When most people think of biohazard cleanup, they jump right to crime scenes and sewage. Since there is a lot of uncertainty floating around the topic of hazardous waste cleanup, we thought we’d settle the debates and confusion with a few basic answers to some commonly asked questions. If you think you may be in the market for bio-hazardous cleanup services in Mooresville, take a look at the info below and give us a call.
We won’t bore you with the long list of what is and isn’t included in the bio-hazardous waste cleanup process, but here’s a shortcut to know if you’re in need of biohazard cleanup services in Mooresville: If you wouldn’t want your toddler touching it, it’s probably a job for a biohazard restoration service. (Okay, we will give you a small list, just to be thorough. Blood, human waste, sewage water, bodily fluids, and tissue cleanup are all considered bio-hazardous.) Firestorm Restoration specializes in these areas and applies a high level of professionalism to each case, regardless of the circumstances that brought about the damage.
Crime scene cleanup is highly specialized and requires trained technicians to complete properly. Even a few small drops of blood can contaminate an area. Since the cleanup process involves close contact with bodily fluids, it’s best to call a professional to handle the affected area. (Plus, no one wakes up in the morning wanting to clean up a bio-hazardous waste area. Unless you’re us, of course.)
It depends on who is cleaning the area. Some cleaning professionals are sloppy and cut corners, leading to an area that is only moderately cleaner than when it started. However, the purpose of bio-hazardous waste cleanup is to restore the scene to its original state. Look for a professional with the necessary credentials and with a history of quality service and you can be sure that the area will be 100% safe and contaminant-free after the cleaning process is complete.
Here is a list of credentials that prove a company’s ability and professionalism:
Trust us, not all cleaning and restoration companies are created equally. Take the time to research and select the best one.
Thankfully, no! You are not required to be present during the cleaning process, and it’s entirely up to you if you’d like to be there or not. Bio-hazardous waste cleanup can be associated with crime scenes, accidents, and unexpected spills and leaks, so we approach each situation with compassion and understanding to ensure you are comfortable throughout the entire process.
The short answer is that it depends. The time it will take to restore the scene depends on the extent of the work needed and will vary from case to case. Most cleaning companies will assess the damage and provide an upfront timetable with benchmarks for completion and estimates costs for the service. Generally speaking, restoration should not take more than 3-4 days for more severe cases.
If you’ve read the information above and consider yourself a candidate for biohazard cleanup services, give us a call! No homeowner is excited about the prospects of cleaning up after a tragic accident or unexpected spill, so let us handle the stress and complexity and take care of it for you.