Sanitizing Service

Eliminating Viruses, Bacteria and Pathogens

Taking a proactive approach against virus and bacteria can protect your families and co-workers. Minimize the risks of spreading the Coronavirus and viruses with proper sanitation protocols and keep your environments clean and safe.


For the safety of employees, customers and families, sanitize your businesses and homes to reduce the risk of exposure to the virus.

COVID-19 Protocols

We created our sanitization protocols using vetted specialists around the county to ensure the most effective virus neutralization and removal process available.

Virus FAQs

See the latest in the most frequently asked questions about COVID-19 and what you should know.

Sanitize Your Home or Business

As the COVID-19 virus continues to spread, we at AdvantaClean are committed to the health and wellbeing of our community. For the safety and protection of your employees, customers and their families, we offer sanitizing services for businesses, property managers and residential homeowners to reduce the risk of exposure to the virus.


AdvantaClean’s sanitization protocol includes preventative and decontamination services.

How We Work

Certified AdvantaClean professionals will arrive on-site to perform your sanitization service wearing proper safety gear (PPE and respirator masks).

What's In A Protocol

Our cleaning protocols have been vetted by hygienists from around the country and reflect the most effective virus neutralization and removal methods known. As we learn more from the CDC and other reputable sources, our protocols are modified to reflect the best practices.

The Services We Offer

Preventative cleaning (in areas with no known exposure to the virus) includes sanitization and mechanical cleaning of horizontal surfaces and common touchpoints such as doorknobs, computer keyboards and operational plumbing fixtures with microfiber cloths and an EPA-approved disinfectant solution.


Decontamination (in areas with known or suspected exposure to the virus) includes:


  • Fogging of the work area volume with an EPA-approved disinfectant to force airborne contaminants to settle on flat surfaces
  • Sanitization and mechanical cleaning included in the Preventative service

When We Work

AdvantaClean can perform sanitization services in your facility when personnel is not present, typically after standard business hours or while all employees are working remotely.


This sanitization service is solely intended to reduce risk and not meant to guarantee safety against the virus. We recommend everyone follow general safety recommendations and the advice of medical professionals regarding the prevention of infections.

COVID-19 Protocols

Since 1994 the professional teams at AdvantaClean franchises across the nation have been providing their neighbors with the kind of sanitizing process that goes far beyond an ordinary cleaning you could accomplish on your own. Whether it’s the latest coronavirus threat or any other airborne or surface-based toxin, our sanitization professionals know how to take any interior space to the next level of clean — AdvantaClean!

The Difference

When you do a routine cleaning of your home, office or other indoor space, are you following the strict protocols for sanitation laid out by the U.S. Center for Disease Control and your state and local governments? Are you using the kinds of cleaning agents recommended by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the National Sanitation Foundation? If you are, that’s impressive! But even then, are you trained in wearing all the proper personal protective gear required for the job, and can you honestly say that you actually cleaned every horizontal and vertical surface, not to mention the nooks and crannies throughout your living and working spaces? If you’re not completely sure about the level of sanitization where you live and work, then your residential or commercial property might be partially clean, but it’s not AdvantaClean.

Our Protocols

We have a strict set of protocols developed based on the guidelines from the CDC. Our team uses and receives training with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for exposure mitigation. This PPE includes: OSHA standard respiratory equipment, Disposable full body coveralls and no skin exposed requirements. We use a Zone barrier model to mitigate secondary contamination and follow a strict set of procedures when decontaminating an area.

Taking Our Service to the Next Level

Beyond the great people we’ve selectively hired, trained and entrusted to provide these essential services, why is AdvantaClean the next level of clean? Our process goes beyond a simple spray-and-wipe system.

We understand that these are hard-earned dollars that you’re investing to get to the next level of clean, and we demonstrate our commitment to our customers by not leaving your home or office until you’re completely satisfied with the crucial sanitization services we’ve provided.


