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Inverness cleaning firm Merry Maids introduces changes to continue operating safely after coronavirus lockdown

By Gregor White

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Domestic cleaning company Merry Maids says it is ready to restart operations.

"Now that we have re-opened, much to the delight of our loyal customers, we have changed the way that we operate to ensure that our professional domestic cleaning service is safe and effective, whilst also taking in to account our customers’ individual requirements," a spokesperson said.

"Such as: working with all of our customers to create customised cleaning regimes based on their new requirements; retraining our employees on extra cleaning disciplines such as, ‘high touch point’ cleaning; wearing PPE throughout customer homes and maintaining social distancing; using specialist anti-viral products effective against germs, bacterial and enveloped viruses (such as previous strains of coronavirus); calling ahead to customers to ensure that they do not have any symptoms and have not been in contact with another person displaying symptoms or with a confirmed case of Covid-19 before allowing employees to deliver a service."

Merry Maids brand manager Steve Morris said: "We have adhered to government guidance throughout, and so we are delighted to be able to return to doing what we do best, making homes clean and hygienic.

"It goes without saying that we have always, and will continue to, put the safety of our customers and employees at the forefront of what we do."

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