Is Your Business Premises Bacteria Free?
With the global spread of the Coronavirus everybody has started to become more vigilant about the need to disinfect as well as carry out deep cleaning.
Sadly this virus spreads easily and this is evident from the thousands of infected people in many countries across the world, as well as the deaths that resulted.
Our Coronavirus deep cleaning service is comprehensive. We understand the importance of sanitising properly all surfaces, touch points, floors, any equipment and furniture.
Needless to say this is a rigorous process that calls for expertise, proper tools, and a commitment to be as thorough as possible. The sanitisation process also includes a full fogging service.
Protect Your Office
- We sanitise and deep clean your site using our ULV Cold fogging equipment.
- Kills bacteria and germs and sanitises all working areas.
- Proven affective against any contamination.
- Reaches area that conventional cleaning can’t reach.
- Effective on walls, gaps, under desk and difficult to reach surfaces.
- Spray process – air dry at room temperature.
Coronavirus Treat & Protect
Thorough mechanical deep cleaning by a fully trained professional specialist team to remove any contamination and prepare surfaces for further protection.
Treat & Protect
Delivery of an advanced broad-spectrum electrostatic anti-microbial spray proven in independent tests to be >99.99% effective against Coronavirus.
Uniquely, we can offer cost-effective multiple site testing for Coronavirus – using the same methodology as used by Public Health England – with results returned by the testing laboratory within 72 hours.
Treat & Protect FAQS
All innovative products attract questions about how they work and what they do. Here are the main ones we receive about our Coronavirus treat and protect system and the answers we give.
Is the product safe?
It is water-based, food safe and non-toxic so is safe to use. It is also safe for the environment
Is us safe for plants & edible fruits?
The product is water-based and ‘food safe’. As such, indoor planting can remain in place during treatment. There are no health risks to food. However, we recommend that you remove food before treatment.
Is the disinfectant effective against other pathogens?
Yes it is. As a broad-spectrum anti-microbial agent, it is highly-effective against a wide range of viruses, bacteria, yeasts, and fungi, including mould.
Does the product set or the fire or smoke detectors?
The method statements for correct application avoid the risk of setting off fire or smoke detectors. Also, it is an ultra-fine water-based mist, not a smoke.
Does the disinfectant affect allergies?
Independent laboratory tests have shown no allergy-related concerns. If you have a particular sensitivity, we recommend you seek medical advice before using the treatment.
Is it safe for IT equipment, computers and phones?
The electrostatic spray does not affect desktop IT equipment or phones. It is not recommended for sensitive or open-cased IT equipment such as server rooms.
Does the product damage furniture?
It is approved as a fabric treatment. However, as it is applied as a fine mist, we would recommend removing any items made from materials that are particularly water sensitive. For example, suede.
Is it safe for kitchen and food preparation areas?
The product is designated as food safe. We recommend that plates, cups and trays are moved so the spray will reach the surface that you want to protect.
Can we leave our paperwork?
We recommend that loose paper is covered or placed in a drawer to expose surfaces being treated.
How soon can we re-enter treated areas?
The electrostatic spray does not affect desktop IT equipment or phones. It is not recommended for sensitive or open-cased IT equipment such as server rooms. Once air-dried you can re-enter within an hour.
Does it affect artwork?
We would recommend that uncovered artwork should be covered or removed during treatment.
- CONTACT US TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT HOW WE CAN HELP YOUR BUSINESS, PROTECT STAFF & CUSTOMERS, AND ALLAY CONCERNS ABOUT CORONAVIRUS