PRICING

There is a myth that bringing in specialised bio-fogging contractors can be a costly affair.

This myth is usually fuelled by a lack of knowledge and understanding of bio-fogging by the people responsible for the companies cleaning contracts, plus it doesn’t help that some contract cleaning companies are charging higher than usual rates for carrying out bio-fogging procedures.

This has resulted in many companies trying to carry out this type of sanitation procedure themselves, and only bringing in specialists as a last resort, usually after they have wasted a lot of time and money buying cheap equipment and overpriced chemicals.

Yes, there are additional costs involved using specialised services such as ours, but when weighed against the cost of buying and maintaining your own machines, sourcing and storing the correct chemicals, purchasing specialised PPE, additional staff training, supervision of procedures, increased insurance premiums and the risks associated with spraying chemicals, then our costs become insignificant in comparison.

Bionise™ are not a cleaning company, we don’t scrub your floors, clean your windows or empty your waste bins. We are a specialised bio-fogging sanitation company, our job is to keep your premises as virus free as is possible with the minimum of disruption to your business.

We do that by using high velocity bio-foggers that are designed to output the correct amount of atomised bio-solution for the task involved. We only use sterilisation chemicals and disinfectants certified to BS EN 14476 against enveloped viruses, and our staff are highly trained in the use of the equipment and chemicals used in our operations.

We don’t price by the litre, metre or by the hour, each job is priced according to the work involved, and our price for your job will very much depend on the size of the area to be treated, the chemicals to be used for the procedure and any specialised services that you may require such as fabric treatment, the application of barrier agents or ATP testing.

The best way to find out how much it will cost is to contact us to arrange an appointment for an on-site assessment.