With the coronavirus changing the landscape for hundreds of millions of people, questions like “dod disinfectant foggers really work?” have grown in popularity. Though a disinfectant fogger can greatly assist in a home’s needs to be clean, it may not be the average solution.
United Water Restoration Group, a company that provides disinfectant services which utilizing disinfectant fogger equipment, would like to discuss this question. While the average homeowner may not have a need for a disinfectant fogger, they can assist in providing a clean and safe space. Though the EPA has issued a statement regarding disinfectant foggers, their decision currently remains unclear on the use of these items. United Water Restoration Group would like to go over the use of disinfectant foggers and how they can help your home or business.
What Are Disinfectant Foggers?
Though you may have heard about someone using a disinfectant fogger, you may not know what it is or does. Fogging equipment is nothing new in United Water Restoration Group’s line of work. We utilize this equipment to do several other things for damaged homes. Fogging equipment can be utilized to prevent lingering odors from water or mold damage, as well help disinfectant air. These machines are typically administered in a closed-off building with open space. It is similar to fogging machines used during Halloween events, except it is filled with chemicals that are tailored to help clean and clear the air.