in public.
The CDC has also released a few helpful tips for disinfecting surfaces including countertops, door handles, railings, and more. Because the COVID-19 virus is spread via contact, it is vital that any public spaces are regularly cleaned and disinfected. Champion Cleaning provides cleaning services to New Hampshire and Massachusetts buildings for the public spaces within their buildings.
Get Disinfection & Cleaning Services in New Hampshire
Using an EPA-registered disinfectant with specific kill claims for human coronavirus, disinfecting the following:
- Common area door handles and push plates
- Entry buzzers and intercoms
- Elevator control panels
- Light switches
- Lock boxes
- Common area kitchens
- Common area restrooms
- Mopping hard floors
- Any other areas you deem necessary.
Electrostatic Disinfection Service in New Hampshire
Champion Cleaning provides electrostatic disinfection services throughout New Hampshire. Electrostatic spray has been utilized for medical facilities and labs for years because of how thoroughly it coats and disinfects hard-to-reach surfaces. Electrostatic spray works by giving the disinfectant a positive charge that enables it to bind to the negative charge of most surfaces. Although this method was usually reserved for medical facilities, due to the coronavirus pandemic it has become much more popular among businesses d residential building common areas.
The Difference Between Cleaning & Disinfecting
The CDC makes its definitions of cleaning and disinfecting very clear. It is recommended that citizens sanitize their spaces with a two-step process: cleaning and then disinfecting.
Cleaning: Cleaning refers to any process that removes bacteria, germs, viruses, and other debris from a surface. This can be done with household cleaners and cleaning tools.
Disinfecting: Disinfection, on the other hand, requires EPA Approved cleaning products. Disinfection destroys and kills bacteria and viruses to further prevent the spread of the disease. The EPA has compiled of list of approved cleaning products designed to kill the novel coronavirus.
What To Do Between Your Cleaning Visits?
For your staff to use between our scheduled visits, we also offer an easy-to-use concentrate dilution kit of the same product that our crew uses.
Our disinfection kit includes a gallon of concentrated cleaning solution that yields 128-gallons of ready-to-use cleaning products. This product is on the EPA’s List N – which means it is approved for fighting COVID-19. This kit also includes an empty gallon for dilution and the instructions you need to safely dilute the product and use it around your building. Regular disinfection is the key to preventing increases in cases throughout New Hampshire.
Contact our team to discuss cleaning/disinfection services or getting one of our kits.