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Why Choose PuroClean of Terre Haute for Coronavirus Cleanup?

“Coronavirus” is an umbrella term for many types of viruses that have been known to cause respiratory diseases in both people and animals. The 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19; previously 2019-nCoV) is a new strain that has been recently discovered and publicized worldwide. PuroClean of Terre Haute uses the PuroClean RapidDefense™ system to provide deep mitigation cleaning in areas compromised by a Coronavirus or Influenza outbreak. Using this process, the team at PuroClean of Terre Haute will carefully contain the area and will minimize the risk of pathogens spreading using The Environmental Protection Agency-registered (EPA) products. If there are any lingering odors, our trained technicians will deodorize the area and return your Terre Haute, IN area property back to its pre-loss condition with empathy and care.

PuroClean RapidDefense™

Our PuroClean RapidDefense Program™ is the best way to deep-clean public spaces and is the standard by which we approach all Coronavirus cleanup projects. Our system helps stop the spread of pathogen-based illnesses, such as Coronavirus, Influenza, and MRSA. The Environmental Protection Agency-registered (EPA) safe products provide defense against contamination and minimize the risk of pathogens spreading.

Safety as a Priority

It is vital to perform Coronavirus cleanup with special attention to safety and industry and OSHA standards. Our trained technicians wear special Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to keep themselves safe. They also contain the area, taking the appropriate steps to keep you and your family or employees safe as well.

Compassionate Service

We at PuroClean of Terre Haute know that this may be a challenging time for your family or workplace. As we work to mitigate your home or business, we pledge to treat your space and belongings with the utmost respect and care.

PuroClean’s Coronavirus Deep Mitigation Cleaning Process

Based on the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), our technicians will provide intensified cleaning of visibly dirty surfaces, high touch-points, and any other areas that may have been impacted by the virus. This process includes the use of EPA-registered hospital-grade disinfectants for the cleaning of COVID-19 (coronavirus) contamination and other viral respiratory illnesses in commercial, institutional, and home environments.

For Terre Haute, IN Coronavirus Cleaning Services, Call PuroClean of Terre Haute, IN Now at (812) 514-8555

A very good way to limit the spread of the virus is by the deep mitigation cleaning of all touch-point surfaces, along with the use of EPA-registered disinfectants. This type of cleaning can be done in commercial properties, institutions and residential homes alike. At this time, the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread, causing government leaders and healthcare experts to compel the public to take every necessary precaution for personal protection. The coronavirus cleaning services we offer assists in reducing contamination risk related to the COVID-19 outbreak. Get in touch with your local PuroClean office for additional information regarding how we can assist you in the cleaning of your property.

What we know about how Covid-19 Spreads

Person-to-Person Spreading

“Person-to-Person” has been known to be the most widely known way COVID-19 is spread. This takes place with those who are in close contact with one another (within about 6 feet). Droplets produced by the respiratory system when an infected person coughs or sneezes land on the face, mouths or noses of anyone within range. Furthermore, these droplets can be inhaled into lungs.

Spread from contact with contaminated surfaces or objects

As stated by the CDC, there is a possibility that someone can contract COVID-19 by touching a surface or object with the virus on it and then placing their hand on their own mouth, nose, or even their eyes.

PuroClean of Terre Haute Coronavirus Cleaning Process:

Planning & Organization for Terre Haute, IN Coronavirus Cleaning

We begin by completing a full inspection of your home or office premises. We will then decide what level of containment you need and pass on the action plan to you.

Coronavirus Procedures for On-site Cleaning

Initially, Puroclean professionals will arrive at your location and conduct a preliminary inspection to make sure the area is ready for our cleaning services. Afterwards the plan of the work is determined by PuroClean, in order to complete the project as quickly as possible.

We pay special attention to these areas when doing coronavirus cleaning in Terre Haute, IN:

Facility Cleaning

  • Locker rooms
  • Kitchens
  • Cafeterias
  • Playgrounds
  • Breakrooms
  • Restrooms
  • Nursing homes
  • Daycare Facilities
  • Gymnasiums & Equipment
  • Health centers
  • School facilities
  • Carpeted areas

Contents Cleaning

  • Toys
  • Bedding
  • Towels
  • Desks
  • Exercise mats
  • Chairs
  • Hard-surface material
  • Drinking fountains
  • Vending Machines

We Prioritize Safety

While Puroclean is working on biohazard removal, special focus and adherence to safety, industry, and OSHA standards is highly important. Also, our biohazard removal is addressed by technicians who will wear appropriate protective equipment, also known as PPE (Personal Protective Equipment). PuroClean will section off the areas to undergo the cleaning process, using caution so as to protect customers, their families, and PuroClean employees.

