COVID-19 Essential Cleaning and Disinfecting

Helping local hospitals, schools, gyms and businesses

FLUX RESTORATION
EPA Certified Cleaning Experts

Flux Restoration’s team of certified cleaning experts have extensive training and experience in decontaminating facilities (including warehouses, hospitals, schools, and gyms) from bacteria and viruses such as Ebola, types of norovirus, MRSA and similar strains of coronavirus. Our team is ready to assist in proactive cleaning, potential exposures and confirmed cases of COVID-19 cleaning.

COVID-19 Essential Cleaning
and Disinfecting

The demand for deep cleaning and disinfecting services are at an all time high with Coronavirus and COVID-19 on everyone’s mind. Now it’s more important than ever to provide a safer environment for businesses, multi-family homes, commercial centers, food service, retail stores, government offices and industrial facilities.

We are equipped with the latest technology for interior and exterior cleaning of buildings and public places including places you many not think to clean.

•Detailed Touch Point Cleaning
•Misting application of horizontal surfaces
•Application of Disinfectants by Experts
•Pressure Washing
Commercial Facilities:
We know that daily operations are the main concern of businesses. When you’re out of business due to COVID-19, that’s a tremendous revenue loss. We can help you day or night to get your business back up and running if you ever have an outbreak. Our main goal is to protect employees, customers/clients/patients and the general public

Our Process:
We laser focus on high traffic areas and touch points including entryways, lobbies, office spaces, computers, desks, elevator buttons, keyboards, shopping carts, floors, tables, chairs, rails, and counters. We are trained to see and find all touch points that may not come easily to the untrained eye like elevator buttons and phone keypads.
Coronavirus Cleaning & Disinfecting
Advanced Technology
Return to your workspaces safely knowing that your facility was cleaned and disinfected with advanced technology up to the CDC, EPA and OSHA standards.
Our technicians are OSHA certified and HAZWOPER 40 trained to clean and disinfect COVID-19 from any type of facility.
We have cleaned and disinfected hospitals, clinics, gyms, manufacturing plants and entire high rise offices in Los Angeles.
Our virucides are proven to be effective against enveloped viruses and pathogens such as:

•  Bactericidal Activity (Pseudomonas & Streptococcus)
•  Antibiotic-Resistant  Bactericidal Activity (MRSE & PRSP)
•  Virucidal Activity (H1N1, HIV-1 & Rhinovirus)

YES OPEN
Reopen With Confidence
Reassure Your Employees and Customers by Scheduling Regular Cleaning and Disinfection of your Business
FLUX RESTORATIONS CLEANING PROCEDURES
  1. Wipe Down of all major touch points using EPA approved disinfectants
  2. Misting of all areas to reach tough access points
  3. Using Hydroxyl Generators with UV lights to disinfect.
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Reopen with Confidence

Our process includes a safety checklist and guidance on how to properly return to your business safely. It is very confusing navigating all the new protocols,that is why our team of experts are here to help make that transition as smooth as possible.

Building Inspection and Safety

Our team of experts are trained in building safety and biohazards such as mold remediation, asbestos, lead, HVAC, duct cleaning and disinfection. When we clean your facility, we look out for potential hazards during our inspections so you can return to work safely.

24 Hour Outbreak Cleaning

We understand that COVID-19 will strike out of nowhere and your business needs to keep operating, that is why our team is dedicated to 24/7 service day or night to get your building cleaned with no excuses. We make it simple in this time of uncertainty.

COVID-19 Cleaning and Disinfecting Service
Level 1
Precautionary Deep Cleaning
1
  • No known case of COVID-19
  • Maintain safety and clean environment
  • Touch point and high traffic area cleaning
  • Application of products on EPA List N
Level 2
Potential COVID-19 Exposure Cleaning
2
  • Potential case of COVID-19
  • CDC recommended cleaning
  • Full deep cleaning
  • High levels of PPE required
Level 3
Confirmed COVID-19 Cleaning
3
  • Tested positive for COVID-19
  • Complete disinfection and cleaning
  • Level 3 cleaning protocol
  • Max level of PPE required
Disinfecting Service & Deep Cleaning
DESK CLEANING

Flux Restoration is utilizing Aerosol Research & Engineering Lab (ARE) tested hydroxyl generators that have a kill rate between 4 and 5 log reductions (99.99%-99.999%) within 2 hours. These radicals are scientifically known to react one million times faster than ozone, bleach, or other cleaning agents, proven to kill enveloped viruses.

Detailed Touch Point Cleaning Service
A wipe down and disinfection service that targets high traffic areas and main touch points such as door knobs, computer keyboards, printers, desks etc. This service can include setup of hydroxyls, disinfecting mist/fog using EPA approved products and wipe down of the touch points.
COVID-19 Decontamination and Disinfecting Solution
MAJOR MASK DUDE

Public facilities and businesses with confirmed cases of COVID-19 will need a customized protocol specific to the site plans to ensure proper protocols are met. We will work with customers to develop a customized plan. If you cannot hire a certified hygienist to assist with a protocol, Flux Restoration will follow CDC recommended guidelines to clean.

