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California corona virus remediation

California corona virus remediation

At KVAC Environmental, we offer cleaning and disinfecting for the coronavirus (SARS Cov-2) for homes and offices. We offer unbeaten California coronavirus remediation services in compliance with CDC guidelines. With over 23 years of experience, we rank as the best waste management and disposal firm, and we offer exceptional California coronavirus response services.

Our Coronavirus (COVID-19) cleanup for small businesses

Small businesses like restaurants, coffee shops, grocery stores, patisseries, etc., must disinfect and clean all the hard surfaces in their establishment from time to time, to protect employees and customers from contracting the virus. We offer the best COVID 19 cleaning services at the lowest prices within the shortest turnaround time. We start by cleaning all non-porous surfaces in your place of business with a CDC recommended detergent and water. After a thorough cleaning, we use the EPA-registered household and commercial disinfectants to kill any germs, bacterias, or viruses in your establishment.

Trying to clean and disinfect your establishment by yourself can put you at high risk for contracting the virus, as you may not have the right type of gloves, masks, equipment, and cleaning products for the job. Also, we know the exact concentration, application method, and contact time with cleaning solutions and disinfectants better than anyone else. This way, we get the job done precisely in the shortest possible time.

Tips to protect your place of business from coronavirus

Make sure to clean and disinfect all hard surfaces such as doorknobs, desks, chairs, tables, walls, floors, and toilets using a hospital-grade cleaning solution and EPA-approved disinfectant. Also, be sure to use alcoholic wipes to clean all electronics and electrical appliances such as TVs, computers, laptops, etc., in your establishment.

Ask your employees to wear a glove and face mask at all times. If you run a service-based establishment such as a beauty salon, patisserie, restaurant, doctor’s office, etc., offer your customers/clients/patients with a hand sanitizer to clean their hands before entering your establishment.

How we offer coronavirus (COVID-19) decontamination and disposal services?

When we arrive at an establishment for COVID 19 cleaning and disinfection services, we target three main areas. These areas include:

  • Hard surfaces - Our team of technicians wear the best quality gloves and medical-grade masks exclusively designed for cleaning and disinfection of surfaces for COVID-19. We start by cleaning your walls, floors, tables, desks, doorknobs, air conditioners, toilets, and other areas using a hospital-grade detergent and water. After cleaning, we use EPA-registered disinfectants designed for commercial places to destroy germs, viruses, and bacteria.
  • Soft Surfaces - We use EPA approved cleaners to clean carpeted floor, drapes, and rugs in your establishment and dry them completely to remove any contamination
  • Electronics - For office-like establishments, we use 70% alcohol-based wipes and sprays to clean and disinfect tablets, touch screens, cell phones, keyboards, etc.

We offer Coronavirus cleaning and disinfection services in compliance with the CDC guidelines at affordable prices. Get in touch with one of us at KVAC Environmental now! Schedule a Coronavirus (COVID-19) decontamination and disposal service or visit https://kvacenv.com/contact/. We are a reliable service provider to specialize in California coronavirus remediation services.

California corona virus remediation
K-VAC Environmental Services, Inc.
+1 909-476-2308
8910 Rochester Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga CA 91730

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