Facility Cleaning


Deep clean to combat against COVID-19 and/or other viruses.

This deep clean will consist of a combination of hand wiping and/or utilizing an electrostatic sprayer to apply a disinfectant/solution that is EPA registered for use against the cause of COVID-19 to accessible targeted surfaces. These surfaces could consist of hard surfaces, furniture, equipment, etc.

Accessible Objects (e.g. Medical equipment, Computers, Documents and electronics) will be disinfected utilizing a mobile UVC Light Handheld Wand.

Based on CDC Guidelines, particular attention will be given to:

  • Workstations
  • Counter tops
  • Doorknobs/Handles
  • Elevator/Buttons
  • Security Card Readers
  • Faucets
  • Escalator handrails

Not only can Hughes Environmental help disinfect your facility, we can help verify that certain areas of your facility are clean with our COVID-19 hard surface testing. A member of Hughes Environmental will swab high-touch areas around your facility to detect the presence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus (COVID-19 or coronavirus) on surfaces based on the CDC 2019-nCoV Real-Time RT-PCR Diagnostic Panel protocol.

From infection control for duct cleaning in hospitals to OSHA confined space training and fall protection when working from lifts, Hughes Environmental’s technicians are experienced and trained to meet your facility’s safety requirements. We’ve performed hundreds of cleaning projects in all kinds of facilities. So, whether your building is a manufacturing facility, a university, school, hospital, or office building, we can help you breathe easier with facility cleaning.

?We are operating 24/7 to meet any COVID-19 responses. Just call 888-845-3952.



After your Facility Deep Clean is complete, we can offer your place of business a full media kit to show your employees & visitors/customers that you are fully committed to their health & well-being. This kit includes:

    • A Certificate to prominently display in your facility
    • A Digital Seal that can be used on your website and social media pages
    • A Press Release Template should you desire to alert to the local media


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