Complete Guide to Covid Cleaning Services

Covid Cleaning – Introduction

With specific regards to cleaning, businesses must use special procedures to manage the supply, use, cleaning & disinfection, laundering and disposal of all clothing, PPE and equipment.

We strongly recommend all employers read and understand the information and have provided a link to the full Guidance Notes on Cleaning from the UK Government here.

To ensure our clients remain compliant and protect their staff and customers we provide essential deep cleaning and disinfection activities for whole buildings to ensure that premises are not only visually clean but also free from harmful bacteria and viruses.

Alternatively, your in-house cleaning team can clean your buildings and we can provide a touchless disinfection service which guarantees, and provides the added assurance, of your sites being not just visually clean, but also free from harmful bacteria and viruses, including COVID-19.

In this new era where cleaning is becoming front of house and visually important to building users it is important that we understand the terminology within the cleaning sector. Later we will explore the selection of cleaning and disinfection services chose and offered by Perfect Service Solutions which vary according to your needs.

First let’s look more closely at what you can do to limit the spread of COVID-19 or deal with an outbreak in your premises and the associated cleaning and appropriate disinfecting process.

What cleaning should I do to prevent or limit the spread of Covid-19 and after a confirmed case of Covid-19?

If you have received confirmation that either a member of staff or customer has been diagnosed with the Covid-19 virus who has been in your premises you should complete a deep clean followed by a disinfection service. You should pay particular attention to:

• Outdoor Furniture such as dining tables
• Entrance Gates & Barriers
• Door Security Pads
• Entrance Door Handles
• Drive Through furniture
• Waste & recycling bins
• Company vehicles

• Internal door handles
• Baskets & trollies (retail outlets)
• Food preparation and dining areas
• Toilets
• Fridges, kettles, taps
• Vending machines
• Stair handles/bannisters
• Recycling areas

Sanitising or Disinfecting without Cleaning will not control or prevent the spread of Covid-19

It is important that everyone involved in the maintenance of your building knows and understands the differences between Cleaning, Sanitising and Disinfecting. 

Many companies are mistakenly using Sanitising and Disinfection procedures without the necessary cleaning which will neither control, or prevent the Covid-19 virus.

In an effort to provide some clarity we classify:

the process or activity of removing dirt and grime from items, surfaces and places

a step further than cleaning but more gentle than disinfection, reducing the presence of bacteria to safer levels, thereby reducing the risk of infection, it may not kill viruses (3-log kill)

kills everything with the right product and concentration, destroying and eliminating bacteria, pathogens and micro-organisms that cause disease (6-log kill)

At Perfect Service Solutions we provide deep cleaning and disinfection services and as such decontaminate rooms, areas and objects to 6-log kill. We offer the following service solutions for pathogens, viruses including Covid-19.

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Deep Cleaning & Enhanced Disinfection Services chosen and offered by Perfect Service Solutions:



Disinfectant cleaning




A deep disinfectant clean should take place prior to any of the other services or you risk sanitising the dirty and not the fabric of the building


Everywhere including kitchens and catering equipment


Using deep cleaning methods followed by a disinfectant cleaning service




Perfect Outdoors

Backpack ULV Fogging


Heavier droplets/microns that won’t get blown away. A wet fog that is suitable to outdoor areas and large environments

Bus shelters, pavilions, changing/shower rooms, train stations

Backpack ULV fogger generally a low cost fogging method involving low cost equipment


Around 2 hours

Perfect Rooms

Whole room/wards fogging


To disinfect wards, hospital rooms, hotel rooms and offices

Offices, hotel rooms, wards. Indoors only and often used in conjunction with electrostatic fogging to reduce time on site. Can be set up and left to fog unmanned

Plug in, set up and leave


From 2 hours

Perfect Indoors

Electrostatic Disinfection Case fogging


Much less “drift”, better surface coverage (under, over, in-between), improved surface dwell time, and safe for use on electrical and IT equiment / smoke alarms. Offers a 360 degree “wrap” to surfaces by charging the silver element in the chemical.

Ductwork, clean rooms, offices, workspace environments

Electrostatic “suitcase” style fogger This is a purpose built machine and not a “fogger” you can pick up on the open market. Electrostatic foggers are the highest level of fogging for the office environment with almost 100% cover and short dwell time


After 30 minutes

Perfect Deep Clean

A traditional deep cleaning service with the manual application of a logkill 6 disinfectant product which is effective against 2019 Wuhan Novel Coronavirus. The premises including food preparation surfaces will be available to use after the team have left the site.

