InnerEnviro provides disinfection and hospital-grade surface decontamination services in Plano , Texas a large dynamic community just north of Dallas, Texas. InnerEnviro services businesses of all types, schools and churches with our state-of-the-art disinfection technologies so that business owners, facilities managers, property managers and superintendents can gain a greater level of assurance their space is safe for people to interact in (while also continuing to follow social distancing and mask wearing practices). Our hospital-grade disinfection methods are performed expediently and cost-effectively with the highest degree of safety and professionalism. InnerEnviro’s service utilizes medical-grade disinfectants approved by the CDC/EPA to kill the most stubborn of viruses living on surfaces. InnerEnviro also has an optional cutting-edge anti-microbial coating that can last up to 90 days on non-porous surfaces to protect the most high-touch areas of an office, medical/dental practice restaurant or entertainment space. The folks in the Plano area are more than ready to get back to business, learning, congregating and having a good time and InnerEnviro has developed the ClearPath process to help make sure people can work and gather in indoor commercial environments with the highest degree of safety.
Plano is a large suburb about 20 miles north of Dallas, Texas with part of the city in Collin county and part in Denton county. Plano has a sizable population of just over a quarter-million – one of the top-ten largest cities in Texas. Plano is headquarters to some of the country’s largest and most recognized companies. Capital One maintains a large campus in Plano along with the long time established JC Penney headquarters. Toyota of North America moved its headquarters to Plano in recent years.
If you need a break from the quarantine, Plano has expansive green space to take advantage of. One such popular outdoor recreational area is Go Ape, the first treetop adventure course in Texas, at Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve. The Plano visitor’s bureau has a fantastic list of things to do in Plano on their website, which includes a number of fun options for families and other visitors.
This year has been challenging for Texans doing business in Plano, greater Texas and the U.S. The Coronavirus hit Texas communities particularly hard in July and August. Plano residents have acclimated to daily practices that include social distancing and mask wearing. Most people have experienced some degree of uncertainty about their personal safety and well-being of family and friends. Not to mention the economic impact. Most folks in Plano are wondering when life can go back to normal. InnerEnviro is here to help the Plano property and facilities managers who oversee Plano’s public and private schools and places of workshop. InnerEnviro’s services are reasonable priced, expedient disinfection services that can bring a high-level of peace of mind and comfort for employees, customers, congregants and students returning to life in their interior environments outside of home.
InnerEnviro can insure that surfaces are safe and free of living pathogens such as Coronavirus that can perpetuate the pandemic and subsequent quarantine that has kept the Dallas/Fort Worth economies from returning fully to normal. If you operate a business, school or church in Plano, give InnerEnviro a call at (214) 945-0505 and we will disinfect and protect your space and leave you with stickers that can be prominently displayed so that visitors and customers can have assurance that you’ve done everything you can to make you space as safe as possible.
Plano, TX Resources
- Plano Independent School District
- Visit Plano Website
- City of Plano
- Map and facts
- Plano News
- Plano Chamber of Commerce [Pulse Podcast]
- Plano (annual) Balloon Festival