There are a lot of myths and misconceptions about biohazard cleanup and how the cleanup process is performed. As a consumer in Brisbane, it is very important to separate the truth from the myth so you can have the right knowledge in the unfortunate event when you need bio-recovery services.
Our specialty restoration team at All Aces Services addresses several pertinent questions we’ve received about biohazard cleanup.
What is biohazard cleanup?
Biohazard cleanup is the cleanup and disinfection of crime and trauma scenes. There are many people in Brisbane who are not aware that there are biohazard cleanup companies like All Aces Services offering this kind of service. Unfortunately, they only become aware of such companies when something uneventful happens that they find themselves in need of this kind of service.
Our bio-recovery service focuses on cleaning and disinfecting bio-hazardous materials and surfaces and ensures that the contaminated area is clean and safe. We remove hazardous bacteria and blood-borne pathogenic agents.
Wait, don’t the police do that?
The answer is no. This is a common public misconception about biohazard cleanup. The police won’t do it for you. It is not until someone is in need of this service do most people find that it is their responsibility to clean and restore the crime scene after police investigation.
As a restoration company offering this kind of service, it is not easy to advertise biohazard cleanup services. What we focus on is to let the public become aware of this kind of service to help people make an informed decision when choosing a bio-recovery company in Brisbane when they need it. Although it seems that public awareness of this service is growing, there is actually a lot more work to do for more education.
But I can’t see anything!
The truth is, even though you cannot see visible contamination of a crime scene, there are invisible bacteria and pathogens that are harmful to your health lurking. Thus, it is very important that bio-recovery cleanup is done to locate hidden areas of contamination and ensure that all harmful contaminants are eradicated.
Can I use bleach?
Many people often think about using bleach to disinfect contaminated objects. While this is effective as a biocide, this chemical is not safe to use for fabrics and metals. This chemical can also cause eye and respiratory irritation. Bleach, therefore, is a not recommended for bio-hazard cleaning.
With All Aces Services, you can be assured of specialised cleaning solutions when we perform biohazard cleanup. Our cleaning solutions are made to effectively disinfect contaminated materials without harming your possessions and health.
All Aces Services has been proving crime and trauma scene cleanup for many years. Our team of restoration specialists understand your need for privacy. We offer a comprehensive cleanup. Feel free to contact us in case you have any question.