Three Reasons to Call SERVPRO in Wilmington to Slow Viral Spread
Disaster Clean Up and Restoration Leaders
Difficult times call for extraordinary responses. There are several business services designated as essential. Though the challenges we are facing can be a bit overwhelming, we train our SERVPRO team in disaster remediation. We bring you commercial-grade equipment and cleaning products to address pathogens, and we are proud to stand up and support our Wilmington community in this time of need.
Our technicians know that emergency cleanup in the Wilmington area requires immediate action, and that is why our goal is to provide a quick response. We are a trusted leader in the community for many reasons.
1. Biohazard Cleanup Certification
SERVPRO managers and technicians are trained and certified in biohazard mitigation recognized by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification. We use EPA-registered cleaning products that meet the emerging viral pathogens claim against viruses, and can clean and apply a disinfectant to any size space.
2. Containment Establishment Pros
SERVPRO frequently uses mitigation strategies when responding to disasters where the situation includes airborne and surface contamination as well as viral pathogens. Our negative pressure air scrubbing and infectious debris resolution strategies utilize high-efficiency particulate air filter-fitted equipment to improve air quality and prevent drift of microorganisms.
3. SERVPRO - A Name You Can Trust
Our team continually engages with the community during times of emergency, as well as every day. We work closely with area charities to mitigate and prevent all types of accidents and illnesses. The response team is highly skilled and flexible in helping manage many levels of hazardous situations.
Let SERVPRO of New Hanover support you as you meet a critical community need. Call us at (910) 762-8180.
Advice from the medical and scientific community regarding how to deal with the coronavirus is based on present knowledge, which is subject to change as the situation continues to develop. There can be no assurance that disinfectants alone will be adequate to fully eliminate the virus. We are not physicians or infectious disease professionals. Consult your medical professionals for individual medical advice.