Tri-State Building Services Inc.             

                               Commercial / Residential  Property and Building Maintenance

                                                      A Full Service Cleaning Company                      

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

                                                                                             

                                                                                                 

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Bacteria and Infection Control
The homes we live in, the air we breathe, and the items in our homes can make us sick or even worse. That is why the United States Environmental Protection Agency recommends that every home in America be tested for certain environmental pollutants. Regardless of the age, location or style of your home, you and your family may be exposed to hazardous levels of contaminants 10 to 20 times greater than found outdoors and without knowing why, experience symptoms that are often overlooked by doctors as everyday medical complaints.
The average American spends over 80 percent of their time indoors where concentrations of pollutants often exceed government health guidelines. A better understanding of these contaminants and a reduction in exposure can greatly improve the quality and length of our lives. Testing for these contaminants is one of the first steps to providing a safe environment for your family to live in.
The homes we live in, the air we breathe, and the items in our homes can make us sick or even worse. That is why the United States Environmental Protection Agency recommends that every home in America be tested for certain environmental pollutants. Regardless of the age, location or style of your home, you and your family may be exposed to hazardous levels of contaminants 10 to 20 times greater than found outdoors and without knowing why, experience symptoms that are often overlooked by doctors as everyday medical complaints.
The average American spends over 80 percent of their time indoors where concentrations of pollutants often exceed government health guidelines. A better understanding of these contaminants and a reduction in exposure can greatly improve the quality and length of our lives. Testing for these contaminants is one of the first steps to providing a safe environment for your family to live in.
The homes we live in, the air we breathe, and the items in our homes can make us sick or even worse. That is why the United States Environmental Protection Agency recommends that every home in America be tested for certain environmental pollutants. Regardless of the age, location or style of your home, you and your family may be exposed to hazardous levels of contaminants 10 to 20 times greater than found outdoors and without knowing why, experience symptoms that are often overlooked by doctors as everyday medical complaints.
The average American spends over 80 percent of their time indoors where concentrations of pollutants often exceed government health guidelines. A better understanding of these contaminants and a reduction in exposure can greatly improve the quality and length of our lives. Testing for these contaminants is one of the first steps to providing a safe environment for your family to live in.
The homes we live in, the air we breathe, and the items in our homes can make us sick or even worse. That is why the United States Environmental Protection Agency recommends that every home in America be tested for certain environmental pollutants. Regardless of the age, location or style of your home, you and your family may be exposed to hazardous levels of contaminants 10 to 20 times greater than found outdoors and without knowing why, experience symptoms that are often overlooked by doctors as everyday medical complaints.
The average American spends over 80 percent of their time indoors where concentrations of pollutants often exceed government health guidelines. A better understanding of these contaminants and a reduction in exposure can greatly improve the quality and length of our lives. Testing for these contaminants is one of the first steps to providing a safe environment for your family to live in.

Bacteria/Infection Control Barrier

Avoid unnecessary illness's in any location with the latest technology.
Safe and Effective Protection that can be applied to just about any surface for your home, office, business location, boat, plane or vehicle, just about anywhere. 
  
The goal is to stop and put an end to the spread and re-contamination of invisible 
health-threatening pathogens: viruses, bacteria, molds, mildew and odors. 

Especially now, more than ever and with the Coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic, 
you can't be cautious enough.

We apply an EPA approved antimicrobial surface protection that kills these health threatening pathogens and prevents re-contamination from occurring and by using a method of application that leaves no area untreated, creating a healthier work place, 
a healthier home, a healthier environment. 
Protection options ranging from 30 days up to 1 year..

We can all consider having some type of an infection control program in place to protect our environment and everyone in it. 

Whether it be in the home or the work place. Wherever it may be. We can help.
How safe is your environment ?  Call us for a free analysis and solution


The average American spends over 80 percent of their time indoors where concentrations of pollutants often exceed government health guidelines. A better understanding of these contaminants and a reduction in exposure can greatly improve the quality and length of our lives. Testing for these contaminants is one of the first steps to providing a safe environment to live or work in.


The homes we live in, places we work, the air we breathe, even items in our homes or office can make us sick or even worse. This is why the United States Environmental Protection Agency recommends that every home, office and work place in America be tested for certain environmental pollutants. Regardless of the age, location or type of home, office or work place. You may be exposed to hazardous levels of contaminants 10 to 20 times greater than found outdoors and without knowing why, experience symptoms that are often overlooked by doctors as, everyday medical complaints.


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