Coronavirus Disinfection Services

We deploy ELECTROSTATIC FOGGING method and rely on non-caustic, non-corrosive cleaners that will completely sterilize your property and make it allergen, virus and germ-free. Whether you need help with your home, office or other commercial facilities, get in touch with us and let us know what your exact needs are.

We’re proud to offer a service that promotes peace of mind once people return to work or recover from COVID-19. Each specialist service comes with a full report, site photos featuring the areas covered, and a worker declaration that details who the personnel in charge were for the entire duration of the project.

Additional Coronavirus informaton can be found at the https://covid19.govt.nz/

Coronavirus COVID – 19 Disinfection Services:

⦁    Kill 99.9% Of Bacteria and Viruses!
⦁    Protect Your Family or Employees!

Traditional Disinfective
VS
Eletrostatic Disinfection

Electrostatic spray surface cleaning is the process of spraying an electrostatically charged mist onto surfaces and objects. Electrostatic spray uses a specialized solution that is combined with air and atomized by an electrode inside the sprayer. Subsequently, the spray contains positively charged particles that are able to aggressively adhere to surfaces and objects. Because the particles in the spray are positively charged, they cling to and coat any surface they’re aimed at.

For awkwardly shaped objects or hard to reach places, cleaning staff only have to point and spray; the nature of the mist allows it to coat surfaces evenly, and envelope objects—even if the mist is only sprayed from one side. After the spray is applied, the sanitizing agent works to disinfect the covered surfaces. For this reason, electrostatic spray is an excellent solution for germ and contaminant ridden areas.

Person Cleaning And Disinfecting Electric Switches

Effective disinfecting isn’t achieved with a spray bottle and a rag, wipe or sponge.  Because with this process, pathogens can be smeared around and moved from one area to another.  Cross-contamination is a concern in any “spray and wipe” job.

Commercial Disinfecting Service​

All types of commercial buildings ranging from offices, educational institutions, churches, gyms and hospitals are highly susceptible to various bacteria and viruses. 

We rely on ELECTROSTATIC FOGGING and medical grade non-corrosive disinfectant solutions that allow us to perform our tasks without interfering with the normal functions of office appliances, computers, outlets, microwave ovens and the list goes on. All of the high touched objects by employees, clients or members will be thoroughly disinfected and deodorized according to standards that are considered clinically clean. There is no rinse needed, and all of the products we work with are IICRC- and NSF-approved and certified. This means it is safe to use them on various types of food contact surfaces.

Commercial Disinfecting Service​

All types of commercial buildings ranging from offices, educational institutions, churches, gyms and hospitals are highly susceptible to various bacteria and viruses. 

We rely on ELECTROSTATIC FOGGING and medical grade non-corrosive disinfectant solutions that allow us to perform our tasks without interfering with the normal functions of office appliances, computers, outlets, microwave ovens and the list goes on. All of the high touched objects by employees, clients or members will be thoroughly disinfected and deodorized according to standards that are considered clinically clean. There is no rinse needed, and all of the products we work with are IICRC- and NSF-approved and certified. This means it is safe to use them on various types of food contact surfaces.

Residential Disinfection Service

Our state-of-the-art electrostatic sprayers deliver the safest, most effective shield disinfectant over tile, grout, flooring, carpeting, curtains and draperies, and upholstery. We take great pride in our hospital-grade disinfectant that can leave all surfaces sparkling clean and thoroughly disinfected.

Our cleaning technicians can leave any residence clinically-clean, no matter how big or small. We take great pride in our home sanitizing services that will leave your place odor-free, as well as virus and bacteria-free.

Frequently asked questions

Symptoms of COVID-19 are similar to a range of other illnesses such as influenza and do not necessarily mean that you have COVID-19. Symptoms include:
  • fever
  • coughing
  • difficulty breathing.

Difficulty breathing is a sign of possible pneumonia and requires immediate medical attention.
If you have these symptoms please call on 0800 888 1080

New Zealand is now at Alert Level 4.

This will save lives. You must stay home.

Level 4 measures include:

  • anyone not involved in essential work needs to stay at home
  • educational facilities are now closed
  • businesses are closed, except for essential services like supermarkets, pharmacies and clinics, and lifeline utilities.

You must reside at the same place for the duration of the time New Zealand is at Alert Level 4. Where you stayed on the evening of Wednesday 25 March is where you must remain.

You must only be in physical contact with those you are living with.

It’s likely Level 4 measures will stay in place for a number of weeks.

Remember, what you do now, will affect all of us.

