Electrostatic Disinfection Services
Fogging Spray for Surface Disinfection
Keeping your home or workplace clean and disinfected requires ongoing effort and a dedicated cleaning team. GHC Building Maintenance, LLC understands the importance of removing germs from high-touch surfaces in order to prevent the spread of sickness. GHC Building Maintenance, LLC has provided electrostatic spray disinfection services for over 9 years.
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Does Electrostatic Disinfection Even Work?
Disinfecting surfaces using a fogging spray can be an effective method to disinfect surfaces. In fact, the spray disinfection method is superior to other methods in coated surfaces evenly and thoroughly. However, spray disinfection is just the method of delivery.
Equally important is choosing an appropriate FDA-approved disinfectant to be used. GHC Building Maintenance, LLC uses disinfecting agents that are approved and known to kill 99% of viruses and bacteria. When health and safety in your building are important to you, call the company that understands the process: GHC Building Maintenance, LLC.
Benefits of Electrostatic Disinfection
There are a number of benefits to using GHC Building Maintenance, LLC’s electrostatic disinfection services. In the cleaning industry since 2014, GHC Building Maintenance, LLC has amassed a strong reputation for using tried and true disinfection methods and state-of-the-art equipment, such as our electrostatic spray foggers to disinfect surfaces.
Just a few benefits of using this method include:
- Covers hard-to-reach surfaces
- Kill 99.999% of pathogens for up to 30 days
- EPA and CDC approved and recommended
- Thorough application to surfaces without residue
- Reduces workplace absenteeism due to sickness.
How Long Do The Effects of Electrostatic Disinfection Last?
Electrostatic spraying coats surfaces with though germ-fighting agents without leaving a sticky residue. Left untouched, the treated surfaces will remain disinfected for up to 30 days. However, if a contaminated hand touches the surface, it is rendered no longer decontaminated. GHC Building Maintenance, LLC recommends that daycare centers, medical facilities, and gyms get disinfected daily. Other environments can schedule services less frequently depending on traffic and usage as well as local infection rates.