During COIVD19 outbreak, we would like to outline what measures we’ve implemented in order to continue operating and safely providing our domestic and commercial cleaning services.
Latest service update
We are open for business and our services are continuing to run with some changes to ensure the health and safety of all our cleaners and clients during the outbreak.
The guidance issued by the government, which now further clarifies that domestic and commercial cleaners can continue to carry out work, provided that the worker has no coronavirus symptoms as well as continuing to follow all guidance on excellent hygiene and maintaining a two metre distance from household occupants.
We want to inform you of the actions we are taking as a business to protect our cleaners and our clients as much as possible during the COVID-19 outbreak.
We are in close constant contact with all our cleaners and are asking them and yourselves to take all the precautions you can.
If you or anyone in your household have any symptoms, please let us and your cleaner know as soon as possible.
We have also instructed our cleaners to do the same if they or anyone in their household displays any symptoms.
We have ensured our cleaners only use the clients' cleaning materials, to prevent cross-contamination.
Latest government advice
Social distancing of at least 2 metres must be maintained
Travel to and from this type of work is allowed
No work should be carried out by any member of staff who has coronavirus symptoms, however mild
More details can be found on the government website here
For the safety of both Clients and Cleaners, we have introduced the following rules:
Cleaners must not clean if anyone in their household has symptoms, shielding or self-isolating
Clients must not allow cleaning if anyone in their household has symptoms (however mild), shielding or self-isolating
Clients must stay in a different room to the cleaner. Social distancing of at least 2 metres must be maintained at all times
All cleaners must follow our detailed cleaning and safety guidelines
These are based on the latest guidelines from Public Health England/Scotland and the NHS.
Thoroughly wash their hands before, during and after their cleans with warm soapy water
Surfaces should be cleaned using regular products and then where possible, disinfected using a product that is certified to kill 99.9% of germs, such as Dettol Antibacterial Surface Cleaner Spray.
Special attention should be paid to "high touched" areas such as; door and cupboard handles, light switches, TV remotes, tables, countertops etc
Warm water (not hot or cold) should be used when cleaning surfaces and mopping floors, to maximise the effectiveness of cleaning products
Use disposable gloves (where possible)
Open windows where possible for ventilation
Wash cleaning cloths and mop covers at a high temperature (60°C or above) after every use
Avoid shaking dirty laundry and soft furnishings such as bath mats and rugs