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House Cleaning and Disinfection Services: Cleaning for Health

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Oct 15, 2021

LB Cleanup Services offer cleaning for health with our advanced home disinfection services. Since 2019, we've removed dirt, dust, bacteria, and viruses from many homes. LB CLeanup Services  is ready to make a healthy difference. 

Why Choose LB Cleanup Services for Disinfectant Cleaning Services?

It is more important than ever to maintain a healthy home and take recommended precautions to protect yourself and your family. Our healthy cleaning process is made for unprecedented times like these.

To help slow the spread of the Coronavirus, seasonal flu, and other illnesses, we're committed to doing our part by providing the very best in cleaning and disinfecting. We provide disinfectant cleaning services that are up-to-date, safe, and effective.

We rely on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and other reputable health agencies. Armed with the products, tools, and knowledge proven to be effective against Coronavirus and other viruses, we are on a mission to make your home a healthier place to live.

We know the importance of minimizing viruses and bacteria in your home. As part of our home disinfection service, we rely on field-tested, proven solutions, so our disinfectants are approved by the EPA to kill the Coronavirus and Influenza viruses. 

What You Can Do to Protect Against Viruses in Your Home 

Follow these cleaning and disinfecting recommendations from the CDC to help prevent the spread of the seasonal flu and respiratory diseases like Coronavirus. Keep in mind that many viruses can live on hard surfaces for 48-72 hours, so between visits, disinfect “high-touch” surfaces regularly.

  • Clean surfaces with soap and water before you disinfect them.
  • When you clean your home, wear disposable gloves. Discard them after you clean and disinfect, then wash your hands.
  • Disinfect your home with disinfectants approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
  • Disinfect safely and effectively by following the manufacturer's label.
  • Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds frequently with soap and water. You can even sing the ABCs if it helps!

What You Can Do to Keep Viruses and Germs Out of Your Home

When you're out of the house, you have increased exposure to viruses, bacteria, and other pathogens. That means you could become infected and spread the germs throughout your home. Follow these proven CDC guidelines to minimize your family's risk of illness:

  • Do not have contact closer than six feet with non-household members.
    Spend less time with non-household members.
  • Avoid crowds of over 10 people.
  • Avoid indoor spaces.
  • Wear your non-medical mask.
  • Wash your hands.

If Someone in Your House Has Been Sick

When someone in your home is ill, designate a bedroom and bathroom for them when possible. The sick person should eat in his or her designated bedroom and disinfect the area frequently. When a sick person can’t disinfect, caregivers should wear gloves and disinfect the areas following approved protocols. If someone is sick or has been sick in your home, please notify our office before your service so our team members can take appropriate safety measures.

Latest Information

As the spread of the Coronavirus is a developing situation, we continue to provide the best service possible while ensuring our staff and customers’ safety. LB Cleanup Services is actively following the CDC’s latest recommendations and will refine and update cleaning procedures as needed.