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Disinfect Your Home and Office Against COVID-19

Carpet Tech has the training, certification, and equipment needed to disinfect your safe space from COVID-19.
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Courtesy of Carpet Tech

While there is still much to learn about COVID-19, the CDC has been consistent in its recommendations for disinfecting frequently touched surfaces with EPA-registered disinfectants to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Carpet Tech, a Prosper, TX, based cleaning and restoration company, has the training, certification, and equipment for use against the coronavirus using an exclusive disinfectant process including the EPA approved chemical ProKure1*. ProKure1 combats bacteria, molds, and viruses, including COVID-19 on hard surfaces, soft surfaces, and in HVAC units.

Carpet Tech sprays the disinfectant from six feet down on all surfaces.  After a two hour kill and dry time, Carpet Tech IICRC-certified technicians can then professionally clean carpets and floors using their hot water extraction process.

Additionally, Carpet Tech can chemically fog a home or facility against the coronavirus and other harmful contaminants. Carpet Tech suggests a combination of both fogging and spraying for best results.

“We are poised to respond to local and regional needs regarding the coronavirus,” said owner Chet Pharies. “Already, Carpet Tech is working with local and regional schools and hospitals to disinfect for both prevention and in response to the coronavirus in community facilities.”

Carpet Tech has been cleaning and disinfecting homes and businesses for more than two decades. For more information, call (972) 540-5142 or click here.

*According to the EPA, while these products have not been tested against SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19, they are expected to be effective based on demonstrated efficacy against another human coronavirus similar to SARS-CoV-2

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