TCI Remediation offers safe and effective home and commercial disinfection services.
Disinfecting services are cleaning procedures that utilize a disinfectant. According to the EPA, a disinfectant is an antimicrobial pesticide used on inanimate surfaces and objects to destroy or irreversibly inactivate microorganisms. Disinfectants are distinguished into two categories, hospital type and general use for households.
Disinfecting services for commercial facilities should use hospital type disinfectants that are used for infection control. The disinfecting cleaning procedures used can vary depending on the facility, tools, chemical, even the company providing the service ranging from deep cleaning, disinfectant fogging, and electrostatic-sprayer dispersal.
TCI Remediation can help you determine what type of disinfection services you need for your home or business. Schedule a free commercial or house disinfecting estimate to learn more. We proudly serve Ann Arbor, Highland, Milford, and areas nearby.
We provide commercial disinfection solutions that follow CDC and OSHA guidelines for fighting pathogens like COVID-19.
There are multiple occasions when someone should use disinfecting services at their business and an outbreak is definitely one of them. Recurring disinfecting services benefit high traffic businesses who see a lot of customers and employees on a daily basis. Additionally, facilities like doctors' offices, clinics, and hospitals that need to be concerned with infection control benefit from recurring services.
It is important to get your facility disinfected if you have any suspected or confirmed coronavirus COVID-19 exposure. This means you know or suspect an employee or customer came into your business while infected with the virus. Disinfecting services are also important for "essential businesses" who have been open to the public since the virus broke out.
We can provide disinfecting services for homes, business offices, doctor's offices, retail stores, commercial facilities, and more.
Our disinfection process uses a positively charged disinfectant – this is important because it will help the treatment adhere to viral/bacterial particles as they are negatively charged. We also atomize our disinfectants using a cold ULV fogger so we can get adequate coverage and correct contact time.
We focus on maintaining proper contact time to kill the more resilient viruses such as HIV-1, Influenza A-C, and even COVID-19.
Disinfecting of any facility can vary in time based on various difficulty factors. That is why we offer a free inspection and quote to make sure we are recommending the right treatment.
Disinfecting services generally are a one-day service, when the actual treatment is completed, we allow for about 10-20 min of soak time before we wipe dry any wet surfaces. The space should be ready for occupants the next day.
Of course, as most services do, disinfecting prices vary based on location and size. However our goal is to provide a solution that is right, which is why TCI Remediation offers a free inspection and quote so that we can provide you with a proper tailored service for your business or home.
The EPA has released "List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2." This is a list of primary EPA chemical registrations that have been deemed effective against "Emerging Pathogens", or viruses that are harder to kill or are similar to coronavirus COVID-19.
You can verify the chemicals used in your facility are listed in two ways: by either finding the EPA's Emerging Pathogen disclosure/badge on the label or by comparing the first two sections of the EPA registration number and comparing it with the chemicals on List N.
More information can be found on the EPA's FAQ page.
Disinfecting services use a disinfectant which is any chemical that destroys or irreversibly inactivates microorganisms on surfaces. Sanitation services tend to use less potent chemicals, sanitizers, which reduce but not always eliminate microorganisms from the material.
Hospital-grade disinfectants and disinfection services are best used for infection control, like coronavirus COVID-19, where sanitizers and sanitizing services are best used in relation to food, carpet, or clothing. See EPA guidelines for more information.
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