COVID-19: Welcome to Your Clean Home

COVID-19: Welcome to Your Clean Home


Hello everyone, Shannon here!  I am one of the owners of TDY Haven Crash Pad.  And it’s time for a little blog post… might I add, this is the FIRST blog post I will be doing as new ownership took place this last year (but that is a story for another post – stay tuned!)


What is this?? New hashtags and all

#quarantinelife   #covid19

We have been dealing with this Covid-19 situation for some time now; how is everyone holding up during this trying time of the #CoronaVirus?

As a Registered Nurse on the front-lines in a hospital, even I find myself having so many unanswered questions.  That’s why we wanted to share what we are doing to keep your health and safety as our priority – as that is something we DO know we can take part in.

While so much is unknown and out of our control, there are some things that aren’t out of our hands (including literally WASHING them!) to keep ourselves safe and healthy.

(Are memes appropriate?  You get the point – wash your hands.)


Keeping your home clean

#safehands    #safehome

It is important more than ever to maintain as germ-free of a home as possible as we attempt to minimize the spread of disease and sickness.

We have a WONDERFUL cleaning company that we have built a relationship with and trust to care for your home.  While they weren’t able to keep all their clients during this time due to multiple factors including taking more time to clean homes, disinfecting between homes, etc, they have continued to come to our houses with extra safety measures in place.

Here is a snippet from the cleaning company in terms of what they are doing when coming to your home on the weekly cycle…

The safety of our customers and employees continues to be our top priority. 

We have implemented several new safety precautions and are enforcing all procedures from the CDC to help keep you, your home, and our team safe and healthy.

  1. Using EPA registered disinfectants, along with microfiber cloths, and HEPA vacuum bag filtration. We will still be disinfecting all commonly touched surfaces like doorknobs, light switches, faucets, etc… with our hospital grade disinfectant
  2. Wearing gloves in homes
  3. Disinfecting all cleaning products between homes
  4. Wearing face masks or coverings
  5. Wearing shoe covers before entering the home (if requested)
  6. Observing all social distancing requirements and asking homeowners to do the same while we are cleaning

(Consider it done.)


With this in mind… By keeping your homes clean, we hope that at the very least you feel SAFE after a long day at work.

It’s our standard to supply those regular house-hold products, but in a time like this, we know our tenants are more thankful  than ever for packages of cleaning supplies showing up at their doors.


As things begin to open up, keep up with what safety measures are in place


First of all, it should really be called “physical distancing,” but I digress…

There are many simple and beautiful references (like the ones below) from the CDC if you are looking for trust-worthy information regarding the prevention of spread, what to do in sickness, and how to limit your exposure. The link is here:



A new era for all of us…


As “stay safe” and “hope your family is well” have become our new common parting statements, I am proud to say we are making it through this pandemic #alonetogether.

We, at TDY Haven Crash Pad, are always only a quick message or call away to assist you or make sure you have the things you need. Thank you for staying with us or referring to us at TDY Haven Crash Pad!

You are all what makes this worth it.  Thank you for your continued service and hard work! And of course, STAY SAFE!