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High Level Disinfection

Welcome to Yoder Home Services, Your Premier Destination for High-Level Disinfection Excellence

In today’s world, maintaining a clean and safe environment has never been more crucial. Whether it’s your home, workplace, or any commercial space, ensuring that surfaces and areas are thoroughly disinfected is paramount. Yoder Home Services is here to provide you with professional high-level disinfection solutions that will help you create a healthier and safer environment for everyone.


In these uncertain times, High Level Disinfection (HLD) is more important than ever before. And depending upon your circumstances, HLD may be urgently required. We understand, and we’re here to help. The ultimate goal of HLD is to completely inhibit microorganisms such as COVID-19 before they spread infection.

As we recover from this horrible virus, we want to be there to help. Our Covid-19 fogging treatment can be the barrier that keeps your family or business safe.

Why Choose Yoder Home Services for high level disinfection?

  1. Expertise and Experience: Our team has extensive experience in high-level disinfection. We have the knowledge and skills to disinfect a wide range of spaces effectively.
  2. Customized Solutions: We understand that every space is unique. Our approach is tailored to your specific needs, ensuring that you get the best high-level disinfection solution for your environment.
  3. Comprehensive Services: We offer a range of high-level disinfection services, including disinfection of surfaces, air purification, and sanitation of high-touch areas. We create a holistic approach to protect your space from harmful pathogens.
  4. Health and Safety: We prioritize the health and safety of you and your occupants. Our disinfection methods are safe and effective, leaving no harmful residue or odors.

Our Commitment to excellence:

At Yoder Home Services, we understand that your home is your sanctuary. We take great pride in being your trusted partner in ensuring its structural integrity and overall health. Our commitment to excellence is unwavering, and we bring years of experience, expertise, and dedication to every high level disinfection project we undertake.

Our Process


We start with a comprehensive assessment of your space, identifying high-risk areas and surfaces.

Customized Plan

Based on our assessment, we create a customized high-level disinfection plan that addresses your specific needs and concerns.


Our skilled technicians implement the plan with precision and efficiency, using advanced disinfection equipment and EPA-approved disinfectants.

Quality Assurance

We conduct rigorous quality checks to ensure that your high-level disinfection is effective and meets our high standards.


We take the time to educate you on how to maintain a clean and disinfected environment, including tips for ongoing hygiene practices.

High Level disinfection

For All Your high level disinfection Needs, We’ve Got You Covered!

Don’t compromise on safety and cleanliness. Contact Yoder Home Services today to schedule a high-level disinfection assessment and learn more about how we can help you create a healthier and safer environment. We’re here to answer your questions, provide expert guidance, and deliver a customized solution that meets your needs and budget.

Choose Yoder Home Services for high-level disinfection excellence, and take the first step toward a cleaner and safer space for everyone.

Disinfection experts answer

Frequently Asked Questions

High-level disinfection (HLD) is a process used to kill or inactivate virtually all microorganisms on medical devices and instruments that come into contact with mucous membranes, but not necessarily bacterial spores.

High-level disinfection is necessary for semi-critical medical devices and instruments that cannot withstand the high temperatures or pressures of sterilization methods. These devices come into contact with intact mucous membranes, such as endoscopes, bronchoscopes, and some surgical instruments.

Low-level disinfection kills most vegetative bacteria, some fungi, and some viruses but does not destroy bacterial spores. High-level disinfection, on the other hand, is more potent and kills all vegetative bacteria, mycobacteria, fungi, and most viruses but not necessarily bacterial spores.

Commonly used high-level disinfectants include glutaraldehyde, ortho-phthalaldehyde (OPA), hydrogen peroxide, peracetic acid, and hydrogen peroxide/peracetic acid combinations. Each has specific advantages and disadvantages, and their effectiveness depends on factors like contact time and concentration.

High-level disinfection is typically achieved through immersion or soaking of the medical devices in the disinfectant solution for a specified amount of time. The process must follow manufacturer guidelines and validated protocols to ensure effectiveness.

High-level disinfection is not as effective as sterilization since it may not kill bacterial spores. However, it is suitable for certain medical devices and instruments that cannot be sterilized.

Critical steps in high-level disinfection include proper cleaning and pre-treatment of the medical devices to remove organic debris, following the manufacturer’s instructions for the disinfectant solution, adhering to the recommended contact time, and ensuring adequate rinsing after disinfection.

High-level disinfectants can be toxic and potentially harmful to humans, so it’s essential to use them in well-ventilated areas, wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), and follow safety guidelines and material safety data sheets (MSDS).

High-level disinfection is not a substitute for sterilization when sterilization is required. It is essential to follow the manufacturer’s instructions and guidelines for each specific medical device or instrument to ensure proper infection control.

High-level disinfection processes should be regularly monitored through chemical indicators and biological indicators (if available) to ensure the effectiveness of the disinfectant solution. Validation should be conducted when new devices or disinfectants are introduced or when process changes occur.