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SERVPRO of Flower Mound Responds to a Biohazard Cleanup

SERVPRO of Flower Mound Responds to a Biohazard Cleanup

SERVPRO of Flower Mound Responds to a Biohazard Cleanup where bodily fluids were released overnight. Our highly trained technicians were equipped with the proper personal protective equipment (PPE) and knowledge to complete the job.

SERVPRO of Flower Mound Responds To A Biohazard Emergency Cleanup

SERVPRO of Flower Mound Responds To A Biohazard Emergency Cleanup

Biohazard emergency cleanup jobs are sometimes the hardest calls we receive. You really have to be understanding and delicate when it comes to conversing with the customers. It's tough for the customers and rough on the crew members providing the service as you almost have to block out what you are doing. SERVPRO of Flower Mound is here to help all customers who need us through such difficult times.

SERVPRO of Flower Mound Performs Biohazard Cleanup At Abandoned Home

SERVPRO of Flower Mound Performs Biohazard Cleanup At Abandoned Home

You wouldn't be able to tell from this picture but these walls were previously covered in graffiti and other items. The home was left for an entire year with it's doors unlocked for anyone to enter. SERVPRO of Flower Mound was called out to remove the graffiti and other remnants from the walls in order for the home to be fixed up and sold.  

Biohazard Cleanup in a Hoarding Situation

Biohazard Cleanup in a Hoarding Situation

Everyone here at SERVPRO of Flower Mound understands that hoarding has been classified as a disorder and should be treated with care. When we arrived at the residence we were informed there had been multiple chickens inside the residence and had been using the restroom indoors for quite sometime. Our technicians first began the clean out of the home before addressing the feces.

Proper Disposal of Biohazard Contaminated Items

Proper Disposal of Biohazard Contaminated Items

With any biohazard job you always need to ensure you are properly disposing of the contaminated items. These items pictured below were contaminated with feces and would not be salvageable. They were double wrapped in 6 mil and secured shut.