As open homes and auctions restart, it’s crucial for real estate agents to take the right hygiene steps to protect their staff, clients and community.
As Australia’s leading pest and hygiene company, here’s the Flick guide to staying COVIDsafe and stay open for business!
Strictly Follow Government Guidelines
With small gatherings now allowed, the Government has given the green light to tightly controlled open homes and auctions. Social distancing of 1.5m must be adhered to and good hygiene protocols should be in place. Click here to download our open home inspection guide.
Non-Touch Sanitisers are a MUST
Fight Covid-19 and viruses with high-quality hand sanitisers. Provide a custom “essential hygiene pack” for everyone in your office, with hand sanitisers and alcohol wipes.
Portable no-touch sanitiser stations at open for inspections add an extra level of safety and peace of mind.
We also recommend installing non-touch hand sanitiser stations at key points such as reception areas and washrooms. Flick provides an extensive range of wall-mounted or free-standing automated soap or sanitiser dispensers.
Disinfect & Protect
Finally, protect a home before a new owner or tenant moves in or even throughout frequent open for inspections. Our expert disinfecting team uses a high-grade mist/spray which kills 99.9% of viruses and germs and is TGA-certified to kill Covid-19*.
For a custom hygiene package for your business contact us on 13 14 40.
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