Morry Remediation Solutions provides professional decontamination services for both of our residential and commercial customers to help minimize the spread of infectious diseases*. We’re committed to delivering fast emergency response 24/7, day or night. That way you can have your peace of mind restored knowing that your home or business is safe to be in after being thoroughly cleaned and decontaminated. We strictly follow all of the guidelines and regulations put forth by OSHA and the IICRC. We use only CDC approved and EPA registered disinfectants, and we follow the most up-to-date cleaning and decontamination methods and practices.
Our certified technicians can decontaminate:
Disclaimer* Morry’s decontamination services help to curb the threat and spread of diseases like the common cold and the flu, but we can’t 100% guarantee with certainty the total eradication of them.
A thorough cleaning of highly touched surfaces with medical-grade cleaning solutions. Surfaces include, but not limited to:
Our technicians will disinfect hard surfaces in order to eliminate germs to CDC standards. By cleaning surfaces and then disinfecting areas, it can further minimize the risk of pathogens spreading. Selected areas will be tested with an ATP swab to ensure disinfection.
This wet fogging (a safe and non-bleaching solution) allows us to treat the nooks and crannies in a home or business. The wet fog is like a very fine mist, which means it will cling to both hard and soft surfaces. It also helps reduce airborne contaminates.
We regularly consult the CDC for guidance on any updates for standards in communicable disease cleanup. Our precautionary and post-infection cleanup methods allow us to reach areas that would be impossible to reach otherwise.
Level 1: Exposure Not Known – Precautionary cleaning with CDC-approved disinfectant designed to eliminate infectious disease contaminants.
Level 2: Possible Exposure – Deep, detailed cleaning with PPE used and proper use of specialized equipment.
Level 3: Confirmed Exposure – Extreme escalation on a case-specific basis.