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Spring Cleaning Tips

Posted on March 29, 2019 at 11:23 AM Comments comments (2)
Spring Cleaning

It's time to focus on your spring cleaning needs. Take one room at a time. Some tips to start with.

Clean and organize closets and drawers
Focus on cleaning window treatments
Time to clean the internal windows and tracks
Refrigerator and oven cleaning time
Clean out your medicine cabinets and toss outdated medications
This is a good time to have carpets shampooed
Clean baseboards, doors and door frames
Disinfect all of your light switch plates
Do a thorough dusting job throughout each room

Disinfecting For You, Inc. Core Values

Posted on March 29, 2019 at 11:16 AM Comments comments (0)

  1. Deliver a WOW through service.
  2. Create a fun and loving atmosphere.
  3. Pursue learning and growth.
  4. Build honest and open relationships through communication.
  5. Improving peoples lives with a clean environment.
  6. Building a positive team spirit.
  7. Be passionate and determined.

Moved Again

Posted on January 12, 2015 at 11:41 PM Comments comments (3)
We moved from Erlanger to Park Hills, KY July 1st 2014. We moved our suites from 150 to 20 December 21st 2014.

Life of the owner

Posted on October 21, 2014 at 1:27 PM Comments comments (3)

The life of the owner

Posted on October 21, 2014 at 1:26 PM Comments comments (2)
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The life of the Owner

Posted on October 21, 2014 at 1:25 PM Comments comments (0)
On April 19th 2001 I went on a blind date with myknight in shining armor. It was love at first sight. I had a major car accidentthe winter of 2001 and was disabled for 3 short months. Thank goodness I hadshort term disability insurance at the time. I ended up moving in with myknight 5 months after we met to a river town called Ludlow. He helped take careof me and my children until I got back on my feet.
We are the perfect couple and you would never knowthere is a 19 year age gap. I would be lost without him. He is my hero and I’mtruly blessed God sent him my way.
We’ve blessed each other the last 13 years. We datedfor 5 years and married July 15, 2006. We blended two families together. He hadtwo children and I had three. We now have Emily (26), Jonathan (22), Joshua(21), Mariah (20), and Jeremiah (17). All 5 of my kids have biblical names. Ino longer say I have 3 kids because I’ve been blessed with 5.
Our Emily graduated asValedictorian and went on to receive her Bachelors at Transylvania Universityin Psycology. Jonathan graduated 3 of his class and received afull ride to NKU. He now works at Prestige Audio/Visual. I don’t love any of mychildren more than the other. I don’t treat them different either. My step kidsare just as important as my own. I was blessed to have the greatest step kids.
Joshua…..well he was our partier.He graduated and recevied a football scholarship to Lindsey Wilson but afterhis first semester he partied so hard he forgot to attend class so heimmediately came home after losing his scholarships. He now attends tradeschool as an an apprentice electrician. He is a hands on guy and books were notfor him. Mariah had 2 weeks left of her senior year before telling me I wasgoing to be a Nana. She also received a full ride to NKU. She left NKU to focuson raising her daughter and received a great job as a teller at PNC. She waspromoted within her first 2 months. Her and my granddaughter Madison are doingfantastic.
Jeremiah is my miracle child. Hehad 50% chance of survival rate. I was diagnosed with cancer cells back in 1997and had 75% of my cervix removed so I was not to have children but God felt Ineeded him. I was on bedrest my entire pregnancy and he came 2 months early onmy birthday. He was dead at birth and I had to have emergency surgery so Ididn’t see him for a couple of days. I didn’t even know if he survived. Weshare our birthdays. He is our high school junior football super star. We arecurrently recruiting him to play college ball.
We have the three youngest kidsstill at home along with our Madison. Madison Faith was born November 29, 2013.Mondays I dedicate to Madison.

