FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

DO YOU PROVIDE SERVICES FOR A FACILITY WHERE SOMEONE HAS TESTED POSITIVE FOR COVID -19?

Absolutely! We will have our technicians don the appropriate personal protective equipment and come to your facility. We will use the two step process on all surfaces to ensure that we have killed germs and viruses.  Because there is a confirmed case, technicians will wear PPE for both steps of the process.

WHY DO YOU USE A 2 STEP PROCESS?

The right cleaning products will remove germs, dirt, and other organic materials. The second step of disinfecting is where we remove the microscopic organisms on surfaces. The goal is to stop the spread of diseases and infections like the flu and the Novel Corona Virus (COVID -19). Cleaning alone will not accomplish this goal.

WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SANITIZING AND DISINFECTING?

Both sanitizing and disinfecting aim to reduce the amount of contamination present on a surface by killing germs, but disinfecting—by definition—kills more germs than sanitizing.  The EPA uses the word “sanitizing” to refer to a solution or device that reduces the amount of germs on a surface by 99.9% or more—a level that’s considered safe by public health standards. They use the word “disinfecting” for chemical products that are designed to “kill virtually everything” on a surface.

DOES THIS DISINFECTANT PREVENT THE CORONA VIRUS?

Anabec Systems, the company where we purchase our solution, was notified by the EPA that Anasphere Plus meets the EPA criteria for use against SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19. This disinfectant will help prevent the spread of the Corona Virus. 

WHAT AREAS DO YOU FIND HAVE THE GREATEST POTENTIAL FOR SPREAD OF VIRUSES?

The CDC encourages cleaning of high-touch surfaces such as counters, tabletops, doorknobs, light switches, bathroom fixtures, toilets, phones, keyboards, tablets and tables.

HOW DO YOU DETERMINE PRICES?

We review  the specific needs of each client through our initial consultation. We then review the square footage and type of space to identify costs. We may bill based on an hourly rate or square footage.