SARS-CoV-2, a new coronavirus, is still a big worry all over the world and in the United States. Keeping the virus under control depends on taking the right steps to stop it from spreading. Stopping the spread is also important so that our hospitals don’t get too busy with too many patients and not enough space, equipment, or staff to give them the care they need.
One important method suggested by the Centers for Disease Control is to clean up the coronavirus. Eagle Damage Water Restoration is committed to doing what we can to fight this disease. Because of this, we offer services to clean up homes, businesses, schools, and care facilities. This is how we use our knowledge and skills to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus causes COVID-19, which is a disease. Because of how it spreads, it is very easy to catch. Even if someone has no symptoms, they can still spread the disease. This includes both people who get sick in the end and people who never get sick or whose symptoms are so mild they might not know they have the virus. Some of the most common symptoms that people have are:
There are a lot of respiratory and viral illnesses that have these same symptoms. Professional disinfection services keep people from getting sick at home, at work, and in care facilities. By doing this, the health care industry gets even less work to do.
There are more shared spaces than private spaces in our environments. In stores, restaurants, gas stations, banks, and other public places, people often run into each other and touch the same surfaces. Schools, colleges, and universities, as well as offices, factories, and other places of work, are also busy places. Surface contamination can happen anywhere, even in the home.
If someone who is sick has been in any of these places, it is important to have a professional disinfect the area so that no one else gets sick. Companies that make good disinfectants use chemicals that have been approved by the Environmental Protection Agency and follow procedures that cover everything. Eagle Water Damage Restoration only uses products that the EPA has tested and approved. We keep up with the latest information on how to fight the coronavirus so we can give you the best services and products.
When the virus first showed up in countries all over the world, there was evidence that younger people were not likely to get sick from it. We now know that this is not the case, though. No age group can avoid it. COVID-19 is being caught by healthy children and spread to others. Some of these kids have symptoms and may get very sick, but a lot of them don’t have any symptoms or only get mildly sick. But they can still spread, putting other people in their environments at risk.
More and more college students are getting sick with the disease now. People in this age group don’t always follow safety rules like staying away from strangers and wearing masks. They often gather in groups and in places that are crowded. With the opening of universities, the number of infections in college towns and on campuses went through the roof, even though rules were put in place.
Disinfecting these places regularly is important and should be done often. Since buildings aren’t usually occupied on the weekends, it’s usually easy to set up a schedule for services. Due to the number of people who use them, classrooms, lunchrooms and dining halls, restrooms, gyms, and libraries are all places that need to be cleaned and disinfected regularly.
Now that the economy has reopened, at least in some ways, the last thing any of us wants to do is make things so bad that we have to shut it down again. Keeping the doors open requires making sure that employees and customers are safe in the places where they work and do business. It can be done with a little bit of work, consistency, and care.
We suggest that businesses that aren’t open overnight schedule cleaning services for when the business is closed. Those that are open all the time may need a different approach. But once we’re done disinfecting and cleaning, the area will be ready to use in about an hour.
We work with you to make a plan for coronavirus decontamination that works for your business, no matter how it is set up. No matter how big or small your business is, Eagle Water Damage Restoration wants to make it easy for you to create a safe environment.
The safety of your family is your top priority. It is also our top priority when we are in your home. The home should be a safe place from the virus, but there is still a chance of getting sick there. Even if someone stays away from people, wears a mask, and washes their hands when they leave the house, they could still bring the coronavirus back with them when they come back. If you have guests, the risk goes up even more.
Let Eagle Water Damage Restoration take care of your fears. In the time it takes you to run a few errands, our thorough and efficient process will keep your home safe. Larger homes may require you to stay away a little longer so that we can do a good job. An hour after we finish our work, you can go home, knowing that there are no germs there for you and your family.
Care facilities can be especially dangerous places because the people who live there are often at a higher risk of getting very sick from COVID-19. Keeping a regular cleaning and decontamination schedule makes it less likely that the virus will spread and infect a lot of the people who live in these facilities.
Eagle Water Damage Restoration knows how important it is to protect people who are weak or vulnerable. We will work hard to make a plan that fits your facility and the people you help. We suggest that high-traffic areas and surfaces that are often touched be treated regularly. Our technicians have been trained well and do their jobs quickly and well. The places we clean can be used again an hour after we’re done.
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