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Key government assistance ends this month!

March 6, 2023 / Wolf News / Care Home News

Only a few weeks left to use up your infection control fund grant and take advantage of the 130% super-deduction tax break!

With the end of March fast approaching, care homes must make sure they don’t miss out on the opportunity to spend their remaining Infection Control Fund Grant. In this blog, we will explain why an ozone room sanitiser is a great option for using up your infection control grant before the deadline and also explore how you could also take advantage of the 130% super-deduction scheme by investing in commercial laundry equipment.

Both the infection control grant and 130% super-deduction tax break schemes close on March 31st 2023. Make sure you benefit before it’s too late.

With only a few weeks left to use up your infection control grant before the deadline at the end of March, now is the time to consider investing in an ozone room sanitiser. Ozone is one of the most effective ways to sanitise a room and reduce the risk of infection.

Another option that is often overlooked is investing in commercial laundry equipment. By doing so, you will be able to benefit from the 130% super deduction, allowing you to save even more money when it comes to purchasing necessary equipment.

What is an ozone room sanitiser?

An ozone room sanitiser is an effective and affordable way for care homes to keep their premises clean and safe for their residents. Ozone is a powerful oxidizing agent, and when used in the form of an ozone room sanitiser, it acts as a disinfectant that can be used to destroy bacteria, viruses, moulds, and other contaminants. Ozone is also a great deodoriser, helping to keep indoor air fresh.

Care homes can use their remaining infection control grant to purchase an ozone room sanitiser. Not only will this help them keep their premises clean and safe, but it can also be used over an extended period of time. This makes it a cost-effective way to manage the health and safety of residents at the care home.

How does it work?

Ozone room sanitisers are an effective and easy-to-use way of sanitising care homes. Ozone is a naturally occurring gas that is generated by the ozone room sanitiser when the device is activated. The ozone gas is circulated around the room and works to destroy pathogens, bacteria and other microorganisms. This process can be used to eliminate odours and contaminants, making it a great option for infection control in care homes.

Ozone has proven to be an effective way of disinfecting surfaces in care homes. By using the ozone room sanitiser, you can make sure that your care home is clean and safe for residents, staff and visitors. In addition, the use of an ozone room sanitiser can help to reduce the risk of cross-contamination between different areas of the care home.

By investing one of Wolf’s ozone room sanitisers with your remaining care home grant, you can ensure that your care home is thoroughly disinfected on a regular basis. This will help to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all those in your care, as well as reducing any risks of infection. Investing in an ozone room sanitiser is an excellent way to make sure that your care home is fully compliant with health and safety regulations.

Why is it a good option for care homes?

As the deadline of March 31st approaches for care homes to spend their remaining infection control grant, ozone room sanitisation is a great option to consider. Ozone is an all natural and chemical-free air purifier, which works by using oxygen molecules to break down odours and bacteria. This makes it incredibly effective for eliminating airborne contaminants and keeping residents safe from potential infections. It also offers a safe and easy way to maintain a high level of hygiene in communal areas.

The best part about ozone room sanitisation is that it requires minimal effort from staff and only takes a few hours to complete. The cost for an ozone room sanitiser is also relatively low compared to other cleaning solutions, making it an ideal solution for care homes looking to use up their grant before the deadline. In addition, its fast acting results means that care homes can quickly see the benefits of sanitising their environment and have peace of mind that they have done their best to protect the health of their residents.

What about laundry equipment?

Investing in commercial laundry equipment can be an effective way to use the remaining care home grant and help ensure a safe and hygienic environment for all residents. The ability to effectively clean linen, bedding and clothing with the highest quality of wash is essential for providing the best possible care. Using industrial grade laundry machines and detergents can provide a deeper clean, removing dirt, stains, germs, and bacteria. Thermal disinfection cycles perform to HTM 01-04 standards.  This reduces the risk of cross-contamination and helps maintain a healthy environment. Care homes investing in commercial laundry equipment, can ensure that their linen, bedding, and clothing are being washed to a high standard, providing comfort and safety for all residents.

Modern commercial washing machines and dryers are energy efficient offering cost savings. They typically use less water and run a cycle in less time, than their predecessors, allowing your laundry to get through more in a day, and making the whole operation more efficient. Check out our Schulthess W range. Known as “The Game Changer” we’ve calculated that it can complete a thermal disinfection cycle for just 55p; outperforming the competition by at least 7p per wash.

Best of both worlds

By taking advantage of the super deduction, you can maximise the savings of your Infection Control Fund Grant and ensure that you are providing your residents with the best possible care.

How do I get new equipment?

Wolf Laundry is a leading supplier of commercial laundry solution and ozone sanitisers, offering a range of cost-effective options to keep your care home clean and safe.

Contact our team on 0330 0532192 or email to get your new equipment before the grants and tax deduction finish at the end of March!