Don’t Deal With Dangerous Chemical Cleanups
TURN TO THE BIOCLEAN TEAM IN SAN DIEGO, CA
Cleaning up chemical spills can put your health at risk. Reach out to The BioClean Team for chemical cleanups instead. We can work at properties in San Diego, CA.
We’re OSHA-certified to perform chemical cleanups. We’ll discreetly handle tear gas, meth lab and household chemical accidents.
Chemical exposure can lead to difficulty breathing, skin color changes, headaches, blurred vision and dizziness. Don’t compromise the health of your family. Get in touch with us right away for a thorough chemical cleanup at your property in San Diego, CA.
DON’T RISK A POOR METH LAB CLEANUP JOBEntering a meth lab that hasn’t been cleaned properly can leave you coughing and dizzy at best. At worst, it can cause chemical burns and death. Chemicals from a meth lab can remain undetected in a home for years. Turn to The Bioclean Team to avoid those issues. Our meth lab cleanup process includes:
- Opening doors and windows and using blowers to ventilate the area
- Removing all meth paraphernalia
- Using a commercial-grade vacuum to clean all the floors
- Cleaning walls, ceilings and floors with detergent
We’re focused on the family as much as the cleaning
The Bioclean Team will work directly with your insurance company to get the cleanup handled in a prompt and efficient manner. We specialize in all types of blood-related cleanup, including:
You’ll receive an empathetic approach to cleaning that helps your family first. Contact The Bioclean Team for forensic cleanups in San Diego and the Southern California area.
We’ll help you through your situation
The owner of The Bioclean Team has been a nurse for 10 years. When you’re dealing with the grief and aftermath of a horrible situation, the last thing you’re worried about is having to clean. We’ve worked with victims and families through all types of crisis and hazardous waste situations in the emergency room and private settings.
Get reliable service from a team that cares by contacting The Bioclean Team today.