Flash Bio Clean

Flash Bio Clean

Offering Decontamination Services Related to COVID-19

Flash Bio Clean will help restore your indoor environment by applying the latest technologies to thoroughly clean and decontaminate your property. We do this by utilizing electrostatic spray technology in combination with the local application of disinfectant to all high-touch surfaces, creating a safer environment where you live, work, and play.

Our training in biohazard remediation and our experience makes Flash Bio Clean uniquely qualified to assess and perform these decontamination services. We continue to follow guidelines put forth by the CDC and EPA, to work towards mitigating and remediating biological contamination including viruses, bacteria, and other pathogens.

Why Choose Flash Restore

  • Flash Restore has been registered with the Florida Department of Health to handle Biomedical Waste (BioHazards) since 2016.
  • We are uniquely qualified as we have Technicians trained in Hazwoper (Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response) guidelines set forth by OSHA which regulates the management of BioHazards.
  • We work meticulously to make sure that properties are returned to a safer living and working environment. Our Technicians are trained to prevent cross contamination.
  • All technicians are trained in the proper cleaning protocols using a Hospital-Grade disinfectant as well as utilizing the latest technology to apply disinfectant using an electrostatic sprayer to maximize surface coverage.
  • Certified in ICRA. Infectious Disease Control Risk Assessment.

How Does Electrostatic Spray Cleaning Work?

Electrostatic spraying is a method of applying a cleaner, disinfectant that involves applying an electric charge to a liquid in order to get it to fully cover a surface.

Electrostatic spraying has numerous advantages over conventional sprayers and other coating methods. Most prominently, the electrostatic charge applied gives a more even, full coat compared other methods. When the positively charged disinfectant is sprayed onto a negatively charged (grounded) surface, the disinfectant particles are naturally and strongly attracted to the surface. Since the entire surface is negatively charged, the entire surface will be covered by the disinfectant leading to uniform coverage. Electrostatic spraying can get to hard-to-reach areas, like crevices, around corners, and backsides of surfaces.

Surfaces are sanitized and antimicrobial agents are applied locally to inactivate microorganisms on both porous and non-porous surfaces.

Disinfectant is atomized into ultra-fine droplets and blown into the air for whole room coverage.

Industrial-strength air purification is performed for heavy-duty cleaning of harmful biologicals and to capture microorganisms.

Disinfectant is applied to surfaces using an electric charge for thorough full surface coating, including hard to reach areas such as crevices, corners, and backsides of surfaces.

Waste is safely removed according to the Department of Health and OSHA standards to prevent recontamination.

Decontamination, Disinfection and Sanitization

What’s the Difference?

At Flash we offer Decontamination Services. See additional definitions below.

Decontamination: “The elimination of pathogens or other substances from a surface; there are at least three levels of decontamination, the most effective being Sterilization, then Disinfection, and the lowest level, Sanitization.”

Disinfectants: Are antimicrobial agents designed to inactivate or destroy microorganisms on inert surfaces. Disinfection does not necessarily kill all microorganisms. It is less effective than Sterilization which is an extreme physical and chemical process that kills all types of life. It is not safe to use a sterilization process in a home or work space.

Sanitizing: Sanitizing is meant to reduce, not kill, the occurrence and growth of bacteria, viruses and fungi. Sanitizing a surface makes that surface sanitary or free of visible dirt contaminants that could affect your health.

We want to be clear that this is a mitigation effort and currently there are no products on the market that can claim to kill COVID-19. There has not been enough time to test a product’s efficacy against this novel virus, so buyers beware of companies making a claim to kill or inactivate COVID-19. The CDC has supported the use of products that are known to kill similar types of viruses as COVID-19. We have adopted the CDC suggestions and continue to practice safe biohazard remediation using these EPA-registered products designed to kill similar viruses.

Protecting Our Health As Well As Yours

The health and safety of our employees is our highest priority. Whenever we are dealing with potentially hazardous situations, we will wear the proper personal protective equipment as required by OSHA and CDC protocols. We protect our technicians and in turn we are protecting all stakeholders. Our Technicians are trained to prevent cross contamination.

When applying any cleaning products, we follow all EPA label instructions to ensure the safe and effective application of the product.

All contaminatedd PPE and cleaning supplies are disposed in compliance with state regulation.

Our Certifications and Qualifications

On behalf of Flash Restore, we would like to thank you for your interest in our company.

Licensed Florida State Biomedical Waste Generator and
Remediator, License # 50-64-1762632

Licensed Florida State Biomedical Waste Transporter
License # 50-64-1762635 Reg. #: 7788

Licensed Florida State Biomedical Waste Trauma Scene
Clean Up License # 50-64-1762632

ECRI Institute Certified in ICRA Infection Control Risk
Assessment for Healthcare Construction

HAZWOPER 40 Hour Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency
Response Training Certified 29 CFR 1910.120

Licensed Florida State Mold Remediator License #

IICRC Certified Applied Microbial Specialist Certification

NORMI CMR Certified Mold Remediator Accredited by
ACAC #12227

NADCA National Air Duct Cleaning Association certified
ASCS Air Systems Cleaning Specialist # 12771967

NADCA Certified VMT Ventilation Maintenance
Technician #12771967

NADCA Certified VSMR Ventilation System Mold
Remediator #12771967

M.E. Corporation HVAC Certified Technician – EPA608
Universal License #P599FD7392E756C80

IAQA Indoor Air Quality University 50-hour Certification

IICRC Certified Odor Control Specialist Certification

IICRC Certified Commercial Drying Specialist
Certification #214759

IICRC Certified Applied Structural Drying Specialist
Certification #214759

NORMI CMA Certified Mold Assessor Accredited by
ACAC #12227

IICRC Certified Carpet Cleaning Specialist Certification

IICRC Certified Fire and Smoke Specialist Certification

ITC Infrared Thermography Training Certified

Please be advised that Flash Restore, LLC utilizes and follows current protocols promulgated by the OSHA, EPA and CDC to treat and disinfect the coronvirus that leads to Covid-19. Since this is a novel virus there is no guarantee our decontamination work will remove 100% of the novel virus. There is currently no testing that exists to ensure total elimination of the novel virus. Flash Restore’s cleaning protocol curbs the spread and threat of the novel virus. However, Flash Restore cannot guarantee with 100% certainty the total eradication of the novel virus. Because of the nature of this novel virus and there not being a 100% effective cleansing method available, Flash Restore cannot be held liable should anyone contract the novel virus at a location that has been serviced by Flash Restore. By contracting with Flash Restore to attempt to cleanse your premises of the novel virus, you hereby agree to take on the risk of the virus remaining present in your premises and also waive any and all potential claims you or any of your employees, agents, family members may have should the novel virus not be 100% eradicated from your premises.

An Indoor Environmental Remediation Company

Specializing in
Mold, Bacteria, and Biological Remediation
Water Removal & Structural Drying