No, your neighbors and friends won’t have any idea as to why we are at your house. We go the extra mile to ensure your privacy is protected, whether you’re having mold removed, a homicide scene cleaned up, or a hoarding cleanup. Our crews will arrive in an unmarked van and wear unidentifiable uniforms to keep nosy neighbors away.
The cost of our services varies depending on the type of cleanup you require. In addition, we also take into account the number of cleaners that will be needed, the type of cleaning tools we’ll need to use, and whether or not we have to replace furniture, drywall, or other items. We can give you a ballpark estimate of what the cost will be when you call us.
No. Only those who are licensed to handle blood and pathological waste are able to clean it up, per state and national protocols. A regular cleaning or janitorial service won’t be able to properly clean or dispose of biohazardous waste, which is why you should only hire a professional cleaning crew that is licensed for this type of waste.
For many of our cleanups, homeowner’s insurance will cover the cost of our services. Your car insurance may cover the cost of a traffic accident cleanup. In addition, there is also the Minnesota Crime Victims Reparations Board, which provides financial assistance to those who have been a victim of a crime.
No matter what option you select, you can count on Spaulding Decon to help you through the process. We’ll help with any insurance paperwork, as well as connect you with a representative at the Minnesota Crime Victims Reparations Board. We understand that this time can be a difficult one, and we provide this support service to help ease your troubles.
It is best to hire a professional cleaning crew to take care of a biohazard scene, as they have all of the training and certifications necessary to effectively clean these types of scenes. However, there are instances when an employee can clean a biohazard scene at your business. This employee must:
- Be trained on the proper way to handle bloodline pathogens
- Maintain a Blood Borne Pathogens (BBP) Exposure Control Plan for your business
- Wear OSHA-compliant personal protective gear when cleaning the scene
- Have a Hepatitis B vaccination and received all exposure evaluations and followups
- Understand remove, store, and dispose of waste following federal guidelines
If you do not have an employee that can fulfill all of these regulations, you can call on Spaulding Decon. We’ll send a team of professionally trained and licensed technicians to clean the biohazard scene at your business, and they will follow all national and state protocols.
Spaulding Decon can perform a thorough test of your location to find out if your home is contaminated with meth, and we can also provide all of the cleanup services to ensure all traces of meth have been eradicated. What’s more, we also provide an at-home testing kit that you can perform yourself as an affordable alternative.