TRAUMA-SITE CLEAN UP
At ServiceMaster Restore of Halifax & Dartmouth, we have 65 years of experience and expertise providing sensitive, prompt and professional cleanup of both biologically and chemically contaminated trauma scenes. Our highly trained and qualified technicians fully understand the protocols of biohazard cleanup, sanitation and restoration. We clean and sanitize the site, neutralize any odours, and seal and remove all contaminated materials for disposal at a licensed medical waste facility. You can count on us to restore your property respectfully and effectively.
ONLY A TRAINED TECHNICIAN CAN ENSURE PROPER TRAUMA-SITE CLEAN UP
Most cleaning services personnel are not trained or equipped to handle biohazardous wastes such as blood or bodily fluids.
There is also a possibility that other hazardous materials may be encountered during the trauma site cleanup process. Removal of biohazardous waste can be dangerous. A spill could be infected with disease, and therefore, extraordinary precautions must be taken. You can trust ServiceMaster Restore of Halifax & Dartmouth to ensure professional and proper cleanup of any trauma site location.
RESTORING YOUR PEACE OF MIND
Our highly trained technicians are knowledgeable of disease pathogens, sanitizers, disinfectants, deodorants, and the professional techniques and regulations to successfully deal with each unique situation. Using specialized equipment, chemicals, and protective suits, our technicians isolate, clean, disinfect and decontaminate each surface properly. Upon completion, the collected waste is transported for appropriate disposal at a licensed facility.
YOU CAN COUNT ON US
We work closely and discretely with the homeowner or property manager to help reduce the emotional stress related to the trauma scene, discourage publicity, and can assist you in dealing with your insurance provider.
Do I need general contractors?
There are some aspects of the restoration process that may require the services of general contractors such as drywall/painting; electrical; plumbing; roofing; framing/finish carpentry; flooring/carpet; installation of doors, windows, cabinets, post-construction cleanup, etc.
What would be considered non-insured work?
Any construction project unrelated to your loss is considered non-insured work. At your request, we will provide a separate estimate for non-insured construction projects, and this work will require separate authorization and payment terms. If the non-insured work will delay the completion of an insured portion, then the situation must first be discussed with your Insurance Adjuster and the ServiceMaster Restore Project Manager.
Flood Preparedness. Are you ready?
One of the most frequent and costly natural hazards in Canada is overland flooding. If you aren’t aware of the term, it is when water flows overland and seeps into buildings through windows, doors and cracks. Floods have affected hundr