Professional Fogging Services For Office, Godowns & Basements
Ensure a safe environment in your commercial spaces with our hassle-free sanitization/ disinfectant services from trained professionals.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The chemicals used by our professionals are hospital-grade and certified to kill Coronavirus and other harmful viruses and germs.
If you are unable to find the appropriate space option for your requirements, please feel free to contact us directly and we will create a custom plan as per your needs.
In the sanitization/ disinfectant service done by our professionals, the infected area is fumigated with chemicals to kill harmful viruses and bacteria. Areas prone to high physical interaction such as door knobs, switchboards are wiped with the chemicals to avoid any missed contaminated area.
Yes. You have to prepare a little bit before the expert reaches your place, but these preparations are usually easier to do. Some of the basic preparations can be summer here under:
- Cover food and drinking water in the cafeteria and on tables.
- De-clutter and vacate the place where the treatment is to be performed so that professionals can do their job easily.
- The process might take up to an hour depending on the size of the treatment area. Therefore, it is advised to use the time before the treatment for any water or bathroom breaks.
Usually, you don’t have to clean your place after the disinfectant treatment, but depending on the kind of treatment and chemicals being used, our experts will advice you if there are any need of cleanup for anything after the service.
It is advised to leave the treated area for an hour to avoid inhalation of any fumes or chemicals.
It depends on the type of business and what the building is used for. Buildings with large numbers of people visiting or that are more likely to have infected people bringing the virus into it (and other associated risks) will need more frequent treatments to ensure the safety of users.