The Life of Elizabeth Yellman

Posted on October 21, 2014 at 12:28 PM Comments comments (3)
The life of Elizabeth Yellman. I could write a book (that is on my bucket list) but I know we don't have time toread it this week or we wouldn't accomplish anything. I'll try to shorten mylife in a few days of words. I was born in Cartersville, GA but raised in Jacksonville, FL. I dropped out of high school at the age of 16 and that is when my life began. My first job was as a house cleaner for a company called Mini Maids out of Jacksonville, FL. 
I crawled out of my bedroom windowone fall night in 1991 and never returned home. I slept on the streets somenights and others in abandoned homes.  I lived a very dysfunctional,sexually abused, physically abused and mentally abused life but it made me whoI am today. I survived.
 I met what I thought was an angel and married him a year later at the age of 17 and he was 21. He helped me go back to school to receive my GED and I alsoreceived an Associates Degree as a Medical Assistant. He was in the Navy andafter his enlistment we moved here to Northern Kentucky to be by his family in 1993.I became pregnant with my first child Joshua shortly after so I became a housewife. A year later I had a daughter named Mariah and two years later a sonnamed Jeremiah. I was blessed with three beautiful children from God and thatis how they got their names. I opened the bible and started flipping the pages.I taught Sunday School at Lakeside Christian, sang in the choir, home schooledthe two youngest children and became a foster mother at the age of 23to trouble teenagers, I understood them because I was one of them too. Ithought I found my calling.
My marriage ended after 8 years with physical abuse. I left my husband with a bag of clothes only. I wanted out without a fight. I just wanted to move on. I was an adult now and realizedI married for all of the wrong reasons. The kids and I rented an apartment inFlorence with nothing. We slept on the floors and ate there too for the firstmonth or so. I hadn't worked in all those years so I had no work experience. Itook a temporary job as a Human Resource Assistant with Levi Strauss andCompany. I was a single mom of three, receiving no child support or governmentfunding and $12.50 an hour back then in 2000 barely paid the bills. So Idecided to put myself back through school.
I wanted to own my own business oneday so I went to school to receive my Bachelors in Applied Management in 2009.While I was in school I worked full time and took care of my children as asingle mom. I was determined to be somebody. While I was in school I went from job to job every two years to get the experience I needed to run my own companysomeday. I wasn't even sure at the time what my company was going to be. Iworked in Human Resources, Sales, Accounting, Management, and Business Development.
 In 2001 I met my knight in shiningarmor, my true angel sent from God.............My life changed.........

Cleaning Tip of the Day......Ebola Scare

Posted on October 20, 2014 at 10:46 PM Comments comments (3)
How to clean your home properly to help prevent the spread of infection and kill these illnesses if they reach your home? Get rid of the smelly good cleaners if they don't say disinfectant on the bottle. Clean with disinfecting products. We really like Odoban it has a fragrance and disinfectant all in one.
Clean with disinfectant products. Spray your surfaces and allow the product to sit for 5-10 minutes before wiping. Use a microfiber cloth to wipe the surface. Microfiber helps remove the bacteria by picking it up. It's like a magnet while regular cleaning rags just smear the bacteria across the surface.
Remember to always wash your hands with antibacterial soap and if you don't have access to soap and water use hand sanitizer. My team carries hand sanitizer in all vehicles.

Quote of the Day

Posted on October 20, 2014 at 10:30 PM Comments comments (1)
Life is 10% what happens to me and 90% of how I react to it. –Charles Swindoll

Out of Our Way

Posted on August 14, 2014 at 10:42 PM Comments comments (0)
We are not like our competition. Not only do we clean the right way............We go out of our way to get the job done. We worked from 9:00 am until 7:30 pm today to help move one of our clients out of a $1.2 million, 5 bedroom, 5 bath house into their new home. We got them ready in time to turn the keys over to the new homeowners in the morning. They will have the cleanest house they've ever bought.
Days before we cleaned out the new home our clients bought, after they moved in we cleaned again to get rid of all of the dirt and dust that was tracked in from the move.
When you become our client you bring on a new family that is there in times of need. We truly care about our clients. We love what we do and you will too.