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While the global pandemic made significant impacts on the economy in Asheville, one area that did not slow down in the slightest is real estate. Quarantining in a large urban area proved to be a miserable experience for people throughout the country. As it began to seem clear that more and more careers were permanently moving to remote work platforms, Asheville‘s real estate market never slowed down. In fact, if anything, property values are rising faster than ever. Real estate agents have reported homes selling sight unseen in many cases.

The recent outbreak of the COVID-19 virus has created multiple challenges for places of worship. The CDC has suggested that coronavirus may remain active for hours to days on surfaces made from a variety of materials. Cleaning of visibly dirty and high-touched surfaces followed by disinfection is the best practice measure for the prevention of COVID-19 and other viral respiratory illnesses in residential and community settings. Churches throughout the United States are getting ready to initiate a new season of learning and worship as they set to reopen with CDC regulations in place. However, cleanings and disinfecting are quite challenging tasks. Here are five reasons professional cleaning services could save your church valuable time and money. 

The New Normal

Tuesday, 30 March 2021 22:50

Living in a historical time of recession and pandemic has been challenging to say the least. Most of us have never experienced a time like this in our lives, and it’s been scary. The best we can do is follow the guidelines of the CDC and protect ourselves, our family members, our friends, our employees, and our customers.

The “new normal” will certainly change the standard of expectations in relation to cleanliness and sanitation. Viruses, germs, bacteria, and mold are always present, but when we have a global pandemic, the risk heightens and the threat is real. There’s been other threatening viruses in the past, but none in modern history that have been so aggressive with the ability to mutate as COVID-19.   

Typically, when the calendar rolls around to January 1st, gyms become some of the busiest places in the world. People are ready to take on new challenges and begin pursuing their resolutions. Many are so excited to begin their healthy new lifestyles they arrive in the wee hours of the morning, waiting for the doors to open. However, this year has been anything but normal for businesses in every industry across the world. While no industry has been untouched by the effects of a global pandemic, gyms have often been disproportionately affected. Exercising, sweating, and breathing heavily create challenges for safe social distancing, so many fitness centers have only just recently been able to reopen and at limited capacities.