Our team of specialised Infectious Disease Control technicians have the skills and experience to remediate a Coronavirus Infected property to a safe and habitable, contamination free area.


Sydney Forensic Cleaning offers comprehensive Coronavirus Decontamination services to eliminate the hazardous and invisible virus and pathogens from any workplace, vehicle or property across Sydney and New South Wales. First discovered in Wuhan, China in 2019, the current coronavirus, COVID-19, is an infectious virus that spreads from person to person through small droplets from the nose or mouth that are spread when a person with confirmed coronavirus COVID-19 coughs or exhales. These droplets will land on surfaces where others touch, before touching their eyes, nose or mouth, or are inhaled by others.
Unfortunately, it is not known how long the virus that causes coronavirus COVID-19 survives on surfaces, which makes a thorough and detailed coronavirus decontamination clean a vital precautionary step to ensure your workplace or home is a safe and habitable environment.

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All Coronavirus Cleaning activities should be completed by trained and professional communicable disease and biohazard technicians. Our expert technicians will ensure the coronavirus decontamination procedure is conducted in a methodical manner, following a proven regimen is adhered to so not to re-contaminated decontaminated areas.


Every infectious disease case is a biohazard situation which is why Sydney Forensic Cleaning adheres to a stringent guideline to protect our staff and customers. Our science-based coronavirus decontamination cleaning regiment ensures that we contain and minimise the spread of the virus, and leave the affected property in a safe state.
Whether our client requires a precautionary surface sanitisation, or an in-depth decontamination and remediation of an office space, warehouse, emergency service vehicle, bus or private residence, Sydney Forensic Cleaning has the appropriate procedure and cleaning regimen to comprehensively remediate the affected area.
Our coronavirus COVID-19 decontamination process may include some, or all, of the following:

  • Thorough and comprehensive disinfection and cleaning of all general hand contact surfaces including hand rails, door handles, toilets, taps etc
  • Removal and disposal of any non-restorable soft furnishings including pillows, covers, tea towels etc
  • Steam cleaning carpets
  • Surface clean and sanitisation of hard flooring
  • Disinfection of air handling units
  • Whole space virucide fogging
  • Post-decontamination ATP testing


Sydney Forensic Cleaning complete an initial inspection and walk-through and OHS employee safety hazard assessment before commencing any Coronavirus Cleaning job. Where required, our technicians will install cross-contamination containment barriers to secure and separate non-affected parts of the building. Following a thorough clean, disinfection and sanitisation of the affected area, our technicians will use adenosine triphosphate (ATP) testing technology to guarantee hospital level standard of disinfection and control.
If you require a coronavirus decontamination service in your workplace, commercial space or private residence, Sydney Forensic Cleaning are available to assist 24/7 to ensure your property is returned to a safe and sanitised state.
The team at Sydney Forensic Cleaning understand the importance of discretion and professionalism and all of our staff have been trained to ensure that our work is conducted in an appropriate manner to ensure the minimum disruption while delivering a first class forensic cleaning service.
To arrange your free no obligation quotation, simply contact Sydney Forensic Cleaning and one of our friendly team will ensure that you get the Coronavirus Cleaning service you need at the most competitive price.

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What is COVID-19 Coronavirus?

A coronavirus is a family of virus that can cause illness in both humans and animals. In humans, the coronavirus can cause respiratory infections ranging from a common cold to more serious diseases such as SARS and MERS. The recent COVID-19 outbreak is a novel form of coronavirus.

What are Common Symptoms of COVID-19 Coronavirus?

The most common symptoms are a dry cough, fever and tiredness with some confirmed patients suffering with aches, pains, runny nose, sore throat and nasal congestion. All of these symptoms are usually mild and will present gradually.

Who is Most at Risk of getting COVID-19 Coronavirus?

While it is a novel-coronavirus, COVID-19 has been seen to generally affect older people and those with pre-existing conditions including diabetes, cancer, high blood pressure, heart disease and lung disease.

Should I wear a mask to protect myself from COVID-19 Coronavirus?

Only wear a mask if you are ill or have a confirmed case of COVID-19 Coronavirus. The World Health Organisation advises rational use of face masks to avoid unnecessary waste. Disposable face masks can only be used once so if you are not ill or looking after someone who is ill, you are wasting a mask. There is currently a world-wide shortage of masks.



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