Get Professional Disinfection Services for Coronavirus in Businesses & Commercial Properties
Catseye Pest Control offers commercial disinfecting services that can help protect your business or commercial space from dangerous pathogens, viruses, and bacteria that include harmful coronavirus strains.
Preventing the spread of viruses like the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) while protecting businesses and their employees is the top priority for our team of trained technicians.
Coronavirus-Disinfecting Services for Business
The worldwide coronavirus outbreak has left people searching for answers and scrambling for protection while businesses need disinfecting solutions now more than ever.
As far as current data shows, COVID-19 can live on surfaces within hours to days, depending on the conditions, and people infected with the virus might not see symptoms for nearly two weeks after infection.
This can make it quite difficult to track and control.
Taking precautions specified by the Centers for Disease Control, the preventative steps we take are made with you in mind.
Depending on the brand, alcohol wipes and store-bought cleaners may not be enough when it comes to coronavirus disinfection for businesses and commercial buildings.
Adhering to OSHA regulations, Catseye puts state-of-the-art procedures to the ultimate test when it comes to disinfection services.
Viruses, such as coronavirus, can also evolve overtime, which means our technicians need to stay up to date with EPA-regulated disinfectants and the guidelines surrounding them. And they do.
To protect your business and employees, all infected and potentially infected materials are cleaned and disinfected. And in dire situations, biohazard waste is properly disposed.
Fully encapsulated personal protective equipment (PPE), full-face respirator masks, and nitrile gloves are worn at all times by Catseye technicians. We’re also adhering to a strict cleaning and disinfecting process for our equipment, trucks, and storage areas.
Each precaution we take is for the safety of your business and its employees, as well as ours.
Benefits of Disinfecting Businesses
Professional disinfection services have never been more important than right now.
For more than 30 years Catseye has made it a priority to protect business owners, employees, and patrons from dangerous pathogens and bacteria.
We are trained to disinfect surfaces from large-scale areas to high-touch areas like desks, doorknobs, equipment, and more.
Some of the key benefits of professional disinfection service include:
- Reducing the spread of infectious pathogens and bacteria
- Concentrated disinfectant is used to protect against viruses like COVID-19
- Following federal guidelines, proper disinfection techniques are utilized throughout the building
- Professional equipment being cleaned regularly to defend against spreading germs and pathogens
Our ViralGuard Disinfection Services are effective against the spread of viruses, thus giving you a sense of assurance.
Once applied, the treatment can eliminate existing pathogens, viruses, and bacteria. The service will not continue to eliminate them once the service is completed but additional appointments can be made. Maintaining disinfection services on a regular schedule can help bring the rate of recontamination down.
Protect your business, employees, patrons, and their families with a scheduled disinfection service.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between 'cleaning' and 'disinfecting' for COVID-19?
Cleaning refers to using soap and water or other detergent products to remove dirt and germs from services, lowering the risk of spreading the virus. However, disinfection is the use of disinfectant products to kill germs on the surface and can further lower the risk of transmitting COVID-19 on frequently touched surfaces in your business.
How long does the coronavirus last on surfaces?
Researchers still have a lot to learn about COVID-19 and how long it lasts on a variety of surfaces. The consensus is within hours to days, depending on the surface. According to the National Institutes of Health, COVID-19 was detected on plastic and stainless steel surfaces for up to three days. This is dependent on variables such as temperature, humidity, and ventilation.
How often should businesses clean surfaces during COVID-19?
According to the CDC, surfaces that are frequently touched by multiple people should be cleaned daily when facilities are in use. Common surfaces include counters, tabletops, doorknobs, handles, bathroom fixtures, toilets, phones, and keyboards. It’s important to disinfect regularly because regardless of symptoms displayed by employees or customers, you can still be infected with COVID-19 and spread to others.
Contact the Disinfecting Experts
Rather than taking matters into your own hands, it’s imperative to enlist the help of a team of experts who will provide proper disinfection for your business.
To learn more about our coronavirus disinfection efforts, contact the technicians at Catseye today.
Catseye makes no warranties or guarantees, and assumes no responsibility for any liability, sickness, illness, loss, injury, or risk which is incurred as a direct or indirect result of the use of any material or service related to Catseye's Disinfection Services.