Advanced Steam Extraction follows and exceeds CDC recommendations for sanitation and disinfection. Our certified technicians are ready to clean and disinfect your property to reduce the potential spread of Covid-19 (Coronavirus).
ASE technicians are trained in cleaning bio-hazards and air pathogens and use EPA registered cleaning supplies, leaving us more than qualified to clean your business, school, and healthcare facility effectively.
As a leading disaster cleanup contractor for over 22 years, we are master certified through the IICRC and have tackled the most challenging catastrophes. You can rest assure ASE will keep your organization clean and safe and leave you with 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.
Require sick employees to stay home
Communicate regularly about how to prevent the spread of germs.
Keep facilities well stocked
Stock alcohol-based hand sanitizers throughout your facility, and
place plenty of paper towels in all bathrooms. Paper towels are less
likely to spread viruses than air dryers.
Wash dishes in a hot water bath
Suspend dishes in 170-degree hot water for 30 seconds or more,
or soak in a sanitizing solution of one Tablespoon unscented chlorine
bleach and 1 gallon of cold water for at least one minute.
Use disposables and dispensers
Stock up on disposable cutlery and dispensers to minimize the virus,
as it could live on surfaces for up to 9 days.
Increase cleaning services
The more janitorial services can come in to wipe down surfaces and
clean all carpets and flooring, the better.
Monitor workplace temperature
Colder workplaces help the spread of germs. Keep temperatures
between 65 and 69 degrees.