MDL Restoration understands that needing biohazard cleaning services can be due to an emotional or difficult situation you have encountered. The delicate nature of these losses requires special training, certification and expert knowledge. This special MDL team works alongside both government agencies for protocol and environmental agencies for procedure. Our staff also participates in sensitivity training as often these cases require special skills that go beyond those of typical loss.
About MDL Restoration’s Biohazard, Trauma & Crime Scene Cleanup Services
Crime Scene Clean Up
Unattended Death Clean Up
Suicide Clean Up
Blood Clean Up
The team at MDL Restoration will take charge in the cleaning of biohazards as well as removing all traces, so that you can get your space back with the least downtime.
State regulations usually consider all body tissue and fluids as a biohazard that requires expert knowledge as well as special handling, safety, and disposal procedures. We are OSHA compliant, fully licensed, and provide a certificate of disinfection for all biohazard cleanups.
Why Choose MDL restoration for Biohazard and Aftermath Cleanup Services?
- Homeowner Insurance Approved
- Trusted By Police Departments
- Locally Owned and Operated
- Compassionate and Discreet
- Fast Response Available 24/7
Call now for a free estimate by a trusted, family-owned biohazard cleaning company!
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About Biohazard Cleanup
What is regarded as a biohazard?
A biohazard is defined by the CDC as any hazardous biological material or infectious agent that presents an actual or potential risk to the health of humans, animals, or the environment. Examples of biohazard materials that we deal with include:
Human Blood & Blood Product
Pathological Waste (organs, tissue, etc.)
Human Bodily Fluids (vomit, saliva, etc.)
Can I clean-up a biohazard myself?
No. You should never attempt to clean-up hazardous material, such as bodily fluids or blood by yourself. You not only risk exposure to harmful contaminants, but also put the health, safety, and wellbeing of others at risk since improper cleanup can lead to the contaminants spreading to other areas.
You should always hire a professional biohazard cleaning service that’s trained in hazardous waste removal and blood borne pathogens. Precautions should be taken in adherence to OSHA along with the rule and regulations of the California Department of Public Health – such as properly disposing of any contaminated materials and wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
How long does the clean-up process typically take and must I be present?
The time taken for a biohazard clean-up will vary on a case-to-case basis, but the vast majority of jobs are completed in just 1 day. We will provide you with an individual time frame once we complete our free estimate. Once we have gained access to the property, it’s up to you whether or not you would like to be present when the clean-up is underway.
Will my insurance cover the costs?
The vast majority of homeowners’ insurance policies will cover the costs of aftermath and biohazard cleaning. We will work with your insurance company directly, and in most instances, you are only responsible for the deductible.
Keep in mind that these types of clean-ups are typically not covered by renter’s insurance policies.
Contact MDL Restoration today to schedule a free estimate!
Areas We Serve
MDL Restoration provides biohazard cleanup services to the entire Tri-State area, including these locations: