As much as we'd all like them to, water damage and fire damage won't wait for the COVID-19 pandemic to pass. Our team is continuing to provide you with emergency disaster services during this crisis.
We are constantly adjusting to the rapidly changing environment surrounding COVID-19. As an essential company dealing with both disasters and disinfecting to keep businesses and homes safer from this virus we are taking the following steps to help keep our staff, customers and community safe and healthy.
- Cleaning and disinfecting all vehicles and equipment at the end of every day.
- Disinfecting all high-touch surfaces in the common areas of the office daily.
- Technicians are wearing proper protective equipment (PPE) on the required jobs. Gloves and respirator masks are worn when in all occupied homes.
- Practicing proper hand hygiene, washing often with soap and water for 20 seconds.
- If employees are feeling sick, they are requested to stay home.
- Our office staff is working from home in compliance with the governor's stay-at-home order.
If you need water damage, fire damage or cleaning due to the coronavirus, we can help! Call 800-865-5157
Continuing to Provide you with Fire, Water, and Decontamination Cleaning
Governor Baker has issued a "stay-at-home" order for the state of Massachusetts until April 7th. ServiceMaster Dynamic Cleaning remains open as an essential service. We are 100% operational and prepared to provide fire damage, water damage, and decontamination cleaning services. Our technicians are following CDC guidelines to ensure the health and safety of our customers and employees at this time.
Today, and any day, we are prepared to provide the same exceptional standard of customer service established over the last 20+ years.
Call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: 1-800-865-5157. Let us provide peace of mind!
How Clean is Your Building?
As the spread of COVID-19 continues, we would like to remind you of proper hand hygiene recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
High touch items are among the most pathogen heavy surfaces in your facility. Routine cleaning and disinfecting of these items along with frequent hand washing are critical to breaking the chain of infection and creating clean, safe, and healthy environments. Focus on disinfecting high-touch surfaces in the workplace, especially common gathering areas like the break room and conference rooms. Download a copy of our high-touch point cleaning checklist below.
ServiceMaster Dynamic Cleaning partnered with ServiceMaster by Mason from Southern Rhode Island to participate in the RI League of Cities & Towns annual convention. The event was held in Warwick, RI at the Crowne Plaza. Over 700 officials from the region attended this full-day event. The convention offered 18 workshops and seminars with information on public policy. Additionally, the event featured a vendor fair with over 90 exhibitors.
Our marketing representative, John McCaul, connected with government officials at our vendor booth and provided education on how our disaster restoration services can help the municipalities business operations in RI.
Thank you to everyone that stopped by our booth. For more information on our customized services, or to find out about how ServiceMaster Dynamic Cleaning can be an important resource in your business continuity plan, call 800-865-5157.
If your football party has left your carpet and wood floors a mess, you may need to call for help. But you may just be dealing with a small stain, such as soda that was spilled in the midst of all the excitement. In that case, follow this technique to remove the spot from your carpets.
- Blot as much of the spot as possible.
- Prepare either a detergent cleaning solution of 1/4 teaspoon liquid dish soap with 1 cup warm water or a vinegar cleaning solution of 2 tablespoons white vinegar with 4 cups of warm water.
- Pretest the solution on a spot of the carpet.
- Apply the cleaning solution to the affected area by putting it on a cloth and using the cloth to apply to the carpet. Work from the outside of the spot toward the center.
- Let the solution soak into the carpet for at least five minutes.
- Blot the spot with a clean white cloth until no more soda transfers to the cloth. Do not rub the spot or you might ruin the carpet fibers.
- Rinse with cold water. Be sure all cleaning solution is removed from the carpet.
- If you can still see the stain, repeat the process until the soda is removed or it no longer transfers to the cloth.