Rose offers a structural disinfecting service that quickly and effectively kills bacteria, fungi, and viral pathogens (including SARS-CoV-2) on hard, non-porous surfaces. It’s imperative that any disinfection procedure is performed properly, so Rose uses only products recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) “List N”. Our broad-spectrum treatment effectively combats all of the following:
This detailed service can be tailored to comprehensively disinfect all non-porous, high-touch areas including:
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It’s a specialized, in-depth treatment intended to combat dangerous pathogens on high-touch surfaces and other impacted areas.
Sanitizing a surface, as defined by the EPA, seeks to “reduce, but not necessarily eliminate, microorganisms from the inanimate environment to levels considered safe as determined by public health codes or regulations.”
Disinfecting a surface kills 100 percent of bacteria, fungi, and viruses on both surfaces and objects through the use of active ingredients.
Rose customizes the approach to every facility, based on specific needs. Our methods can include spraying, misting, and wiping.
Some preparation is required from your team (primarily, removal of clutter). A preparation list will be provided in advance to guide your preparations.
No. The service can be scheduled to occur between shift changes, during break times, and before or after opening. In most cases, the building can be reentered in as little as an hour after service.
The disinfection lasts until new germs are reintroduced to the surfaces. It does not continue to kill germs after it’s allowed to dry, so consider scheduling regular treatments to break potential transmission cycles – especially during an active outbreak.
Rose Pest Solutions uses proven strategies for the removal of nuisance birds from all types of structures. Rose programs are targeted to manage common pest birds such as pigeons, starlings, sparrows, seagulls, geese, and some less common pest birds. Our special service teams utilize Integrated Pest Management (IPM) strategies and are experienced in many methods of pest bird removal including specialized exclusion, netting, trapping, scare tactics, and even relocation.