Perfect Indoors, Perfect Outdoors & Perfect Rooms

Fogging Services – Touchless Disinfection

Manual deep cleaning involves the wiping of surfaces but is not wholly effective in itself in getting rid of harmful bacteria and viruses.

It does not target areas which could be missed or hard to reach by cleaners, such as underneath tables and within the spaces between cupboards.

This leads to hotspots, where there is a large volume of bacteria.

Fogging/Misting via hydrogen peroxide atomising/electrostatic machinery is a process that combines the effect of both spraying devices (fogging) and disinfectant solutions. The dual effect of both devices and disinfectants, enables the air, surfaces and rooms to be disinfected automatically and is the highest level of disinfection, decontamination and outbreak control currently on the market.

Our fogging processes concentrate on the critical high contact areas such as door handles, desks, handrails, washrooms and any key touch zone areas and provides an enhanced disinfection service using hydrogen peroxide with silver (Halosil disinfectant).

All of our disinfectant products are designed to decontaminate all hard surfaces and conform to EN standard 14476 meaning they are effective against a range of viruses.

They do not simply render the micro-organisms inert but has been demonstrated to kill these by disrupting the RNA of the micro-organisms and prevents resistance being built up.

Our disinfectants kill COVID-19 (logkill 6)
100% biodegradable and environmentally friendly   
Approved hospital grade disinfectant, for use in operating theatres wth delicate theatre systems
Civil Aviation Authority approved
Halal and Kosher certified
Safe to use in food preparation areas

Perfect Outdoors
Electro-Hygiene Atomisers

The Levanto is the world’s first battery powered backpack. This ULV Fogger is designed to spray large environments with ease

We use high grade machinery to apply the disinfectants. We use ULV fogging backpacks (Perfect Outdoors), electrostatically charged disinfection cases (Perfect Indoors) or dry fogging machines (Perfect Rooms) depending on the bespoke needs of our clients in respect of their time, cost and objective.

These machines spread the disinfectants across your site, inddors or outdoors, and are proven to eradicate bacteria and harmful viruses, including COVID-19, in the air and on all surfaces, walls and flooring.

These methods are different to traditional cleaning only where surfaces are wiped and areas can be missed or are hard to reach, such as underneath tables, within the spaces between cupboards and lockers, nooks and crannies within toilets and kitchens. 

PSS Electrostatic Disinfection Cases

Perfect Indoors
Electrostatic wheeled case

Enhanced uniform disinfection of all surfaces including electronic equipment, without corroding or oxidising (ideal for touchscreens in your facilities).

A dry spray so does not leave any wet residue.

Dry electrostatic sprayer

Dry Fogging Machine

Perfect Rooms
Dry Fogging Machine

The HaloFogger delivers a uniform dry fogging service that provides all round surface disinfection throughout whole rooms.

It automatically supplies an exact amount of the disinfectant solution to eliminate pathogens in a multitude of spaces found in healthcare, hospitality, clean rooms, childcare settings, gyms and more.

The premises, including food preparation surfaces, will be available to use after 2 hours. The effectiveness of the disinfectant has been tested and confirmed against numerous pathogens including Coronavirus. 

The process provides some residual disinfecting due to the silver. 

Provides whole room disinfection

How does Halosil fogging kill germs?

This method involves producing a cloud of hydrogen peroxide into an area, the cloud will settle on all surfaces.  The Hydrogen Peroxide disinfectant includes silver and is DEFRA approved. 

When the machine sprays the dry mist of hydrogen peroxide, it immediately attacks the outer frame of any micro-organisms which cause illnesses within the room.

This weakens the frame, allowing the silver to slip inside and begin the process. When inside the cell, the hydrogen peroxide and silver compromises its structure and damages the cell’s functions.

It then puts a stop to regeneration by sticking to the organism’s DNA before finally sticking to the cell’s enzymes to halt the energy source, thereby bringing a rapid demise.

After completing its job, the hydrogen peroxide breaks down into water and oxygen so there is no need to worry about there being any harmful chemicals left behind.

We always allow 1 hour for the solution to settle, which is known as ‘dwell time’ and we vent the site afterwards until the Hydrogen Peroxide level has dropped below 1ppm, – the safe level for people to re-enter an area or room after disinfection.

In summary, the area must remain vacant for a total time of only 2 hours.

How does Halosil work?

The secret of the Halosil disinfectant is the combined 2-phase effect of the main ingredients hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) and silver.

The oxygen split off by the hydrogen peroxide attacks the cell walls of the microorganisms upon direct contact.

