Should I Hire Professional Cleaning Services Right Now?
Shreveport Businesses are in the Fight Against the Virus
The pandemic is changing life as we know it in many places and ways, at least for a period of time. Many businesses are also a casualty due to enforced lockdowns to help prevent the spread of the virus, and many that remain open are taking proactive cleaning measures.
SERVPRO of South Shreveport Provides Disinfection and Cleaning Services
The CDC encourages regular cleaning and disinfection of high-touch surfaces such as tabletops, counters, doorknobs, elevator cars, stairway handrails, and other surfaces. Our trained and experienced SERVPRO technicians are familiar with cleaning procedures for a variety of situations involving biohazards such as anti-microbial remediation for mold, bacteria (sewage spills), and cleaning and applying disinfectants for viruses such as the previous SARS episode. We are fully capable and ready to help any business with this pandemic. SERVPRO of South Shreveport offers cleaning programs for businesses that remain open as well as those that are currently closed. Businesses that have remained closed during the mandated stay-at-home order may wish to have deep cleaning services in their preparation for a relaunch. We also provide deep-cleaning for institutions such as schools, athletic facilities, medical facilities, and government buildings.
There are many reasons to use a professional cleaning company.
- Experience, training, and IICRC certification
- Access to EPA approved medical-grade cleaning products
- Commercial grade equipment
- Flexible work hours 24/7
- No job is too large, or for that matter too small
If you need help with professional cleaning services, get help now. If you have questions and are looking for meaningful answers, please get in touch with SERVPRO of South Shreveport by dialing (318) 865-4655.
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Disclaimer: Advice from the medical and scientific community regarding how to deal with the coronavirus is based on present knowledge, which is subject to change as the situation continues to develop. There can be no assurance that disinfectants alone will be adequate to fully eliminate the virus. We are not physicians or infectious disease professionals. Consult your medical professionals for individual medical advice.