Government Building Cleaning

Government buildings such as courthouses, public records offices, jails, police stations, fire stations, town halls, municipal buildings and post offices see large numbers of traffic daily. Staff members, attorneys and the general public all frequent these places bringing with them dirt and germs. Keeping our government buildings clean and sanitary is a must, especially with the ongoing pandemic.

T.A.C.T. professionals are highly trained in keeping these types of facilities clean. Many of our employees have law enforcement backgrounds and work closely with these types of organizations for many of our services, which include:

  • Biohazard Cleaning
  • Biohazard Disposal
  • Crime Scene Cleaning
  • Trauma Scene Cleaning
  • Emergency Vehicle Cleaning and Decontamination
  • Undiscovered Death Cleaning and Disinfection
  • Hoarding Cleaning

In addition to these extreme cleaning services, we also provide routine cleaning, maintenance and disinfection services. 

We provide services for all Government buildings including (but not limited to):

  • Courthouses
  • Jails
  • Prisons
  • Fire Stations
  • Post Offices
  • Governor's Residences
  • City Halls
  • Town Halls 
  • National Archives
  • Municipal Buildings
  • State Capitals
  • Mints
  • Police Stations

COVID Disinfection

Keeping our public and Government buildings clean and sanitary is a high priority. Deep cleaning and consistent disinfection of all public areas is imperative in the fight against COVID-19, and T.A.C.T. pays special attention to the details that other companies might miss. 

We employ best practice guidelines and use only CDC-approved products for our COVID cleaning and disinfection services. Our professionals have been specially trained in COVID cleaning, know the latest information and use the best equipment and cleaning agents. For a job done well and done right every time, contact T.A.C.T. to set up Coronavirus Cleaning and Disinfection services. 

 Our Cleaning Standards

Our industrial cleaning services have been developed using best practices and procedures as published by:

  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
  • The Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN)
  • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
  • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA)

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