Western Efficient Energy Disinfecting Services

    Disinfecting Process:
    Cleaning: Removing visible dirt, soil and other debris using a mild detergent and water. This step must be taken before sanitizing and disinfecting because any inorganic and organic materials that remain on surfaces can interfere with the effectiveness of these other processes.
    Sanitization: Reducing the number of bacterial contaminants on hard surfaces to safe levels. 
    Disinfecting: Destroying pathogenic and microorganisms on surfaces using quaternary ammonia based environmental disinfectants that are bactericidal, fungicidal, and virucidal.

    ULV Fogging: A final step in the disinfection process. Ultra-low volume (ULV) fogging machines are cold fogging machines that use large volumes of air at low pressures to transform an antimicrobial liquid into droplets that are dispersed into the atmosphere.

    *Our process includes an Antimicrobial Surface Cleaner & Protectant that protects the surfaces against Bacteria, Virus, Fungi, Algae, Mold, and Protozoa by physically destroying the microbes for up to 90 days.

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