Disinfecting cleaning & Electrostatic disinfecting service
Electrostatic Disinfecting Service for
Valley Cleaning Service is a proud provider of electrostatic disinfecting service in Sacramento. We provide this service to businesses of all sizes. Our staff have been prepared and trained for complete professional disinfectant services in homes and offices across the region. It is our responsibility as professional cleaners to provide an expert level of care and concern when battling various viruses and bacteria found in homes and places of business.
Our professionally trained staff go above and beyond when it comes to the health and safety of our staff, your staff and your guests. We take disinfecting your property very seriously.
At all times during an electrostatic disinfecting service with a COVID-positive case, staff members are in full PPE gear from head to toe, as recommended by the CDC. During the cleaning, staff members are NOT permitted to exit the building for any reason (until complete). Our staff is regularly briefed on up-to-date cleaning procedures and the risk of cross-contamination.
We disinfect facilities with a two-step method; electrostatic disinfecting sprayers pre-treat all reachable and high-touch areas within a space, followed by a trained professional who wipes down all surfaces, nooks and hard-to-reach areas with List N approved disinfectants that have a kill time of 2 minutes.
It is important to note that after use, if new viral particles come into contact with the surface, a previously applied disinfectant will not protect against these new particles. While there are some EPA-registered products with residual efficacy against bacteria, there are no publicly available EPA-registered products that can be used to inactivate viruses over the course of hours to months after they are applied (i.e. “residual” or “long-lasting”
efficacy claims) (1).
We offer regular cleaning plans for facilities of all sizes and purposes to reduce the risk of exposure to viruses and bacteria.
Pricing starts at $0.05 PSF for all buildings over 5000 square feet. To inquire additional information regarding electrostatic disinfecting, request a quote today.
Residential Disinfecting Services in Sacramento and Surrounding
Disinfecting Commonly Touched Areas
Cleaners will use an EPA-registered medical grade disinfectant to clean your bathrooms, certain areas of your kitchen, and all commonly touched surfaces in your home such as:
- Light switch plates
- Furniture handles
- Doors and handles
- Stairways and banister railings
- Window sills
- Keyboards, mouses
- Tv controls
- Light and lamp switches
- Toilets, handles
- Floors where finishes allow
If you are interested in electrostatic disinfecting in your home, please give us a call at (916) 346-4096.
Frequently asked questions
Please inform us immediately when calling for a quote if you have tested positive for COVID-19 so we can take additional steps.
This will depend on if you are looking for disinfecting only, or cleaning + disinfecting services. We have different packages for both, and carpet cleaning can be included in any package for a full-home deep-clean.
We are here to meet ALL needs, all buildings, all size homes and offices.
When our staff arrive to work they will be scanned for fevers, cough or any cold or flu-like symptoms. Any employee showing symptoms of cough, cold or flu will be immediately sent home until fully recovered and fever-free for 48 hours.
Please remove as much as possible from surfaces throughout your home (counter tops, furniture, etc) so that we are able to disinfect as much floor and counter space as possible.
We are in full PPE gear to protect both you and our staff members. Safety and health for all is our top priority during this time.
The disinfectant that we use to kill many known viruses and bacteria is also found on the EPA’s registered list of disinfectants approved to fight COVID-19, and additionally is listed under the “Emerging Viral Pathogen Claim”. Please review this webpage for additional information on Emerging Pathogen Claims, and how the EPA lists and registers these products.
Here is another resource from the CDC regarding this disease, and how to stay protected.