GermWrap Disinfection Opens in Dallas to Aid Post Pandemic Reopening

GermWrap's professional electrostatic services will enable companies, in the Lone Star State, to resume their business endeavors in a post-lockdown era.

May 28, 2020 / / —

May 19th, 2020. TX, USA:​ Houston-based electrostatic disinfection company, GermWrap, has announced the opening of a new office based in the heart of Dallas. The new service area will allow businesses to reopen safely by disinfecting their brick-and-mortar locations in an efficient and affordable manner.

Comprehensive Disinfection To Support Businesses In This Difficult Time

As the lockdown restrictions across the country start to relax, organizations in the Lone Star State are now planning to reopen their doors to the public. At a time where the prevention of viral and bacterial infections is greater than ever! GermWrap's comprehensive electrostatic disinfection treatments can speed up the process of reopening, while the company's new office allows the Houston-based company to extend its services to businesses throughout Dallas and North Texas.

GermWrap disinfection services can be used in any physical setting, ranging from offices to shop floors, warehouses to manufacturing plants, as well as churches, gyms, restaurants, and schools. By killing 99.9999% of pathogens through a touchless application, the electrostatic disinfection process allows companies to protect employees and customers alike by eliminating any presence of COVID-19.

Using Coulomb’s Law, the disinfection techniques are EPA approved for COVID-19 eradication on all surfaces, while also meeting AOAC testing requirements for hospital disinfection and OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogen Guidelines. The electrostatic disinfection process is also a child and pet-friendly solution, that can treat an entire room within a matter of seconds.

GermWrap's new Dallas office offers emergency applications for businesses wanting to open their doors immediately, while routine treatments will ensure that workspaces remain safe throughout the months where COVID-19 is set to linger. Aside from killing the coronavirus, the broad-spectrum disinfectant prevents the spreading of other viruses and illnesses.

A full 360-degrees of coverage, that even hits the hard to reach places, enables companies to get back to business safely and efficiently without causing major disruption to ongoing operations. It is the ideal solution for firms of varying industries, sizes, and backgrounds.

About GermWrap

GermWrap is one of the Lone Star State's premier commercial disinfectant companies. They provide a level of hygienic cleanliness that surpasses the work of standard disinfection companies. The experts have supported a wide range of clients including Texaco, Plastipak, DentaLand, The Regis School, ULINE, Beard Papa’s, State Farm, Doucet Med Spa, and the NEA Group.

Boasting a reputation for producing fast and efficient disinfectant services, the business has already helped dozens of companies stay open during the pandemic and prepare for the post-lockdown reopening from its Houston and Central Texas offices. Thanks to the opening of the new site, even more businesses can now benefit from their innovative services.

GermWrap’s commitment to professionalism, fast times, and transparent communication are integral features at any time. However, those attributes are set to be even more crucial during these unprecedented times. The services are available with immediate results.

More information is available at ​germwrap.com​. Alternatively, GermWrap's press contact Jeanette Gonzalez can be contacted at 832-612-7740 or jeanette@germwrap.com.

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Website: https://germwrap.com/

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