Government officials and employees carry out work that is so important to our communities and deserve to operate in a building that does not leave them vulnerable to potentially harmful diseases. Current conditions have made everyone more acutely aware of and sensitive to levels of cleanliness, making the requirement for a clean environment much more mandatory. Aside from traditional cleaning methods, disinfecting services provide an extra layer of protection that can help to reduce the amounts of dangerous bacteria that can lead to virus and infection.
Workers in the government sector make connections most days when they are meeting, talking and dealing with so many people daily, presenting many opportunities to spread germs and sickness. They also gather in very large groups at times to hold quorums, vote or conduct meetings. Desks, conference tables, lobbies, meeting rooms, shared common areas and restrooms can contribute greatly to the susceptibility of contagious viruses. In addition to traditional cleaning, disinfecting services can help to facilitate a more clean setting to carry out business.
With so many options, it can be difficult to distinguish one company’s disinfecting services from another’s. BioBlasting’s proprietary systems deliver alternative cleaning and disinfection technologies. Our products and solutions are designed to take an environmentally conscious approach to combating the spread of infectious disease in many industries. These products are much more eco-friendly than traditional cleaning products such as bleach, ammonia etc. BioBlasting’s proprietary spray is applied to completely disinfect, deodorize, and clean homes, business, and public facilities. We spray into the air and treat hard surfaces to directly denature bacteria, viruses, fungi, allergens, dust mites, etc. Our technicians effectively remove biofilm from high-touch areas to eliminate the buildup of microorganisms on surfaces.
Disinfecting services can help to greatly reduce the risk for contracting and transmitting contagious diseases. Those that work in government buildings should be able to function with peace of mind so that they can focus on the bigger issues at hand that service the community and not about the cleanliness of their workplace.