Coronavirus Cleaning

Specialist COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Deep Cleaning & Sanitisation

We at ……… ………… have created a new Coronavirus deep-cleaning method, which has been developed with guidance from the Public Health Organisation of ………, to provide you with specialised services, to sanitise all non-health care facilities, such as schools, offices, universities, that have either experienced a confirmed Coronavirus case, or have requested to undertake precautionary measures.

Our coronavirus deep-cleaning method includes the usage of Virucidal sanitization on all of the surfaces. We are also concentrating largely on regular touch points, such as appliances, desks, computes, doors, toilets, kitchens etc. We follow this spraying on surfaces, with a x-mist fogging cycle, wherein we use a stronger germicide to help keep your room sanitized and sterilised for up to 7 days at a time.

 

We understand that the out-break and spread of COVID-19, has been affecting local businesses, schools, universities and other organizations, and hence we …………… ………….. have undertaken special methods to help reduce the impact, and help to contain it. With our services and staff being incredibly experienced, we are able to offer you specialised cleaning and containment techniques to help disinfect these buildings. Using specialised equipment and our highly trained team, we can efficiently and quickly decontaminate offices, schools, cinemas, shops, universities, care homes etc.

 

Here are a few general guidelines for everyone to follow:

If you have returned from an identified high-risk area by Medical Officials, or in direct touch with coronavirus, and are feeling unwell (coughing, fever, difficulty breathing) remain at home, and use the 112 online service that has been designated to coronavirus.

Wash your hands regularly, and rub with soap and hot water for over 20 seconds. This is especially extremely important after coughing, sneezing or blowing your nose. Try to avoid public areas as much as possible. Use your hand sanitizer frequently in public places, if you have one on you.

Cover your mouth and nose with your tissue or sleeves, to reduce the spreading of germs when you cough or sneeze. Do not use your hands to cover your mouth and nose. Make sure to wash your hands regardless afterwards.

Clean objects that have regularly been touched, using cleaning products, to prevent the risk of spreading infections to others around you.