Commercial Disinfection Services In South Florida

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DisMist Disinfectant Service

These days, your business needs protection from more than just insects and pests. Protect your customers and employees with the Nozzle Nolen DisMist Disinfectant Service. Our specialists apply a quick-dry mist to all exposed and frequently touched surfaces. Each treatment destroys viruses, germs and bacteria, and is EPA approved for use against the virus that causes COVID-19, allowing you to conduct business with confidence.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Why choose Nozzle Nolen’s DisMist?
A. Health and safety are critical discussions for most businesses that continue to operate or plan to reopen during this global health crisis. Restore your customers and employees, and loved ones’ peace of mind, so you can get back to work – safely.

Q. What types of viruses and bacteria is DisMist Disinfectant Service effective against?
A. DisMist Disinfectant Service is effective against germs, viruses, and bacteria. Ask your sales representative about our option that has been EPA approved for use against the virus that causes COVID-19.

Q. What type of disinfectant solution is used?
A. Depending on the application, it is an alcohol-based disinfectant or an oxychlorine with a mild, fresh odor. Both solutions are EPA approved.

Q. Is it nontoxic?
A. Yes. There is a nontoxic option that is more conducive for use around food. Please ask your sales representative for more information.

Q. Is there any offensive smell?
A. No, it is a deodorizer in addition to a disinfectant.

Q. How is it applied?
A. Technicians use an ultra-low volume (ULV) machine to release a fast-drying mist into interior spaces that treats high-contact surfaces and all exposed areas.

Q. What size spaces can be treated?
A. Almost any size spze can be treated, including: small businesses, large professional offices, vehicle fleets, commercial, governmental, and industrial properties.

Q. How will I need to prepare prior to the treatment?
A. The CDC recommends a standard janitorial cleaning prior to the service to help ensure proper penetration of the solution and effectiveness. You will also need to pick up loose papers, remove exposed food such as fruit, and store cooking utensils, pots and pans, cups and saucers, etc.

Q. Do I need to move equipment or furniture?
A. Because equipment and furniture are high-contact/high-touch surfaces, they do not need to be – and should not be – moved. Ask about special preparation for aquariums.

Q. Is it safe for electronics and soft materials?
A. Yes, it is safe for electronics, including keyboards, computers, laptops, and tablets, as well as soft materials, including upholstered chairs, carpets, and area rugs.

Q. Can it be used to treat inside drawers, cupboards, etc.?
A. Yes, drawers and cupboards are treatable as long as they are free of any items used to prepare and serve food and drinks.

Q. How long does it take to complete the treatment?
A. Treatment times vary. A small business can be completed in as little as an hour, whereas multilevel offices, large gymnasiums, or schools can take several hours to complete.

Q. Can I be inside the premises during the treatment?
A. All people and animals must vacate the premises during the treatment.

Q. How long will I need to stay away from the premises?
A. People and animals will need to stay away from the premises for a minimum of two hours.

Q. Will I need to clean up after the treatment?
A. No cleanup is required.

Q. How experienced is Nozzle Nolen with its disinfectant service?
A. Technicians are highly trained in the safe delivery of DisMist and the service that comes with it is top-notch.

Q. How long does the application last?
A. The application kills existing germs and viruses, including COVID-19, but does not prevent future germs and viruses. Essentially, what DisMist does is wipe the slate clean.

Q. How often should I schedule a disinfectant service?
A. There is no right or wrong answer, rather, it is a personal preference based on your comfort level. How much activity do you have in your office? If your business is a place where people congregate – a restaurant, for example – it might be best served with a weekly service.

Q. Will my insurance pay for the service?
A. No, insurance will not pay for the service. However, the service will be discounted with increased frequency.

Q. How do you price the service?
A. Businesses are priced based on your unique needs. Our specialists will be happy to perform a free inspection.