IT'S IMPORTANT TO PROFESSIONALLY SANITIZE YOUR WORKSPACE
Our fogging technique provides a consistent result by applying a liberal, even application to all hard, non-porous surfaces when compared to spray or wipe methods. It delivers disinfectant into the hard to reach crevices in facilities that typically aren't within reach.
Cleaning with store-bought products can remove dirt, germs and other impurities, but doesn't always target viruses and bacteria. Our EPA-approved products are commercial, hospital-grade and extremely effective to achieve the lowest possible risk of spreading infection.
While some janitorial companies are also able to acquire and apply disinfecting products, Menold's technicians are:
- Experienced - we have been in the business over 40 years
- Well-versed in virus decontamination through our mold remediation services
- Certified by the IICRC (Institue of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration)
- Properly trained on Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
- Equipped with training courses specific to COVID-19
- Consistent with OSHA standards for bloodborne pathogens, respiratory protection and hazard communications
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
Pricing is dependent on square footage of the project area. Other aspects may influence cost including degree of COVID-19 exposure, building layout, amount of contents, and the extent of scope required.
HOW SOON CAN WE BE IN THE BUILDING AFTER APPLICATION?
Areas treated can be safely occupied within 1 hour of application. It is safe to touch any surface after this time.
WHAT IS THE GUARANTEE?
While this product and application process has scientifically proven to be extremely effective, we cannot guarantee 100% total disinfection due to uncontrollable variables such as airflow and the human influence.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?
Each project is a little different. We expect to cover about 1,000 SF every 30 minutes.
WHAT EXACTLY DOES THIS PRODUCT DO?
A specialized aerosol system, this product can kill and disinfect viruses and bacteria on all hard, non-porous surfaces.
HOW SAFE IS THE PROCESS?
Technicians wear thorough personal protective equipment (PPE) including booties, gloves, a respirator and suit for their protection and your piece of mind.