Worried about the cost? Let us give you a free estimate and we think you’ll be pleasantly surprised at just how affordable a professional COVID-19 AdvantaClean solution can be.

Don't Wait, Sanitize Today

Our teams are standing by to serve you — help is only a call or click away! We look forward to protecting your home, business, or other interior space from COVID-19 and other toxins. Still not convinced we’re the best in the business? Don’t take our word for it. Take a few minutes to read our reviews from people like you across the country, then get in touch with us to get things rolling right away. We’re proud of our reputation as a professional, reliable and affordable service provider — other companies will promise you a clean and safe environment, and of course you can always do it yourself. But we promise that your living and working spaces won’t get to the next level of clean until they’re AdvantaClean!

Why Choose AdvantaClean

When you trust your locally-owned AdvantaClean franchise with your interior spaces, you’re making a proactive investment in the health and safety of your loved ones, your coworkers, and your customers — not to mention yourself!


When we’re on the job, we get to work immediately:

There’s “DIY clean,” and there’s “other company clean.” Then there’s AdvantaClean, which means we clean everything so that you’ll have total confidence that COVID-19 and other pathogens have been completely destroyed. You’ll also have the peace of mind that your AdvantaClean crew hasn’t cross-contaminated your surfaces by the accidental transfer of a toxic microbe from one spot to another. We’re too meticulous for that kind of mistake! After all, this is your safety we’re talking about. We treat our neighbors with the same level of precision and discipline that we would use for our own families.

Virus FAQs

The following questions are the most commonly asked about the coronavirus. For more answers to your questions on the coronavirus, you can find information with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
A large family of viruses. Some can cause illness in people or animals. In humans, it’s known to cause respiratory infections.
It can spread between people who are in close contact with one another (within 6 feet), through respiratory droplets produced from coughing or sneezing and touching an object with the virus on it.

Fever, cough, difficulty breathing, severe illness.

Only get tested if you have symptoms. Elderly patients that have medical conditions should call their doctor. Proper rest should help with the illness. There’s no need to see a doctor if you only have mild symptoms.

There is no specific treatment for illness from the virus and no preventative vaccine. Those with symptoms of the virus should receive proper care to relieve their symptoms.
  • Clean your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds after going to the bathroom, before eating, after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing
  • If soap and water aren’t available, use hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose, mouth with unwashed hands
  • Avoid close contact with someone who is sick
  • Stay home when you are sick
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze or use your sleeve versus your hands
  • Disinfect and clean objects and surfaces that are frequently touched
Elderly adults are at a higher risk of getting sick as well as people with chronic conditions like lung disease, heart disease, and diabetes.
For most people, the risk is still rather low. It depends where you’re located and if there’s an outbreak there. Be aware of the current situation in your area and where you plan to go.
Personal Protective Equipment. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires employers to protect against workplace hazards. PPE is equipment worn to protect workers from workplace injuries or illnesses.

Yes. You can routinely clean highly touched surfaces (doorknobs, faucets, light switches, toilets, sinks, handles, etc.) with EPA registered disinfectants, household bleach solutions, alcohol solutions with at least 70% alcohol, should be effective. Make sure to follow manufacturer guidelines on application and ventilation.


Using an EPA-registered disinfectant, household bleach solutions, alcohol solutions with at least 70% alcohol and cleaning high touch surfaces regularly, washing hands properly and covering our faces with a tissue when coughing or sneezing can help prevent the spread of the virus.
You should try to stay at least 6 feet (2 meters) away from someone who is coughing or sneezing. Wash your hands thoroughly between fingers and under fingernails with soap and water. Apply hand sanitizer that is at least 60% alcohol-based. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth. Make sure to follow state and local recommendations about going out in the public or to activities.

We’re local and in your community. We are dedicated to providing you with a healthy home and business. We offer sanitizing services for homes and businesses to reduce the risk of exposure to the virus.


Sanitize Your Home or Business

For the safety and protection of your employees, customers and their families reduce the risk of exposure to the coronavirus.