Home Disinfection & Sanitizing Services Seattle
Home UV-C Light DisinfectionEntire Home (2400 sq. ft.)
- Takes 60 minutes
- Professional UV-C Light Disinfection Service
- Bedrooms, Kitchen, Bathrooms, Living Room, Dining Room, Hallways
- Performed by Licensed Technician
- Have people vulnerable to illness
- Suspect exposure to Covid-19, bacteria, and other pathogens in the home
- Are exposed to pathogens outside of the home
- Want to regular disinfection services
- Have carpet
Professional home sanitizing companies tend to use chemicals that are fast, cheap, easily accessible, and allow them to seem like they’re putting in lots of effort. The reality is that they’re harmful which is why these chemicals are not used by large organizations like hospitals and airlines. A better home disinfection service alternative is UV-C light.
UV-C House Sanitizing Services Offered
Our services only take 30 minutes to disinfect an entire home of 2400 square feet. Single rooms take about 10 minutes.
These are the residential and home sanitizing services that we offer:
Single room UV-C light sterilization. Typically only 10 minutes start to finish.
2 room package of UV-C light sterilization. Up to 30 minutes.
Residential HVAC system UV-C light sterilization.
Like single room UV-C light sterilization.
Shower / Tub
We sanitize the entire bathroom.
Of the home sterilization services, this is the simplest. Only 30 minutes to clean 2400 square foot homes. This home sanitizer service also sanitizes carpet.
UV-C Light Home Disinfection/Sanitizing Benefits
Companies and organizations that require the utmost protection against viruses and COVID-19 – like Microsoft, hospitals, and airlines – regularly use our technology to ensure the safety of personnel and patrons.
This UV-C light technology is now available to homeowners for home disinfection service. We’ve made it more affordable than ever so that it is accessible to everyone. Our pride is making this life saving technology available to every household.
The benefits of House UV disinfection service.
Kills 99.9% of Surface Disinfection
UV light For Residential Showers
People ask if we can disinfect their showers and the answer is yes. However, we would sanitize the entire bathroom, not
just the shower.
UV Light Residential HVAC
UV Light Cleaning Service vs DIY UV Lights
There are many UV-C lights available for purchase. They all have different wavelengths and strengths, and some are $10,000 while others are $99. These can work. A DIYer may want to try this themself.
However, the CDC does not recommend UV-C lights for disinfection because of the harm that it can do to those in the room while the light is on. Looking at the light or exposing your skin will cause damage to those exposed areas.
The Problem With Personal UV Light Sanitizers
The lights themselves do not circulate the particles in the room or area
They only kill anything within 6 feet
You will need a number of blowers strategically placed to ensure that pathogens under and on top of appliances are pushed out and cross the path of the light
Why Use A Professional UV Light Sanitizing Company
The professionals at Viral Clean Now are trained to not bring the virus into your home, to strategically set up the blowers, and to keep themselves and your family safe
Keep COVID-19 out
Process Of Hiring A Sanitizing Company
This is how to sanitize your house. Sterilizing your house has never been easier.
- Give us a call, or set an appointment on our appointment scheduler
- Choose your service
- Pay online
- We show up little early to the appointment
- UV-C light machines and equipment set up
- Evacuate all family members from the area being disinfected
- Pack up equipment
- Resume life
Does UV sanitizing work?
Yes, UV sanitizing works, definitively. The science is solid and well known. UV-C light machines have been used since the mid-20th century to clean hospitals and reduce aerially passed pathogens.
Does UV-C light kill mold?
Yes, UV-C light kills mold and mold spores by destroying the nucleic acids and DNA. Cells are no longer able to perform vital functions.
Does UV light kill e coli?
Yes, UV light kills e-coli.
Does ultraviolet light kill dust mites?
Yes, UV light kills dust mites.