Updated: April 8, 2020
Are there items we should clean more than others? Coronavirus Outbreak Answers | COVID-19 in Context. Paul Campanario of MaidPro answers your cleaning questions.
As the public is becoming more aware of germs lurking on surfaces, sanitation workers are taking steps to protect themselves and their clients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many of us are spending more time in our homes, so why not keep a germ free home?
MaidPro Roseville owners David and Sara Filipps shared tips for cleaning and disinfecting your home during the stay-at-home order.
Paul Campanario, President of MaidPro Bakersfield, joined 17 News at Sunrise to share some tips for cleaning at home and how to make common household cleaners.
Hoy ya tenían que cerrar los negocios que no son considerados como esenciales por el estado.
At Boston Logan International Airport, crew members in masks and gloves wipe down frequently touched surfaces. Businesses, hotels and other commercial spaces send out notes to consumers indicating they’ll clean more frequently.
Una empresa en Naples ofrece valiosos consejos de limpieza para evitar la propagacion del Coronavirus.
Disinfect your home safely and effectively during Covid-19 with these EPA-registered cleaning products that kill coronavirus.
Bryan Leasure, owner of MaidPro, said despite businesses closing, his is essential to keep other businesses and homes clean from the virus.
Given the disruption the virus has caused in Americans’ daily lives, it’s understandable rumors and misinformation would spread just as the virus itself does. Here are some of the more common myths about the new coronavirus, where it came from and the risk it poses to the average Idahoan.
As both homeowners and businesses try to keep their environments germ-free, cleaning companies are seeing a big uptick in requests for sanitizing services.
Cleaning workers are often the first line of defense against the global COVID-19 pandemic, cleaning and disinfecting homes, medical facilities and public spaces where the novel coronavirus could spread
MaidPro, a house cleaning business, has released a Daily Disinfecting Defense program for office and commercial spaces in response to the rising spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Despite the CDC recommending people keep their distance, some employees have to show up to work.
You can’t go to any business without seeing workers in masks, using spray bottles and towels to wipe away any traces of the coronavirus.
Despite the CDC recommending people keep their distance, some employees have to show up to work
MaidPro, a residential cleaning franchise, sees increase in residential and commercial clients as concerns grow a about coronavirus.
As people around the world try to protect themselves, cleaners here at home are seeing a spike in calls.
Disinfecting and cleaning your home are practices that everyone should follow regularly to prevent the spread of COVID-19 or any other illness. MaidPro Reno uses a 49 point checklist to clean homes.
A local company is making an added effort to prevent the spread of coronavirus in homes and offices across Massachusetts.
MaidPro Releases Internal Training Video on Corona Preparedness to Help Inform Public & Businesses on How to Stay Safe
MaidPro, a residential cleaning business, has released their internal training video on Corona Preparedness to help communities stay safe during the rising spread of the virus. This is the first time MaidPro has made one of their professional training videos available to the public.
Stopping the spread of coronavirus can begin at home, and businesses that specialize in home cleaning are seeing a boost.
Local cleaning services see uptick in business due to coronavirus fears. Marcus Espinoza reports on how local cleaning services are seeing a demand for their services, due to coronavirus fears
COLLIER COUNTY — Coronavirus is causing many to panic, and one company in our area is capitalizing on the frenzy. MaidPro said it’s getting more requests than ever, with people wanting to get their homes deep-cleaned. Right now, the company says it's cleaning more than 250 homes every day.
Judy Briggs owns a cleaning business in Hopkinton. Concern about coronavirus is good for her business.
These steps include hand-washing, avoiding touching your face, and staying home when you are sick.
MaidPro, a residential house cleaning business, has reported a spike in home cleaning requests as fears and cases of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) increase. Many people are reaching out to the professional cleaners for a disinfecting clean of their entire home.