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The most common way Coronaviruses spread is by close person to person contact and through contaminated surfaces.

Prevention is Very Important

PROTECT YOURSELF FROM RISKS: Be sure to maintain 6 feet from others, and take special precautions around individuals who are coughing and sneezing.
DON’T PUT YOUR HANDS ON YOUR FACE: Resist touching your face, due to the possibility of spreading viruses. Your hands come into contact with many surfaces that may be contaminated. Touching your eyes, nose or mouth with contaminated hands can cause the virus to enter your body.
IF YOU’RE FEELING BAD, DON’T GO OUT: Exercise caution by seeking medical attention and calling in advance if you are feverish, short of breath and coughing.

What You Should Be Doing

WASH YOUR HANDS OFTEN: Be sure to wash your hands thoroughly using soap and water or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. This shall kill any virus that may contaminate your hands.
SELF-QUARANTINE WHEN TRAVELLING : If you have been somewhere that a viral infection case is known to have been, or if you’re currently in that place, please self quarantine yourself for at least 14 days to stop any unnecessary transmission or spread of the virus.

Sanitizing and Cleaning

Puroclean technicians will clean and sanitize the high touchpoint areas, such as offices, vehicles and common areas. Our technicians will use hospital-grade disinfectants in these areas.

Creating the Safest Environment Possible

Although chemical disinfectants are capable of killing viruses, limitations exist. When a disinfected area dries, there is no lasting protection. Also, the disinfectants have to be applied in the right concentration on a clean surface and left wet for the dwell time specific to that particular product. After drying occurs, the surface can again be contaminated by touch, cough or sneeze.

Our Professional Prevention Services Include:

Cleaning & Sanitizing of:

  • School facilities
  • Drinking fountains
  • Vending machines
  • Vehicles
  • Daycare centers
  • Cafeterias
  • Gymnasiums & equipment
  • Health centers
  • Carpeted areas
  • Kitchens
  • Breakrooms
  • Restrooms
  • Door knobs
  • Desks
  • Chairs
  • Light switches

Benefits and Features:

Accepted, registered and available quickly worldwide.
Can be used on nearly all surfaces and materials.
Eliminates or combats objectionable odours, unsightly stains, and product deterioration.
Physically controls microorganisms on contact.
It does not rub off or migrate into the environment or onto the skin.

Our industry-certified professionals can protect your property using safe, quick and effective processes that prevent, or remove, harmful particles from the environment. Our service is peace of mind and help when it’s needed most.

PuroClean of Ottawa East responds with
urgency and sensitivity


24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you with your cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting needs.

Expert Cleanup Service

To achieve a more thorough cleanup of properties, consider professional, deep mitigation cleaning with PuroClean of Ottawa East.

FAQ

How can I keep my home sterilized when taking care of someone with COVID-19?

As with any virus, the Coronavirus spreads when an infected person coughs or sneezes, and any respiratory droplets come in

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Can I use household products to prevent the Coronavirus?

There is no proven home remedy for this virus.  Extreme heat or cold, nasal saline solutions, eating or applying garlic

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What is Coronavirus?

“Coronavirus” is an umbrella term for many types of viruses. This group of viruses has been known for decades and

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Can pets at home spread the new Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, also known as COVID-19)?

There is currently no evidence that household pets can be infected with or transmit the Coronavirus.  However, the CDC recommends

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How can I properly disinfect my home to keep it germ-free during my pregnancy after someone sick has visited my home?

As of March 17, 2020, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) does not have information specifically regarding how pregnant women are reacting

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