Superior Biohazard Cleanup Services: The Top 5 Most Common Calls
Biohazard cleanup services are needed in the aftermath of a crime, natural disaster, or other traumatic events.
When biohazardous material is present, it is essential to have professionals who are experienced in handling and cleaning up contaminated materials. The team at SERVPRO of Jackson and Madison Counties has the training and expertise to handle any biohazard situation quickly and safely.
Our professionals receive multiple biohazard cleaning calls every year. That means we have experience handling sensitive material and understand the importance of discretion and privacy.
The top 5 most common biohazard cleanup calls we receive are:
- Blood/Bodily fluid cleanup
- Crime scene cleanup
- Hoarding cleanup
- Animal infestation cleanup
- Suicide/death cleanup
In the following blog post, we will discuss each of our top five performed biohazard cleanup jobs. Remember that SERVPRO of Jackson and Madison Counties can help no matter the biohazard situation you face. We will work quickly and discreetly to clean and decontaminate your property so you can return to your everyday life as soon as possible.
What is biohazard cleanup?
Biohazard cleanup is the process of cleaning and decontaminating a property exposed to biohazards. When faced with a biohazard situation, it is essential to call in professional help because biohazardous materials can pose a severe risk.
Some biohazardous materials can contain diseases that are transmittable through contact. Therefore it is essential to have a professional team who knows how to safely clean and remove biohazards.
The top 5 most common biohazard cleanup calls
The most common biohazard cleanup jobs include:
- Blood and bodily fluid cleanup: One of the most common biohazard cleanup jobs is cleaning up blood and bodily fluids due to an accident or another traumatic event.
- Crime scene cleanup: Another ordinary biohazard cleanup job is cleaning up crime scenes. Crime scenes can be messy and often contain biohazards from meth labs and other criminal activity.
- Hoarding cleanup: Hoarding can be a severe problem and often results in homes that are cluttered and full of garbage.
- Animal infestation cleanup: Animal infestations can often result in biohazardous materials such as feces and urine.
- Suicide/death cleanup: Suicide and death can often result in biohazardous materials such as blood and bodily fluids. These jobs are always the most emotional and difficult for everyone involved.
Our process for dealing with biohazard cleanup
When you call SERVPRO of Jackson and Madison Counties for biohazard cleanup, we will send out a team of trained and experienced professionals.
Our team will assess the situation and determine the best way to clean and decontaminate the area. In addition, we will use personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect ourselves from coming into contact with biohazards.
We will then use specialized equipment and cleaners to remove biohazards from the property. Once the area has been cleaned and sanitized, we will dispose of any biohazardous waste according to local, state, and federal regulations.
The final step is to get your approval before we leave the job site. We want to ensure that you are satisfied with our work and that your property is safe for you and your family.
SERVPRO of Jackson and Madison Counties: biohazard cleanup professionals
When faced with biohazardous material, it is essential to call in professional help. The professionals at SERVPRO of Jackson and Madison Counties have the training and expertise to handle any biohazard situation quickly and safely.
We understand the importance of discretion and privacy, and we will work quickly and discreetly to clean and decontaminate your property. We will also work with you and your insurance company to ensure that your biohazard cleanup job is covered.
Contact SERVPRO of Jackson and Madison Counties if you need biohazard cleanup services. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to help you with any biohazard cleanup job.