How Can Pensacola Properties Procure Disinfection Services?
SERVPRO has years of experience handling sanitization of biohazard-level cleaning needs
This novel virus has been grabbing the headlines in Pensacola and across the world and with good reason. The virus spreads rapidly and the Center for Disease Control has been able to confirm airborne transmission via droplets from coughing. Researchers also assume a high probability for the spread via high-touch surfaces so it is vital to ensure that surfaces and areas used by more than one person receive regular cleaning to lessen the chance of spreading of the disease.
What can SERVPRO do for Pensacola property owners that need disinfection services?
Our IICRC-certified technicians have training in handling dangerous pathogens and mitigation of biohazards with EPA-registered cleaning agents and specialized equipment.
- The application disinfectants by thermal fogging. This method heats a disinfectant solution to temperatures that cause it to become a vapor, and it is then spread throughout the premises to penetrate and neutralize pathogens within porous materials.
- Cleaning of surfaces with antimicrobial agents following CDC best practices
- The use of air scrubbers during cleaning to capture any potential airborne pathogens
The degree and level of cleaning that is performed can be regulated on the basis of known factors with regard to any exposure your facility may have had to infected persons. Facilities that have not been exposed to anyone known or suspected to have the virus may want to consider proactive cleaning, which can be something as simple as the application of an EPA-registered disinfectant. For facilities that have been exposed to persons known or suspected to have a virus the scope may include varying levels of cleaning and the application of disinfectants. Call SERVPRO of West Pensacola at (850) 469-1160 for assistance or questions about how to improve the safety of your facilities today.
Advice from the medical and scientific community regarding how to deal with the coronavirus is based on present knowledge, which is subject to change as the situation continues to develop. There can be no assurance that disinfectants alone will be adequate to fully eliminate the virus. We are not physicians or infectious disease professionals. Consult your medical professionals for individual medical advice.