How much do you charge for your services?
Each bio-cleaning job is unique, so our pricing depends on the job itself. The biggest factors that determine cost are the number of technicians needed to get the job done effectively, how long the job will take to complete, and how much waste needs to be disposed. However, keep in mind that many of our services are covered by Arizona homeowner’s insurance policies. Before beginning any job, we will evaluate the situation and give you an accurate pricing and timing estimate.
What is your availability?
We are available for bio-cleaning services 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. We can usually respond to any call or service in Arizona request within a few hours.
If a violent crime or other crime has been committed, do the police schedule and pay for a cleanup, or do I?
Cleanups are most often the responsibility of the property owner, unless you have been told otherwise by law enforcement. Luckily, most violent crime cleanups are covered by Arizona homeowner’s insurance—fully or with a deductible. We will even help you to file a claim with your insurance provider.
How do I know if you are qualified to perform a cleanup on my property?
All of our technicians here at Arizona Bio Cleaning are OSHA (Occupational Safety Health Administration) blood-borne pathogen certified, bonded, and properly insured. We would be happy to provide you with documentation of all our qualifications and certifications.
How do you dispose of the waste safely?
We have relationships with several licensed medical waste disposal companies that comply with all disposal regulations. We safely transport the materials to these disposal companies, who then dispose of the waste according to federal and Arizona guidelines.
Can I just clean up blood myself? Or have my housekeeper do it?
You and your employees can only clean up blood, bodily fluids, biohazards, or infectious waste if:
- You have all been formally trained in dealing with blood-borne pathogens
- You have a written blood-borne pathogens plan
- You have personal protective equipment available
- You have been given a hepatitis vaccine with a follow-up visit
- You have a proper method to remove, store, and legally dispose of biohazards and infectious waste.