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Serving the San Diego County area
We provide a variety of services in the Bio-Hazard arena. We expertly clean blood spills, feces contamination, tissue removal/disinfection, animal feces and sewage spills. We have a 2 hour response time (traffic permitting) to any location within San Diego County, and we respond any time of the day or night. We are the preferred vendor for many of San Diego's motels and hotels, as well as the San Diego Sheriff's Department, Walmart, and the U.S. Navy.
We provide professional services in the following areas:
Blood and Bio-hazard Cleanup
Crime Scene Cleaning
Tear Gas Cleanup
Forensic powder/fluid Cleanup
Human Decomposition cleaning and odor remediation
Hoarding (Pack Rat Syndrome) Cleanup
Unattended Death Cleanup
We realize tha many of our clients are hotels, motels and apartments as well as other high visibility areas. It is for this reason that we provide discreet services to reduce public awareness of tragic events in such environs. No member of my staff will interact with the media, regardless of their level of awareness of the scene. We will arrive in non-descript work vans, and our personnel will be professionally attired but be inc0nspicuous as to their purpose.
Each hotel, motel or apartment scene will have a minimum of two trained technicians assigned. One will actually suit up and clean the scene while the other acts as the discreet 'runner' for anything the cleaning technician needs. This reduces the appearance of personnel in protective clothing that may cause undue concern or curiosity for incidental observers.
Most decontamination processes typically last under five hour in duration. However, decomposition cases and extremely bloody scenes may require more time due to the level of contamination and the techniques required for odor abatement.
We use only non-hazardous chemicals and materials in our processes. All chemical compounds are environmentallyfriendly and leave no residue.
Complete disposal services will be provided for contaminated materials generated at the scene. These items are handled in accordance with OSHA and California Regulations. In the course of the decontamination process, we take the utmost care to preserve as much as possible. Withthorough decontamination the primary focus, the work may entail removal of wall-board, studs, flooring, and furniture. Full communication with engineering staff will be accomplished prior to any structural removal.
All contaminated items will be removed, and contaminated non-removable surfaces will be cleaned and decontaminated as required. Disinfectants will be used where necessary, and sealants applied as appropriate. Odor abatement techniques may also be employed. Upon completion, we ensure a safe, clean environment for your staff and habitable surroundings for your future guests.
Each scene will be evaluated and priced individually with a written estimate provided to the customer prior to the execution of work. Digital photographic and written documentation can be provided for insurance and legal purposes. Photographs will show the scene before work begins, during the cleaning process, and after decontamination has taken place.
Our rates are in accordance with industry standards, although we realize that some events require adjustment and reconsideration based on the specific needs of the client. Payment options are available for those who may lack the ability to pay in full at the completion of the job.
Most business and homeowner's insurance policies will cover the cost of the decontamination and restoration processes. we will be happy to work directly with insurance providers as this may assist in reducing the stress experienced by our clients who have other pressing matters to attend to during such a traumatic time. Due to the dangers inherent in methamphetamine lab cleaning, we have chosen to leave that task to our fellow Crime and Trauma Scene cleaning companies and will provide a ready referral if necessary. Instead, we have chosen to focus on the issue of Bloodborne Pathogen cleaning and assisting those who have experienced traumatic events resulting in contamination from human body fluids, or gross filth situation (often referred to as HOARDING or "pack rat syndrom"). We will also consider decontamination required as a result of animal decomposition.