Manual disinfecting - The use of a traditional spray bottle containing an EPA-approved disinfectant that is permitted to treat porous and nonporous services. The disinfectants we use are used in hospitals everywhere and eliminate 99.9% of germs and pathogens for at least 30 days.
Air Scrubbing - An air scrubber is an air cleaning device that utilizes a search-and-retrieve method to eliminate contaminants in indoor air. It is clinically proven to reduce dust, mold, pollen, and many other indoor air contaminants, including those that cause allergies or bad smells. Harvard University Studies, NASA studies, and many other university and scientific papers conclude that the Air Scrubber Plus that we utilize is highly effective at improving indoor air quality, health, and wellness. We also use this method to treat smoke damage and water damage.
ULV Misting Treatment - ULV fogging machines generate a fog or mist mixed with EPA approved disinfectant to clean hard to reach areas and large areas in a very short period of time. This will simultaneously clean the air and disinfect areas that are hard to reach with the usual surface decontamination methods. The cold fogging chemicals are EPA-registered to be effective against other hard-to-kill viruses.
Electrostatic Treatment - Enhanced disinfection services such as electrostatic spray disinfection are recommended at least one time per week. Electrostatic disinfection devices use positive and negative charges as chemical agents electromagnetically adhere to all surfaces and “wraps” itself with even coverage. This advanced treatment amazingly guarantees 360-degree disinfectant coverage on any surface that is touched. Electrostatic disinfection is also considered the safest method for people, plants, animals, office equipment, and a variety of surfaces.
UV light treatment - Scientific studies have consistently shown that a concentrated amount of UV light is up to 99.9% effective against unseen bacteria, viruses, and even protozoa, including COVID-19. UV light treatment is recommended for rapidly eradicating germs that are airborne, or that can become airborne while cleaning. We use the same equipment used by hospitals to sterilize surfaces, and prevent viruses and bacteria from reproducing and spreading infections.