Housing Associations & Sheltered Housing

Housing Associations have a duty of care to keep their properties decontaminated for their tenants. With potential tenants coming and going as well as vulnerable tenants, it is vital that housing associations and sheltered housing can quickly and thoroughly decontaminate their rooms. 

Rooms are used by people with unknown medical histories and occupations, meaning that they are high-risk areas for contamination. NHS workers using rooms to avoid spreading the virus to their homes, carriers who are symptomless or those with pre-existing medical issues are possible clients.

Decontamination is needed to assure visitors and staff that they are in a safe environment. With multiple rooms, floors and non-customer facing areas, such as kitchens, decontamination is needed to rid the premises of COVID-19 particles completely.