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COVID Cleaning and Disinfectant Services

Reynolds Restoration Services offers COVID-19 cleaning for commercial properties in the mid-Atlantic region. Our trained emergency restoration team will inspect and scope the property for cleaning to the desired outcome. We will provide a written scope, schedule and estimate.

Reynolds Restoration uses Center for Disease Control and EPA-registered disinfectants engineered to combat viruses that cause COVID-19 and other bacteria. Before the application of disinfectants following manufacturer instructions, Reynolds Restoration will contain the areas in question.

Currently, Reynolds Restoration is categorizing infection decontamination projects into the following three tiers:

Tier 1: Proactive Cleaning: No confirmed cases.
Technicians will utilize ULV or electrostatic fogging machines to apply safe and effective disinfectants to air and surfaces. Depending on the scope, technicians may hand clean high touch point surfaces like doorknobs.

Tier 2: Unknown Contamination: No confirmed cases. Suspicion of exposed or diagnosed individual.
In addition to Tier 1 procedures, Reynolds Restoration technicians will detail clean and disinfect all exposed nonporous and porous surfaces by hand. Negative air may be established to assist in air exchanges to create a healthier environment.

Tier 3: Confirmed Contamination: Confirmed diagnosed individual.
In addition to Tier 1 and 2 procedures, Reynolds Restoration technicians may include the use of ozone or hydroxyl-ozone generation with written authorization only. We will engage an industrial hygienist to do pre and post-testing.

Although there are no specific surface or air quality tests as we know for COVID-19 or other specific viruses, Reynolds Restoration has the ability to test on-demand surfaces using an ATP method of surface wipe. This will show the presence or absence of potential contaminants.

*Our cleaning process was developed based on the best information available provided by organizations like the Center for Disease Control, Environmental Protection Agency, OSHA and specific restoration industry certification bodies. Our goal is to provide the most thorough cleaning of any indoor environment not specific to COVID-19 or any other microorganism. We cannot guarantee and make no promises to affect the indoor environment to have an impact (positive or negative) to one’s health before or after cleaning.

Preventing the Spread of COVID-19

According to the CDC recommendations, the best way to stop the spread of COVID-19 is to avoid being exposed to the virus. The virus is spread through respiratory droplets mainly from person-to-person contact. To protect yourself, everyone should:

  • Practice good hand hygiene: washing your hands with soap and water is one of the easiest ways to avoid infection. This is especially important after touching a surface that may have come into contact with a pathogen.
  • Avoid close contact: follow social distancing guidelines and limit or avoid contact time with individuals who are sick.
  • Cover your mouth and nose around others: masks and facial coverings help protect other people in case you are infected.
  • Clean and disinfect: Clean high touch points daily, and even several times a day, to remove bacteria. Read the product label to make sure you are following the manufacturer’s directions for application.

PREP Program

While emergencies are hard to predict, there is a way to plan for them and minimize the impact to an organization’s operations. Schedule an appointment today to learn more about our no-cost Proactive Restoration & Emergency Planning program.