The chemical reaction of the oxygen with molecules in the cell walls denaturises and destroys these.

This effect is boosted by silver ions that bind to the disulfide bonds of certain proteins, both of the reproduction complex as well as of the metabolic system of the microorganisms, and deactivate or precipitate these.

To put it simply: the hydrogen peroxide affects the membrane of the microorganisms, the silver the inside.

This combined “hammer and ambos” effect boosts and/or exponentiates the biocide effect of hydrogen peroxide and silver on a large scale.

Proven to eradicate over 280 pathogens, including:
Superbugs – Coronavirus, MRSA/Staph, C.diff (incl. spores), Klebsiella, VRE 
Bacteria – Legionella, TB, Salmonella, E.Coli, Listeria, Campylobacter 
Viruses – COVID19 Norovirus, Influenza (incl. Bird & Swine), Polio, Rhinovirus, Hepatitis C & B HBV, HIV   Fungi (Moulds & Yeasts) – Black Mould, Candida, Botrytis.

While H2O2 breaks down into water and oxygen (H2O2= H2O+O2) afterwards, minute traces of silver remain on the disinfected surface. These traces are invisible but actively and effectively counteract re-germination.

What makes Halosil different to other Hydrogen Peroxide solutions?
Halosil is a patented, ready-to-use formula that blends hydrogen peroxide and silver. Hydrogen peroxide is the oxidising agent and the silver adds a broad-spectrum anti-microbial element to this unique formula.

A complex blending process stabilises the H202 while amplifying the anti-microbial action ten-fold delivering a formula that behaves completely different to its original ingredients.

The result is a radical fluid architecture, a multi-faceted killing mechanism against pathogens. Halosil is so effective, all premises will receive a certification following treatment guaranteeing the site is sanitised and clear of COVID-19 or other harmful bacteria, which can be displayed for the reassurance of staff and customers.

How does Halosil compare to other disinfectants? 
Superior Efficacy:  Halosil is a broad-spectrum disinfectant that kills a wide range of bacteria, viruses and fungi. It performs equal to, if not better than, other disinfectants. 

Does Halosil provide residual disinfecting?
Yes. The chemical used leaves behind a safe, undetectable layer of silver ions on surfaces. This can help prevent future contamination of the surface. Silver helps to stabilise hydrogen peroxide which enhances the residual disinfecting effect. Silver with hydrogen peroxide shows a two log increase in kill activity and it in itself can kill several bacterial species. Silver particles remain stable in air and water.

However, overtime, once surfaces have been wiped or disinfected, silver particles will be lost due to conditions such as temperature, time and concentration.

Guide to Decontamination by Fogging

In order to demystify the fogging industry we’ve prepared the following on decontamination using vapours and gas aka ‘fogging’ and assumes that you have already performed a deep clean on the area, object, room or premises in order for it to be effective.

1. Ozone Fogging

Ozone – The Science
Ozone is a naturally occurring gas created from oxygen atoms. The oxygen molecule is made up of two oxygen atoms. Single oxygen atoms cannot exist alone without regrouping back into di-atomic oxygen molecules.
During this recombination stage some atoms will regroup into loosely bonded tri-atomic oxygen. This new molecule is called Ozone or O3.

Ozone generators are able to make ozone from normal air and are generally used as room disinfectants. Most research efforts on ozone’s virucidal effects have centered upon ozone’s propensity to break apart lipid molecules at sites of multiple bond configuration.

Indeed, once the lipid envelope of the virus is fragmented, its DNA or RNA core cannot survive. The enveloped viruses are usually more sensitive to physico-chemical challenges than are naked virions.
Although ozone’s effects upon unsaturated lipids is one of its best documented biochemical action, ozone is known to interact with proteins, carbohydrates, and nucleic acids.

The new coronavirus, COVID19, is an enveloped virus.

Ozone Laymans Terms

Ever wonder why after a lightning storm, the air smells clean and fresh? The scent is a result of the lightning bolt passing through the oxygen in the air and creating ozone.
Oxygen is a gas that contains two atoms and is present in almost 21% of the air we breathe, the remainder being nitrogen, a smaller quantity of carbon dioxide and some water vapour.
Ozone is a gas that occurs whenever oxygen is exposed to a powerful electric field, causing it to acquire a third oxygen atom.

If the three atoms come into contact with a contaminant molecule, one of the atoms quickly leaves the other two and attaches itself to the contaminant in an attempt to become more stable.

