How to Clean a House Infected with C. Diff?
If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with C. Diff (Clostridium Difficile), it’s very important for their home to be thoroughly cleaned before he or she returns from the hospital in order to prevent reinfection. C. Diff Spores Once C. Diff has entered an environment, the spores can successfully live on various surfaces… Read the full article
Who Does Suicide Cleanup in Atlanta?
When a loved one decides to end their own life, the pain of their loss is immense. Not only are you left walking through your grief but if you own the property where they died or are in charge of the person’s estate, you also have to deal with cleaning up the physical mess left… Read the full article
SteraMist: Georgia Clean’s Choice for Decontamination
When it comes to biohazard cleanup techniques, we are constantly researching the latest technology available in order to ensure that we offer the best possible service to you and that, when we are done cleaning your Georgia home or business, you and your family are truly safe from all hazards. In this spirit, we are… Read the full article
Who Cleans Up Blood Off Tile in Marietta?
Who cleans up blood off tile in Marietta is going to depend on your circumstance. If it’s your blood in your own home and it’s a small amount you may feel comfortable just cleaning the blood up yourself. If there are known bloodborne pathogens, or you are unsure if the blood contains any sort of… Read the full article
Atlanta Resident Facing a Hoarding Cleanup Notice
If your property in Atlanta is a mess and you’ve just received a hoarding cleanup notice to be done by a certain date or face legal proceedings, what do you do? Perhaps you have just inherited property, are renting a house or apartment, or own your own home and have just received a hoarding cleanup… Read the full article
Do I Get to Choose a Biohazard Cleanup Company or Does My Insurance?
When an event such as a crime, suicide, sewage backup, or undiscovered death occurs in your Georgia home or business, your home or property insurance will help pay for any needed repairs and restoration. In these types of cases when bodily fluids, blood, urine or feces are involved, your health and the health of others… Read the full article