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If you own property, you have a legal obligation to maintain a reasonably safe environment.

Sometimes things happen beyond your control and you need someone to clean up various hazardous materials. That’s where the experts at Professional Restoration can help.

We have decades of experience cleaning up hazardous situations on commercial and residential properties.  Call us at 303-922-4001 if you need to cleanup any hazardous materials, crime scenes or vandalism.

Bloodborne Pathogens and Infectious Materials

The United States Department of Labor and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) prescribe safeguards to protect workers against the health hazards caused by bloodborne pathogens and other potentially infectious materials.

Mitigate your company’s liability and contact the experts at Professional Restoration to properly clean and dispose of biohazards on your property.

Hazardous Materials Include:

  • Blood
  • Vomit
  • Urine
  • Feces
  • Needles

Crime Scene Cleanup

Biohazard dangers may be present after death or injury. Count on Professional Restoration to provide an immediate and discreet response to these traumatic events.

The scene of a crime, accident, suicide, unattended death or other unexpected life events can expose employees or family members to emotional distress. Don’t let the danger and stress of cleaning and disposing of hazardous waste add to these difficult times. Professional Restoration is here to manage the cleanup with sensitively, professionalism and without publicity or sensationalism.

Vandalism CleanupVandalism Cleanup

Criminal mischief, which is Colorado’s official term for vandalism, is one of the most common crimes in the state. Usually consisting of spray paint on walls and fencing, damage to furnishings, and littering of harmful substances.

Vandalism is one of the most difficult forms of damage to restore. Prompt action for cleanup can often minimize the effect and make restoration more successful. We recommend saving any containers and spray cans left behind and keeping all wood chips and fragments from destroyed furniture to improve the restoration outcome.

Hoarding Cleanup

Hoarding is a problem for many individuals and can lead to unsanitary living conditions and health issues. Property managers, landlords, and homeowners may find themselves in need of assistance when dealing with this dangerous cleanup.

Biohazards and infectious materials may be present, but unseen. Call the experts at Professional Restoration to property clean and dispose of toxic contents safely.

Animal Waste Cleanup, Disposal

Rodents in a dwelling inhabited by humans are more than a nuisance, it can mean exposure to infectious diseases and bacteria that can cause illness. If your property has been exposed to the droppings, urine or saliva from rodents, call the experts at Professional Restoration to properly clean and sanitize your living or working space and its contents in order to keep your family, employees, customers or guests safe and healthy.

Sewage Backup

Professional Restoration is your local expert in the field of sewage backup cleanup in Denver. Sewage backups can create many health issues when not cleaned and sanitized correctly. If personal belongings have come into contact with contaminated water, call on the experience of Professional Restoration to remove the hazardous and unsanitary water and provide the proper cleanup and restoration services for the property and its contents.

Contact Professional Restoration

If you need an experienced company to clean up a biohazard situation at your home or business, contact Professional Restoration. Our technicians have the tools and experience to get your property back to normal.  Call us at 303-922-4001 for an emergency response 24/7 or during business hours to schedule a free estimate.

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