Frequently asked questions
What does the treatment kill?
The disinfectant solution we use is a commercial grade EPA-approved, fungicide, sanitizer, cleaner, and deodorizer. It kills 99.9% of household bacteria and odor-causing bacteria including COVID-19, influenza, MRSA, hepatitis, cold viruses, and inhibits the growth of mold and mildew. It is a positively charged disinfectant that is powerful and works to easily track down and stick to negatively charged bacteria and viruses. Using top-of-the-line equipment, we spray an electrically charged fine mist that is effective on:
Over 120 other harmful agents
Is the disinfectant safe?
How much does it cost ?
Costs vary based on the size of your facility. We guarantee that we will beat any competitor's pricing. To get an estimate for your location, simply fill out our brief quote request form and a member from our team will contact you.
What areas do you service ?
How long does the process take?
Depending on the size of your facility, our process takes between 30 – 60 minutes. Once the disinfectant has been applied, it must set for 1 hour before your facility is sterilized and ready for people.
Once the treatment is applied, how long do we need to wait before returning?
Don’t go too far… it only takes 1 hour post-application to reopen your facility!
Does the solution stain or discolor?
No, in fact, our solution can be used on porous and semi-porous materials and surfaces including hard surfaces, carpet, fabric upholstery, subfloors, drywall, trim, frame lumber, tackless strip, and paneling. It can also be used to wash and sanitize clothes, sheets, pillowcases, and towels. However, we WILL NOT spray any leather goods or microfibers.
How does the process work?
It is an easy, contactless, three-step process:
How long does the treatment last?
We recommend having Germ Squad spray your place every 2-4 weeks depending on foot traffic. However, to fight the Coronavirus, the CDC recommends frequent cleaning of high-touch surfaces using soap and water, then a disinfectant. High-touch surfaces include tables, doorknobs, light switches, countertops, handles, desks, phones, keyboards, toilets, faucets, sinks, etc.