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Arizona Biohazard Cleaning Company Uses Unmarked Vehicles

Unmarked Biohazard remediation Van

Unmarked Trucks

When our biohazard cleaning crew from BioTeamAZ pulls up to your Arizona home or business, it will always be in an unmarked vehicle driven by people in plain uniforms. With no logos or business descriptions on the sides of our vehicles, not even that neighbor across the street who keeps an eye on all the comings and goings of the neighborhood will know what is going on in your home.

We keep prying eyes away

There are times in our lives when we need strong support from those nearby and there are other moments when our privacy is of prime importance. One such time when privacy is needed is if you require biohazard cleanup at your home or business. In those moments, it is never a good time to have to answer unneeded questions. Whether the needed cleaning is due to a suicide, crime, drug lab, hoarding, or infectious diseases contamination, prying eyes is the last thing you want around when you are already feeling overwhelmed and upset.

By using unmarked vehicles and wearing plain uniforms along with coming around the back way whenever possible, we do our best to be discreet and quiet as we work quickly to complete our task.

Protect your business’s reputation

Every business owner knows it takes extraordinarily little to damage a good reputation after working hard for years to build it up. With the possibility of rumors running rampant and passerby asking intrusive questions, we do our best to protect you, your staff, and customers from anything people might say after seeing a biohazard cleaning truck at your place of business here in Arizona. With nothing around to advertise our presence, we work hard to keep a low profile while cleaning and removing biohazardous waste from your place of business.

At times, it can be beneficial for people to know the property has been fully cleaned by licensed biohazard cleaners after an event took place that was publicized in the news such as a shooting outside your store or an infectious disease outbreak. In many other cases, however, discretion and privacy is key to maintaining your reputation as a safe and clean business. At BioTeamAZ, we strive to help you in this however we can by not attracting unwanted attention so you can get back to regular business as quickly as possible.

BioTeamAZ puts your needs first

Any quality biohazard cleaning business will always put your needs first. At BioTeamAZ, we work hard to take care of any biohazard problem you may be having. Whether it is in your private home, rental property, or business, we know how to help protect your reputation and your privacy so you can live in peace and safety for years to come.

Urine And Feces Cleanup After A Fall

Urine and Feces Cleanup After A Fall

Bio Team AZ is Here When you Fall and Can’t Get Up

With so many older adults at home by themselves it is a common occurrence for someone to fall and not be found for days. In our work as biohazard cleaners, we come across many of these tragic scenes. They are far more common than you would think. One recent scene we cleaned up after was in an older adult’s home where she fell while by herself. She laid there alone for three days before finally being found and taken to the hospital. The area where she laid needed urine and feces cleanup as well as odor removal.

Bodily Fluids Soak Through the Building Structure

When any biohazard such as urine, feces, blood, or bodily fluids, are left on a floor or carpet for a period of time, the fluids follow the flow of gravity and find their way through multiple layers of building materials. In this case, we had to remove the carpet and carpet pad, both thoroughly contaminated, to treat the cement slab below. After the cement was disinfected and sealed, the new carpet pad and carpet could then be installed. In addition, we cleaned the laminate and made sure no urine or feces found their way into any other parts of the building structure so nothing was left behind. Lastly, we removed all the lingering odor so the home was safe to occupy.

Biohazard Cleaning is About the People We Serve

Biohazard cleaning isn’t just a business to us. Behind every job we do are the people whose lives are affected by the quality of our work. No matter what the task, however big or small it may be, we always have in mind the families who live or work on that property. We know that their health and well-being is dependent on the quality of our biohazard cleaning and so we always go beyond expectations to make sure the job is done well and the people we serve are treated with kindness and compassion.

We Make Homes Safe For Our Neighbors

Though we have not met the lady who fell in person, it is easy to imagine her embarrassment and relief when she was finally found. The three days she spent on the floor must have been difficult, indeed, and our hearts go out to her. Though we can’t take away what happened to her, we knew what we could do was to thoroughly clean the area so it was safe along with creating a pleasant smell so she could return home in peace and comfort.