Instead of stability, however, this action causes a mini explosion that essentially destroys both the contaminant and the oxygen atom by turning them into carbon dioxide and hydrogen.
This small, microscopic process eliminates the extra oxygen atom and the contaminant, along with any odour or microbiology that came with it, leaving just a stable oxygen molecule remaining (once the Ozone has dissipated).
This process is called oxidation and therefore the only waste product is atmospheric oxygen.

Ozone The Positives

• Effectiveness – ozone is proven to combat bacteria, viruses, fungi, spores and biofilms.

• Fully automated disinfection system meaning no operator is required in the vicinity during treatment.  This saves money long term from not having to employee staff to physically sanitise the rooms/equipment each night.

• Complete coverage – being a gas, Ozone is guaranteed to get into hard to reach areas which may be missed during cleaning cycles.

• Leaves no residue – Ozone degrades back to oxygen 

• Health & Safety – Ozone technology has come a long way in the last 10 years and is now safer to use – still with an associated risk.

• Widely proven in the field – Ozone is widely used by European and American food factories to help disinfect storage rooms and production facilities. Major UK food manufactures are now embracing the technology to help combat persistent pathogens such as Listeria, E.Coli, Salmonella and Campylobacter.

• Extends shelf life of food products – as well as being a surface disinfectant, Ozone can also be used to extend the shelf life of produce because Ozone stops the production of ethylene given off by fruit and salads, thus they stay fresh longer.

• Removes all odours.

Ozone – The Negatives

• Very slow delivery method.

• Breathing even small amounts of ozone can be harmful. Symptoms include coughing, shortness of breath, and aggravation of lung diseases like asthma. At higher concentrations you can smell ozone, but it becomes harmful even at lower doses. For that reason, many countries have set an 8-hour exposure limit of 70 ppb (parts per billion) ozone. In the EU the limit is set even lower.

• Therefore, this is not a quick process or service with several consequences if not managed appropriately.

• So many options of machinery, different sizes, different levels of Ozone, could be confusing in getting the right machine to knowingly disinfect an area.

2. UV Fogging (Ultra Violet Light)

UV – The Science

UV disinfection machines are becoming more and more common in hospitals around the world. Traditionally they’ve been used to help disinfect rooms after they’ve housed a patient with a particularly high-risk infection.
UV light works in a number of ways depending on what it’s acting upon. It kills microorganisms by damaging Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA).

On a molecular level, UV breaks down the existing bonds in the DNA and causes new ones to form.
If DNA is the basic ‘code’ that allows living things to function and reproduce, the damage from UV light makes that code hard to ‘read.’ When it’s damaged enough, that microorganism can no longer survive or reproduce.
Coronavirus doesn’t actually have DNA  – it has a closely related type of genetic code made of ‘RNA’ (Ribonucleic acid) instead. However, we do know UV light can be effective against coronaviruses.

UV – Laymans Terms

UV light comes primarily from the sun, but there are also man-made sources of UV light, including tanning beds and UV disinfection lamps. 
There are three classes of UV light: UV-A, UV-B and UV-C.
UV-A and UV-B light cause sunburns and premature skin aging, and exposure to both is associated with the development of skin cancer.

UV-C light, which has the most energy of all three types, is the most harmful, but it fortunately doesn’t reach the Earth’s surface because it bounces off our ozone layer. 
However, there is also a synthetically manufactured UV-C light. It’s the manufactured light which is used in UV-C sanitizers claimed to kill the coronavirus.
According to the National Academy of Sciences, it’s probable that this is true and that UV-C does kill the COVID-19 coronavirus. This is because UV light has been used to disinfect surfaces and water for a long time, and was used over 100 years ago to kill flu viruses in hospitals. 
It works because UV-C light is strong enough to destroy the genetic material – either DNA or RNA – of viruses and bacteria.

UV – The Positives

• Chemical free.

• Can achieve Log Kill 6 (but generally achieves 4).

• Immediate entry to room after light is switched off.

• In principle, a simple plug in and go.

UV – The Negatives

• Varying types of bulbs – power, type of light, amount of UVC – confusing and in some cases untested (due to the rush to get to market since Covid-19).

• Huge variant on the market, difficult to know what is right for you.

• Significant training required.

• Shadows lower guaranteed coverage meaning it can take a long time to “light” a room.

• Contact with human (even for a few seconds) can be extremely harmful – area must be completely vacated (consider open plan offices or rooms with windows into another office).

