Bio Recovery has teams of fully licensed technicians nationwide, always prepared to service any situation. Our biohazard specialists are thoroughly trained to comply with the OSHA standards for blood and body fluid cleanup.
We offer competitive rates, and our services are typically fully covered by insurance (i.e. homeowners insurance, car insurance, etc.). We work directly with your insurance providers to alleviate you from any hassle.
If you do not have insurance, there are plenty of other methods that we will help you with, such as a payment plan or the victim’s assistance funds.
Blood Removal Where You Need It
Bloodshed is usually the result of an injury, no matter how superficial or severe. Blood cleanup should never be taken lightly.
As professional blood sanitation specialists, we sanitize and restore the safety of commercial, industrial, residential, and public areas. The services we provide include the cleanup of blood spills and loss, gross filth, bodily fluids, and contaminated crime scenes.
Listed below are just a few of the areas in which we provide our blood removal and disinfection services:
We've encountered a diverse array of biohazard and decomposition cleaning situations, so never hesitate to ask our customer relations agents or technicians how we can help.
Additionally, our standards consistently exceed Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA) requirements for biohazard materials handling and disposal.
Who We Are
We've established ourselves as an industry leader through our two decades in the field of blood cleanup. We are in service nationwide, and have worked in every situation from private homes and businesses, to police stations and hospitals, and more.
The Blood Cleanup Process
In our 20+ years in business, we have managed to simplify the remediation process from start to finish, entirely taking the burden off of you and your family.
Listed below are the simple and straightforward steps of our blood cleanup & removal process.
1. We collect information and pictures to send blood cleanup cost estimates to property insurance.
We'll start by asking you for information on the incident--how it happened, what the square footage of the damage and property is, and if there is anything specific we need to know (e.g. if the person had HIV/AIDs). All of these affect the supplies and time needed on the job and therefore affect the cost.
Pictures of the damages are necessary for us to provide estimates of the total cost. These estimates are billed to the property owner's home or property insurance 99% of the time. That's why we will also ask you for insurance information when you call. We work diligently to ensure you won't have to pay any thing out of pocket.
2. One of our local emergency response crews will be dispatched to you.
No need to worry about availability. We have multiple groups ready to be dispatched at any given time. It's highly unlikely that we won't have a team ready to assist you when you call.
When our teams do arrive, they will be prepared based on the information and photos sent of the incident. They will arrive in appropriate PPE and cleaning supplies to handle the incident.
3. Our crews will document the incident when they arrive.
Prior to the cleanup, our crews will also note and take their own photos of the damage and relevant conditions of the property when they arrive.
Our crews are fully certified, licensed, bonded, and insured with over 20 years of combined experience, so we can spot any additional hazards you may have been unaware of right away.
In general, we take our own photographs for administrative and insurance purposes. Having this documentation is essential to prove your claim and outlined in our Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) document you authorize.
4. Our team will test and treat your property until it is safe to enter.
Safety is our #1 priority and a large consideration throughout our cleanup. Once we have documented all damages to your claim, including the severity of the blood spill or the situation in general, we will get to work.
We use completely botanical, non-allergenic hospital-grade disinfectants that do not leave harmful residue or odors. In fact, our disinfectants are so effective while being so safe, they can be sprayed without PPE. It's usually the environment that calls for us to wear PPE.
Throughout the process, we test using ATP testing, another completely safe, non-residue-producing test that is industry standard, quick, and reliable. Using a cotton swab and an ATP luminometer, we test several times throughout the cleanup, before, during, and after until the bio is no longer present.
5. We lawfully dispose of the waste and restore the home.
As a part of our certification and licensing is the proper disposal of the waste. An untrained or uncertified individual cannot do this.
Biohazard requires the proper disposal and transport of such waste, all of which require following certain protocols. We follow all requirements outlined by OSHA to ensure safety and proper procedures are maintained throughout the entire process.
No matter how well you think you may know the situation, you won't want to put your health at risk. You won't want to incur any unexpected fines from improper transport and disposal either. Let us handle it so you don't have to.
We are also able to restore the home if additional work is needed to clear the home from all biohazards. If this is your situation, we will work with you throughout the process to ensure the home is totally safe and to your satisfaction.
6. We finalize the claim with insurance.
After the job is closed, we work with your property, home, or renter's insurance to ensure the claim is paid in its entirety.
We also close the job by contacting you directly and letting you know in detail the work that was done and anything further that you should know. The time that this process takes can vary; your satisfaction and safety are our number one priorities.
Can Blood Be Dangerous?
Direct contact with blood can potentially lead to the transmission of infectious, blood-borne, and sexually transmitted diseases, the most common of which are HIV and AIDS, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C. These risks can also be present after the blood is visually gone.
When dealing with blood cleanup, it is critical to perform decontamination at a microscopic level, not just a visible one. Quickly mopping up the area will only spread the health risks around.
Our biohazard trauma cleanup team has the training, restoration knowledge, and experience to handle what your property requires, to once again be restored, sterile, and safe for occupancy.
Pricing & Payment Plan
We make the payment process as simple as possible by dealing directly with your insurance provider. Insurance fully covers the cost of the cleanup in a majority of these situations.
Insurance covers almost all decomp cleaning costs. If you have your policy information on hand when you call us, we’ll work with the claims department on your behalf.
Direct Payment Options
We’re flexible with our direct-payment options, and can help you determine the best financing plan based on your out-of-pocket costs, policy payouts, and victim’s aid benefits.
Victim’s Assistance Funds
We can help connect you with the most appropriate funding sources to help with coverage gaps, deductibles, or out-of-pocket expenses. Read more about it on our pricing and payments page
For your convenience, we also accept:
- Homeowners Insurance
- Car Insurance
- Renters Insurance
- Credit Cards
- Payment Plans
- Victim’s Resources
When there has been bloodshed for any reason, reaching out to us will ensure that your property is once again safe. No matter who it belongs to, it is crucial to always treat blood and bodily fluids like they are dangerous.
Our professionals suit up in full PPE, properly sanitize and dispose of not only the blood-soiled items, but also all of the gear and equipment used on site.
We pay attention to detail when performing thorough and complete blood clean up. In this business, missing the smallest detail can result in serious health consequences.
"Words cannot explain what this company did for my family. They made a horrible situation so easy and painless. They went above and beyond for us. Thank you."
Discovering a blood spill on your property can be frightening, especially when you realize the potential for dangerous pathogens. If you are in this situation, finding the information you need can add to the feeling of being overwhelmed. Take a look at the resources below and call us when you're ready.
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Frequently Asked Questions
We understand you may have more questions. Below are a few frequent questions we receive. We are always available should you have more. Give us a call any time. We're here to help you no matter the concern or question you may have.