Keep you and your family safe by getting the outside touch points that can transfer diseases disinfected. Aqua Jet will visit your neighborhood on the day that trash is collected and disinfect items like your garbage cans, door handles, handrails, mailbox, etc. We only use chemicals that are CDC-approved to kill the coronavirus.
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Disinfect and pressure wash trash can inside and out.
$25 per can (for one can)
$20 per can (for 2 or more cans)
Touch Point Disinfection
We will use CDC-approved disinfectant to wipe down high-touch-point areas on the front of your home. This will Include items like: door handles, handrails, mailbox, small shipping parcels, and garage door keypads.
$20 per visit
$16 per visit (if bundled with trash can cleaning)
Minimum of 4 consecutive weeks worth of service is required. Payment must be received in advance.
Get 10% off your first month’s bill if you refer a neighbor who becomes a paying customer.
Custom Disinfection Packages
Do you have a larger disinfection or cleaning project that you would like help with? Give us a call and we can put together a custom package to get you set up.
Other Pressure Washing Services Offered
- Exterior surfaces (stucco, brick, siding, etc)
- Removal of hard water stains on home surfaces
- Curbs and gutters
Call to book ($110/hour - $100 minimum charge)
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Are you currently looking for COVID-19 disinfection services in Utah? Let us show you why we have been Utah's trusted premiere cleaning service for over 24 years.
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Chemical use and disclaimer:
We use a diluted sodium hypochlorite solution (more commonly known as bleach) for the above disinfection services. Sodium hypochlorite is recommended for use against the coronavirus on the CDC’s website and can be found here: Cleaning and Disinfection for Households. Although we take care to properly dilute and remove sodium hypochlorite residue from disinfected surfaces, sodium hypochlorite can cause damage to some surfaces. If there are surfaces that you do not want to have disinfected with this solution, they must be clearly marked so our technicians can avoid applying the solution to it.