Why disinfecting vs cleaning?
Promotes the importance of employee health and wellness
Creates a safe working environment for staff and guests
Eradicates COVID-19 virus and from the space
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Surface Disinfecting and Air Purification for any space
Approved by Health Canada
Shield's disinfecting service kills 99.9% of bacteria in 5 seconds and is approved by Health Canada to kill 44 organisms including coronaviruses, MRSA, Norovirus, and cold/flu viruses in 2 minutes or less.
We use a EPA-registered hospital disinfectant cleaner that is non-irritating and odorless. It’s a broad-spectrum antimicrobial that performs against bacteria, yeasts, viruses, fungi, spores, molds, mildews, and other microbes.
Hospital Grade Air Purification Units
Proven by Unbiased 3rd Party Testing
Option to Apply Disinfecting Yourself
Cobalt Mini applicator on Continuous Mister applicator
Professional grade with ultra low volume
High working efficiency
Cobalt mini applicator has fogging design that uses 60% less product than a conventional sprayer
90 day warranty on applicator
Vital Oxide available in 1-gallon jugs or 5 gallon totes
Coverage: Approx 8000 sq feet per gallon
We use electrostatic disinfection to fight COVID-19 in your workplace. Electrostatic spray surface cleaning is the process of spraying an electrostatically charged mist onto surfaces and objects. It uses a specialized solution that is combined with air and atomized by an electrode inside the sprayer.
Subsequently, the spray contains positively charged particles that can aggressively adhere to surfaces and objects. Because the particles in the spray are positively charged, they cling to and coat any surface they’re aimed at. After the spray is applied, the sanitizing agent works to disinfect the covered surfaces.
Our technicians use the electrostatic fogging method
The space is ready within 10 minutes of completion
Surfaces are 100% safe after treatment
We recommend the treatment every 24 hours
Our Disinfecting Process
Service Level Options
Disinfecting electrostatic spray every business day.
This is best for businesses that have a large amount of traffic.
The best way to keep customers and staff members safe, and conform to BC Health recommendations.
Disinfecting electrostatic spray 2-3 times per week.
This is best for businesses or locations that have a medium amount of traffic.
Disinfecting electrostatic spray 1 time per week.
This is best for businesses that have low volume of traffic.
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Shield Property Services is a Vancouver family owned and operated business, providing services to make property owners’ and managers’ lives easier, one service at a time.
We value each company’s unique needs and do what we say to your satisfaction and on time, otherwise, it is 100% free of charge.
We pride ourselves in care and passion for what we do and this is proven in how our clients are cared for by our team.
Frequency Asked Questions
How long does the electrostatic disinfecting process take?
How long the process takes is dependant upon your workplace layout and square footage. The general rule of thumb is one hour for every 8000 - 10,000 square feet. For example, a 40,000 square foot office would generally take about 4 hours. We recommend a 5-10 minute wait time before re-entering the office following service.
Is the product used for disinfecting safe for plants, humans and the environment?
Yes, the product we use is EPA and Health Canada approved and is safe for plants, humans and the environment. There is no need to cover plants prior to treatment.
Can staff leave paper, pictures and other personal items on their desk during treatment?
Yes, the disinfecting spray will not harm paper documents or pictures. However, it is highly recommended that any cups, mugs, food containers and consumables be put away / removed from work surfaces prior to treatment.
Can staff/guests be in the office while treatment is taking place?
No. Our technicians come fully prepared with PPE including face masks, gloves, and coveralls to protect from any cross-contamination of viruses during the treatment process. We advise that you let you staff know in advance that the office will need to be vacant during the treatment. They may re-enter the workplace just 5-10 minutes after the treatment is complete.