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There are some messes that you can’t be expected to predict, and that you definitely shouldn’t have to clean up on your own.

Our decades of experience in cleaning up and sanitizing large-scale property damage and contamination gives has allowed us to develop a skill set that very few organizations in our industry have on hand. We have worked with thousands of property owners, managers, and management companies to restore property to its original state. It’s our mission to allow our customers to return to their homes, workplaces, and places of worship as soon as possible, because having the comfort of familiar surroundings is the best start to regaining peace of mind.


All of our services meet the applicable requirements set by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA), and the Indoor Environmental Association (IEA). We remove contaminated models using strict area containment protocols in order to avoid contaminated of nearby, unaffected areas.


Medical and Biological Decontamination

Many of the byproducts left behind in medical emergencies and accidents can serve as vectors for infection by dangerous viruses and bacteria. Most typical commercial clean-up regimens cannot safely eliminate the hazards that result from such events. We have the trained staff, specialized cleaning supplies, and hazmat safety gear necessary to safely disinfect and decontaminate exposed surfaces of all potential pathogens, including MRSA and other difficult to eliminate diseases. We also have the means and facilities necessary to remove any and all biohazardous medical waste and dispose of it safely and hygienically.


Crime Scene Clean-Up

One of the most difficult situations to handle is when a crime or traumatic incident has occurred. These situations often leave those affected feeling emotionally and physically overwhelmed by the prospect of having to clean up what is left behind. Some crime scene cleaners charge unnecessarily high prices for their services, knowing that their customers are not in a position to assess and compare service operators as they normally would. We strive to provide the best possible service, while treating our customers with the utmost dignity, at an appropriate and affordable price. Our decontamination specialists understand the extreme gravity and delicacy of the environments in which they work, and will work tirelessly to satisfy your needs.


Rodent Infestation Elimination and Decontamination

Many homeowners and building managers underestimate the health risks associated with ongoing infestations of rats, mice, and other rodents. Their urine and droppings can harbor bacteria and parasites that spread a number of diseases, including Salmonellosis, Rat Bite Fever, Hantavirus, Leptospirosis, Toxoplasmosis, Eosinophilic Meningitis, and many more. Some of these diseases can cause serious lifelong harm, or even death. Even if you’re fortunate enough to not be exposed to these diseases, inhaling the dust and dander that forms as urine and feces dry can cause serious respiratory distress. That’s why it’s of utmost important to not take a lax approach to infestation, and hire a professional elimination and decontamination company when necessary.

Rats and mice can also cause severe structural damage to a home or building. They can quickly chew through walls, flooring, and insulation, and have even been known to cause house fires by chewing through electrical wires. Additionally, their urine can cause degradation and decay of structural materials, similar to water damage, as well as staining and unpleasant odors.

Do not take the risk of trying to clean up the consequences of rodent infestations on your own, as the improper handling of materials contaminated with rodent waste can result in disease exposure or respiratory distress. Additionally, overlooking and not removing insulation and other out of the way structural materials can result in the spread of mold, and can draw in new colonies of rodents, due to the odors produced.