It’s been nearly a year since the rise of Coronavirus and with it came the changes and adjustments we’ve had to make to the work environment.  In the past, disinfecting had generally been reserved for kitchens and restrooms.  Now “touch point” disinfecting has become a standard inclusion in the majority of cleaning programs.  Most of the folks responsible for the maintenance of their work spaces have had to pivot quickly and figure out a way to effectively keep things disinfected on a larger scale and safe for their employees.

So the question that begs answering is “Now what?”  With the prospect of reopening and potentially bringing back the workforce into the building, where do we go from here?  How often should disinfecting be done?  Is disinfecting needed going to be a nightly routine occurrence or more as an “add needed” event?

CDC Recommendations

The CDC continues to recommend performing routine cleaning and disinfecting.  They state “maintaining a plan to perform regular cleanings to reduce the reduce the risk of exposure… and routinely clean all frequently touched surfaces in the workplace” as the first step in keeping a work place infection free followed by disinfecting with an EPA certified disinfectant.

What has Eagle Enterprises done?

During the pandemic, Eagle Enterprises has helped our customers provide safe workplaces by increasing disinfection services to include touch point disinfecting as well as electrostatic spray disinfecting.  We are able to service our customers within hours of discovering an employee has a positive Covid-19 test.  We continue to use only EPA certified disinfectants for all of our accounts.

While expanding our service line and being quick to respond are all great for our customers, we would like to underscore the importance of a strong routine cleaning program.  “Clean” is the most important element of keeping a work space safe and giving employees peace of mind.

Do you feel confident in your cleaning company?  If not, please reach out!

Think Clean.  Think Eagle.


Founded in 1992 by the late Rick Gottheardt, Eagle Enterprises provides professional commercial cleaning services throughout southeastern Wisconsin. Its customers never sign a contract, and enjoy exceptional appearance and unmatched cleanliness in their workplaces. More information is available by calling (414) 431-9600 or visiting

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Drew Gottheardt