Employees are Paid for Staying Home!

Our sick-leave and family leave policies have been significantly enhanced to compensate employees for staying home when anyone in their household may be feeling poorly.  If one member of a cleaning team stays home for any reason, that person’s cleaning partner is also sent home (with pay), in order to avoid mixing team members.  In this way, we are taking every step possible to minimize contact among our employees.

Dispatch & Return

Face coverings are mandatory for all employees.  We have streamlined our dispatch process, and added temperature checks upon arrival.  These are being logged daily.  Equipment, cars and phones are re-cleaned & disinfected daily prior to departure.  

Prior to Entering Each Home

Outside your home, we will disinfect all commonly touched surfaces approaching and including the entryway, such as:  gates, latches, railings, doorknobs, mailbox and doorbell.  Cleaners apply face coverings and hand sanitizer prior to announcing their arrival, or ringing the doorbell.

Upon Arrival at Each Home

Wearing face coverings for the duration, cleaning professionals wash their hands upon arrival, and departure.

Extra Hand Washing

After each task, while in clients’ homes, Cleaning Professionals wash their hands again, and again, throughout the cleaning assignment.

Prior to Exiting Each Home

Once all cleaning has been completed, cleaning professionals wash their hands again, and then immediately prior to our departure they disinfect all commonly touched surfaces located on the first floor.  

Prior to Driving Away from Each Home

Once the assignment is complete and we have exited the home, the cleaning professionals disinfect all cleaning equipment as it is loaded into the company vehicle, in preparation for the next cleaning assignment.

Suggestions or Questions about our Covid-19 Policies and Procedures?  Please phone us: 303 615 5280  Thank you!


Hospital Grade Disinfectant Safe for Home Use

The product we use for disinfecting commonly touched surfaces in a residential setting is a hospital grade disinfectant called 64 Millennium Q, a product we also use regularly to disinfect bathroom fixtures.  Here are details about the product, as published by the manufacturer, Multi-Clean:

“64 Millennium Q is a concentrated, hospital grade disinfectant that cleans surfaces and kills germs. Use in bathrooms to clean chrome fixtures, counter tops, partitions, toilets, urinals and floors. Safe on all restroom surfaces. To help prevent the spread of colds, flu and other illnesses, use Millennium Q as a general disinfectant on frequently touched surfaces like door handles, tabletops, counters, switch plates, elevator buttons, etc. Kills certain antibiotic resistant pathogens (Superbugs) like MRSA and VRE. Kills Norovirus, Influenza and other contagious viruses.”


Sterilizing Microfiber Cleaning Cloths

As usual, no cleaning cloth will be used in more than one room or more than one surface type within a room.  While that is standard operating procedure, we have taken additional steps to ensure that the cleaning cloths used in your home are sterile.  We’ve doubled the number of cleaning cloths issued to each team every day.  Our laundry facilities have commercial hot water heaters.  We are now double washing all cleaning cloths:  1st HD hot wash in bleach + 1/2 detergent with extra rinse; 2nd HD hot wash, with full detergent, plus extra rinse; finally, hot commercial dry; once dry, 30 mins extra cycle in hot dryer.  According to scientists, no little corona virus rascal can survive such a gauntlet.  Bottom line:  the cleaning cloths we bring to your home have been super-cleaned and sterilized.