A state of national emergency has been declared because of the unprecedented nature of this global pandemic, and to ensure the Government has all the powers it needs to slow the spread of COVID-19 and reduce its impact.

The state of national emergency declaration allows the Director of Civil Defence Emergency Management to direct and coordinate personnel, material and other resources made available, and provides access to powers that would not normally be available, but will be needed to manage the ongoing response. This is an enhancement to the current COVID-19 response arrangements.

Using private vehicles for transport is allowed. You can travel if you’re accessing essential services or if you’re an essential worker travelling to, from or as part of your essential work. You should only travel in your car with people from your household.

Personal walks and other active travel like cycling or scootering, is fine, provided you keep a 2-metre distance from anybody outside of your household. Stick to simple outdoor exercise and avoid areas where you can get injured or lost. It’s important the emergency services remain available to support the response to COVID-19.

Remember, any unnecessary travel may spread COVID-19.

If you have concerns about a gathering of people, a non-essential shop or service that is open, anyone who is not self-isolating as required, or an event that breaches the criteria, you can report it to Police online at www.105.police.govt.nz. Do not ring 105. Reports will be prioritised based on risk.

The Government is acting to support people in New Zealand through these changes with a $16.1 billion package that includes:

  • a wage subsidy scheme. Previous cap of $150,000 per business removed
  • leave and self-isolation support
  • business cash flow and tax measures
  • mortgage repayment holiday scheme for 6 months — via retail banks
  • business finance guarantee scheme.

Your usual financial support, such as benefits, will continue.

More about COVID-19 support on the Work and Income website

Essential services remain open at all Alert Levels. This includes supermarkets, banks, GPs, pharmacies, service stations, couriers and other important frontline service providers.

You can arrange to have your shopping delivered, or have family, friends or neighbours drop off food or groceries. You just need to ask them to leave these at the door, rather than come in. Drop-offs at the door, rather than coming in, will protect them from exposure to COVID-19.

If visiting a store in person, you must retain social distancing of 2 metres, and wash your hands before and after visiting. 

More information about shopping safely.

  • a wage subsidy scheme. Previous cap of $150,000 per business removed
  • leave and self-isolation support
  • business cash flow and tax measures
  • mortgage repayment holiday scheme for 6 months — via retail banks
  • business finance guarantee scheme.

Your usual financial support, such as benefits, will continue.

More about COVID-19 support on the Work and Income website

If over the following days and weeks you feel you are not coping, it’s important to seek help and professional support. Your family doctor is a good starting point.

For support with grief, anxiety, distress or mental wellbeing, you can also call or text the ‘Need to talk?’ service on 1737. This service is free, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and gives you the chance to talk it through with a trained counsellor.

You can arrange to have your shopping delivered, or have family, friends or neighbours drop off food or groceries. You just need to ask them to leave these at the door, rather than come in. Drop-offs at the door, rather than coming in, will protect them from exposure to COVID-19.

If visiting a store in person, you must retain social distancing of 2 metres, and wash your hands before and after visiting. 

The State of National Emergency and the COVID-19 Alert Levels are two distinct and separate things. The Alert Levels specify the range of measures that we are taking against COVID-19. A State of National Emergency provides the people managing the response in an emergency, in this case COVID-19, access to powers they would not normally have, but might require now to implement and enforce these measures.

The Alert Levels can be applied without a State of National Emergency, and a State of National Emergency can be declared without Alert Levels being used.

However, the powers made available by the State of National Emergency do support and help us enforce the measures being applied at higher Alert Levels. The powers have been used a number of times so far, including to stop people doing non-essential activities and to requisition a carpark so it can be used as a community-based assessment centre.

These powers are complementary to the powers available under the Health Act.

For support with grief, anxiety, distress or mental wellbeing, you can also call or text the ‘Need to talk?’ service on 1737. This service is free, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and gives you the chance to talk it through with a trained counsellor.

You can arrange to have your shopping delivered, or have family, friends or neighbours drop off food or groceries. You just need to ask them to leave these at the door, rather than come in. Drop-offs at the door, rather than coming in, will protect them from exposure to COVID-19.

If visiting a store in person, you must retain social distancing of 2 metres, and wash your hands before and after visiting. 

More information about shopping safely.

  • a wage subsidy scheme. Previous cap of $150,000 per business removed
  • leave and self-isolation support
  • business cash flow and tax measures
  • mortgage repayment holiday scheme for 6 months — via retail banks
  • business finance guarantee scheme.

Your usual financial support, such as benefits, will continue.

More about COVID-19 support on the Work and Income website

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