Coronavirus (COVID-19) Cleaning Service
Sensible Coronavirus Cleaning Solutions From Maryland's Remediation Specialists
Stop The Spread and Reduce the Risk of Contamination
We want to make it abundantly clear that we are NOT coronavirus experts. The science of studying and dealing with viruses is the job of virologists and the science of studying diseases in populations is the job of epidemiologists. We are a resource to help them combat this disease. We specialize in restoring homes and offices to a livable state through professional microbial cleanings. We are one of the top resources for cleanings that involve the removal of microorganisms from indoor areas.
Our team specializes in cleaning homes and offices through a thorough decontamination process. We possess the necessary cleaning equipment, protective gear, and skilled technicians to combat the spread of microscopic organisms that make buildings or residences uninhabitable. Our service will remove and prevent unwanted microscopic organisms from thriving in the places we work, eat, and live.
The procedures we employ are tried, true and effective in mitigating the damage caused by viruses like COVID-19.
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Coronavirus Lives On Surfaces
What you need to know about coronavirus surface life and how long it survives
The coronavirus that is responsible for the Pandemic spread of COVID-19 can remain stable on surfaces for hours to days, depending on the surface type. This information was published in The New England Journal of Medicine based on a study conducted by National Institutes of Health (NIH), CDC, UCLA and Princeton University scientists. We have provided a breakdown of their findings below.
Copper surfaces are quite common around the household and in buildings. Copper is frequently used for plumbing, on fixtures, and even on pots and pans. Another place you can find copper is within extension cords and electronics, which fortunately enough are covered, but unfortunately are covered with plastic. Coronavirus can live up to four hours on any copper surface and can easily be transmitted if a person were to touch a contaminated surface.
Cardboard surfaces are quite common around the household and in buildings, especially nowadays with the abundance of packages being delivered directly to homes. We can expect to see a lot more cardboard contact now that people are relying more heavily on delivery services to the bring goods they need while they practice social distancing. Coronavirus can live up to 24 hours on any cardboard surface and can easily be transmitted if a person were to touch a contaminated surface.
Plastic surfaces and stainless steel surfaces are extremely common around the household and in buildings. Both are just about everywhere we look. Plastic is used to make tables, chairs, cups, cutlery, etc. The list goes on and on. Stainless steel is a very popular appliance covering, grill covering, and trash can covering. It is very common on products that are touched frequently. Coronavirus can live up to two to three days on plastic and stainless steel surfaces and can easily be transmitted if a person were to touch a contaminated surface.
Cleaning Service Breakdown
Cleaning a building contaminated with coronavirus starts with a thorough manual cleaning. This is much like any of the other microbial cleanings we conduct to remove unwanted viruses, bacteria, fungi, or parasites. This process involves using basic cleaning methods, like scrubbing and rinsing to remove whatever viruses may be on the surface. Our cleaning equipment gives us the ability to be extraordinarily thorough and effective in removing unwanted germs.
After our cleaning process removes most of the microorganisms from the surfaces of your home, the disinfecting process will take place. Chemical applications will eliminate any remaining virus, bacteria, or pathogen. All chemical applications are human and environmentally safe.
Surfaces are sanitized during the application of chemicals in the disinfecting process. Sanitation applicants are specifically designed to reduce to occurrence of future contamination by making it harder for any microorganism, like a virus or bacteria, to adhere and thrive on a surface.
Sterilizing is act of killing all microorganisms from objects or surfaces. We will aim for optimal sterilization through our cleaning and disinfecting process. Please note that absolute sterilization is not attainable and therefore cannot be guaranteed. It is simply not possible to kill 100% of the microbes in an indoor environment. Such a guarantee would be misleading and unethical.
Thermo-kinetic nebulization is what we refer to as thermal fogging. Thermal fogging machines atomize and heat disinfectant solutions to create a fog that can fill a room, contact pathogens in the air, decontaminate equipment, and disinfect surfaces. It is the initial step in the cleaning process.
Industrial HEPA vacuums are used to remove contaminants and particulants trapped and brought down by the fogging process. The residue of the fogging contains the micro organisms and must be removed from all surfaces. Our vacuums are extremely powerful and are the most effective option for removing contaminants without incidental spread. The filters are rated at 99.97% effective.
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Maryland Cases By The Numbers
Last update 4/8/2020 at 5:41 PM
The United States has the most coronavirus cases in the world with 423,135 confirmed cases.
According to Maryland.gov, Maryland has 5,529 confirmed cases. More than 2,700 new cases were reported from 04/03/2020 to 04/07/2020. 124 Marylanders have lost their lives in the fight against COVID-19. 82 of those deaths occurred over the last three days. All 24 counties are reporting cases. The following is the current case load per county:
- Allegany – 6
- Anne Arundel – 466
- Baltimore City – 571
- Baltimore County – 866
- Calvert – 56
- Caroline – 11
- Carroll – 186
- Cecil – 49
- Charles – 164
- Dorcester – 4
- Frederick – 199
- Garrett – 5
- Harford – 86
- Howard – 274
- Kent – 9
- Montgomery – 1,088
- Prince George’s – 1,310
- Queen Annes – 16
- St. Mary’s – 62
- Somerset – 4
- Talbot – 10
- Washington- 57
- Wicomico – 20
- Worcester – 10