Sanitized Safe Offers Residential and Commercial Disinfecting Services During COVID-19
By Lisa Padilla -
Friday Jul 10, 2020
Sanitized Safe, a Valley company and a division of Pride Group with more than 30 years of experience in the corporate space, is helping Arizona business communities eliminate disease-causing germs in any environment with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) approved and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) registered hospital-grade disinfectants. The state-of-the-art technology is equipped to kill COVID-19, H1N1, HIV, parvo, SARS, influenza and more. Sanitized Safe is also dedicated to giving back to the community by donating up to $100,000 of personal protection equipment (PPE) to those most at risk by lack of health care and financial resources.
"Our mission is to help families and businesses feel safe in their environments," said Robb M. Corwin, co-founder and CEO. "We are not a cleaning service, because cleaning is significantly less effective than proper sanitizing and disinfecting. Instead, we are eradicating the pathogens that have sent our world into an upheaval with techniques that are certified to safely kill coronavirus and influenza on non- porous surfaces."
The Sanitized Safe process consists of four main steps: site assessment, sanitization and disinfection, supplying personal protection equipment (PPE), and the recommended setup of a regular sanitizing and disinfecting schedule based on the use of your environment. Schedules can be arranged in daily, bi-weekly, weekly, bi-monthly and monthly formats, depending on the environment's traffic levels.
Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, the CDC reported $21 billion as the annual cost to Americans in lost productivity due to workplace illness. Now, with positive case COVID numbers on the rise in new national hotspots, including Arizona, the threat to small businesses and our community is greater than ever.
"Comparatively speaking, the money a business-owner stands to lose if an employee tests positive for coronavirus is far greater than the cost of budgeting a regular sanitizing schedule into their expenses," Corwin said. "Regular treatments are crucial to combat the high risks of being open during a pandemic. Business owners across the state no longer have the option of doing the bare minimum to protect themselves, their staff and their client base. Without advanced measures like this, coronavirus will continue to spread."
Offices, schools, retail facilities, restaurants, gyms and more can increase their chances of remaining open with the company's dual-charged electrostatic spray treatment, one of the most effective forms of destroying germs. The technology works as follows: the sprayed disinfecting agents are dual charged with positive energy, making the droplets act like a magnet attracted to non-porous surfaces. The droplets will reverse direction and move against gravity to coat and wrap around all surfaces, including hard to reach areas, killing the pathogens and protecting the area.
Sanitized Safe is a full service provider as it also offers air scrubbing and purification services plus PPE gear including nitrile disposable gloves, 3-ply disposable face masks with ear loops, KN95 face masks, full face shields, infrared no-touch thermometers and hand sanitizers.
The parent company of Sanitized Safe, Pride Group, has been a long-time resource for disaster relief aid in the Valley and surrounding states. From the construction of temporary triage medical treatment facilities to emergency community food distribution services including sorting and packing over 10,000 boxes for people in need, Pride Group and Sanitized Safe expanded to support the community, while keeping their loyal team employed.
About Sanitized Safe
Sanitized Safe, a Pride Group company, is a professional sanitizing and disinfecting service for offices, schools, events, stadiums, restaurants, arenas, homes, industrial, retail, bars, gyms and transportation. The CDC approved and EPA safe spray treatments protect commercial and residential environments from harmful bacteria, viruses, fungi, and infectious disease hiding in difficult to reach, critical areas where standard methods fail.