COVID-19 Update

April 17, 2020

COVID-19 Update

Creating A Clean and Safe Environment

As we all continue to do our parts in minimizing the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), Minute Maids has been working hard to stay up to date and educated on the lastest protocols/procedures issued by the CDC (Center for Disease Control) to ensure that we can provide for you, your family, and our communities a clean and healthy environment. These are troubling times for everyone and have caused us all to make adjustments in some way or another. At Minute Maids, the way in which we service our customers has changed in a way in which disinfection has become a top priority of ours in order to safeguard against harmful bacteria within your homes and offices. Moving forward, our cleaners will make sure to use the most up-to-date CDC recommended practices for disinfecting all the high-touch surfaces and areas within your home to help protect against potential infection and/or disease. These are areas within your home or office that accumulate the most traffic throughout the day and are touched the most often. The following are examples of high-touch areas:

  • Counters
  • Tabletops
  • Doorknobs
  • Light Switches
  • Bathroom Fixtures
  • Toilets
  • Hand Railings

Minute Maids will utilize specialized products and disinfectant solutions recommended by the CDC which are EPA approved for treating emerging pathogens when performing any disinfection during your next cleaning. All products and equipment used by our cleaners will be disinfected prior to entering your home/office and all cleaners will be required to wear gloves and masks. Each cleaner has taken and been certified in a COVID-19 Awareness course which teaches the basics of COVID-19 and prevention methods.

At Minute Maids, we will strive to continue to deliver an expert cleaning service while also providing our customers with a thorough and professional disinfection of your home, office or place of business.

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