Contagious Disease Cleanup

As we continue our fight against COVID-19, we need to know that the location where we gather is safe and sanitary. Allen Keith and CleanTech understand that we all have a different definition of cleanliness. Because our shield appears on the front doors of local businesses, you can be confident that they are clean. This pathogen prevention and defense cleaning technique goes above and beyond standard janitorial cleaning procedures.

Building trust in the United States is a top priority for Allen Keith and CleanTech. Because we have over 40 years of viral pathogen cleaning experience, you can expect a higher level of cleanliness at your local businesses!

Our Process for Contagious Disease Cleanup

  • Consult: We tailor a cleaning program to each company’s specific requirements.
  • Clean: Using EPA-approved hospital-grade cleaning solutions, our trained professionals clean all touchpoints and surrounding surfaces in accordance with the CDC’s cleaning and decontamination standards.
  • Certify: The shield we place on the front window of a business represents their commitment to the safety and well-being of their employees, clients and neighbors.

Customers today have higher expectations for the cleanliness of your establishment. Maintaining a clean business or commercial property is more important than ever in the ongoing battle against the epidemic because it gives customers confidence to gather there. Contagious disease cleanup is a revolutionary pathogen defense cleaning method that goes much deeper than standard janitorial services.

You can rely on Allen Keith and the CleanTech team to keep your business spotless so that your clients and employees can relax.

The decontamination and cleaning of an interior space that has been exposed to a potentially harmful pathogen must be done with extreme caution. Allen Keith Construction‘s contagious disease cleanup and biohazard experts are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to respond to emergencies.

contagious disease cleaning
contagious disease cleanup

Allen Keith and CleanTech can professionally clean residential homes, small and large businesses, schools and universities, commercial buildings, factories and plants, government facilities and more. Our contagious disease cleanup defensive cleaning program specifically addressed COVID-19. To help reduce transmission, we offer preventative cleaning as well as cleaning after a possible or proven exposure.

Our specialists are expertly outfitted with their specific Personal protective Equipment (PPE) when performing COVID-19 cleaning. Allen Keith and CleanTech personnel have been trained in the safe handling of these contaminants in accordance with CDC and other governmental agency regulations.

Here are Some Ideas to Help Prevent the Spread of COVID-19 in your Workplace

The CDC recommends the following steps to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in your workplace.

  • Light switches and doorknobs, for example, should be cleaned at least once a day. Consider disinfecting more frequently in high-traffic areas or indoor settings, such as offices, classrooms or commercial facilities, to help protect your customers and employees from possible infection.
  • Make sure you have EPA-registered disinfectants, sanitizing solutions and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) like gloves and masks on hand, if you work in a healthcare facility.
  • Wear face masks to avoid spreading the virus to others in your community.
  • To ensure that your workplace is safe for your employees and visitors, hire a cleaning service for contagious disease cleanup who specializes in the coronavirus cleaning process can fully clean and disinfect your property’s surfaces.

Businesses that want to avoid an outbreak in their facilities can turn to Allen Keith and CleanTech for customized COVID-19 contagious disease cleanup and disinfection services. Because of our national disinfection expertise, more than 40 years of experience and specialized talents in delivering cleaning services to healthcare facilities, we are prepared to meet the specific needs that this pandemic has created.