Covid-19 Deep Cleaning
Have you thought about how you are protecting your business during this current public health crisis?
Smile Carpet Cleaning can help. Contact us on 0161 763 3133 to discuss any of your cleaning and sanitisation needs in the coming weeks.
Protecting your home or workplace from the outbreak of Covid-19
What can we do to sanitize your workplace?
We have been approached by many of our commercial and industrial clients seeking guidance and advice on what they can do with their vacant properties whilst staff are working from home.
In particular, there is an emphasis on undertaking a deep cleaning and sanitisation of carpets, upholstery, chairs, desktops, light switches, keyboards, telephone equipment, doors/door handles, kitchens, WC’s, canteens, lift doors and lift carriages as well as the general office/industrial area.
We are medical-grade cleaning specialists who assist a number of schools, office, hospitality and healthcare facilities throughout Greater Manchester to regularly clean and sanitise their premises. We have had associations with banks, insurance companies and business owners for almost thirty years in this specific area. We are also members of The National Academy of Crime Scene Cleaners.
What can we do to sanitize your home?
We understand it is important to keep your home clean in light of the current public health crisis. Our team of medical-grade cleaning experts can accommodate you if you need to stay in the premises whilst we carry out the clean. In most cases, we would advise that whilst we carry out the full clean for you and your family to organise vacating the property. In most instances, you will be able to move back in and sleep in the premises the same day.
If you or someone you have been in close proximity to, has been tested positively for Covid-19 or have any signs of the common symptoms, please alert us before we arrive at the premises. We are still able to carry out our planned sanitisation and disinfection techniques but will take extra caution. (put this bit in a red box).
Currently, there isn’t a product on the market that is known to directly kill Covid-19 on surfaces and there has not been enough time for products to be tested against it. There are, however, a number of chemicals that are used that are known to kill other viruses, such as the norovirus and other coronavirus strains.
As infection control specialists, we use medical-grade sanitisation and disinfectant
techniques to keep businesses in your local area safe and at a reduced risk. Our qualified team uses enhanced sanitisation practices along with sanitising the equipment we use after every clean and before we bring it onto your premises.
Viruses have to be cleaned with specialist chemicals and solutions. Before cleaning your surface, we use a virucidal treatment, which we leave for 15-20 minutes to completely break down viruses on your surfaces. Finally, we apply an NHS approved treatment which completely sanitises the surface and carries on working after the treatment to give you lasting protection, even once we have left your premises. The treatment we use is the strongest disinfectant on the market and is completely safe for humans.
Our staff are fully trained and wear full PPE & RPE equipment and the services we offer are;
- uplift & return keys of premises;
- videos & photographs of the site before & after;
- deep cleaning, fogging and carrying out swab testing;
- our cleaning equipment cleans at around 90 degrees Celsius (including all soft furnishings), which is a more effective temperature for tackling germs and bacteria.
Nobody can guarantee that their processes and chemicals are 100% effective against all bacteria, however with almost 30 years’ experience in this area, and the qualifications and licences required, we are uniquely placed to tackle this type of deep clean and provide some reassurance to your workforce that their premises and the equipment they use has been adequately sanitised to use again.
Please contact us on 0161 763 3133
to discuss any of your cleaning and sanitisation needs in the coming weeks.