The service is appropriate for both residential and commercial structures.
Homeowners must remain outside of the home for two hours to let the product settle.
All food, plates, and cups must be safely stored, including pet bowls and cookware.
Treatment will be applied with a misting machine and will vary based on square feet.
The recommendation for treatment is weekly or bi-weekly to decrease the spread of viruses and bacteria.
While we cannot guarantee 100% protection, Atlas Cleaning disinfecting reduces the presence of viruses and bacteria.
What should you expect during service?
The disinfection application involves the use of a misting spray designed to disperse the disinfectant in fine micron particles that slowly settle onto all surfaces.
This will result in the surfaces becoming wet for a short period after the treatment. This period is when the disinfectant is active, and the surface must be left to dry.
Your Atlas Service Professional will wipe down all frequently touched areas (doorknob/handle, handrails, elevator buttons, kitchen and bathroom areas, etc.)
No one should access the structure until at least 2-hours post completion of application, dependent upon the ventilation of the premises.
Important steps for you to take, prior to service:
For Atlas to provide the most effective disinfection service, we ask you to make a few simple, yet critical, preparations before we arrive to perform the service. Your Atlas Service Professional will let you know if steps are needed beyond what are listed below.
Remove all materials which could be damaged by moisture, e.g. paperwork, artwork, photographs.
Remove all food items from the area to be treated.
Place food containers and utensils inside cupboards or drawers.
Cover all electrical equipment should with plastic, e.g. keyboards and monitors.
Remove from the treatment area all valuables you do not want us to treat.
Clear access for our Service Professionals, including removing trip hazards.
After our treatment is complete:
Apart from enjoying peace of mind for you and your family or work staff, the following quick housekeeping tips should be noted for continued success between disinfection services:
Inform your family or work staff, if there is any moisture remaining when they return, they should dry it with paper towel which should then disposed of. Direct contact with hands or other parts of their bodies should be avoided.
Rinse any food/drinking containers before use if they were left in an exposed location.
Ensure new materials brought back into the area are sanitized appropriately.
Wipe-down all food preparation areas with soap and water.