Due to the pandemic, businesses and apartment buildings in Massachusetts have been increasing their cleaning programs. In the past, cleaning companies like Champion Cleaning provided mainly aesthetic cleaning services like carpet stain removal, window washing, and floor buffing. But during the pandemic, our team has added a variety of services that help buildings maintain safe environments for visitors. This includes strong disinfection and sanitization services. We even provide concentrated disinfectant that our clients can use between our routine cleanings. One of our services that we are often asked about is electrostatic disinfection.
What Is Electrostatic Disinfection?
As the name suggests, electrostatic disinfection uses static electricity. Similar to how cars are painted using static electricity, electrostatic disinfection uses a charged mist that binds to surfaces around a facility. This can be an extremely effective way to get disinfectant in places that are difficult to reach. Historically, electrostatic disinfection was used primarily in hospitals, labs, and other medical facilities. Before the pandemic, average businesses and apartment buildings used standard disinfection practices including wiping down surfaces by hand. But because the SARS-CoV-2 virus (the virus that causes COVID-19) can stick to surfaces, electrostatic disinfection has been recommended to public buildings.
When Should You Get Electrostatic Disinfection?
Electrostatic disinfection is recommended for any deep cleaning project during the pandemic. Often, we are called to assist with buildings where an employee or a resident tested positively for COVID-19. We then do a full sweep of the building so we can sanitize all of the surfaces. Our team is fully equipped with the proper PPE so that we can safely work throughout a building and prevent the spread of the virus via contact with surfaces.
Should You Get Electrostatic Disinfection For Your Home
Electrostatic disinfection is best suited for public buildings. A homeowner should not feel pressured to get electrostatic disinfection. The CDC’s recommendation for homeowners is to use common disinfection techniques. Cleaning surfaces like handles, doorknobs, kitchen appliances, light switches and counters, are all effective ways to keep your home safe. Additionally it is recommended to use a disinfectant. In the case that someone in your home tests positive, you should try to separate them from other occupants and regularly sanitize surfaces. Electrostatic disinfection is still better suited to businesses and apartment buildings that have people moving in and out on a daily basis.
Free Quotes on Electrostatic Disinfection in Massachusetts
Champion Cleaning is happy to provide quotes for Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire businesses and apartments. We pride ourselves on professionalism and a job well done. Since early spring we have been working around the clock to help businesses stay open and stay safe during the pandemic.
We needed cleaning to augment our regular cleaning service (we had a positive test for COVID). Champion Cleaning responded very very quickly — the Same Day! They completed the task efficiently and professionally with minimal disruption to our operations. Really nice to do business with a company that does what they say will, and do it well. We will use them again. I highly recommend them.Pete K. Google Review