Rid Your Home or Business of Coronavirus


In response to the pandemic, OnTarget employs experienced staff and utilises state-of -the-art disinfectants capable of fighting the Coronavirus.

Coronavirus Disinfection is an essential aspect of the working and general population’s daily lives, as Disinfection significantly decreases the microbial load to acceptable levels. In its fight against the Coronavirus, OnTarget makes use of modern methods and preparations approved by the Ministry of Agriculture.

What exactly do we mean by ‘Coronavirus Disinfection’?

The term ‘Coronavirus Disinfection’ refers to the process through which the destruction of pathogenic microorganisms on objects, tools and surfaces is accelerated. Coronavirus Disinfection is carried out after a thorough cleaning with the ultimate goal of destroying pathogens.

The word “surface” is a very general term that can refer to anything. In a residence or business, the word “surface” may refer to furniture, the entirety of a living room, tables, a sink, floors, professional equipment, offices etc.

Germs can notoriously be found everywhere because they are transmitted through the air or other contaminated objects. Therefore, it is vital that both homes and businesses have all their surfaces disinfected with great care.

Coronavirus Disinfection is considered vital for the maintenance of hygiene and the avoidance of transmission through infected patients, especially in areas where people are highly concentrated, such as schools, hospitals, hotels, public transportation etc.

Does an area have to be prepared for disinfection?

The Disinfection process does not require any special preparation. However, it is important to have order and cleanliness in the area that is to be disinfected. We suggest that the process be done after a company’s working hours, whilst for homes, it is important that no one enters for at least 7 hours. It is best to ventilate the room for a few minutes before entering.

Whatever your pest situation, the technicians at OnTarget Pest Control are there to respond to any type of situation, and to do so to your satisfaction.


How is Coronavirus Disinfection applied?

Coronavirus Disinfection is performed with approved disinfectants through a portable electronic nebulizer that produces high-speed, deep penetration air solution. A water-based chemical solution is dispersed through this device and is channelled into the area to be disinfected in the form of a cold fog. This method is most suitable as the machine converts the disinfectant into micron droplets so that 100% of the desired area is covered.

When is Coronavirus Disinfection applied?

Coronavirus Disinfection is applied mainly in areas where confirmed cases have been detected. However, many areas are also disinfected for precautionary reasons. OnTarget offers Coronavirus Disinfection services all over Cyprus, with appropriately trained and experienced staff.

Our Process


The crew manager will ask the potential client some questions in order to have a complete idea regarding the problem he is facing. Later, a valuation check takes place, a report stating the problems is made and other data is considered regarding potential future problems in the area.


After the evaluation procedure of the area both indoors and outdoors, the manager of the crew will be able to diagnose the exact problem or problems that exist in the area, the sort of the invader or the number of invaders and the exact way they managed to enter your area.


After diagnosing the problem, the manager of the crew will advise or suggest the proper measures that the client must consider and take in order to solve the problem effectively.

Dealing with the problem

In the final stage of the whole procedure, the manager and the professional crew of pest control take all the necessary measures and methods in order to deal with the problem effectively.

Evaluation of results

Managing harmful organisms successfully should be monitored after the completion of treatment application. This is strategies in order to control the existence of harmful organisms.