Our trained cleaning experts carry out Coronavirus decontamination cleaning and sanitation using fogging to destroy all traces of the virus. Areas are deep cleaned by our trained professionals wearing sterile disposable overalls, hats, masks, gloves and protective footwear. After cleaning with sterilising chemicals, the areas are sealed and taped-off, ready for testing.
Our Coronavirus deep cleaning and decontamination services can be performed across a number of commercial sites including:
Shops and commercial properties
Hotels and B&Bs
DW Decontamination offers Coronavirus Decontmination services available across Dublin and Ireland nationwide with highly trained and experienced technicians, with the knowledge to clean, disinfect and decontaminate all COVID-19 affected areas. The covid19 decontamination service we offer has been created as a way to help combat the danger of COVID-19 from any form of surface transmission.
A deep clean and decontamination service is required when there is at least one suspected case in a high-risk area or one confirmed case in any setting. This degree of COVID-19 deep cleaning service is intended to thoroughly disinfect a site – both basic hard surfaces and substance, providing full comfort and reassurance.
Our technicians pay special attention to high trafficked areas, such as phones, door handles, railings, lift buttons and so on. Only once a full and thorough deep clean has taken place, can we then go on to carry out a complete Covid-19 decontamination service.
About Fogging Cleaning
Fogging is a highly effective process of deep cleaning difficult to reach spaces and areas with porous surfaces. These areas can harbour viruses and bacteria, such as tiled ceilings, carpets, soft furnishings, upholstery and children’s play areas.
Tests show that fogging techniques are very effective against Coronavirus/COVID-19 and other viruses. All of Total Clean’s deep cleaning work complies with Health & Safety Regulations.
Our mechanical fogging service ensures total coverage of the area, domestic or commercial. This is achieved by using specialist machinery that produces a fine mist which suspends the sterilising fluid in the air.
This not only kills airborne pathogens but also kills those on all surfaces in the fogged area, including those not reached by conventional cleaning methods.
Dispersion rate and strength of sterilising agents are controlled and adjusted as required.
The fogging process can take just a few minutes depending on the size of the area, although the treated area must be sealed-off for at least an hour or more after treatment to allow the mist to fully disperse.