Our Deep Cleaning and Decontamination processes adhere to guidelines set by the UK Government and expert bodies within Public Health England. Here are some of the frequently asked questions we get asked about our deep cleaning and decontamination service.
Deep Cleaning and Decontamination FAQ
A deep clean is the highest form of clean, where everything is decontaminated from top to bottom. This is a process that goes above and beyond a standard clean and ensures all areas are hygienic.
Pure Decon provide deep cleaning and decontamination services for a variety of sectors. Our Deep cleaning includes thorough decontamination of all surfaces. You can find out more about our deep cleaning on our Services page or alternatively you can call us 0161 821 9999.
Yes – Pure Decon deep clean and decontaminate a range of commercial and public sector buildings. From schools and hospitals to hotels and gyms. Please visit our Commercial and Public Sector Deep Cleaning pages for further information.
Yes – Pure Decon are able to work outside of usual trading hours to meet your needs and to ensure the deep clean does not impede on your usual business operations. All of our deep clean technicians hold a DBS certificate so you can trust them to deep clean your setting without you being there.
Yes – we understand that sticking to a strict schedule does not work for everyone, that’s why Pure Decon make it as easy as possible for you to book in single deep cleans as and when you please.
Pure Decon’s Rapid Response teams are available 24-hours a day, 365-days a year – call us today on 0161 821 9999.
Every setting is different, so Pure Decon capture your specific cleaning requirements during each booking.
Each setting is unique. Our fees will take into account factors such as the size of area that needs to be decontaminated and the time taken to achieve this.
Pure Decon provides Deep Cleaning in Manchester and various other areas in and around the north-west. Pure Decon tend to focus on the north of the country – typically a 100-mile radius outside of Manchester. We do, however, offer national coverage for larger deep clean and decontamination projects.
Yes, Pure Decon is fully insured.
Pure Decon take feedback seriously. In the unlikely event you experience any concerns or difficulties, please telephone us on 0161 821 9999 or e-mail [email protected] and we will do our utmost to resolve any issue(s) immediately.
Yes! Your deep cleans are fully flexible until 18:00 the day before the deep clean – you can reschedule, skip or cancel any deep clean before this time without incurring any charge.
If you need to cancel or reschedule a deep clean after this cut-off time, you may be charged for the deep clean. The reason for this is we are unable to re-assign the team on such short notice.
All of our technicians hold a DBS certificate and are accredited by the Royal Society of Public Health. Our teams are carefully selected and rigorously trained in line with standards set by the UK government.
You can pay in a variety of ways including standing order, cash, bank transfer or even invoice depending on the circumstances.
Yes. You can schedule a regular clean every fortnight, week, or more than weekly. If you would like to schedule a monthly visit, you can do this by booking a one-off visit every month. Call us on 0161 821 9999 to discuss your requirements.
Our Rapid Response teams are available 24-hours a day, 365 days a year. Pure Decon offer Emergency Cleaning services, call our Rapid Response line on 0161 821 9999 to discuss any urgent requirements.
Yes! In the unlikely even you are not satisfied with our services, please contact us within 48-hours and we’ll send another technician out (free-of-charge) to resolve any issues.
This really depends on the work involved! If you tell us the correct information about a job, Pure Decon will send a suitable team to complete the job in half a day to a full day. The time involved really depends on your setting and requirements.
Our unique approach to deep cleaning means we validate all of our work for Sterility Assurance. Our Hygiene Monitoring system is recommended by Public Health England. This measures if organisms are alive after decontamination and the systems detects down to 0.1 femtomoles of Adenosine triphosphate (ATP). A femtomole is a billionth of a millionth of a mole.