Our services reduce the spread of germs while protecting valuable computing hardware. Skilled and trained IT equipment hygienists clean and sanitise computer workstations, keyboards, touch screens, PCs, telephone and communication systems, checkouts, Data Rooms and ATMs.
Professionally cleaning office surfaces and equipment regularly has been shown to reduce the number of germs by as much as 99.9 per cent.
A regular cost-effective technology hygiene service by trained specialists that will promote staff wellbeing and reduce absenteeism.
The health and safety benefits of phone and headset cleaning are well known to prevents cross infection by reducing the spread of bacteria.
UV light disinfection is a fast, safe, and effective technology that treats equipment against E.coli, MRSA, Salmonella and Listeria infection.
Prevention and eradication of potentially harmful bacteria in hard to reach or porous surfaces. Technical "fogging" ensures all sections of your workplace sterile.
Keyboards catch food, skin and hair, while the individual keys attract dirt and germs. It is unsurprising that many employee become sick every year.
Pricing for our services is dependent on a variety of factors including the number and types of equipment, location and the time required to carry out your specialist cleaning service.
For more information about our computer cleaning prices, give us a call at 0333 444 0642.
We know all working environments are unique so offer a free consultation to discuss individualised packages ranging from monthly to annually.
We provide flexible working hours 24 hours a day, seven days a week so there are no interruptions to your normal working day.
HygienicIT are committed to building strong, long term relationships with our clients throughout the UK ensuring we deliver our services in accordance with the leading standards and best practices.
Our capability is proven across a wide variety of sectors with diverse needs throughout the country.
Microbiologists have conducted numerous studies on the contamination levels of electronic devices. They found that contact with telephones, keyboards, mice, copiers, fax machines and other equipment can transfer bacteria such as staphylococcus aureus and E-coli to their surfaces. These pathogens can cause colds, flu and other forms of illness.