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Biohazard Plus, Hoarding Cleanup crew members are sensitive when dealing with you during your most stressful time and will always respond expeditiously to your call for
assistance .Our California, Georgia staff is comprised of caring hoarding cleanup
professionals who can and will help grieving families deal with these sensitive situations.
California, Georgia we provide free estimates and will contact your homeowner’s, commercial, or automobile insurance company in order to provide you with the highest amount of savings possible.
We are a BBB accredited company and invite you to Contact Us directly in order to schedule your free onsite consultation and estimate today! Call 866.936.1112 Hoarding Cleanup. Visit us at www.biohazardplus.com
Welcome to the home of California, Georgia Biohazard Plus, Hoarding Clanup professional cleanup (hoarding remediation) services. For more than 15 years our team of hoarding
cleanup (hoarding remediation) specialist been providing 24 hour hoarding cleanup services such as hoarding cleanup, clutter cleanup, and trash cleanup to families and businesses throughout the San Francisco and Bay Area, San Jose, Sacramento, Oakland, Los Angeles, Atlanta and Central Valley, California, Georgia, USA cities, to handle every aspect of your residential or commercial hazardous cleanups. Our California, Georgia staff specializes in working with homeowners to deal with emotionally traumatic experiences and assisting them in navigating their homeowner’s and/or automobile insurance to provide thorough hoarding cleanup and emotional closure so that you can move on with your life.
Tragedies such as hoarding, murder, suicide, and body decomposition are life events that most human beings are not fully prepared to handle. Blood, tissue, expired food, trash, bugs, and remains are considered to be biohazardous and can oftentimes be very dangerous to the health and well-being of yourself and your family or employees. The unsafe nature of a hoarding cleanup, and biohazard cleanup make it strongly recommended that only adequately trained and certified blood cleanup (hoarding remediation) professionals remove and dispose of hazardous debris as medical waste.