Biohazard Cleanup in Tucson, AZ

Biohazard Cleaning: Trauma, accidents, body fluid clean ups including decontamination of properties from unattended deaths, suicides and traumatic injury. Our team of biohazard cleaning technicians have the skills and experience to remove all signs of a biological hazard.

Biohazard cleaning involves the cleanup and remediation of bio-hazardous and infectious waste. From Crime Scenes and unattended deaths to raw sewage or grey water decontamination. Blood, body fluid, feces, gross filth and hoarders all fall under biohazard cleanups.

Unintended death cleanup in Tucson, AZ

If the body of a deceased person is not found for several days, it is considered an unattended death. Unattended death scenes can be an extremely confronting for family and friends to experience, let alone have clean up.

The certified unattended death cleanup services utilize the necessary chemicals and procedures required to fully restore any residential, commercial, public, industrial, or outdoor environment that may have been affected by the decomposition of a body involved in an unattended death.

Suicide cleanup in Tucson, AZ

Not only is the passing of a friend or family member to suicide emotionally devastating, it is also hazardous for family members or the public due to the number of possible pathogens, diseases and bio hazardous risks on a molecular level.

Our suicide cleanup technicians are trained to deal with any inherent dangers that may be present at a suicide scene. Our cleaners work fast to restore your home to its original state, removing any blood, body fluid or odors at the scene. Once the property has been cleaned, there will be no evidence of such an event having occurred and the property will be safe for family, friends and tenants to move back into.

Biohazard cleanup in Tucson, AZ

Biohazard cleaning involves the cleanup and remediation of bio-hazardous and infectious waste. From Crime Scenes and unattended deaths to raw sewage or grey water decontamination. Blood, body fluid, feces, gross filth and hoarders all fall under biohazard cleanups.

In the event of a raw sewage overflow or leak inside your property, you should call a cleanup company fast, your insurance company understands that with an emergency event which threatens your health and safety you don’t always have time to wait for the insurance company to send out a claim’s assessor. The faster you have the spill cleaned up and sanitized the less damage it will cause and the less the cleanup will cost your insurer.