How can I protect myself & my employees from the Coronavirus? 

There are currently no vaccines to prevent coronavirus disease in 2019 (COVID-19). Using everyday prevention actions in your office can help prevent the spread of the disease. 

Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces  

Stay home when you are sick   

Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth   

Cover your cough and sneeze with a tissue, discarding the tissue immediately in the trash  

It goes without saying, but when possible, avoid close contact with people who are sick}  

Wash your hands with soap and water frequently for at least 20 seconds. Cleaning your hands should be done after going to the restroom, before eating, after blowing your nose, sneezing or coughing 

High-Risk areas for Bacteria Accumulation in the Office 

Offices are full of germs, and some of them may lurk in places that you might not expect. 

An office desk may be up to 400 times more contaminated with infectious germs than a restroom toilet seat.  

When was the last time you cleaned your Smartphone? With all of that touching, your phone is a breeding ground for bacteria. Many phones can be kept clean by wiping them down with rubbing alcohol; however, check the manufacturer’s instructions before doing so.   

Restrooms pretty much go without saying. According to a study by Life’s Little Mysteries, “Within an hour of normal use, there were 500,000 bacterial cells per square inch on the bathroom surfaces, on average.”  

Kitchens and break rooms are also places for high-risk infectious germs. Think about it; surfaces such as refrigerator handles, microwaves, and cabinet doors can serve as homes for bacteria. 

A seemingly clean workplace can still be a harbinger of hidden dust, dirt, and germs. An unsanitary workplace affects your employees and customers. 

Positive effects from a Clean Office: 

Removing dust, dirt, and germs means your employees will get sick less often, and individuals with allergies will have to contend with fewer allergens   

An immaculate office appearance creates an image of professionalism and attention to detail, suggesting to customers that your business offers real value and doesn’t cut corners  

A clean, fresh environment will boost your employee’s mood which will lead to higher productivity  

Playing it Safe 

Cleaning and then disinfecting environmental surfaces in your office are fundamental in reducing the spread of the virus. 

Having a janitorial service like Bradwell Cleaning Services to come in and clean your office is the first step to reduce the spread of the virus, and standard practices such as hand washing and having your employees stay home when they are sick are essential. 

Bradwell Cleaning Services has made a conscious effort over the years to seek out and use the most effective cleaning products. With that being said, our team cleans with a CDC and EPA approved industrial-strength disinfectants with a broad spectrum kill claim. 

These CDC and EPA approved industrial-strength disinfectants is a cleaning product for odors and germs. Unlike traditional disinfectants that kill bacteria from the inside out in 7-10 minutes, they work from the outside in, in 30-90 seconds. We will… 

  • Disinfect 

  • Sanitize 

  • Deodorize  

Our CDC and EPA approved industrial-strength disinfectants, don’t contain VOC’s and are not carcinogenic. Just a highly effective cleaning product that fights odors, allergies, mold, and pathogens, and it does not create harmful by-products. 

To learn more about the effectiveness of our services to combat the Coronavirus, contact a professional commercial cleaner at Bradwell Cleaning Services by calling (281) 303-5630! 


Though Bradwell Cleaning Services follows protocol promulgated by the Center for Disease Control Prevention, there is no testing that exists to ensure total elimination of the coronavirus. Aftermath guarantees that its cleaning protocol curbs the spread and threat of coronavirus. However, it cannot guarantee with 100% certainty the total eradication of it. These services are designed to give peace-of-mind to organizations looking to mitigate the risk of infection to their employees and customers alike.