Questions People Generally Ask
A: A typical biohazard cleanup involves the sanitisation, cleaning and deodorising of areas where an accident, injury, trauma or death has taken place. As such, biohazard cleaning deals with blood, tissue, human and animal remains and biochemical spills.
A: Yes, probate needs to be done before one can go about clearing a house after a death.
A: A trauma cleaner is a trained bio cleaning professional who works on the removal, cleanup, decontamination and sanitisation of biohazardous material whilst ensuring that there is no further loss and contamination through pathogens, chemicals, bacteria and contaminants.
A: Mould remediation is the removal of contaminated material as well as mould. On the other hand, mould removal is the removal of mould from a surface.
A: A property disaster repair company is a professional service provider that offers reliable repair solutions for damaged properties due to floods, storms, fires, mould outbreaks etc.
A: Deep cleaning includes window frames, interior doors, interior windows, areas behind appliances like refrigerator and washing machine, shower head, taps, kitchen tiles etc
A: Various evaluations seem to suggest that the virus can survive on plastic and stainless steel surfaces for up to 72 hours, on cardboard for up to 24 hours and on copper for up to 4 hours. However, there is no fixed timeframe as the chances of survival depend on various parameters such as temperature, relative humidity and the specific strain of the virus.