Spreading TB through coughing

How does TB Spread?

TB bacteria spread through the air from one person to another. When a person with TB disease of the lungs or throat coughs, speaks, or sings, TB bacteria can get into the air. People nearby may breathe in these bacteria and become infected.​ TB is NOT spread by:

  • shaking someone’s hand
  • sharing food or drink
  • touching bed linens or toilet seats
  • sharing toothbrushes
  • kissing

Tuberculosis clean up services in Florida

Tuberculosis cleanup companies

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Tuberculosis cleaners in FL

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Hazmat Cleanup Tuberculosis Disinfection Services
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Welcome To Hazmat Cleanup

Tuberculosis (TB) Clean Up Experts

Don't hesitate to call us any time you feel that you may need professional Tuberculosis cleaning services in Florida at 727-330-2970 or 352-300-8860.

TB (Mycobacterium tuberculosis) is extremely contagious. Without the proper personal protective equipment (PPE), it's very dangerous to be anywhere near Tuberculosis. TB usually attacks the lungs, but TB bacteria will also infect other parts of the human body such as the kidney, spine, and brain. Hazmat Cleanup is here to spare our clients from the physical, and psychological burden of having to handle the cleaning process themselves.

Our team has the experience, equipment, and know-how to eradicate TB bacteria from any property for your peace of mind.

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The owners of Hazmat Cleanup have been servicing the entire state of Florida for the last twenty-five years. our company specializes in bio-hazardous remediation, and extreme cleaning situations. Our technicians are highly trained to decontaminate properties affected by Tuberculosis (TB) bacterium. We utilize hospital grade, non-toxic disinfectants, and commercial air purifiers to ensure the thorough sanitation of infectious diseases like TB bacteria. Hazmat Cleanup is licensed with the Department of Health to handle, transport, and dispose of biohazard waste in Florida.

Our TB cleaning crews drive unmarked, discreet vehicles as to not attract unwanted attention from neighbors, media, etc. Hazmat technicians speak only with our clients or power of attorney. We take the privacy of our customers very seriously, and pride ourselves on our level of integrity and professionalism.

If you suspect that you or your loved ones may be at risk of contracting Tuberculosis from a potentially contaminated property, call us any time.

Hazmat Cleanup has decontamination specialists standing by all throughout Florida. Our average arrival time is usually within 1 to 3 hours of your initial call to us, and we're available 24 hours a day.

No payment is ever expected up front. in fact, homeowner's insurance will usually cover the cost of our cleaning and disposal services.

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Professional TB Decontamination

Tuberculosis (TB) in the United States by the numbers:

7,882: reported TB cases in the United States in 2021 (a rate of 2.4 cases per 100,000 persons)

60: jurisdictions (states, cities, U.S. territories, and affiliated areas) that report TB data to CDC

Up to 13 million: estimated number of people in the United States living with latent TB infection

TB case counts and incidence rates have steadily decreased in the United States since 1992. In 2020, the annual rate of decline was substantially greater than in previous years, probably because of factors associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, including a combination of TB underdiagnosis and a true reduction in TB incidence.

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​Florida Services Statewide: 352-300-8860

Why hire a professional Tuberculosis cleaning service?

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When a person breathes in TB bacteria, the bacteria can settle in the lungs and begin to grow. From there, they can move through the blood to other parts of the body, such as the kidney, spine, and brain.

TB disease in the lungs or throat can be infectious. This means that the bacteria can spread to other people. TB in other parts of the body, such as the kidney or spine, is usually not infectious.

People with TB disease are most likely to spread it to people they spend time with every day. This includes family members, friends, and coworkers or schoolmates.