Discreet & Fast Blood Cleanup Services
How Professional Blood Cleanup Works
Our team of compassionate technical cleaning experts will work promptly and discreetly to respect your privacy. Our advanced tools and methods ensure that we remove all contaminants from the affected area and completely sanitize your space.
Hiring a Blood Cleanup Professional
In the event of an accident involving blood or other biohazardous waste or materials, you’ll want a team of experts to ensure a safe and effective cleanup process. That’s why we’re here. Valor Technical Cleaning specializes in blood cleanup and biohazard remediation to help families, property managers, and commercial and industrial property owners in these difficult situations.
How Much Does Blood Spill Cleanup Cost?
In most cases, blood cleanup is covered by homeowner’s insurance. Insurance companies will cover the costs of our services and may even replace damaged items. If your homeowner’s insurance doesn’t cover blood spill cleanup, we’ll work with you to ensure you get the help you need.
What is Biohazard Remediation?
Biohazard remediation is the removal and cleaning of blood, bodily fluids, and other dangerous pathogens from an area following an accident, death, or other type of contamination.
Following a blood spill, bloodborne pathogens present a significant risk of exposure. This is why it’s important that only trained professionals using the proper tools and safety equipment work on these types of cleanup jobs.
What are Bloodborne Pathogens?
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms in human blood that can cause diseases. Bloodborne pathogens can be transmitted via blood or other bodily fluids and can enter another person through a cut, bite, abrasion, or mucous membrane.
Some of the most common bloodborne pathogens include:
- Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
- Hepatitis B virus (HBV).
- Hepatitis B virus (HBV).
Bloodborne pathogens pose a serious health risk, which is why you should never attempt a blood cleanup on your own. Without the proper tools, protective equipment, and experience, you may put yourself or others at risk to bloodborne pathogens and other potential hazards.
Bloodborne Pathogens Statistics
Bloodborne pathogens pose a very serious health risk. Per the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), here are some important statistics concerning bloodborne pathogens:
- Blood can transmit over 20 different known pathogens.
- The risk of HIV infection from a puncture injury is 1 in 300.
- In 2016, it’s estimated there were roughly 20,000 new cases of HBV.
- The risk of HBV infection from a puncture injury is between 6 and 30 percent.
- In 2016, almost 3,000 new cases of HCV were reported to the CDC.