COIT professionals hard at work to keep your home clean!

COIT professionals hard at work to keep your home clean!

It’s that time of year… Fall cleaning is here and more important than ever!

Stay ahead of lingering germs at home + work: whatever your needs, your COIT cleaning pros can help.

When COVID began keeping us close to home, many people took the opportunity to tackle some pretty extensive cleaning lists for Spring cleaning. The execution of those cleaning lists were likely put on hold while we navigated through pandemic times and protocols in place.

Now here we are months later, with remote working and learning keeping us and our day-to-day lives at home – cleaning can’t wait any longer! With all the great services offered by COIT Cleaning and Restoration Services and with fall cleaning being top of mind, it’s hard not to hop on board and order up some much needed cleaning!

“Having a clean home has always been important for people, but right now it’s more important than ever to help control the spread of COVID. Without using state-of-the-art equipment, a lot of people don’t realize how much ‘dirt’ and soiling gets left behind,” notes COIT General manager Irene Barlas-Rimar. “We’ve been doing this for the last 70 years and feel that we are the experts at what we do. We have everything you need to ensure we clean, sanitize and disinfect your carpets, upholstery and tiles, whether in your home or business.”

The longtime family business offers a range of services that provide peace of mind during the pandemic. Help protect your home this fall and freshen it up just in time for the holidays!

How Does It Work?

It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3 – COIT’s IICRC-certified technicians perform industry-standard cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting in all home and work spaces leaving them looking clean, fresh and even looking like new!

Why combine all three applications? Cleaning alone doesn’t kill germs but removes surface dirt and embedded debris. Sanitizers are used to kill 99.9 percent of surface bacteria and disinfectants will tackle a wider range of germs and bacteria.

If you’re looking to clean up your tile or change up your grout, COIT has developed an exclusive COIT Clean and Colour Seal process for porous surfaces that can’t be cleaned using the three-step approach alone. At COIT, their professionals clean your tiles and add your colour of choice to the grout by applying a new colour or one that restores your grout to its original state – followed by sealing it.

Tile and Grout Clean and Colour Seal before and after pic.

Tile and Grout Clean and Colour Seal before and after pic.

This process provides a barrier between grout and dirt, prolonging the life of the surface. It’s a low-commitment, low-cost solution that won’t have you dealing with the cost of a floor renovation or the hassle of construction noise in the background of Zoom calls!

Why It’s Important

The WHO and the CDC have recognized the importance of a clean environment in controlling the spread of COVID. The health and safety of COIT’s customers is a top priority for them, and therefore, they continue to follow all recommended protocols provided by these health organizations while performing the most required and requested cleaning services to keep you safe and clean.

How To Get Involved

To schedule your zero-contact service appointment, call COIT Cleaning and Restoration Services and book your cleaning services or visit them online. Book your free in-home estimate now while promotions last!

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