Biohazard Cleaning Services
The sudden loss of a loved one resulting from crime, suicide or accidental injury is one of the most traumatic events a person can experience. The emotions and grief associated with any of these are overwhelming. In events such as these, it is possible that blood and other bodily fluids may be present. This is not the time to deal with the post traumatic event which can revictimize you or your family. In addition, as a matter of safety, the removal and cleanup of blood should be done by professionals.
Blood has the potential to contain pathogens. Consequently, it is imperative that it be handled and disposed of properly. Also, bio-hazardous materials including bodily fluids, bone matter, contaminated clothing or other items, razor blades, hypodermic needles, and anything else involved in the incident must be handled properly.
Associated Services Cleaning and Restoration has been working with families involved in traumatic situations since 1998.
Associated Services Cleaning and Restoration understands how much stress is involved in such a tragic situation. Our approach is to provide you with calm reassurance that the cleanup will be done in a professional, expeditious, and discreet manner.
The Associated Services Cleaning and Restoration team is highly trained, certified, and experienced in Biological cleaning, Crime scene cleaning and Trauma cleaning. We follow a specific procedure to conduct a systematic and thorough job to clean the scene. We eliminate the sources of contamination and then clean, sanitize, and deodorize to eliminate any traces of the incident.
Since 1998, Associated Services Cleaning and Restoration has been providing biohazard cleaning services in Tallahassee and surrounding areas. You can rest assured that we will restore your home or business to a safe and clean environment. We are available 24-7 to answer questions and assist you in dealing with a traumatic event. In addition to providing you with free estimates, we also work with insurance agencies and can help file claims with your insurance and work with your adjusters on claims.