Biohazard Clean Up Services

Situations involving biohazardous waste require careful attention to detail and strict adherence to safety protocols to prevent the spread of biological contaminants and related bacteria or viruses. At Triad STOP Restoration, here in Winston-Salem we have been in the business of property damage restoration and cleaning for over 6 years. Due to our vast experience with all types of disaster situations, we can offer fast and efficient biohazard remediation. Below are just a few examples of the specific biohazard situations that we can assist with.

COVID-19 Exposure- Our team has been trained by the IICRC, or the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification to properly treat facilities after there has been a coronavirus exposure. The chemicals that we use are proven to kill bacteria and deactivate various viruses, including COVID-19.

Trauma/ Crime Scene Clean-Up- Often after there has been an unexpected death on a property, the owners are left to deal with cleaning up the mess that can be left behind. When dealing with situations such as this, there is a protocol that will need to be followed to ensure the safe removal and clean up of bodily fluids and prevent exposure.

Animal Infestation- Animal infestation is not uncommon, especially as they prepare for the cold winter months. This can cause property damage, poor air quality and exposure to harmful diseases. Once the uninvited guest has been removed our team can assist with cleaning and decontaminating the area so it’s safe for repairs.

Our priority here at Triad STOP is to provide our community with safe and professional means of biohazard cleaning and disinfecting. We can assist with both residential and commercial properties in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point, Thomasville, and Lexington. We like to work with local insurance agencies, maintenance supervisors and healthcare facilities to professionally serve them in their time of need. If you have any questions regarding our services, please give us a call at (336) 203-0739.