Things to Know
Did you know?
- Insurance companies will usually cover almost 95% of the cost of bio cleanup. We work with insurance companies to handle much of the questions and answers that often accompany these situations.
- We are committed to the communities we serve. And we work with local enforcements, victim advocacy groups and applicable personnel to ensure that our service remains at its highest efficiency and quality at each job.
- Our team is reachable 24/7. This is a tough time for you and your loved ones and we want to be able to answer the questions that may be on your mind at the odd hours.
- By law, bio fluids can only be cleaned by a licensed professional.
- Carolina Bio Cleanup hasn’t had one citation or incident since its founding.
By law, only licensed and properly trained parties should assist, conduct and properly dispose of hazardous materials. It’s not as simple as cleaning up and throwing it away in a disposal bin. We take our job seriously; our cleaning process is thorough, intricate and necessary to those who wish to continue living or operating in their affected properties. It can be a hard concept to grasp during a stressful time, but contacting a professional to handle this task is absolutely necessary for your best step in moving forward.
– Any item or establishment that utilizes or holds bio-hazardous material (bodily fluids, blood etc.) should meet proper certifications and compliance regulations.
– Wherever there is bio-hazardous material, our experts know how to handle it efficiently and properly.