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Coronavirus Cleaning Professionals in Florida and Michigan

A cleaning technician wearing a hazardous materials suit does a deep cleaning of a workspace using industry-level equipment.A lot has changed since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Since the virus became more serious in February, businesses have had to shift to accommodate stay at home guidelines in both Michigan and Florida. Many industries have had to take a different approach to their service or product delivery plan, while others have needed to close their doors. Jarvis Property Restoration is here to help your business move forward.

Expert Cleaning for Coronavirus Protection

Jarvis Property Restoration is still in business and here to help you. We are classified as an “essential business.” This means that we will remain open so we can help other businesses maintain a safe environment. Our emergency services are available right now for you. We can come to your business to clean it thoroughly. This cleaning service will help protect you, your employees, and your customers or clients. 

Jarvis is Ready to Cleanup the Coronavirus at Your Property

  • Our team follows the strict policies of the IICRC
  • We are discrete about our service to protect your reputation
  • We have been in the disaster recovery business since 1979
  • Our trained staff and quality equipment ensure the most thorough cleaning of your property

We are here to help you ensure the safety of everyone who visits your property. 

What Are The Most Common Water Damage Questions?

Originally posted on 06/13/2017 Water damage is not only costly but also dangerous. Most people, however, have no idea what to do when water damage happens. We get some common questions about water damage and water restoration....

Common Causes Of House Fires

Originally posted on 05/30/2017 Even though we don’t like to think about it, thousands of house fires happen each year. They are the major cause of fire deaths but are both survivable and preventable. For the sake of our precious...

The Hidden Damages of Tornadoes to Your Property

Damage from a tornado is easy to spot if the damage is significant and immediately visible. There's no mistaking half a roof blown off or a tree falling through your house. However, tornadoes often cause plenty of damage that isn't visible...

3 Signs You May Have a Broken Pipe

Originally posted on 10/30/2016. Most of us are not professional plumbers. While we may have a sense something isn’t quite right with our plumbing, having a plumber take a look to just figure out if you have a broken pipe can cost...

3 Types Of Fire Smoke And Residues

Originally posted on 09/22/2017 Fire, smoke, and residue damage are perennial problems that occur in your home. Typically there are three major types of fire hazards that leave smoke and residues. In this article, we will go through these...

Home Sewer Lines Who Is Responsible For Repairs

Originally posted on: 12/22/2014 There are many culprits that can be held accountable when referring to sewer pipe damage. Some of the factors that can cause the damage are root growth, calcification, aging lines, and even land movement. Sewer...

Why Your Business Should Consider a Backup Generator

Imagine this: in the middle of working on a project, your screen goes blank. Half-way through a build, your machine shuts off. Walking through the halls and the lights go dark. Your power has just gone off without warning. Power outages seem...

COVID Cleaning Guide for Schools and Universities

Reopening schools right now may seem risky, but it is essential. And, if done properly, it can be safe for all those involved. The first step is for schools to clean and disinfect their campuses carefully. We’ve put together some guidance,...

Do You Own Property in a Michigan Flood Area?

Following the historic flooding in Midland, Michigan in May of this year, many property owners are probably wondering if they are overlooking the potential risks of flooding. Knowing about the local flood zones or areas can help you better...

What Does Your Commercial Flood Insurance Cover?

There are almost countless reasons for a business to have to close its doors. Not only do most new small businesses fail, many have unexpected issues come up that make closing inevitable - and that was before COVID-19 or Coronavirus became issues....
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