We Respect Your Privacy

We arrive in unmarked vehicles to respect your privacy. We leave it up to you to decide what to share with your neighbors and friends. We also want you to know that you are not alone. These things happen all the time and when they do, we are to help.

Insurance Covers Damage From Falls

If a building structure is damaged as a result of an elderly person falling in their home, most property insurance policies cover the cost of biohazard cleaning and restoration of the property. While you would need to check on the details of the policy, we gladly work with insurance carriers and can even file the claim on your behalf. At a time when you need to be focused on helping your loved one on their road to recovery, paperwork is the last thing you should have to handle. Therefore, we try to make it as easy and painless as possible.

Check On the Elderly in Your Life

While it is easy to focus on our own families and close friends during this time, make it a habit to keep checking on older friends, family members, and neighbors. We all need a helping hand from time to time and you may make the world difference for someone who needs to be found.

Suicide in Cave Creek

Cave Creek, Arizona

No matter where you live, whether in Cave Creek, Arizona, or in the heart of Phoenix, life can feel overwhelming at times to the point of despair. Especially in recent months with the upheaval around COVID-19, lost jobs, and political unrest, it can be hard to see the end of the tunnel when we will recover a new sense of normalcy.

For a growing number of people, these challenges have seemed particularly dark and some folks have made the choice to end their lives by committing suicide. In recent months, nearby Pima County has seen a higher rate of suicides, likely related to stress from COVID-19. For those who have loved them, grief and loss fills the space where their loved ones once resided.

Many in Cave Creek, Arizona, will remember a time back in 2018 when 31 teenagers from the East Valley committed suicide in the span of 15 months. With families and networks of friends left devastated, hardly any communities were left unaffected by this terrible loss. One homicide detective shared how he dreaded having to tell parents or relatives their loved ones committed suicide. While we at BioTeamAZ do not have to break the news to families, we do see the looks on their faces afterwards when we arrive to clean up the bodily fluids after a suicide so they can begin the grieving process in a clean environment.

Between the isolation, financial difficulties, and lack of personal support, we know many in Cave Creek may be struggling during this time and considering suicide. We urge you to pause, reach out, and remember that even a lot of issues compiled together hardly ever dictates what your tomorrows will be. Life is full of all kinds of changes and surprises.

While our staff at BioTeamAZ are dedicated to providing fast and thorough suicide cleanup to our neighbors in Cave Creek, we would much rather know people are reaching out and finding the help they need to wake up to a new day. If you ever need a shoulder to lean on, there are multiple resources you can turn to for a listening ear who can help you make it through:

Suicides in Arizona Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

Suicide Helping Hands

For everyone in Phoenix and throughout Arizona, we are all dealing with the new reality of living with COVID-19 in some form or another. From lost jobs, grieving loved ones, canceled events, and self-isolation, our lives are each effected in some way. It has not been easy for anyone and the longer it goes, the problems for some can compound one upon another. For some among us, it will seem like suicide is the only way out.

In recent news, Arizona call centers for people with anxiety or thoughts of suicide have experienced a higher influx of people needing to talk with a counselor. For those considering suicide, problems have quickly compounded to such an extent that they see no way out of the life they are living and no reality beyond the one they are in. Problems can include:

  • Jobs lost
  • Fears of what may come such as losing homes or unable to pay utilities
  • Health concerns
  • Separation from friends and family
  • Feelings of powerlessness
  • Feeling trapped inside
  • Anxiety and stress
  • Not knowing how long this will go
  • living in an abusive environment
  • financial crisis
  • anxiety and stress
  • loneliness

All of us here in Phoenix have been dealing with some of these issues in one form or another and have had to create our own coping skills to deal with our feelings and the issues we face. Even before self-isolation, some of us have also been struggling with mental health problems, addictions, or paying bills and now, without the ready support of friends and family nearby, all these problems can be heightened and suicide starts looking like a good way out of a life we no longer want.

