Are you worried about germs, viruses, or extensive contamination at your home, business or school? First Call now extends its reliable services to include hospital-grade environmental disinfecting services.
- Facility maintenance sanitizer application plans
- Large scale cleaning and disinfectant application
These are particularly useful if you need to have emergency disinfection services and protocols in place.
Even better, we can offer either one-time services or provide regular services on a weekly or bi-weekly basis according to your needs.
Hospital-Grade Disinfectant Coupled With Stellar Service
First Call has worked with businesses and universities of all sizes and helped them with their restoration and cleaning needs. We’re happy to be able to offer these hospital-grade services as well to protect your health and the health of those you love. We’ll examine each of them in more detail.
Facility Maintenance Sanitizer Application Plans
What are the most contaminated surfaces in your workplace? They are most likely the places touched most often by a large number of people. This includes door handles, countertops and elevator buttons.
We also clean other items that aren’t easy to sanitize, such as carpet and upholstery.
This is an important service for public areas such as conference rooms, breakrooms and waiting rooms—essentially, any area where a large number of people congregate or pass through.
Large Scale Cleaning and Disinfectant Application
We can work with you to sanitize and clean areas including (but not limited to):
- Manufacturing facilities
- Long-term care facilities
- Private Homes
We use HEPA level filtration and negative air pressure.
What Is a HEPA Filter?
HEPA stands for high-efficiency particulate air. This is a type of air filter that forces air through a small, tiny mesh. This mesh, in turn, traps harmful particles. They are found in most air purifiers.
What Is Negative Air Pressure?
When the pressure inside your home is lower than the pressure outside, then you have negative air pressure. It’s used to contain any airborne contaminants and keep them from contaminating the rest of an area.
Negative air pressure is commonly used in hospitals in quarantine areas. We also utilize these same infection control principles when working with hospitals, apartment homes, and long-term care facilities.
Negative air pressure ensures that contaminants do not leave the room.
Why Are Emergency Disinfection Plans Important?
We live in a world of the unpredictable. When your site is contaminated either by viruses, mold or chemicals, we spring into action. There are several OSHA regulations for maintaining a safe working environment, and we help you not just meet but exceed those qualifications.
But we realize that your life is more than work or school, so we offer these same disinfectant application procedures to ensure your home is healthier for you and your family.
We can clean an area as small as an apartment or as large as an industrial warehouse or a university. We will demonstrate the same dedication to excellence that we exhibit on all our projects, whether it’s air quality testing, mold removal or crawl space encapsulation.