As the country begins to reopen, we’re here to pass along information on best practices to reopen safely in these times. All information provided has been taken directly from guidelines provided by the county of San Diego.
As we navigate through COVID times, we are beginning to see the country open back up. States have created plans for reopening their economies, and the San Diego county has recently decided to loosen regulations on restaurants and dining. In the wake of this progress, it is important to continue with best practices that will ensure the health and safety of employees and customers. We have listed below disinfecting guidelines and tips to keep things clean as we move forward as a country.
In these times of crisis, it is good to know where the future is headed. Here we have compiled a list of some of the most recent updates from the Centers for Disease Control to help keep you up to date on the latest news surrounding COVID-19.
We are living in the midst of one of the most serious pandemic diseases any of us have seen in our lifetime. While we are learning more and more about the nature of COVID-19 every week, there is still a lot of uncertainty surrounding the topic, not to mention how long the stay at home orders and practicing social distancing will be in place. However, we are here to help by providing you with a list of ways you can help prevent the disease from spreading and best practices to prevent yourself from contracting the virus.
The worldwide Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is one of the most dangerous outbreaks any of us have seen in our lifetime. It has people all over the world taking steps to protect their businesses, their homes, and most importantly themselves from any type of contamination. The U.S. and almost every other country in the world have experienced an unprecedented number of cases, which has contributed to growing fatalities. Here at Clean Earth Restorations, we are dedicating ourselves to serving and protecting the community in these uncertain times. As one of the leading bio-hazard and infectious disease remediation companies in the San Diego County, we are working to ensure your peace of mind by properly cleaning and disinfecting your workplace and home. Taking Coronavirus disinfecting very, very seriously.
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Recently we’ve been hearing more and more talk about reopening the economy. While there currently aren’t any set dates, we are seeing progress towards a reopening in the forms of parks, hiking trails, and beaches opening back up in California for passive use. While this is exciting progress, we are still nowhere close to being out of the COVID pandemic. Any reopening will need to be done with great care and attention to detail involving the cleanliness and safety of your establishment, be it a school, a business, or your home.
Although California is the Golden State, it has also been in constant droughts for the past decade. Temperatures seems to be getting higher and higher each summer, periods between rainfall are growing longer and longer, and certain cities within the state have put into affect water conservation rules and laws to help limit the amount of water being wasted in the state. November of 2019 was one of the driest on record, which is unusual for that point of the year. When the next official drought comes, it is good to know some tips on how to conserve water.
Fire damage is never pretty. However, it usually isn't the only damage present. Usually water damage and smoke damage are also present. With the wildfires we've had in Southern California in the past couple of years, even if your home doesn't sustain any fire damage, if it is close enough to the fire it can still sustain smoke damage.
Water damage is never a good thing for a home owner, and it can come in many shapes and forms. It can be obvious, like a flash flood, or a backed up sink or toilet; or it can be more discreet, and go unnoticed up until it is too late. For this reason, we've created a list of types of water damage that you as a home owner should be aware of. If you're in the middle of a water damage emergency, call your local water damage restoration and remediation company.
Any home owners worst nightmare would surely include a failed sump-pump. A sewage emergency is a disaster that no home owner wants to deal with. However, what do you do if it happens to you? We've put together a few tips in the case of a worst-case-scenario.