Sanitizing Solutions offers a wide range of commercial and residential sanitizing and disinfecting services for your business and home. We work with a variety of facilities to include office buildings, daycares, churches, long-term care facilities, group homes and residential homes. Each business and home is unique and requires different types of services. Our team will work with you to create a comprehensive sanitizing and disinfecting plan that meets your needs. Whether you need services once, weekly, monthly or quarterly, Sanitizing Solutions can meet your needs.
Why disinfect and sanitize your environment?
All types of commercial buildings ranging from offices, schools, churches, gyms, health facilities and buses are highly susceptible to various bacteria and germs, with severe cases of infestations reported on a regular basis. Sanitizing Solutions services and products are effective in killing staph, salmonella, Legionella, listeria or E. Coli and COVID-19 with excellent results. Our company uses only non-corrosive sprays and powerful dry mist fogging solutions that allow us to perform our tasks without interfering with the normal functions of the setting. All of the objects and equipment touched by employees, clients or members will be thoroughly sanitized and disinfected take out deodorized according to standards that are considered clinically clean, sanitized and disinfected. There is no rinse needed, and all of the products we work with are EPA registered and CDC approved and certified.
How often does sanitizing and disinfection need to be done?
Sanitizing and disinfecting should be done according to the needs and the risks in the workplace. Of course, in every setting, there are items that are touched frequently and should be disinfected frequently, even many times a day. These include doorknobs and door handles, light switches, and tabletops/counter-tops.
Stages of our Sanitizing and Disinfecting Process
Identification of the high-touch point areas.
Determining the most effective sanitizing and disinfection tactics.
Treatment with special equipment (electrostatic sprayers and dry mist foggers) when people are not on the premises.
Airing of premises, and hygienic cleaning and deodorizing.
How should I prepare the area before the disinfecting service?
Remove papers or delicate items that would be damaged by moisture from the area.
If there is visible dirt on surfaces, they should be cleaned with detergent or soap and water to prepare the area for disinfecting.
Make sure that electrical cords and other items that could trip our technicians are removed from the floor to allow safe freedom of movement during the service.