Restaurant Disinfection Services in New York City & NJ
Catering Hall & Restaurant Added Disinfection Protection
Germophobex provides electrostatic misting and commercial disinfection services to food service and dine-in establishments in NYC & NJ area. Restaurants and other food service establishments can reopen for indoor dining in New York City beginning September 30, 2020. Call Germophobex today and make sure your establishment follows the latest COVID-19 disinfecting requirements and protocols.
GermophobeX uses Germoshield Antimicrobial Protective Spray in conjunction with an electrostatic misting application system to provide the best possible disinfection for your F&B establishment for up to 90 days.
We provide annual contract discounts for various food and beverage institutions such as hotel dining, casual or fine dining establishments, cafes and more. We also serve commercial, medical and university markets.
Certificate of Disinfection
Upon of completion of service, Germophobex will give you our certification of Disinfecting & Sanitizing which you can proudly display on your food & beverage premises. This certificate assures your customers that your establishment has been treated with an EPA approved, non toxic, viral and bacterial anti microbial terminating process that is guaranteed to protect against viruses (including Covid 19) for up to 90 days.
Providing disinfecting services for the following restaurant, food & beverage facilities
Covid-19 Reopening Tips for the Restaurant Industry
As restaurants and bars resume operations in some areas of the United States, CDC offers the following considerations for ways in which operators can protect employees, customers, and communities and slow the spread of COVID-19. Restaurants and bars can determine, in collaboration with state and local health officials, whether and how to implement these considerations, making adjustments to meet the needs and circumstances of the local community. Implementation should be guided by what is feasible, practical, acceptable, and tailored to the needs of each community. These considerations are meant to supplement—not replace—any state, local, territorial, or tribal health and safety laws, rules, and regulations with which businesses must comply.