Our Process​

We utilize modern electrostatic technologies to apply EPA approved disinfectant solutions safely and economically, eliminating all germs, bacteria and viruses.
Price Structure

Simple, Safe & Fast

Static Disinfecting will carefully disinfect all surfaces, prioritizing frequently touched objects and high traffic common areas using patented electrostatic technology. This application process allows for greater adhesion and attraction (electromagnetic theory) of disinfectants, providing more targeted and consistent coverage with less waste. All methods are performed in accordance with current CDC guidelines using only FDA approved disinfectants.

Our Static Process


A professional technician will arrive as scheduled to meet with you or gain access to the property as agreed upon with all necessary equipment.


Utilizing an electrostatic sprayer, the technician will apply a light coating of FDA approved disinfectant to all accessible surface areas with emphasis on common “touchpoints” (doors/handles, counter/table tops, light switches, chairs) and high traffic areas.


All disinfecting products applied are non-toxic and safe for use on hard surfaces, upholstery, electronics and spaces frequented by children and pets.


The disinfection process for residential applications generally takes less than 30 minutes and requires an additional 10 minutes of “dwell time” but the area is safe to reenter immediately.

our process is scientifically proven effective




Virus & Bacteria





What we expect

  • The ability to access the property (as agreed upon) at the scheduled treatment time.
  • A clean work area, free of potential hazards.

What you expect

  • A professional, courteous and knowledgeable service technician.
  • Minimal disruption to your daily routine.
  • Assurance of a thoroughly disinfected living space free of all pathogenic microorganisms including COVID-19, Influenza and common cold.
Please note, disinfecting services do not prevent person-to-person transmission or reintroduction of microorganisms to a home or facility. We recommend following updated CDC guidelines for minimizing the threat of transmission at home and in the workplace and establishing a schedule for routine cleaning and disinfection as appropriate.