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Celtic Environmental Services is the ideal solution for disinfecting and sanitizing

  • We use specialized equipment for interior disinfecting and sanitizing.
  • Our products are approved by the EPA to be effective against SARS-CoV-2, the root cause of COVID-19.
  • Our program includes trigger-spraying and wiping all touch points and non-porous horizontal surfaces. In addition, our technicians apply the EPA-registered products using misting/fogging power equipment.

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This includes a decontamination of all surfaces and wipe down with an EPA approved solution, utilizing misting, fogging and cleansing methods.

We offer two solutions, both of which are approved by EPA for the fight against Coronavirus, each varying in disinfecting times and wait times upon completion. All trained technicians will utilize approved tools and equipment, including foggers/misters, PPE etc.

Our product selection controls COVID-19 by targeting the SARS-CoV-2 strain, which is the root cause of COVID-19.

Using specialized equipment for interior disinfecting and sanitizing, technicians apply the EPA registered products by misting/fogging power equipment. This application is the most common and deemed safe for electronics, porous and non-porous surfaces.

Technicians will identify the most touched surfaces and explain the entire process to the client before commencing services.

This service is offered as:

  • One time
  • Weekly
  • Monthly
  • Annually
  • Bi-Annually


Additional services that can be added to this precautionary program include:

  • HEPA vacuum of porous surfaces
  • Air testing

This level of service will be based on the type of service request concerned.

Currently there are two service requests: one for when a COVID-19 test was confirmed within a building or home; or one where circumstances dictate a deep cleaning service, such as a business or home with elderly, or those with underlying conditions.

This service requires a full review of each building and development of a disinfectant / cleaning protocol to be created, and it will include air scrubbers, HEPA vacuums, air testing, scrubbing, decontamination and sanitization process, and much more. This process will be utilized for organizations where a positive COVID-19 case has been identified.

We offer an array of cleaning/disinfecting solutions with EPA approved products, all of which have been approved against the fight of COVID-19 and other viruses. Here is an example of the contaminants approved for the EPA/FDA products we are utilizing.

  • Human Coronavirus* (EPA has determined that this product is effective against SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19)
  • Hantavirus
  • Hepatitis B Virus (HBV)
  • Hepatitis C Virus (HCV Herpes Simplex) Type 1 Virus (ATCC VR260)
  • HIV-1 (AIDS Virus)
  • Influenza A/Brazil Virus
  • Influenza A H1N1 Virus(Strain A/PR/8/34 and ATCC VR-1469

This department of this service will be based on the type of service request concerned.

  1. 24/7 Scheduling
    • After hours and weekend services are available for all business clients.
  2. Dense / Vacant Properties
    • Preparation and completion of projects will vary in time, based on how dense the property is and its occupation. Density here relates to how many offices, compartments, etc. Costs increase based on the time needed to service the same.
  3. Occupied/Unoccupied Properties
    • Unoccupied properties will take less time to complete than furnished / occupied properties. Our pricing structure takes this into consideration.
  4. Pricing/Quotes/Proposals
    • Pricing is based on single and multiple buildings and businesses. For commercial projects please call our office for full details  for an inspection of your property.
  5. Additional Option – Indoor Air Quality Testing
    • This preventive service can test the air quality of your home or building for microbial purposes only. It does require a minimum of two tests – one interior, and at least one interior, depending on the size of your home or building. This is not a form of medical testing.
  6. Additional Option – Soft Surface Cleaning
    • This service includes the cleaning of all soft surfaces, clothes, and other porous materials and belongings. The service is performed by textile restoration companies, and we can provide references for this specific service.

Put our knowledge and expertise to work for the ones you rely on


Get your home sanitized and disinfected before or after closing. Here at Celtic we take the safety of our family and your family very seriously. Sleep well at night knowing your family is living in a safe and clean home.


Parents and students are deeply concerned about the cleanliness of the facilities their children will be attending for school. Educators and faculty are not just responsible for students’ education but are also responsible for their safety. Our highly trained team here at Celtic will bring a peace of mind to parents and students when returning this upcoming year.


Our military keeps us safe on a daily basis, so now its our turn to keep our military and first responders safe. Here at Celtic we understand how important it is to take care of the ones who take care of us. Allow our highly trained technicians to clean and sanitize for our brave men and women.


Keep your company open by sanitizing to create a healthy, safe, and comfortable work space for your employees to flourish. Sanitizing is crucial to stop the spread of germs and virus’. Let Celtic help to maintain a safer workspace for you and your employees.

Service & Retail Industry

With the outbreak of highly-infectious diseases, it is even more vital we take extra precaution to keep your employees and customers safe by completely sanitizing your establishment. At Celtic we care about our community, let’s work together to keep our restaurants and stores open and thriving.

Frequently Asked Questions


Be prepared to exit your home or building, for a period of 30 minutes – 2 hours while the fogging solution is drying, depending on product offering chosen and level of service.

Ensure all porous materials, foods etc. are stored in sealed containers and removed from horizontal surfaces and floors.

Animals must be removed from the area during application. Once the product is dry it will have no effect to people or pets.

Yes, this product can be used in restaurants and kitchens. Food should be off of counters, and put away in a sealed package. Surfaces where food comes in contact will be rinsed with water after application.

There are no restrictions as to time interval to reapply.

Once products dries, no residual should be expected.

Yes, the mist will not damage electronics.

The products utilized are formulated for hard, non-porous surfaces. Some surfaces such as carpets are on the label, but application to a porous surface will not be as effective.

