Infectious disease decontamination should be handled by a professional disinfection service when diseases are in a home, school, or business. Call us for 24/7, nationwide professional sanitization services today.
Viruses such as C. Diff, Hepatitis, Influenzas, HIV, Herpes, and Polio are all highly infectious, potentially fatal, and require special disinfection procedures. Disinfecting these viruses requires following special cleaning procedures outlined by the CDC.
Cleaning deadly viruses takes thoroughness, time, patience, physical exertion, and expertise. If you’re not certified, it’s never a good idea to try to clean the area on your own.
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More than any other single cause of death worldwide, infectious diseases rank #1. MRSA and C. diff are examples of common infectious diseases that pose an immediate health risk.Learn More
Bio Recovery has been disinfecting and sanitizing private and public locations for over 20 years. There is no job too small, too big, or too difficult for us to clean. Throughout our years in business, we’ve disinfected a variety of locations, for a variety of reasons.
We closely follow CDC and OSHA guidelines, and proudly exceed Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA) standards when cleaning private homes as well as public buildings and businesses.
If reinfection occurs, it’s usually because of how outbreaks spread outside the treated site. Virus contagion varies depending on how the enveloped virus or non-enveloped virus is transmitted. This is why professional disinfection in public places is just as important as residential sanitization.
Who We Are
We’ve established ourselves as an industry leader through our two decades in the field of disinfection services. We are in service nationwide and have worked in every situation, from private homes and businesses, to police stations, hospitals, and more.
What Is Your Decontamination Process?
The decontamination process can vary depending on the condition of the home. Our crew will enter the home in approved hazmat PPE to document and assess the scene. The property will be assessed based on the square footage of the area, the cleanup required, the condition of the home, and how long it will take to remove debris. You will be required to authorize all services before we begin work.
Our typical decontamination process looks like:
An initial assessment will go over the square footage of the house, the condition of the house, and the entire scene. Per OSHA standards, cleaners will enter the house wearing PPE approved for enveloped viruses (e.g. disposable gloves, protective eyewear, a N95 mask, and approved suits).
During the initial assessment, photos and notes will be taken of the scene. Photos and notes are used to quote accurate estimates and allow us to restore work areas to their original condition.
Our Promise To You
We understand that some of our customers have privacy and property concerns when allowing a cleaning company to clean their home, business, etc. We stand by the professionalism of our service by ensuring that:
- All common areas are tested before and after to ensure that the areas are sanitized.
- None of your personal belongings are removed from the home.
- You will have a chance to review the work to be completed before and after the job.
We are dedicated to promoting the health and cleanliness of your environment. You have a voice throughout the entire process; it is your home after all.
Pricing & Payment Plan
We make the payment process as simple as possible. If the situation is covered by insurance, we deal directly with your insurance provider. If not, we offer various other payment options.
Insurance sometimes covers cleaning costs. We work with the claims department of your homeowner’s, renter’s, or car insurance 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 and policy payouts.
We can help connect you with the most appropriate funding sources to help with coverage gaps, deductibles, or out-of-pocket expenses.
Biohazard situations are overwhelming to say the least, so we are always striving to make the payment one less thing to worry about. We also try to help uninsured and low-income customers find organizations or government resources for possible financial assistance opportunities.
For your convenience, we accept:
- Homeowners Insurance
- Renters Insurance
- Credit Cards
- Payment Plans
- Cash & Checks
- Additional Options
"The team that assisted in my parent's house clean-up were amazing at what they do. I didn't feel like I needed to be there at all, they were respectful to items that had sentimental value, and they were very efficient with their time. I honestly could not have done this without them."
Finding information on how to contain an infection can be overwhelming, especially when you’re a victim of reinfection. We hope some of these resources will help you with these problems:
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Frequently Asked Questions
Our representatives are here to assist you with any questions you may have, even if your’s isn’t listed below. Below are a few questions we’re commonly asked about our disinfection services. If you have a few questions that aren’t listed below, feel free to ask as many as you need when you call.
Reinfections are highly unlikely after a professional disinfects the area.
Remember, transmissions of an infectious disease can happen in different ways. There are some diseases that result from an infected individual transmitting by physical contact. In addition, there are other infectious diseases that are passed on from pathogenic microbial agents.
Transmission through liquids, food, body fluids, contaminated objects, or airborne inhalation are all methods by which this can result.
If contact is made outside your home, reinfection is possible.
Disinfection can be overwhelming when you don’t know where to start. We are certified to sanitize public buildings and private houses and are glad to offer our professional disinfection services nationwide.
Left untreated, virulent disease can easily cause an outbreak. Outbreaks can become a worldwide issue, and should not be taken lightly. Below, we’ve listed a few that have caused worldwide issues and remain household discussions in recent times.
The following is a list of infectious disease outbreaks, via the CDC.
Hepatitis C | 1989
West Nile Virus | 1999
SARS | 2003
Chikungunya | 2005
Swine Flu | 2009
MERS | 2012
Ebola | 2014
Zika | 2015
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Most infectious diseases pose a particular threat to those with weakened immune systems. That includes the elderly and young children that can be immunocompromised!Learn More
Bio Recovery’s cleanup crews are certified and experienced with infectious disease decontamination. Call us any day of the week, anytime for immediate assistance.