We employ Cleaning Management Institute (CMI) Certified Custodians and Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC) Certified Microbial Warriors!
Jitjatjo provides trained and accredited Disinfection Technicians to commercial cleaners, property managers, retailers, restaurants, hotels, schools, hospitals, and government agencies in New York City, Chicago, and Washington, D.C.
Our technicians are trained in various services that include: total disinfecting and forensic cleaning of office spaces and business premises to ensure they are free of harmful viruses, fungi, and bacteria capable of causing health issues.
The Coronavirus pandemic has made it compulsory for businesses to clean and disinfect their premises to operate. CleanDisinfect technicians are ready to help you achieve stringent safety measures and work to keep your doors open.
What’s more, the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) has approved specific disinfectants as effective against SARS-CoV-2, the Coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
Our professional technicians are experts in the disinfecting business and are required to complete a comprehensive training process, both written and hands-on, to ensure service quality.
Our staff understands that each business area has unique requirements that may mandate special cleaning and disinfecting methods. Therefore, you can be sure that your business will get the disinfection service aligned with your needs.
To avoid disrupting your business operations, our technicians are available mornings, afternoons, evenings, overnight, and weekends to get the job done. Our quality and EPA approved disinfectants will also rid your business premises of harmful microbes within minutes, and you can be up and running within an hour of completion.
Our cleaning and disinfection services follow the best practices specified by the Global Biorisk Advisory Council and utilize cutting-edge technology to maximize safety for your staff and occupants.
Electrostatic Spraying technology allows typically inaccessible areas to be disinfected by producing tiny droplets of electrically charged disinfection chemicals that travel through the air to bond to surfaces and kill bacteria and viruses. By employing this technique, pieces of furniture (such as counters, tables, handrails, push bars, etc.) and fittings (Buttons, sinks, switches, etc.) can be easily disinfected.