Our PPE (Personal Protective Equipment

All of the PuroClean professionals are required to wear PPE. The protective equipment includes a full-face respirator that provides protection from any type of splashes contacting the mucous membranes in the mouth, nose, and eyes. Additionally, our technicians wear Biohazard protective coveralls, Nitrile gloves, and covers over their shoes.

EPA-registered Hospital-grade Products

Our extensively trained and certified technicians use EPA-registered hospital-grade disinfectant products, such as towelettes, containing pharmaceutical ingredients that meet OSHA’s bloodborne pathogen standard against diseases like the coronavirus and other disease-causing bacteria, viruses, tuberculosis, mold, and mildew.

PuroClean Cleaning Materials for Coronavirus Calls

The cleaning materials our technicians typically use include:

  1. Microfiber wipes, brushes and cleaning sponges
  2. Pressure or Trigger sprayers
  3. Tape for Sealing Industrial Garbage Bags
  4. Buckets and Mops
  5. Portable carpet extractor for cleaning carpets and upholstery

Procedures for the Application for Disinfectant

Depending on the circumstances, Puroclean technicians apply EPA-registered hospital grade disinfectants using three techniques.

  1. Spray application: The most common method and can be used when the item or surface is visibly free of dirt or soil. This process uses a pump or electric sprayer.
  2. Disinfecting towelettes: If any surface or item has visible light soil or dirt our preferred practice is disinfecting towelettes. They are used with a pump or electric sprayer on locations or items that are visibly free of soil and dirt.
  3. Microfiber wipes and/or pads: These are used along with cleaning products in a spray bottle, properly labeled. Using them is an alternative to using pre-treated disinfecting towelettes.

Cleaning Surfaces and Materials that are Porous

Synthetic carpets, rugs, curtains, and upholstery – Our technicians will either clean these items manually or, for machine cleaning, they will apply approved disinfectants for textiles and carpets and then extract where applicable.

Natural fabrics, rugs, curtains, and upholstery must be cleaned in accordance with the manufacturer’s guidelines.

Important: Washing machines should always be disinfected after contaminated materials are washed. For the disinfecting of clothing, linens and other personal fabrics, contaminated articles are to be laundered following instructions on each label.

Tanned leather materials – We can clean these materials by wiping the surfaces with a lightly moistened cloth with disinfectant solution or disinfectant towelettes.

Nu-buck and suede leather material: These garments are to be cleaned in accordance with the manufacturer’s guidelines.

Concrete, cinder block, wood, plywood, and oriented strand board (OSB) – Cleaned by applying the disinfectant solution directly onto the items.

HVAC system – External ductwork surfaces, grills, grates, and registers should be cleaned with a disinfectant solution. The interior surfaces of HVAC ductwork and components need to be cleaned in accordance with industry guidelines by a licensed HVAC contractor or NADCA certified duct cleaner.

Deodorization

Normally, when the affected area has been cleaned and starts to dry, the odors will disappear. Our trained professionals will decide, however, whether any further deodorization is required.

Our Promise

We understand that a biohazard event can be sensitive and stressful and must be handled with empathy, care and discretion. PuroClean restoration professionals are fully licensed and certified to follow all applicable laws and standards to remediate incidents safely.

RESPECTFUL: Our biohazard cleaning technicians treat every affected area and item respectfully and professionally, as if it were their own.

HIGHEST STANDARDS: PuroClean uses proven products approved to provide protection, reduce the likelihood of spreading pathogens and prevent contamination.

ADVANCED CLEANING SYSTEM: PuroClean RapidDefense is an effective procedure used to start the disinfection process of public places the most effective and safe way possible. Our process uses sanitizers that help prevent virus and other pathogen-based contamination in areas nearby.

Proper Equipment Cleaning and Disinfection

Prior to leaving a site that was once contaminated with the coronavirus, our team will do a thorough cleaning of all equipment and tools used in the coronavirus cleanup with an EPA-registered hospital-grade disinfectant.

Per the CDC, Cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces are the recommended actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases, like coronavirus. Since any surface can be re-contaminated after cleaning, and because the coronavirus is also spread person-to-person, PuroClean’s services are not guaranteed to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html) for more information regarding coronavirus, its spread, and prevention.

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Expert Coronavirus Cleanup Service

To achieve a more thorough cleanup of properties, consider professional, deep mitigation cleaning with PuroClean of Terre Haute.

“Best service we’ve ever had. Not only professional but treated you like family. Very prompt and courteous.”

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