We use cleaning chemicals, that meet the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-approved disinfectant labels with claims against emerging viral pathogens. Products with EPA-approved emerging viral pathogens claims are expected to be effective against SARS-CoV-2 based on data for harder to kill viruses.

For most clients, the service consists of three parts.

  1. Cleaning debris and dust from all surfaces.  This follows our detailed cleaning checklist with emphasis on multi-touch surfaces (door knows, pulls, elevator buttons, etc.).
  2. Sanitizing surfaces getting rid of contaminants that are harmful to our health.
  3. Disinfecting with the use of electrostatic foggers to reach those areas that are difficult to clean and sanitize.  It produces a fine mist that kills pathogens.  It will reach nook and crannies that are difficult to clean otherwise.   


Each client will be different and our services will be customized to meet their needs.  Give us a call at 301-741-4419 to discuss your specific needs.  

  • Where, how, and to what sources of SARS-CoV-2 might workers be exposed, including:
    • The general public, customers, and coworkers.
    • Sick individuals or those at particularly high risk of infection (e.g., international travelers who have visited locations with widespread sustained (ongoing) COVID-19 transmission, healthcare workers who have had unprotected exposures to people known to have, or suspected of having, COVID-19).
    • Non-occupational risk factors at home and in community settings.
    • Workers’ individual risk factors (e.g., older age; presence of chronic medical conditions, including immunocompromising conditions; pregnancy).

Basic protection methods are more successful when other detail methods are addressed at the same time.  Hand-washing and good hygiene are great tools to prevent the spread of the disease when done concurrently with deep cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting of the common use areas. 


We can help you meet the new OHSA guidelines for COVID 19 and we can be an important part of your response plan.  We constantly stay abreast of guidance from federal, state, local, and/or territorial health agencies, and consider how to incorporate those recommendations and resources into our specific plans. Our services consider and address the level(s) of risk associated with various worksites and job-tasks workers perform at those sites. Such considerations may include: