How does it work?
Fogging works by creating a high-powered mist which is sprayed onto all surfaces including walls and ceilings. The outside doors will be sealed off and the technician uses the equipment to spray the antiviral mist in the affected areas. The room should then be left vacant for approximately 2 hours before re-entering.
What is it used for?
The main reason to use fogging is to fully disinfect an area. For example, if someone in your household has been affected by coronavirus, fogging can be used to decontaminate the house to ensure traces of coronavirus is eradicated from the home creating a safe and sanitised home environment.
However, fogging has many other purposes including insecticide treatments and deodorising treatments. Examples of when a deodorising treatment may be required would be if the property has a strong pet smell that you would like to get rid of or perhaps the property has been affected by smoke damage or someone smoking in the property previously.