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COVID-19 Disinfection Services

United Fire & Water offers professional disinfection services and infection control services for businesses affected by COVID-19 coronavirus. Our thorough cleaning and disinfecting process is designed to clean all non-porous surfaces in your building, creating a healthier environment. 

Our two-step cleaning protocol:

  • Clean all non-porous horizontal surfaces (excluding the floor) and all touch points including doorknobs, toilets, faucets, light switches, etc. with a  wet process and disinfectant solution. 
  • Application of ProKure V to all horizontal surfaces, including the floor, and all vertical surfaces including cabinets, showers, doors, and more. 

ProKure V (EPA Reg# 87508-3-89334) is now listed by the EPA to use against SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for the COVID-19, when used on hard, non-porous surfaces in accordance to the coronavirus directions on the label.

United Fire & Water has been using ProKure V for sewage damage clean up, mold remediation, smoke damage projects, and deodorization services since Hurricane Harvey. Our cleaning process is effective for cleaning areas contaminated by bacteria, viruses, and other infectious materials. We have product in stock along with proper PPE and trained technicians so we can get to work today. 

United Fire & Water Damage of LA, LLC is Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) Certified. We can help you with infection control.

If you have needs, please contact us at 225.755.7923 / info@unitedfireandwater.com

WHAT IS ICRA?

The acronym “ICRA” stands for Infection Control Risk Assessment. ICRA is intended to be a process to identify and correspondingly mitigate potential impacts to patients and healthcare services from construction and maintenance scopes of work. Originally intended to address infectious material concerns pertaining to molds, bacteria and, to a lesser extent, viruses, ICRA now encompasses potential risks to operational systems, services, patient satisfaction, and staff/HR concerns. These potential impacts can be real or simply perceived. A comprehensive ICRA can proactively address and mitigate the identified hazards to facilitate successful scope execution in the high-risk environments of healthcare facilities.

Our Qualifications & Certifications

United Fire & Water Damage of LA, LLC is Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) and HAZWOPER 40 Hour Certified. We can help you with infection control. Contact us today to learn more about our options.

Company Credentials

ICRA (Infection Control Risk Assessment) Certified

OSHA HAZWOPER 40 Certified

Certified Healthcare Manager (CCHM)

LA State Mold Remediation Lic 250487

Additional Resources:

CDC Coronavirus COVID-19 Information

ProKure V Safety Data Sheet

New England Journal of Medicine: Aerosol and Surface Stability of SARS-CoV-2 as Compared with SARS-CoV-1

Dr. Dave Daigle, Board Certified Emergency Medicine – Video on Infection / Hospital Capacity