Plantation Homes leads the way in safety
Industry-first sanitisation program to disinfect all new homes
In an industry first – Plantation Homes has launched a free home sanitisation program where new homes are treated with a highly effective and environmentally-friendly disinfectant before being handed over to their new owners.
New home owners will feel confident and comforted knowing that every surface inside has been meticulously cleaned by Bittn, a leader in providing protection services to homeowners, with a high-grade treatment which is organic and food-safe, bonds well to flooring, walls and benches, and lasts on untouched services for up to 30 days.
“We are absolutely committed to protecting the wellbeing of each and every one of our customers, and have implemented, with immediate effect, a new sanitisation program to disinfect all new homes before handover, at no cost to our customers,” said Plantation Homes General Manager Alex Raleigh.
“As an essential service industry, we are so proud that we have been able to adapt in these times to protect the health and wellbeing of our customers and our team, with so many new health measures in place across our construction sites and display homes, to our suite of virtual tours, videos and online appointments for customers.
Bittn CEO Ryan Robertson added “Congratulations to the team at Plantation Homes for leading the way in setting a new standard for health and safety across the Queensland building industry."
How it is done
The empty house is sprayed prior to handover by Bittn and dries within 10-15 minutes. It is safe for families, including pets and children, to move into within 24 hours – giving homeowners peace of mind, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic.
This all-new initiative reflects Plantation Homes’ commitment in delivering forward-thinking strategies in keeping the wellbeing of Queenslanders as their top priority.
“Adding this new home sanitisation brings the handover process up in line with the Plantation Homes safety commitment and service standard", concluded Mr Raleigh.