Coronavirus decontamination and deep-cleaning service

We are offering Coronavirus decontamination and deep-cleaning service to help prevent and control the spread or coronavirus. Keep your staff and customers safe.

It is very important that well handles and high traffic areas are deep cleaned, such as reception areas, kitchen and eating areas, bathrooms, doors, handles, light switches, chairs, tables.

  • Licensed and Certified for use of Killgerm PX ULV Disinfectant treatment and ULV machines
  • Well trained technicians
  • Specialist equipment and protective gear


Effective against viruses, pathogens, bacteria, micoorganisms, fungi and molds

We clean all types of premises

  • Homes
  • Hotels
  • Shopping Malls
  • Schools, Colleges and Universities
  • Leisure centres
  • Food Sites
  • Churches
  • Office Buildings
  • Medical facilities
  • Sports Facilities
  • Businesses – small and large
  • Warehouses

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What is Coronavirus

Coronavirus is a virus originating in China which causes respiratory infections. Coronavirus is medically named Covid-19 and is expected to spread all over the globe.

A World Health Organization examination of data from 56,000 patients suggests:

  • 6% become critically ill – lung failure, septic shock, organ failure and risk of death
  • 14% develop severe symptoms – difficulty breathing and shortness of breath
  • 80% develop mild symptoms – fever and cough and some may have pneumonia

Who is at risk?

People with pre-existing medical conditions such as asthma, diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease.

Pregnant women and people over the age of 70’s especially need to be caucious and self-isolation is recommended.

Fever, followed by a dry cough and then within a week a tight chest or shortness of breath is experienced.

The symptoms are similar to the common cold or flu.

Patients with mild symptoms – such as a new continuous cough or a high temperature above 37.8C should self-isolate at home for at least seven days, according to the latest advice issued by Public Health England.

People are being advised not to ring NHS 111 to report their symptoms unless they are worried. They should also not go to their GP, or A&E. The NHS is experiencing very high call volumes and so accessing NHS 111 online is recommended.

If you have come into contact with somebody who may be infected, you may be told to self-isolate. Advice for people who have travelled back to the UK from affected areas and who may need to self-isolate, has been issued.

Other countries have introduced their own measures For example, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advises people showing symptoms to call their healthcare provider, and those who are mildly ill to self-isolate.

The World Health Organization has also issued advice for the public.