Latest research suggests by the NIH (US National Institutes of Health)  study found that the Sars-CoV-2 virus survives for longer on cardboard – up to 24 hours – and up to 2-3 days on plastic and stainless-steel surfaces. On clothing and other surfaces harder to disinfect, it is not yet clear how long the virus can survive. The absorbent natural fibers in cardboard, however, may cause the virus to dry up more quickly than on plastic and metal, suggests Vincent Munster, head of the virus ecology section at Rocky Mountain Laboratories and one of those who led the NIH study. *

Our clients must not immediately wipe down surfaces sprayed for at least thirty minutes after treatment.


Yes, it is imperative that all surfaces are removed of clutter or porous surfaces to allow the most effective treatment. Our application is most effective on hard non-porous surfaces.
All technicians will wear PPE as required based on product specifications, and will vary in degree based on services chosen.


Our service will provide decontamination to all areas accessible to our cleaning solutions and fogging/misting tools and systems. Based on the product specifications and methods of cleaning applied, all known viruses listed on the EPA decontamination products will be eliminated once the surfaces dry, (typically up to ten minutes). This provides a base line for all occupants and building owners. However, like any virus or bacteria, these contaminants can enter at any time after the service is complete, via airborne methods or carried in by building occupants. In today’s world every homeowner and building occupants must careful and cautious in managing their home or organization and adopt new systems and procedures for all who enter to comply with. Please see our Useful Links Section for more information on protecting your home or business in between applications.

Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using regular household cleaning such as soap or other approved sanitizing products to physically remove the virus. At a minimum, clean these surfaces every few hours. Don’t forget to clean under items and to occasionally remove and clean your phone case. Clean first, then disinfect for maximum protection. Choose fragrance-free options to minimize chemical exposure and wash your hands after cleaning surfaces.
It is important to remain diligent in preventive measures such as cleaning of high touch surfaces and regular hand washing. At this time, virologists believe that a good estimate is that COVID-19 can survive on plastic surfaces for one day and hard non-porous surfaces such as metal for three days. COVID-19 can also be affected by temperature, humidity, and other factors in ways that aren’t yet fully understood.
In light of this new evidence, CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies) especially in areas of significant community-based transmission.
It is critical to emphasize that maintaining 6-feet social distancing remains important to slowing the spread of the virus. CDC is additionally advising the use of simple cloth face coverings to slow the spread of the virus and help people who may have the virus and do not know it from transmitting it to others. Cloth face coverings fashioned from household items or made at home from common materials at low cost can be used as an additional, voluntary public health measure.
The cloth face coverings recommended are not surgical masks or N-95 respirators. Those are critical supplies that must continue to be reserved for healthcare workers and other medical first responders, as recommended by current CDC guidance.
Filtration-type air cleaners cannot capture and remove all, or even most, airborne viruses. However, they can help reduce exposure by decreasing the amount of virus and most virus-carrying particles from the air.
The air cleaner must be capable of physically removing the virus from the air. The size of a virus ranges from 0.004 to 0.1 microns. A HEPA filter will remove particles down to 0.1 microns at near 99.99 percent and will continue to reduce those particles smaller than 0.1 micron but at a rapidly decreasing rate.
The air cleaner can remove virus-carrying particles (or any particle) only from the air that actually goes into, through, and back out of the device. The air closest to the air cleaner will be extremely filtered but the further away from the air in the room is the less it will be filtered because of how long it will take for the air to circulate close enough to be filtered. In addition, most of the virus will be on surfaces, and air cleaners cannot clean surfaces, only air.
Add Ventilation: American homes are chronically under ventilated owing to our habit of shutting windows and relying on recirculated air. If you don’t have a mechanical ventilation system that will allow you to bring in fresh air, then you need to open windows. Fresh, outdoor air helps to dilute airborne contaminants and lessens the risk of infection. There are two basic ways to ventilate using your windows:
  • Continuous Ventilation (ideal): Keep windows open 1-2”, or enough to feel a draft on the back of your hand when your hand is in front of the window, all the time. Keeping windows “cracked” like this should not significantly impact your utility bill. To maximize air circulation, open windows on opposite sides of the house and on each floor.
  • Periodic Ventilation (good): Open windows and/or doors wide for at least 15 minutes, 3 times a day. Good times to do this are in the morning when everyone wakes up, while you are making dinner, and just before bedtime.
Increase Filtration effectiveness: Upgrade your furnace’s air filter to MERV 13 or equivalent. These filters can capture more than 80 percent of airborne virus-carrying particles, especially useful if you must recirculate air. Most buildings have lower-grade filters that only capture 20 percent of particles. If you are not sure if your system is designed for a high-efficiency filter, which can reduce air flow, consult a qualified Heating/Cooling contractor. Also replace the filter every 3-4 months or as recommended by the manufacturer.
* Disclaimers
  • Textiles, clothing, carpets and other soft surfaces are not covered with this service. While they are less likely to hold or cause contamination, these surfaces can be HEPA vacuumed as part of the services available. Please speak to our customer service representative for more information.
  • Fogging and misting services, with additional wipe downs with an EPA approved sanitization solution is primarily for hard surfaces and most touched. The fogging will cover all horizontal surfaces, bathroom, doors and handles, and other commonly used features.
  • Clients are always advised to prepare for the decontamination service, by clearing all products from horizontal surfaces, and ensuring all areas are accessible to our technician.
  • Our service will provide decontamination to all areas accessible to our cleaning solutions and fogging/misting tools and systems. Based on the product specifications and methods of cleaning applied, all known viruses listed on the EPA decontamination products will be eliminated once the surfaces dry, (typically up to ten minutes). This provides a base line for all occupants and building owners. However, like any virus or bacteria, these contaminants can enter at any time after the service is complete, via airborne methods or carried in by building occupants. In todays world every homeowner and building occupants must be careful and cautious in managing their home or organization, and adopt new systems and procedures for all who enter to comply with.
Click here for CDC recommendations for the workplace, home, school, and commercial environments.