Premier Green Cleaning

SaniSpray HP 20

If there was ever a time for a cleaning service to shine, this is surely it. And Premier Green Cleaning has stepped up to the plate in spades.

“At the start of the pandemic, we recognized that our clients were going to need us to really step up and help them manage through what was going on,” owner Monay Olson said. “From our commercial clients who provide critical services here in the valley to restaurants and offices.”

Premier had done its homework and took the initiative to ensure people felt safe.

“As our commercial clients struggled to figure out how to stay open, keep their employees safe and reassure the public who were coming into their businesses, we started by guaranteeing them we were caught up in following best practices across the board,” Olson said. 

This included letting clients know Premier’s staff was trained on thorough disinfecting with and without special equipment. 

Many businesses and homeowners have looked to Premier for assistance to make certain that they are meeting cleaning guidelines, caring for their staff and reassuring their guests.

Premier’s new usage of a SaniSpray HP Sprayer is something Olson is excited about. Using an airless disinfectant sprayer makes the job of disinfecting even more efficient and effective than spray-and-wipe methods.

“I think we are the only service in Jackson using these sprayers, and we’ve just rolled them out for many of our commercial clients,” she said. “It’s a focus and option we want to offer in addition to our regular services, to take that extra step to sanitize and clean like crazy.”

Olson is very proud of Premier’s donated cleaning program that started in April. The company’s staff spent more than 1,000 hours on donated cleanings for nonprofits and encouraged community members to nominate their hero to receive a cleaning during this global pandemic. Premier’s staff cleaned more than 20 individuals’ homes and 20 businesses’ or organizations’ offices.

“It felt so good to go into these nonprofit places where people give so much time and energy to their cause and do a super cleaning; you could feel the difference,” she said.

Olson said the plan is to continue the

donated cleanings.

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