Frequently Asked Questions

Can this be used around electrical equipment?

The fogging solution is applicable for airborne and surface contamination control and unlike some other alternatives, we use a “dry mist” solution.

We have full confidence that all electrical equipment including: office equipment, kitchen appliances, computers etc are completely safe to be left in-situ whilst the fogging disinfection takes place.

Across Europe ionised hydrogen peroxide fogging is used in laboratories, schools, hospitals, retail stores, surgeries, care homes, offices and public transport. Anywhere wherever people will congregate and there is a risk of infection.

How do I know that fogging is actually going to work?

Fogging is popular and a well known effective service used by many companies and organisations.

It is a viable way to disinfect areas that have suffered an outbreak.

We are able to offer it as an easy access solution for domestic and commercial areas in the local areas of Bournemouth, Poole, Chrischurch in Dorset.

Did you know airlines use disinfectant fogging to deep clean airport facilities as part of a move to combat the spread viruses.

Is this treatment safe for my home?

Yes absolutely, our ULV fogging treatment uses Steri-7. This is a certified antiviral product that is non-toxic, non-corrosive and 100% safe for domestic use eliminating viruses, pathogens, bacteria, germs, and fungi in all areas of your home including those difficult to reach places.

Who will carry out the treatment?

This service is executed by professional operatives, we use high quality equipment and protection gear such as masks, gloves and suits.

Our technicians are fully trained, HSE Compliant and trained in COVID-19 awareness.

Is the treatment effective against coronavirus (COVID-19)?

We use Steri-7 certified virucides. They have been lab-tested against a wide variety of germs and proven to destroy 99.9999% of pathogens found on surfaces.

FDA and EU regulations do not allow brands to make specific untested viral claims, but from a scientific perspective, Coronavirus is an enveloped virus which in general are effectively killed or inactivated by certain alcohols. This is why the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centre for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) recommend the use of hand sanitiser as a preventive measure.

When can I clean the areas again after the treatment?

You can have the areas cleaned as soon as the next day.