Whether your business has been fully functional throughout the COVID-19 pandemic or you are preparing to re-open, you need to think about a plan for cleaning and disinfecting your building. Proper cleaning and facility upkeep should be a part of everyone’s ongoing safety plan to minimize risk exposure to building occupants. According to the CDC, “Normal routine cleaning…lowers the risk of spreading COVID-19 infection.”
Business and community leaders have a lot of pressure on them right now. Dealing with the COVID-19 crisis has been a strain on everything from finances, HR, logistics and beyond. During these challenging times it is important that we have expert resources that we can rely on. This even includes the cleaning industry which seems more important than ever right now. This blog is to help business and community leaders figure out how to hire the right company for coronavirus (COVID-19) deep cleaning...
Managing commercial properties during the COVID-19 crisis is a challenge. Buildings from schools to offices to churches currently sit empty. A vacant property is vulnerable to theft, vandalism and property damage. The challenge with a vacant building is that any damage can go overlooked for an extended period of time. All commercial building managers must take extra precautions to protect their real estate assets. Thinking of things such as security, inspection processes, utility management and...
Many people are calling our office (603-641-6555) with questions about how to deal with the coronavirus as it pertains to cleaning and disinfecting their facility. A good portion of the conversation typically revolves around the cleaning process and the disinfectant products used. This article focuses on what disinfectant products should be used against coronavirus (COVID-19) during this current epidemic.
Soil-Away is currently servicing a high volume of commercial clients due to the coronavirus. Proper deep cleaning and the application of approved EPA disinfectants is critical in the fight against COVID-19 spreading. Many essential services and business are still open in New Hampshire. They require a partner, such as Soil-Away, to help them deal with the threat of infectious disease in their facility. Here are the top three cleaning and disinfecting needs of local businesses at the time:
Much of the New Hampshire population heats their property with oil. During the cold winter months, heating systems run overtime. This is when homes and businesses are susceptible to oil furnace puff backs. This occurrence contaminates a property with oily soot and smoke. There is a lot that goes into the disaster recovery process. This article helps educate readers on how to deal with an oil furnace puff back in New Hampshire (NH).
Soil-Away was recently recognized by two different industry trade magazines in June. Both Cleanfax and Restoration & Remediation (R&R) featured Soil-Away in their respective publications. “It was a lot of fun to be acknowledged by our industry peers,” states company founder- Jack Solloway. “I am proud of what our team has been able to accomplish over the years.”
Extensive sewer damage to a property is a very serious situation. It is an emergency which requires immediate attention from a qualified sewer backup restoration firm. General contractors, handymen, and janitorial companies are not typically the solution. They are not prepared, trained, or equipped to combat the challenges of a sewer damage loss. Sewer backup restoration and cleanup requires expertise that only trained professionals in that specific field should handle.
Soil-Away is a full service disaster restoration contractor. Our team specializes in 24/7 emergency response for fire, smoke, water, flood, mold and biohazard damage to your property. Soil-Away is based in New Hampshire and has been serving commercial and residential clients throughout New England since 1990.