The Smell of Death in a Home
If a body lay undiscovered for as little as two days it can have absolutely devastating effects on a home. Hazmat Cleanup has perfected the process of remediating homes that a death has occurred in. Our technicians are trained specifically to handle these types of situations and are equipped with state of the art supplies and machinery to tackle the worst case scenario. For the past 17 years, The owners of Hazmat Cleanup has the restoration of death scenes down to a science. We guarantee that we can eliminate the 'smell of death' out of any home and thoroughly sanitize it to return it to a safe environment to occupy.
Foggers - How They Work
The original, EPA approved SafeSpace® Disinfectant Germ Fogger contains a hospital grade, contact disinfectant, that when fully discharged generates 6,000 cubic feet of disinfectant and deodorizing fog. The SafeSpace® Germ Fogger can kill 99% of the germs responsible for colds, flu, staph, MRSA and many more.
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Hazmat Cleanup LLC
How Our Odor Treatment Works:
Hazmat Cleanup LLC uses state of the art foggers and ozone machines that aide in the process of eliminating the strongest smells such as mold, mildew, feces, untimely undetected death and all unsanitary conditions that get into your walls, duct work and flooring. Our cleanup protocols follow OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogen Standards, which include practicing universal precautions and equipping our teams with appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE).
Ozone Machines - How They Work
Outdoors, nature eliminates odors and microorganisms using both UV light and O3. Indoors, most places that generate odors receive very little UV light or O3. The Odor-Free purifier creates O3, or ozone, in a special process that utilizes an electrical current. Ozone sanitizes by breaking down odors, microorganisms and other pollutants at their source. Nature creates O3 as a natural cleaner during thunderstorms, and also from sunlight striking the earth’s atmosphere. As an example, we’ve all taken a walk after a thunderstorm and experienced the clean, fresh smell in the air. That's O3, or ozone, at work. Normal oxygen (O2) is converted to O3, which is commonly called ozone. It reverts back to O2 in about an hour if the O3 is unused. This leaves the air fresh and clean because the source of the odor has been permanently removed. And there are no artificial odors so the space becomes free of odors, as nature intended.