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No, our services are completely discreet. Our cleanup technicians will even arrive in an unmarked van so that your neighbors won’t have any clue as to why we are at your house.

It depends on several factors, including but not limited to the type of cleanup, the number of technicians used, and the types of cleaners and tools that had to be used. We provide all of our clients with an estimate before the job begins so that they know a ballpark figure of what the total cost will be.

A regular cleaning or janitorial service does not have the training nor the licenses to clean up blood or pathological waste. For these types of biohazardous materials, you must contact a company that has the correct licenses to handle these substances. At Spaulding Decon, every cleaner on our team holds an industry license for biohazardous waste and follows national and state protocols for both cleaning and disposing of the waste.

It depends. For crime scene cleanup and mold remediation, most homeowners’ insurance policies cover the cost of these services. For auto vehicles involved in a traffic accident, your auto insurance will cover the cost of having it cleaned. In select cases, drug lab cleanup has been covered by insurance. We work with our clients to help them find out if our services will be covered by insurance and provide assistance with any paperwork necessary when filing the claim.

In addition, there is also the Florida Bureau of Victim Compensation, a resource for crime victims that may not have insurance. One of our representatives can connect you with the Florida BVC to find out if you qualify for their services.

There are very specific regulations in place for cleaning up biohazard scenes, many of which prevent an employee from attempting this job. An employee at your company can only clean up a biohazard scene if:

  • They have been vaccinated for Hepatitis B and received the exposure evaluation and followup.
  • They have the correct personal protective equipment for cleaning up blood spills.
  • They have been trained on handling bloodline pathogens.
  • They have maintained a Blood Borne Pathogens (BBP) Exposure Control Plan for the company.
  • They can correctly remove, store, and dispose of biohazardous waste following federal regulations.

If you do not have an employee at your company that has all of the above regulations, then it’s imperative to call Spaulding Decon to take care of the scene.

You can trust Spaulding Decon for that — we have a legally defensible test that will determine if meth was manufactured at your home. This test collects samples of your entire property, including any sheds and garages. We’ll send the samples to a federally certified lab where they will be analyzed and results provided within just a few days.

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