• Areas must be cleaned prior to UV lighting or microscopic shadows will leave areas un-sanitised

3. ULV Fogging (Ultra Low Volume) (Perfect Outdoors)

The Science

ULV fogging machines are (generally) cold fogging machines that use large volumes of air at low pressures to transform liquid into droplets that are dispersed into the atmosphere.

This type of fogging machine can produce extremely small droplets with diameters ranging from 1–150 μm. ULV machines are used for applying pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, sterilizers, and disinfectants, amongst other chemicals.

The size of the droplet is very important as each application has an optimal droplet size. The optimum droplet sizes are between 5 and 20 μm for tackling Covid-19. 

Low volume refers to the amount of carrier fluid that is required with these types of machines. The droplets that are created are of such a small size that less carrier for the formulation is required to cover the intended surface area.

The best way to understand the concept of using less formulation to cover a larger surface area is to look at the mathematical side of the scenario. 

In the case where the diameter of a droplet is reduced to half its original size then the number of droplets that can be formed from the same volume of formulation will increase eight-fold.

If the droplet diameter is reduced to 10 percent of its original size, then the number of droplets that can be formed will increase one thousand-fold.

In this way the droplet diameter determines the number of droplets that will form.
ULV warm foggers are also available. In principle, these do exactly the same thing in the same way.

However, by heating the chemical, the formulation has a slightly further reach and achieves a smaller particle size.  

ULV is wet fogging, albeit the droplet size (which is adjustable on all machines) decides how wet or damp the surface will end up.

When it comes to dry or wet fog the main difference is the droplet size.

Dry fog usually has droplets that are 10 to 15 microns in diameter. This is because the droplets are so small that they create a seemingly dry fog.

On the other hand, a fog that has droplets that are 20 to 30 microns in diameter is considered wet fog. This fog appears to be wetter and more like a mist than a fog.

Where droplets are above 30 microns, the consistency is usually that of a mist or spray, not a fog. Electrostatic foggers (in many cases) are able to distribute droplets at 80 microns but in a fog and dry.


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ULV Fogging – Laymans Terms

An Ultra Low Volume (ULV) fogger is a simple to use system that can be applied with any chemical (disinfectant should be specifically used to kill Covid-19).

This is the most cost effective method of fogging on the market and creates a wet fog between 0-50µm. The droplets are larger than that of the electrostatic and mist/full room fog devices (meaning it will leave a wet residue).

This is not the most practical option for using in an office or environment with electric appliances and should be used with great care.

However, it does work well outdoors where larger droplets will not get carried away in the wind. 
This machine will disinfect areas it is directed towards by an operator, however, does create a large fog area so the spread is wide.

It will not disinfect with a 360 wrap so will leave some missed areas.

ULV Fogging – The Positives

• Least expensive method for fogging.

• Use a number of chemicals to achieve the same goal.

• Great for outdoor use (bus shelters, shopping centres, stadia).

ULV Fogging – The Negatives

• Leaves everything damp or even wet if distributed too close to an item.

• Doesn’t have 360 wrap-around – leaves areas untreated.

• Uses more chemical than any other device listed (albeit the chosen chemical may be significantly cheaper than the electrostatic counterpart).

• Machines are often noisy.

4. Fine Mist – Whole Room Fogging (Perfect Rooms)

Whole Room The Science

Applying a chemical disinfectant to production areas as a fog or mist is a method which has been used in the food industry for many years.
The purpose is to create and disperse a disinfectant aerosol to reduce the numbers of airborne micro-organisms and also to apply disinfectant to surfaces that may be difficult to reach.

Fogging is achieved using either a static, purpose-built system in a factory area with strategically placed nozzles or, more commonly, a mobile unit often seen in hospitals or offices.
The equipment supersaturates the atmosphere with a disinfectant fog and the area covered will vary depending on the application system being used.

A built-in system will typically be used for production areas greater than 200m3, with mobile units usually being employed for areas less than 200m3 (usually in about one hour).
After fogging, an additional period of between one and four hours is required to allow the air droplets to settle onto surfaces.

Whole Room -Laymans Terms

A fine mist is provided by a fogging machine that fills the space with a disinfectant chemical and kills the virus.

The duration of treatment is calculated based on the cubic metres of the space and advised by the manual of the machine being used.

Due to this method of “filling the void”, the whole room is disinfected (ceiling, walls etc).
All fire/smoke alarms must be covered or deactivated and HVAC vents fully covered with doors sealed (for maximum effect).

Whole Room – The Positives

• Switch on the machine and leave the room – allowing operators to multi-task when sanitising a large space.

• Can be used during the night, no staff required.

