Sacramento was one the of first cities in the country to issue a COVID-19 stay at home order. All residents of the city and county are directed to stay at home except for essential activities like grocery shopping, medical appointments, exercise consistent with physical distancing recommendations, and specifically approved types of employment. The city of Sacramento defines essential occupations as those designed to maintain continuity of operation of the critical infrastructure sectors. In addition to complying with the stay at home mandate, if you have a business, you may need to take additional protective measures. The same holds true at your home. These include contamination cleanup if your business or home may have been exposed to COVID-19. The safest and most reliable course to take to ensure the safety of your business or home is to engage the services of a reputable COVID-19 cleaning company in Sacramento like Eco Bear. We maintain a Sacramento COVID-19 cleaning company hotline available to you around the clock at (818) 358-4359.

Reputable, Reliable, Affordable Sacramento Coronavirus Cleaning and Disinfection

A number of factors set Eco Bear apart from the other Sacramento COVID-19 cleaning company options. We are an independent, locally-owned biohazard remediation company serving the people of California. Unlike corporate-owned conglomerates with a focus only on the bottom line, Eco Bear is owned by two Californians – a tenacious woman committed to the community and a dedicated vet who brought his service to the country home to help businesses and families deal with challenging situations.

Eco Bear is also set apart from other options because of our fair, upfront pricing. Before we begin work on a coronavirus cleaning and distinction job at a business or residence, we provide you a reliable estimate. We never charge any hidden fees or project add-ons.

At Eco Bear, we use the latest technology, the most effective sanitization agents, and have access to other vital resources to ensure that your business or home is restored to a fully safe, disease-free, and wholly usable condition. Our commitment truly is to you and the wellbeing of your workers, patrons, family, and friends. 

How Your Business or Home Can Be Contaminated by COVID-19

You need to be hypervigilant when it comes to protecting your business or home against the prospect of COVID-19 contamination. We do discuss the essential signs and symptoms of a COVID-19 infection in a moment. Before digging deeper into that necessary information, you do need to understand that many people with COVID-19 show minimal signs of infection of none at all. As a consequence, individuals with no indication of a COVID-19 infection can infect others.

Infection can occur through person to person contact. Moreover, an infected individual – including one exhibiting no symptoms – can contaminate surfaces and objects at your business or in your home. 

There is no absolute data on the length of time a surface will remain contaminated by COVID-19. The virus appears capable of surviving on surfaces for a matter of days. The type of material a surface of object is comprised dictates the survival rate of the virus.

We do know that if a person carrying COVID-19 enters your business or residence, the act of touching surfaces and objects can result in the transfer of the virus. In addition, when an individual has a virus like COVID-19, it is capable of what technically is known as “shedding.” In layperson’s terms, shedding is the virus dropping off of a person. Finally, it’s been made clear that COVID-19 is easily transmittable when an infected person sneezes or coughs. 

Signs and Symptoms of COVID-19

As we move deeper into the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re gaining more knowledge about potential symptoms of an infection. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has been understandably proactive in monitoring the symptomatic courses exhibited by individuals ultimately diagnosed with this virus. The CDC has developed a comprehensive summary of COVID-19 symptoms, including the likelihood of their exhibition:

  • Fever – 88% of cases
  • Dry cough – 66% of cases
  • Fatigue – 38% of cases
  • Phlegm – 33% of cases
  • Shortness of breath – 19% of cases
  • Joint pain – 15% of cases
  • Sore throat – 14% of cases
  • Headache – 14% of cases
  • Chills – 11% of cases
  • Runny nose – 5% of cases
  • Vomiting – 4% of cases
  • Diarrhea – 4% of cases

If you have concerns about coronavirus contamination at your business or home, call our Sacramento COVID-19 cleaning company at (818) 358-4359. We’re available to you 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. We sincerely understand that need for immediate action when it comes to eradicating COVID-19 from your business or residence. Our team is here for you to make sure your business or home is safe. 

Author

Emily Kil

Co-Owner of Eco Bear Biohazard Cleaning Company

Together with her husband, Emily Kil is co-owner of Eco Bear, a leading biohazard remediation company in Southern California. An experienced entrepreneur, Emily assisted in founding Eco Bear as a means of combining her business experience with her desire to provide assistance to people facing challenging circumstances. Emily regularly writes about her first-hand experiences providing services such as biohazard cleanup, suicide cleanup, crime scene cleanup, unattended death cleanup, infectious disease disinfection and other types of difficult remediations in homes and businesses.