The worldwide Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has surfaced a need for people to protect themselves, their homes and businesses from potential contamination. The effects of this type of biohazard situation can last up to 17 days and the continued spread of the disease has led to a growing number of fatalities in the US. We have many IICRC certifications and are OSHA-HAZMAT trained. We’re educated in infectious disease and biohazard remediation, including coronavirus disinfection, and are prepared to assist you. We’re here for your peace of mind in the event of an outbreak.
Most important to understand is that cleaning does not kill bacteria, viruses, or fungi, more commonly referred to as “germs”. Instead, cleaning is done to remove “germs” usually by combining water, a cleaning product, and scrubbing. Though cleaning does not kill “germs” it is still a vital step in the deep cleaning process as removal of dirt and debris can make way for products and methods that DO kill “germs” to be more efficacious.
Disinfecting and sanitizing methods, on the other hand, refer to products that work by killing germs. These processes do not necessarily clean dirty surfaces or remove germs, but by killing germs on a surface after cleaning, it can further lower the risk of spreading infection. Sanitizers reduce bacteria on a surface by at least 99.9%. Conversely, disinfectants kill a wider range of microorganisms including bacteria, viruses, fungi, and mold. These methods work great on all surfaces like natural stone including marble, granite, and limestone; upholstery, fabrics, and drapes; and carpets and area rugs on hard non-porous surfaces like stainless steel and the components of your HVAC system.
The Center for Disease Control and the World Health Organization have both signaled the importance of having a clean, sanitized, and disinfected environment to help control the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). The CDC specifically recommends “the cleaning and disinfection of homes and facilities.” Undertaking these 3 steps is more commonly known as performing a “deep clean”. We want to assist in heeding the calls of these health organizations by helping you understand what it means to perform a “deep clean”. The health and safety of you and your family is our top priority and understanding how to fight against the spread of the illness is critical.
The Superior Method of Disinfection:
The Superior Method of Disinfection includes use of ULV (Ultra Low Volume) Atomizing in addition to manual wiping. ULV Disinfection eradicates stubborn germs that can cause illness. This technique allows disinfectant to aggressively adhere to surfaces and objects, completely sanitizing them, resulting in a more complete disinfection. The wraparound mist it creates helps the liquid droplets reach areas that are hidden from sight. With an evenly coated mist, ULV Atomizing more easily disinfects those hard-to-reach areas, like the underside of a chair.
Patented Antimicrobial Product That Is Able to Provide Protection for Up to 3 Months
The CDC recommends usage of a labeled hospital-grade disinfectant with claims against similar pathogens to the coronavirus. While there is currently no product tested against this particular strain of the coronavirus, we are following all guidelines as provided by the CDC and local authorities.
Our Product vs. coronavirus: Official Statement to understand new standard for clean technology:
That is precisely our proprietary antimicrobial solution core technology.
You can certainly clean, sanitize, and disinfect your home with over the counter solutions yourself. However, in order to reach all areas needed for a “deep clean” including your HVAC system we recommend contacting a professional. We use industry-specific specialty equipment to get to all areas of your home.
Our professionally trained technicians are prepared to provide your home or facility with a deep clean including enhanced services offering disinfectant and sanitization for carpet, upholstery, air ducts and hard surfaces.
We realize that allowing people in your home or place of business may cause concern. We follow all of the recommendations from the CDC and World Health Organization. Our technicians and employees are required to follow the recommendations which include, but are not limited to:
We’re here to answer your questions.