The answer is simple: call a professional biohazard remediation team for help. When calling a professional biohazard cleaning service like Bio-One, you can:
Prevent further trauma
Avoid spreading bloodborne pathogens
Ensure the remediation is completed safely
Expect the job to be done right
Receive help filing an insurance claim
When loved ones or neighbors try to clean up the scene, they are doing it with the best of intentions. But they could also experience emotional trauma from the clean up.
The three most common diseases spread through blood are HIV, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C. If the person cleaning the scene isn’t properly protected, they could accidentally become infected and not realize it.
Hazardous cleaning requires specialized training, protective equipment, and adherence to OSHA regulations.
Bio-One uses powerful proprietary chemicals and processes and we have the experience to efficiently and thoroughly remediate any location.
Homeowners insurance often covers biohazard remediation. The Bio-One billing team can assist filing and submitting homeowner's insurance claims. If homeowners insurance is available, Bio-One will ask for the following information to begin the claim process:
Name of the insured
The name of the individual on the insurance policy.
Business name of the insurance provider.
The insurance policy number.
Date of loss
This is the date when the event that caused the damage or loss occurred.
Tips When Calling Bio-One - Trauma Scene Cleaning
Bio-One teams across the U.S. are ready to answer the call 24/7/365. To ensure the best service possible, be prepared to answer the following questions that may be asked:
Has law enforcement released the scene?
If you are calling on behalf of a friend or a loved one, do you have the authority to grant consent to do the work?
Are you the property owner or do you rent?
If renting, a renter only has authority over personal items. Do you have contact information for the property owner?
Do you have homeowner’s insurance or renter’s insurance?
Is there anything you want us to find or save for you?
Are there animals on the property? If yes, do you have a way to secure them or safely remove them from the property?
What is the best way for our team to access the home?
Would you prefer to sign our work order in person or electronically?
Are utilities, such as water and electricity, working?