Whether a sewage backup, infectious illness or death has occurred in your property, PuroClean of East Aurora is prepared to remediate biohazards quickly and respectfully.
Our process begins with a plan and then we start remediation efforts as quickly as possible. We mitigate the loss to prevent further damage and then provide restoration services to return the property to a pre-loss condition as quickly as possible. All potentially infectious materials are carefully removed from the site. Hazardous medical waste is handled in compliance with OSHA regulations, appropriately processed, and sent to a licensed hazardous medical waste incinerator. Porous materials such as fabric and carpeting are removed in accordance with industry standards and government regulations. All other affected materials that are not considered hazardous medical waste are either removed or professionally decontaminated and sanitized, depending on the situation. Remaining materials such as drywall and flooring may be sealed, usually for cosmetic reasons, to cover any stains from the incident.
PuroClean RapidDefense™ is the best way to sanitize public areas. Our system helps stop the spread of pathogen-based illnesses, such as Influenza and Norovirus. The process uses Environmental Protection Agency-registered, safe products to provide up to three months of protection to prevent contamination and minimize the risk of pathogens spreading. Call us before an outbreak occurs to help you create a clean environment.
The quality of our remediation services, the speed in which we deliver them, and the compassion we demonstrate throughout the process, makes PuroClean your ideal damage restoration company. We pledge to do whatever it takes to restore and rescue properties in all of the communities we serve.
*Biohazard services are not offered by all PuroClean offices.
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