• Simple to use, little training required.

• Dry mist – it won’t soak everything.

• Machines are quiet.

Whole Room – The Negatives

• Uses more chemical.

• Disinfects where it lands, not necessarily under items, so risk of some small areas being missed.

• Long dwell time.

• Long set up time.

• Expensive machines to purchase (leasing is available).

5. Electrostatic Directional Spray Fogging (Perfect Indoors)

Electrostatic – The Science

By charging, through an electrostatic handset, the same hydrogen peroxide chemical (with a silver element) effectively draws it to “stick” and coat all items it is aimed towards.

Like ULV fogging this is directional fogging – point and coat, although as indicated earlier, ULV does mist, leave a wet residue and fill the room slightly more.

Electrostatic fogging achieves a 70% coverage (due to being directional and charged) as opposed to 30% ULV foggers achieve (tested on a curved surface).
When it comes to dry or wet fog the main difference is the droplet size. Dry fog usually has droplets that are 10 to 15 microns in diameter.

This is because the droplets are so small that they create a seemingly dry fog.

On the other hand, a fog that has droplets that are 20 to 30 microns in diameter is considered wet fog.

This fog appears to be wetter and more like a mist than a fog. All fogs whose droplets are above 30 microns are usually mists or sprays, not fogs.

Electrostatic foggers (in many cases) are able to distribute droplets at 80 microns but in a fog and remain dry.

ElectrostaticLaymans Terms

The process was originally referred to as electrostatic coating and was developed for use in manufacturing processes such as automobile painting.

By electrically charging small droplet size coatings, such as paint, a more even application could be achieved, and electrically charged droplets would be drawn to adhere to the obscured far side of surfaces being treated (creating a 360 degree wrap around objects and surfaces).
Further benefits included less product with a faster application.

The key to the development and adoption of this technology was how it helped liquid products, such as paints, that had no natural adhesion qualities when wet, adhere to vertical surfaces for long enough to bond during the drying process.
The technology then spread into horticulture, for both outdoor and indoor grow environments.

The electrostatically charged droplets enabled product to be easily applied to both the upper and under sides of the foliage, reducing the amount of product used.
In commercial cleaning it claims a better delivery of disinfectant products to surfaces, especially vertical surfaces to which the disinfectants have no natural ability to adhere.

Such equipment, when applying disinfectants, should only be used when the applicator is using appropriate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE).

It should also only be used when there are no other people in the immediate area.

ElectrostaticThe Positives

• Can apply disinfectant to items that are not “in view” (eg the underneath of desks and chairs).

• Allows disinfectant to “wrap” around items.

• Uses less chemical.

• Quieter than ULV foggers.

• The quickest of all fogging methods.

ElectrostaticThe Negatives

• Not as easy to set up as ULV

• Will not fill the room

• Expensive to purchase

6. Covid Cleaning Summary

Our Approach

As every business and every premises is unique we recognise that there is no one size fits all approach to creating a Covid – safe workplace.

Through our experience and expertise we typically undertake Electrostatic Directional Spray Fogging as prescribed by NAADUK.

It’s also worth noting, as the Covid-19 virus is capable of airborne transmission you should be aware that the virus can be transmitted via faecal air within washrooms and via the buildings air conditioning and ventilation systems.

Therefore, in order to prevent the spreading of pathogens and viruses through the air we breathe in buildings, you should clean and sanitise the ductwork. As with all sanitising for Covid-19 the Ductwork needs to be cleaned first in order for the disinfecting agent to be effective.

After cleaning we disinfect all ductwork by forcing a disinfecting agent through the ductwork to kill all pathogens and bacteria.

Aside from our usual specialist cleaning and building safety activities, we provide essential deep cleaning and decontamination activities for whole buildings to ensure that premises are not only visually clean but also free from harmful bacteria and viruses.

We’re conscious that the requirement to maintain a clean working environment is ever more paramount given the recent outbreaks of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

Touch-less disinfection has now become a critical service for facilities and premises throughout the UK.

Our clients who service naval bases, critical national infracatsure, emergency services, medical facilties and manufacturing plants are being incredibly diligent in looking for preventative measures and solutions against the virus, as well as reactive deep cleans in the event of a confirmed case of Coronavirus.

At Perfect Service Solutions we are able to offer both types of service often within 2-4 hours.

As your trusted service provider we can carry out a decontamination of your buildings via two methods:

We provide a certified and proven “Disinfection Certificate” for public/employee display with this service.

Please contact us for further details or to speak with one of our experts.

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