Disinfectant Services for COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
The health and safety of our community is a priority right now, and Biotrauma, Inc. is offering a specialized disinfectant service for COVID-19 (coronavirus) to the neighborhoods of Northeast Georgia and Metro Atlanta. Our disinfectant service utilizes CDC-recommended hospital-grade disinfectant during our decontamination process.
In addition, if your place of business is concerned about coronavirus or any airborne pathogen, call us today. Biotrauma offers hospital-grade disinfectant fogging services for schools, daycares, churches, office buildings and more.
This hospital-grade disinfectant both disinfects hard services throughout your location from all viruses as well as works on fabric and leather to inhibit the growth of certain fungi, staph and MRSA.
Our team of trained technicians apply OSHA and EPA-certified techniques. While disinfectant fogs can’t prevent an infected visitor from walking through your door, it can inhibit further spreading of pathogens and work to prevent a pathogen’s stay on surfaces throughout your location.
Our Disinfectant Service Process & FAQs
What’s our disinfectant process?
We have created an effective two-step process for mitigating the threat of COVID-19.
Step 1: A thorough wipe down of high-trafficked areas of the home (door knobs, light switches, etc.) with our disinfectant.
Step 2: Fogging with our ultra-low volume fogger of the CDC-approved hospital-grade disinfectant throughout the ENTIRE home.
How long will this process take?
The process takes about 30-45 minutes to complete, and you can return inside moments after our completion.
Who does this treatment?
Biotrauma’s team of qualified and trained technicians will provide the service to your home or office. They arrive, fully suited, and will ask you to leave the inside of your house or business while they conduct the treatment. We guarantee our technicians will remain a safe distance from you and your family or co-workers, per CDC social distancing guidelines.
Who should use this service?
We recommend that your residential or commercial property be properly disinfected if you are an essential worker, you have visited the grocery store or gas stations, or visited friends and family who have not properly quarantined themselves.
What if someone has tested positive for COVID-19?
In the event you or a family member or co-worker have tested positive for COVID-19, we can provide an additional service of ozone treatment, which utilizes a fan system to carry oxygen of UV lightbulbs to convert the oxygen into ozone gas – mitigating any threat of coronavirus on surfaces or items onsite. Biotrauma has utilized this treatment for more than 10 years, effectively decontaminating homes and other indoor environments of potential infections and harmful disease.
Neighborhood Specials & DiscountsAs we work together to flatten the curve, we would like to offer Neighborhood Bundles to communities that would like for all of their homes to be disinfected together. If you think your neighbors would like to receive this service, we will offer 10% discount to those neighborhoods.
More Information about COVID-19
What is Coronavirus (COVD-19)?
Coronavirus COVD-19 is a new strain in the family of coronaviruses first reported in Wuhan, China on New Year’s Eve 2019. The family of coronaviruses includes illnesses ranging from the common cold to major respiratory illnesses such as MERS and SARS.
Coronaviruses are typically first transmitted from animals and then become infectious between humans. The original source of COVD-19 is not known but is believed to have come from a food vendor possibly selling exotic animals. There are also other coronaviruses that circulate in animals but have yet to infect humans.
Common signs of a coronavirus infection are symptoms such as cough, fever, shortness of breath and breathing difficulty. In severe cases, and in the case of COVD-19, or in those with weakened respiratory systems and become pneumonia and severe acute respiratory syndrome which can lead to kidney failure and even death.