We are committed to restoring peace of mind in businesses and homes like yours with a clean, safe, and healthy environment for both your family and/or employees and customers. ServiceMaster Anytime and the ServiceMaster Restore Brand have many years of experience cleaning and disinfecting hospitals and other facilities that have been at risk for exposure to various infectious diseases. Service is in our name, and we strive to be there when those in our community need us.
We are proud of our company and the work our employees are doing throughout this COVID-19 pandemic to ensure that our customers’ needs are met. Our experience and history are well known in the industry; what sets us apart as essential service providers is the proven track record we have established over the last 60 years while servicing our City of Santa Barbara as well as Ventura and San Luis Obispo Counties. We will work hard to protect your people, assets, and reputation.
Thank you for considering ServiceMaster Anytime as your environmental disinfection solution partner. We have trained and credentialed personnel available to respond to any emergency your home or business may have. Should you need further information please do not hesitate to contact our office. We are committed to our customers, potential customers, and community.
SERVICEMASTER ANYTIME is an independent franchise business licensed to serve you by ServiceMaster Restore
DISTINGUISHING OUR PRODUCTS & SERVICES
ServiceMaster Restore believes that Disinfection Services are not a commodity but an opportunity to provide an often necessary and valuable service. We pride ourselves on going “above and beyond” your expectations.
Local Access, National Resources
ServiceMaster’s Family of Brands helps ensure world class systems, leading-edge technology, and adherence to quality standards while providing a level of ownership, pride in work, communication and accessibility at a local level.
ServiceMaster Restore has resources in your local community, attending the same churches and schools, shopping and banking together, and has a vested interest in the success of not only our business but the community as a whole. The national resources and support from our corporation combined with our local offices and access ensures maximum value returned for the dollars invested.
EPA Registered Disinfectants
We stop at nothing to create a clean, safe, and healthy environment allowing everyone in your building from employees to customers to thrive. The objective of our disinfection process is to remove pathogens from the environment.
THE SERVICEMASTER RESTORE DIFFERENCE
These cleaning procedures are meant to provide a brief outline of work to treat surfaces for Coronavirus (COVID-19). These recommendations are suggestions and minimal guidelines for an experienced and competent remediation contractor to include in their work plans and procedures and are not a site-specific specification. A site-specific specification will be prepared, at time of service
The above procedures are based on the current known published information about the Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2/ COVID-19 and changes may be necessary as new developments are made, and data is released.
All the products we use are EPA registered, approved, and listed on the EPA’s List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2. Products on this list have Emerging Viral Pathogens AND Human Coronavirus claims for use against SARS-CoV-2. This list can be found on the EPA’s website, along with instructions on how to check for a product’s EPA registration number.
- Soft goods, upholstery, and carpeting cannot be disinfected
- Food preparation surfaces should be cleaned and disinfected using a food contact surface approved solution
- Paper products left exposed at the time of treatment may be adversely impacted by the process
- This cleaning is not designed for aesthetic purposes. Surfaces should be tested prior to application of any product
- Antimicrobial treatment is an excellent interrupter in the process of pathogen transfer but is not a substitute for hygiene. The reintroduction of infected persons into the space requires additional treatment and may result in cross-contamination