Medical Center Cleaning

Office Cleaning

We guarantee the impeccable and healthy cleanliness that your clinic needs.

Asepsis cleaning is very different from conventional cleaning.

People who perform this work need specific training and guidance on critical and non-critical area clean-up and disinfection protocols.

They need to wear personal protective equipment (such as masks, gloves, and caps) when they take care of area and surfaces that may be contaminated with microorganisms.

In addition, they need to be trained on how to properly handle and apply hospital chemicals and disinfectants in areas that may be contaminated and need to be cleaned.

They need to know the correct competing cleaning procedures done with patient in the room, as well as terminal cleaning, which requires special attention from the points of great human contact such as desks, telephones, door knobs, light switches, television remote controls, as well as Upper parts, side, patient bedrest in addition to the toilets.

All done from top to bottom, to ensure that no surface is overlooked.

Cleaning Medical Areas
Cleaning Business Rooms


. Use of the Limpidus color code on the utensils used to avoid cross-contamination.

. Use of microfiber technology on all cleaning cloths and floor mopping to reduce dust and facilitate the removal of dirt.

. Use of "flat-mops" technology to increase efficiency, improve soil removal and eliminate the possibility of cross-infection

. Use of hospital disinfectants based on quaternary ammonia

. Use of vacuum cleaners equipped with HEPA filter, with retention and filtration capacity up to .3 microns.

. Use of "No touch" cleaning technologies that facilitate the removal of dirt and allow better results on contaminated surfaces.