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FLUX RESTORATIONS CLEANING PROCEDURES CLEANING SOULUTIONS

Deep cleaning and wipe down of common and high traffic areas of facility

Disposal of all waste and bio-hazards

Personal protective equipment and respiratory protection for all staff

Disposal of all waste and bio-hazards

Decontamination and Disinfecting with EPA Registered Products and Hydroxyl Cleaners

Verification of cleanliness through ATP Testing

FAQ
1. How does COVID-19 spread?
The primary mode of transmission is person-to-person. The virus spreads by being in close contact (within about 6 ft.) with an infected person or through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes. The droplets can then land on a person’s mouth or nose or possibly be inhaled into the lungs. An infected person not exhibiting symptoms can also transmit the virus to other people. It is also possible that the virus may spread from touching a surface that has the virus on it and then touching your mouth, nose or eyes.
2. What should I do if I have had close contact with someone who has COVID-19?
Be alert for symptoms. Watch for fever, cough, shortness of breath, or other symptoms of COIVD-19. Take your temperature and follow CDC guidance if you have symptoms.
3. How long should I self-quarantine for if I’ve been exposed to COVID-19?
Per CDC guidelines, the amount of time that you will be on self-quarantine is 14 days from the last day of exposure to COVID-19.
4. What cleaning products should I use to protect against COVID-19?
Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces such as tables, doorknobs, light switches, countertops, handles, desks, phones, keyboards, toilets, faucets, and sinks. If surfaces are dirty, clean them using detergent or soap and water prior to disinfection. To disinfect, most common EPA-registered household disinfectants will work. See CDC’s Recommendations for household cleaning and disinfection.
5. What is the difference between cleaning and disinfecting?
Cleaning with soap and water removes germs, dirt, and impurities from surfaces. It lowers the risk of spreading infection. Disinfection kills germs on surfaces. By killing germs on a surface after cleaning, it can further lower the risk of spreading infection.
6. Is cleaning alone effective against the coronavirus disease?
Cleaning does not kill germs, but by removing them, it lowers their numbers and the risk of spreading infection. If a surface may have gotten the virus on it from a person with or suspected to have COVID-19, the surface should be cleaned and disinfected. Disinfecting kills germs on surfaces.
7. How do I clean and disinfect machinery or equipment?
Current evidence, though still preliminary, suggests that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, may remain viable for hours to days on surfaces made from a variety of materials. It may be possible that a person can get COVID-19 by touching a surface or object that has the virus on it and then touching their own mouth, nose, or possibly their eyes, but this is not thought to be the main way the virus spreads.

If the machinery or equipment in question are not accessible to employees or have not been in contact with someone infected with COVID-19, they will not present an exposure hazard.
If machinery or equipment are thought to be contaminated and can be cleaned, follow the CDC cleaning and disinfection recommendations. First clean dirty surfaces with soap and water. Second, disinfect surfaces using products that meet EPA’s criteria for use against SARS-Cov-2external iconexternal icon and are appropriate for the surface.

If machinery or equipment are thought to be contaminated and cannot be cleaned, they can be isolated. Isolate papers or any soft (porous) surfaces for a minimum of 24 hours before handling. After 24 hours, remove soft materials from the area and clean the hard (non-porous) surfaces per the cleaning and disinfection recommendations. Isolate hard (non-porous) surfaces that cannot be cleaned and disinfected for a minimum of 7 days before handling.
8. Can Janitorial staff clean COVID-19?
This section provides guidance for environmental services (i.e., janitorial, cleaning) workers. This guidance supplements the general interim guidance for U.S. workers and employers of workers with potential occupational exposures to SARS-CoV-2, including the detailed section on Environmental Cleaning and Decontamination. Note that workers performing environmental services or janitorial tasks in healthcare settings, particularly where they may be exposed to suspected or confirmed COVID-19 patients, may need protections described in the Healthcare Workers and Employers section.

Employers should remain alert of changing outbreak conditions, including as they relate to community spread of the virus and testing availability, and implement infection prevention measures accordingly. As states or regions satisfy the gating criteria to progress through the phases of the guidelines for Opening up America Again, employers will likely be able to adapt this guidance to better suit evolving risk levels and necessary control measures in their workplaces.

Employers should assess the hazards to which their workers may be exposed; evaluate the risk of exposure; and select, implement, and ensure workers use controls to prevent exposure. The table below provides examples of environmental services work tasks associated with the exposure risk levels in OSHA’s occupational exposure risk pyramid, which may serve as a guide to employers in this sector.