Dust, dirt, silt, debris, algae, rust, rusting, sludge, biofilm, and a variety of bacteria, including the potentially lethal Legionella, can all contaminate water tanks over time. Under the appropriate circumstances, these deadly microbes can thrive in water tanks, resulting in an infestation of legionnaires disease, which is incredibly detrimental to people's health, taking up to a year to recover from, and can be fatal in some conditions.
Safety checks of your water tanks are necessary to evaluate whether they are clean, safe, and free of hazardous chemicals and bacteria such as Legionella.
Professional water tank cleaning is an important aspect of legionella control and water hygiene since it helps to remove pollutants, filth, debris, and bacteria from the tank, ensuring that it is clean and safe. Depending on the size, kind, and complexity of the tank, the surroundings, and the water system involved, the water tank cleaning technique may differ slightly. As a result, our professionals will always begin the process by doing a thorough vulnerability assessment of the tank and the surrounding region to develop a clear and complete plan for what and how has to be cleaned.
Both home and commercial water tank cleaning will necessitate draining and clearing the existing water of any pollutant deposits that have built-in the tank. The tanks are then cleaned to the greatest levels of hygiene using the most up-to-date disinfection procedures, techniques, and chemicals. During water tank cleaning, we will make every effort to cause the least amount of inconvenience to the facility and its occupants by working fast and effectively at a time that works best for you.