More than Clean: SERVPRO of San Diego City SW Clean
It’s Always Something
When homeowners take time to clean the kitchen floors, the windows are still dirty. Cleaning the windows means the bathrooms still must be done.
Small businesses have a lot of surfaces and materials to be cleaned, and that’s even tougher when there is traffic from clients.
The cleaning chores are made harder by one simple fact: people have lives.
Unless cleaning is your business, other work takes a lot time. Even before adding time for self-care, there are families and other responsibilities.
All the tasks that make a life make it difficult to have everything clean at once. That’s why it’s a great idea to call us: SERVPRO of San Diego City SW.
Our phone number is 619-269-5004.
SERVPRO® of San Diego City SW: More than Clean – Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned
Cleaning means getting rid of visible dirt, grime, dust, trash, or other materials.
Disinfection means killing bacteria, viruses, mold colonies, and other microbial growth.
We use cleaning and disinfection techniques and solutions that are approved by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency).
We have experience cleaning and disinfecting:
- Condominium and apartment complexes
- Military property
- Entertainment centers
- Restaurants and other food-service businesses
- Hospitals and other health-care providers
- Community buildings
- Child-care centers
- Cars, boats, RVs, other vehicles
Because cleaning is our business, we have the time to do everything. If a surface can sparkle or gleam, it will sparkle or gleam. Team members can earn certifications in different specialties, so expect professional cleaning of:
- Upholstery and other textiles
- Carpet, wood, tile, other flooring
- Structural surfaces
- HVAC (inside the air ducts)
- Appliances, equipment
- Window treatments
- Air vents
- Whatever the client requests
Clean Building and Free Time
Imagine what you can do with the time freed from hiring us to do the cleaning chores. Some ideas:
Catch up on other chores (or better: figure out to whom to delegate those chores)
- Learn to play bagpipes, trumpet, drums, or carillon (anything loud)
- Train the dog to laugh at your jokes
- Train the cat to make breakfast
- Memorize the lyrics to “I Love You, California”
- For business owners: organize employees into a choir for virtual performances of “I Love You, California”
- Become a card sharp
- Invent new flavors
- Build sandcastles that are large enough to be (clearly temporary) homes
- Organize all the sock drawers in your family
- Design a new sport
- Make sculptures from coffee grounds instead of using them as compost
SERVPRO of San Diego City SW 619-269-5004