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With more than 35 years getting to know every kind of client, from homeowners to facility & property managers to healthcare decision-makers. Our relentless passion for excellence and customer service means we invest in continuously improving our processes. Sanera is a leading provider of cleaning and restoration services in both the residential and commercial markets, operating through an extensive service network.
Business owners and property managers are key to keeping patrons, guests, patients and visitors safe. They are responsible for taking every step to ensure the health and safety of their communities. Whether a large retail shop,we have the disinfection know-how to customize a cleaning plan for your needs.
When an employee or patient tests COVID positive, you should temporarily shut your doors. Our team can help you quickly open up again as our network of local businesses ensures fast response times and excellent care from a team that is equipped with the advanced tools and technology in adherence to CDC guidelines to get your facility safely open again.
Switching from after-hours to a daytime cleaning program can reduce your cleaning costs as well as energy expenses. Since no cleaning staff is required on-site after hours, there's no need for running lights or building heating/cooling, and your doors stay locked at the end of the day.
To keep your business running uninterrupted, we offer cost effective daytime janitorial cleaning services.
We know each business facility is unique. That's why we offer a wide range of cleaning services and plans with scheduling and timing options that suit a variety of businesses. No matter how ordinary or exceptional the task, from carpet cleaning to air duct cleaning and other specialty services.
Keep your business open, safely. A primary driver of COVID-19’s infectiousness is the fact that people carriers long before they have symptoms. Routine cleaning and disinfecting are the only way to keep your environment safe from an unintentional COVID-19 outbreak.