Commercial Disinfection Services
Coronavirus Cleaning and Decontamination
The coronavirus pandemic has made commercial cleaning and disinfection services essential to running a business. If you work as a government contractor, or manage an office space, you expect a quick and coordinated response. From our initial scope of work, to logistics and execution, we will guide you through every step.
If you have a Coronavirus outbreak in your building or facility,
please contact us at 703-212-7000
ServiceMaster NCR is the largest disinfection company in the Washington, DC metropolitan area and has been in business for over 35 years. We regularly service secure government buildings, military bases, and other spaces requiring a high level of sensitivity and logistical planning. Regardless of the size of your project, we are staffed and equipped to handle it
Our staff is trained in commercial decontamination / disinfection and have treated multiple buildings exposed to SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for COVID-19. We have also completed numerous projects for similar outbreaks, such as: Norovirus, MRSA, and Tuberculosis.
The products we use for coronavirus cleaning and disinfection are all eligible to be used against SARS-CoV-2, based on the EPA’s Emerging Viral Pathogen Policy. Our technicians employ full PPE, including HEPA respirators, and follow strict safety protocols above and beyond the minimum standards set by the CDC. We are licensed, insured, and carry multiple industry designations. To learn more about our team and view our qualifications, please visit our about page.
Coronavirus Disinfection Services – Testimonial
Rating: , Review by P.W., Arlington, VA
I am so pleased in the way the project is unfolding. The ServiceMaster crew is excellent and large (10-12) and easy to work with. I met with them today at [our offices] and I was very impressed as were the officers on duty. Around 7pm last night it was decided to hold off on the 2nd floor until we can do the work around our work schedule. We will work hard to schedule the process in a day or two. Of course I surely hope we don’t have to do this again but I am thrilled with the process this weekend. I will send out an “all clear” when they are done tomorrow night.
We are in close communication with medical professionals, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), government agencies, and internal teams to stay on top of the evolving COVID-19 situation.
If you are looking for more general information about the disease, or how to prevent infection, we have provided the CDC’s guidelines below, as well as some links we have found useful.
What is COVID-19? An outbreak of a respiratory illness was reported in Wuhan, China in 2019. The World Health Organization named the illness COVID-19, the “CO” stands for Corona, “VI” for virus, and “D” for Disease. “19” refers to 2019 – when the virus was first reported.