Disinfectant and Sanitizing Treatment
Why should you Professionally Disinfect and Sanitize your Home or Place of Business?
One of the most common routes of contamination of the COVID-19 Coronavirus is through contact with contaminated surfaces, specifically through frequently touched surfaces such as: tables, counter tops, doorknobs, lights switches, handles, desks, toilets, faucets, sinks, electronics, walls, doors, door frames and others.
More importantly, the disinfection and sanitation of contaminated surfaces requires handling of chemicals that are approved by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) to kill the Coronavirus. Detergent cleaning alone may not eliminate microbial contamination and has the potential of spreading the contamination from one surface to the next. Therefore, it is of importance to accurately assess the area and allow for trained personnel to handle the disinfection procedure.
The process of disinfection and sanitation should always be carried out by trained professionals.
What is the PPE (personal protective equipment) required for Professional Disinfection and Sanitation Treatment?
N-95 respirator or high-level respiratory protection
Eye protection or face shield
Cost associated in the Disinfection and Sanitation Process?
The cost is minimal when dealing with the safety and health of our loved ones.
15 cents per square foot.
How to protect yourself and what to do if you become sick?
Please click on the bottom link from the CDC with helpful information.