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Covid-19 Cleaning

Regularly cleaning and disinfecting high-touch surfaces such as doorknobs, counters, light switches, phones, tabletops, and more has been proven by the CDC to be effective against the coronavirus, flu and other common germs. To help keep your staff and residents safe, Fresh Foam offers disinfecting services for businesses and multifamily properties to help combat the spread of harmful germs and bacteria.

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Keep Your Facility or Property Safe

Our team of professionals uses EPA-registered antimicrobial disinfectant that is approved for use against COVID-19 and has a kill time of just 5 minutes. We apply this powerful disinfectant as a mist on surfaces throughout your building including but not limited to: trash areas, laundry and fitness facilities, door handles, elevators, and front desks. Additionally, vacuums with HEPA filtration allow us to effectively and safely clean floors. Want to learn more? Head over to our FAQ page!

General Wipedown Services

We offer a reoccurring disinfectant application with cleaning as needed to address high touch points throughout the building or area.

Preventative Disinfecting Services

Give peace of mind to new residents. Schedule this service for before and after an event such as an apartment turnover or realtor showing.

Reactive Disinfecting Services

We offer rapid response after a confirmed or suspected case of COVID. We seal off the area and disinfect high-touch points and flooring.

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Cleaning vs. Disinfecting vs. Sanitizing

All of these new terms can be confusing since they all seem to have a similar meaning, but there is a major difference between cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting.

Cleaning removes dirt, dust, and soils from surfaces. Disinfecting kills harmful bacteria and viruses on surfaces, while sanitizing lowers the germ count to safe level as defined by public health standards (typically necessary for surfaces that contact food).

Additional treatments may be necessary if someone who was sick came into contact with the property as well. High-touch surfaces are some of the most important to consistently keep clean under normal circumstances but even more so during a pandemic.