Air Quality Express

Coronavirus Cleaning Service Houston

Keeping your home and business clean and air safe with over 10 years of experience

Coronavirus Cleaning Service Company In Houston, Tx

Disinfecting & Cleaning Services

How Air Quality Express Performs Coronavirus Cleanup

When performing coronavirus cleaning Houston, we carefully adhere to CDC guidelines.
Our certified and trained techs use heavy-duty fogging system when providing coronavirus cleaning Houston services. All common touchpoints (example: Doorknobs, light switches, keywords, etc.) will be hand-treated to ensure coverage. Our chemicals and methods used to meet the CDC recommended procedures to disinfect surfaces of the COVID-19 Virus.
  • We use EPA registered and CDC approved disinfectants
  • Every infected area will be cleaned and disinfected utilizing industrial strength EPA-registered products
  • Every infected area will be cleaned with UV sterilizing lights
  • Our Technicians wear (PPE) personal protective equipment
    Air Quality Tech follows a coronavirus sterilization process to ensure that all our trucks, the equipment we use are clean and free of contaminants
Sanitation & Disinfection Of All Surfaces Such As:
  • Flooring
  • Walls
  • Light switches
  • Doors
  • Counter Tops
  • Desks
  • Work Areas
  • Bathroom
  • Exterior Doors
  • Exterior Handrails
  • Lunchrooms
Air Quality Express is dedicated to providing our customers with swift coronavirus cleaning services with emergency response time 24/7 so you and your family can rest peacefully knowing that your health is our top priority. We make it a point to always answer our own phones so you never talk to an answering machine
Here at Air Quality Express, we understand the extreme seriousness of infectious diseases spreading rapidly throughout our communities.  Consequently, Air Quality Express is aware of the constant changing of the situation with respect to coronavirus (COVID-19) which can be very frightening when the safety of your family and employees are in question. 

Understanding the between cleaning, disinfecting, and sanitizing and why they are not all the same thing. 

You may be wondering what is the difference between coronavirus cleaning, disinfecting, and sanitizing? 
Cleaning Services is the process of removing dirt, germs and impurities for materials, objects and surfaces. The cleaning process works by utilizing detergent or soap with water that can help to remove dirt, germs  and any impurities from surface areas. It is important to know that this process will not kill all germs but rather remove them and help reduce the risk of spreading any infectious disease.
Disinfecting Services is the process of killing germs that are found on materials, objects and surface areas.  The disinfection process works by utilizing chemicals to help kill germs that are found on surfaces and objects. It is important to note that the disinfection process is implemented to kill germs after cleaning has been performed. In this way it can help to reduce the risk of any infection spreading.  
Sanitizing Services is the process of reducing the numbers of germs and bacteria that are found on surfaces and objects down to very low or safe levels that have been determined by public health standards. It is important to note that sanitization can kill a larger amount of germs and bacteria than just cleaning alone. However, according to the CDC sanitizers by themselves cannot kill all viruses

Why COVID-19 disinfection and coronavirus cleaning is necessary 

Research from the CDC shows that the covid-19 virus has the capability to live almost up to 9 days outside a carrying host. In addition, tests performed on a passenger ship that had high numbers of covid-19 infections revealed that the coronavirus was still able to be present on surfaces almost 17 days after occupants left the cabin rooms.  To ensure complete coronavirus cleaning and disinfection cleanup, the need for professional deep cleaning is recommended in living areas where there have been previously infected people living before anyone else may enter again. 

Important areas in your home that need to be cleaned and  disinfected

  • HVAC units and air ducts 
  • Kitchen, living areas, bathrooms and bedrooms
  • Desks, counter tops, hard flooring and tables

Houston Residential & Commercial Infectious Disease Coronavirus Cleanup Services. 

As the COVID-19 virus continues to spread the need for professional cleaning services for businesses and residential continues to grow. Air Quality Express is uniquely positioned to assist in the coronavirus cleaning and disinfection of commercial and residential buildings such as restaurants, malls, hotels, schools, nursing homes, office buildings, hospitals and more. Our top priority is making sure we are able to limit your family and employee’s exposure to any potential health issues or liabilities that may arise if you are open during business hours or planning to reopen or if you are dealing with an active disease infection in your business or home location. 

Air Quality Express is able to perform infectious disease cleanup for any virus or bacteria, including COVID-19 in commercial businesses and residential homes 

  • Auditoriums
  • Changing rooms
  • Gas stations
  • Government buildings
  • Gyms
  • Offices
  • Restaurants
  • Schools
  • Sports locker rooms
  • Theatres
If you have any questions or would like to learn more on how Air Quality Express can help with infectious disease and coronavirus cleanup services please feel free to call us at 832-781-0105 with any questions and book an appointment today!
disinfection process

Air Quality Express – Your Home and Business Disinfection Professionals

In these uncertain times, it’s important to give you and your family peace of mind in every way possible. Having experienced Houston disinfection professionals like Air Quality Express just a phone call away could mean the difference between a two-week movie marathon and a real, forced quarantine – give us a call at (832) 781-0105 and schedule our home disinfection services today.

Some advice from CDC

Clean your hands often

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds especially after you have been in a public place, or after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
  • If soap and water are not readily available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Cover all surfaces of your hands and rub them together until they feel dry.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
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