In response to the COVID-19 crisis, the need for effective and efficient sanitation application methods is greater than ever, so we are offering Electrostatic Spraying Drone Disinfection with our EPA List N disinfectants in large venues for faster coverage and turn around for healthy facilities.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to the closure of workplaces, public facilities, retail and commercial spaces, and other indoor spaces where groups of people congregate. With the recent spike in COVID-19 in the US and another round of stay-home orders on the horizon, people’s health and safety are our top priority along with the safety of the spaces they occupy. Creating clean, safe spaces is more meticulous than it sounds and requires effort on many ends. Here are effective disinfectant services that White Coat has to offer, which will make sure you go into the New Year with a clean and healthy environment.
How do you know if a surface is disinfected? It’s hard to tell since pathogens like SARS-CoV-2, the novel human coronavirus are not visible to the naked eye. Ensuring that families, communities, businesses, and others are aware of and have access to effective surface disinfectant, store-bought solutions don’t offer residual disinfecting effects that prohibit such pathogens from living there after a routine clean. White Coat’s Ultrasonic Spraying Devices with enhanced spraying techniques deliver effective solutions in hard to reach and high-touch areas. More precise, more controllable, more repeatable, and more environmentally friendly, these devices also protect those surfaces from being de-contaminated because the solutions used have residual killing properties on surfaces.
COVID-19 anxiety is at an all-time high, presenting school officials with new challenges. How do you reduce the risks of coronavirus and alleviate these fears? While we all want to get back to the "old" normal, we also want to keep our students and schools safe with this "new" normal. With the uncertainty on how readily children can contract and spread coronavirus compared to adults, our company has implemented disinfecting protocols to help in maintaining a safe environment for students and staff. Committed to clean, our mission today reassures the education community that health and safety come first with disinfection services from White Coat.
The holiday season is in full swing. While the COVID-19 pandemic has kept many people at home, the fall and winter holidays traditionally are a time for friends and families to get together, and that isn’t expected to change in 2020. And with the weather being a part of what makes this season so special, the new rain and dropping temperatures create the perfect opportunity for your air quality standards to plummet and take hold of your property. If we have learned one thing from the pandemic, it is you are what you breathe. To keep your business looking its best this season, now is the time to start planning with the experts at White Coat Disinfecting.
The beginning of 2020 has seen the spread of the novel coronavirus, and as many businesses had to keep themselves at home to prevent exposure, one invisible threat arised: poor indoor air quality. With the crisis bringing clean air stakes into sharp relief, the slow-down has provided a fleeting glimpse of a clean air future for businesses, homes, and ecosystems.
But pandemic or no pandemic, improving the quality of the air we breathe and the cleanliness of the surfaces we touch have a profound effect on our health and wellbeing. Now as we continue to envision what the “new normal” is like, it is imperative to consider the impact that indoor air quality (IAQ) has on one's health.
The coronavirus has changed what it means to clean. Dating back to the beginning of 2019, a business could basically scrub, wipe, dust, spray, and vacuum their way to a clean operation. But now, opening and maintaining business during this pandemic presents problems few have been trained to address. With local, state, and federal public health authorities issuing guidance that covers almost every conceivable situation, our business model began to shift from car detailing and pressure wash to providing hospital grade surface disinfection. As our requests for disinfection services began to double since the pandemic occurred, we became a force to reckon with as a leading agent in our industry. “We expect that this pivot into hiring companies with specialized tools and advanced technology will allow us to expand our business further and deepen our relationships with customers and partners all over,” says Jeremy Drake, President and CEO of White Coat Disinfection and Building Wash.