Looking to have your home or business disinfected?
We are expanding our electrostatic, disinfecting and deodorizing service for homes and businesses to help battle the dangerous viruses and bacteria that have been crippling our health and financial systems.
Our disinfecting process, which is designed for medical facilities, effectively kills the top 15 Multi-Drug Resistant Organisms (MDRO) and enveloped viruses. Examples of such MRSA, VRE, E-Coli, CRE, Klebsiella, Acinetobacter Baumanni, Norovirus (Norwalk), SARS, Human Coronavirus, HIV strains, Hepatitis strains, Influenza viruses, bacteria, fungi, molds, mildews and other organisms.
This process utilizes state-of-the-art electrostatic sprayers with hospital-grade disinfectants. This process is far superior to sanitizing or typical wipe down, fogger or pump sprayer applications. This service is also great for homes, schools, daycare centers, hotels, gyms, athletic facilities, commercial properties, hospitals and more, this system is an EPA registered disinfectant and deodorizer.
Benefits of Our Electrostatic Process:
- We can disinfect 1,000 square feet in 3 minutes with 360 coverage of everything in the room
- Return to service as quickly as 15 minutes after completion
- Hospital-grade disinfectant and deodorizer designed to kill viruses such as COVID19
- No need to block off vents
- Safe for fabrics
- One step, no-rinse disinfectant
- EPA registered, multipurpose formulation
- Electrostatic, low pressure, low volume delivery system that offers wrap-around coverage (360° degree)
- More effective than OTC products
What is the difference between disinfecting and sanitizing?
According to the EPA, a disinfectant is an antimicrobial pesticide used on inanimate surfaces and objects to destroy or irreversibly inactivate microorganisms. Disinfectants are distinguished into two categories, hospital type and general use (household). Disinfecting services for commercial facilities should use hospital type disinfectants that are used for infection control.
Sanitizers are used to reduce, but not necessarily eliminate, microorganisms from the inanimate environment to levels considered safe as determined by public health codes or regulations.
What is the cost to disinfect your facility or home?
To help make this process affordable to everyone, we have decreased our costs to between 10 and 15 cents per square foot or a minimum charge of $500.
How often should you disinfect?
For the Coronavirus crisis, it is important to get your home or facility disinfected if you have a suspected/confirmed coronavirus COVID-19 exposure. This means you know or suspect an employee or customer came into your business while infected with the virus. Even though there are no specific guidelines on how often you should spray, the amount of traffic should dictate the number of times you disinfect your location. This range is usually twice a week for high traffic areas such as doctor’s office, restaurants (take-out or dine-in), stores, physical therapy, etc., or once a week if you have a closed area with very few people who practice safe distancing. Homes can be disinfected as little as once a month.
If you are a business or restaurant that is preparing to reopen, we strongly suggest you disinfect before you open.