Residential Coronavirus Cleanup Services
Healthy homes and families have been our priority for over 22 years. Advanced Steam Extraction specializes in steam cleaning upholstery, carpets, rugs, fabric-based materials as well as leather, automobiles, boats, and RVs.
The key to this Covid-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak is cleanliness, and ASE will continue to do our part to help reduce the potential spread of this virus.
Our certified technicians can make sure your home is clean before any outbreaks occur. Carpets are one of the main areas in your home that hold germs, bacteria, fungi, and viruses. We follow and exceed CDC recommendations for sanitation and disinfection with our pre-spray product that kills viruses at the point of contact. We then steam clean to remove the remaining soil, oil, and residue, ensuring thorough cleanliness.
You can rest easy knowing we will leave your home clean and safe, giving you peace of mind needed during these uncertain times. .
Will Our HEPA Filtered Air Scrubbers Work?
Researchers at the University of Minnesota tested these with weaker fiberglass furnace filters and higher-grade HEPA filters.
The results showed these filters captured 99.99% of particles smaller than five nanometers. So, yes, our HEPA filters are incredibly effective at capturing smaller sized particles such as the Coronavirus.
If you are living in a common house or working in an office, school, or facility with a large number of people, turning on your air purifier can help filter out particles of the Coronavirus, potentially reducing the chance of transmission.
Ultra Low Volume Foggers
The use of disinfectants and biocides through our Ultra Low Volume (UVL) fogging can reduce the number of viable infectious pathogens in your workplace. Our ULV fogging technique generates a fog or mist formed of virus-killing droplets that float in the air up to 10 minutes after application, ensuring it reaches the inaccessible parts that most standard conventional cleaning or spraying cannot reach.
ASE technicians wear Personal Protective Equipment such as Tyvek suits, respirators, and gloves when fogging to ensure everyone is safe.
Observe good personal hygiene
Wash hands often, and for at least 20 seconds with soap and water. Also, avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
Avoid crowded places
And avoid contact with sick people.
Cover your cough/sneeze
Use a tissue then immediately throw in the trash.
Clean your house often and thoroughly
Especially frequently touched surfaces like doorknobs, sinks, taps, counters, tables, and handrails.
Monitor home temperature
Keep your home temperature between 65 and 69 degrees. Colder temperatures help the spread of germs.
Clean upholstery, drapes, and soft fabrics
Have professionally cleaned, or use hot water and detergent, followed by steam cleaning that reaches at least 158 degrees and use a virucidal disinfectant.
Keep carpets clean
Have your carpets professionally cleaned, or at least clean with carpet shampoo that has virus-destroying properties.