Total Disinfection Service
People are more concerned about bacteria and illness than any time in our history. With that in mind, now is the time to do a deep clean of your entire commercial property. Many business owners think their space is “clean enough”. The problem is that human pathogens are hidden and can make people sick behind the scenes. For that reason, every business needs to do a full and proper disinfection fogging. Sparkle and Shine offers exactly that for businesses here in South Carolina that are in need of an even deeper scrub.
Now Is the Time to Disinfect Your Property in South Carolina
If COVID-19 spreads at your place of business, it will absolutely affect your bottom line. But most business owners don’t have the tools or the knowhow to make sure their offices and commercial spaces are properly disinfected all the time. At Sparkle and Shine, we take care of all this, so that you can stop worrying and get back to business.
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Commercial properties, medical buildings, churches, salons and high-traffic businesses should evaluate whether daily treatments are an appropriate disinfection strategy.
Weekly (Most Popular)
If your office gets a moderate amount of low-impact public traffic, weekly disinfection to remove lingering bacteria and viruses may be sufficient.
Monthly treatment of bathrooms and common spaces can break the retransmission cycles of C. Dificil and other stubborn pathogens.
Keeping Your Business Clean and Your Customers Safe
You are most certainly not alone. Many business owners in South Carolina worry about:
- Customers and employees getting sick
- Having to close down temporarily due to the virus
- Not knowing how to effectively clean their work spaces
- And many more COVID-19 related concerns
The truth is that every business needs to do a full disinfectant fogging, especially right now. At Sparkle and Shine, we know exactly how to do this — properly, effectively, and safely.
Keep your staff, clients, and yourself safe from nearly every known human pathogen with a disinfection fogging from Sparkle and Shine.
Our Owner Handles and Checks Every Business Herself
At Sparkle and Shine, we make sure that:
- Your space is properly disinfected from start to finish
- Nothing is left to chance when it comes to cleaning or disinfecting
- Every single business space is fogged correctly the first time
With our experience and knowhow, we have perfected the disinfection fogging process for businesses in our beloved South Carolina.
Libby, the owner of Sparkle and Shine, personally inspects every single site to make sure your space is safe and clean at her incredibly high standard. You can rest easy knowing that she visits every site to be sure it’s done right.
A Clean Store Always Does More
If your employees or customers are getting sick, that can affect your bottom line in a very big way.
In times like these, customers are more concerned than ever about:
- Getting sick while out shopping
- Buying products that might be infected
- Making sure they only spend time in stores where they feel safe
Because of this, it’s absolutely vital for the life of your business to get rid of all contaminants, bacteria, and human pathogens.
Our disinfection fogging teams in Columbia, Blythewood, and The Midlands of South Carolina go above and beyond to be sure that your property is disinfected at the highest industry standard. That way you can run your business confidently and safely every day.
Get in touch with us today to find out if a disinfection service from Sparkle and Shine is right for you and your business.
Frequently Asked Questions
How frequently should facilities be cleaned to reduce the potential spread of COVID-19?
Please see this webpage for the answer to this question from the CDC.
What disinfectants kill COVID-19?
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website offers helpful tips on the best disinfectants used to kill the coronavirus.
How can we minimize the risk of spreading COVID-19 within our office?
Please reference the South Carolina Department of Health and Environment website for resources on how to minimize the risk of spreading the novel coronavirus
How long can the coronavirus survive on surfaces in my workplace?
The answer is that it depends on the surface and the environment. One study found that it can last days on some surfaces. They found that plastic and stainless steel can preserve the virus for up to at least 72 hours.
What should I do if one of my employees tests positive?
Libby, the owner of Sparkle and Shine, is not a Human Resources or Medical expert, so she can’t speak to how to manage the people in your office or store. However, we highly recommend that you immediately get a deep clean and disinfection fogging of the office or building.