COVID-19 Sanitization Services
Putting your customers’ safety and cleanliness first.
These unprecedented times call for more attention to safety and proper COVID-19 sanitization. We keep up with and follow the latest CDC requirements when it comes to cleaning your business so you can operate without worry. Deep sanitization of your building will prevent the spread of all illnesses and give your patrons and employees peace of mind when they walk through your door.
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We are experienced in property maintenance and sanitization.
In response to the pandemic our country has experienced over the last several months, we have developed a planned response consisting of three different phases to keep you, your employees, and your customers safe. This plan is fully supported by the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Phase 1: Preventative Phase
You are encouraged to follow the CDC steps for minimizing the risk of spread. These steps can be found on the CDC website (www.cdc.gov).
Phase 2: Response Phase
We respond when you call upon us. Following the CDC, EPA, and OSHA guidelines, we will use an approved hospital grade disinfectant that is an approved product on the EPA List N to clean & sanitize your facility. Our trained team will follow a protocol specific to your facility and situation.
Phase 3: Maintenance Phase
Once the emergency cleaning and disinfecting of your facility is complete, together as a team, we will monitor this fluid situation to help your facility maintain a safe & healthy status. These steps may include scheduled ULV fogging or misting with a hospital grade disinfectant and additional training of facilities maintenance staff. As your cleaning & disinfecting professional, we will continue to stay ahead of this situation and do everything possible to keep the occupants of your facility safe and healthy throughout this event and beyond.
Additional COVID-19 Information
The overwhelming message is that COVID-19 is not difficult to kill on surfaces. Routine prevention actions & awareness to avoid exposure or spreading are key. Some good news is that Coronaviruses such as COVID-19 are enveloped viruses, which are the easiest viruses to kill. Actually, they are in the easiest of all microorganism categories. The EPA & CDC state that if an antimicrobial product can kill a small, non-enveloped virus it should be able to kill any enveloped virus.
With all of that said, we do not recommend using everyday disinfectants to attempt to clean your space. Some disinfectants are corrosive and can damage electronics if improperly used or even properly used. Disinfectants that are corrosive or toxic require special protective equipment for applicators. The protective equipment is not only determined by disinfectant choice, but also the delivery system such as: wet fogging, misting, spraying, etc. The different applications produce different OSHA related concerns for applicator safety.