Ways we can each cope and help one another

During a crisis, the situations we are in can feel like they will go on forever and it is easy to tell ourselves a story that fills us with grief and anxiety while not seeing any way out. Even for those with good coping skills and a supportive environment, such a drastic change in lifestyle can be overwhelming. A person who is feeling anxious and someone with thoughts of suicide is not a clear-cut line – there is a whole spectrum of stress people are dealing with. A friend or family member who seems to be dealing with the crisis well may still feel the darkness closing in.

Even while we need to stay far apart from one another, there are still ways we can come together, ways we can cope with the anxiety in ourselves and help those we care about. Whether someone is dealing with thoughts of suicide or simply wants out of the house to be with other people, we can reach out to lift another’s spirits and by doing so, lift our own. Actions you can take today include:

  • Check in with other people: Take the time to call or video chat with a friend, family member, or neighbor. Just talking with another person and getting to share how you’re doing can be a huge mood lifter in these times.
  • Find ways to connect: Even though we can’t sit down together, we can still find ways to connect with supportive people. Reading to a grandchild over video, playing online games, sending mail or packages, or waving through windows can remind us we are not alone.
  • Exercise regularly: Exercising can lift our moods and keep us healthy
  • Stick to a routine: Having a predictable routine gives us a sense of control, certainty, and choice. This is especially helpful if our routine includes progressing on a project or learning a new skill – anything that helps us remember there is a future once this pandemic is past.
  • Limit your intake of news: The news is designed to be attention grabbing as well as informative. While news stories can be helpful in finding resources, they can also paint a grim picture and make the world seem much darker than it actually is. Look also for the uplifting stories and the news of people helping each other.
  • Limit alcohol consumption: Alcohol influences our moods and emotions. If you are struggling with thoughts of suicide or depression, avoid drugs and alcohol.
  • Lock up weapons and guns: If you have someone in your household thinking of committing suicide, remove any threats such as guns or pills or lock them away.
  • Call for help: Though we are isolating, help is still available. You are not alone. Crisis lines are still there to talk with people. Whether you are having thoughts of suicide or just need another person on the other end of the line, people are there to help you. Call 1-800-273-8255 (TALK).

Help is a phone call away

Here in Phoenix, Arizona, help for anxiety or suicidal thoughts is just a short call away. Counselors are there to talk with people who need a listening ear, a connection to resources, or a supportive shoulder to lean on whether you are going through a difficult time or are considering suicide. You are never alone.

Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 (TALK). The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.

Crisis Response Network: Crisis Response Network, Inc., the Arizona call center for the Suicide Prevention Lifeline, operates a crisis response hotline and a continuum of crisis services 24/7/365 to anyone who may be experiencing a behavioral health emergency. Our services also include dispatching of mobile response teams, and SMI Eligibility Determination for the State of Arizona. The local number is (602) 770-4972.

Murder – Suicide in South Phoenix

Murder Suicide South Phoenix

Whenever a crime is committed needing biohazard cleanup, BioTeamAZ is there for those left behind to make sure the area is cleaned up and the infected materials properly disposed of. Though it can be difficult to walk into tragic scenes, we know we are helping those who need it most with a skillset we’ve honed from years of experience.

Recently, a murder-suicide that took place in South Phoenix and our hearts went out to all involved. Though it is still unclear what happened, 27-year-old Brian Santiago shot Sabrina Miran-Garcia, 52, outside in the front yard then he returned to the house to shoot 53-year-old Gonzalo Augustin before turning the gun on himself in a different part of the home. It has been determined all three lived in the house but the relationship they had with each other or why the shooting occurred has not been released. Our thoughts are with those who lost loved ones in this tragedy.

So often, such crimes leave behind far more questions than there are answers. Even though we know we can’t bring people’s loved ones back or give survivors the resolution they seek, we can be there for them in such situations by cleaning up the soiled material left behind from a murder-suicide and preventing it from causing further harm in an already tragic scene.

Cleaning up blood and bodily fluids, even that of a loved one, is never something you should do. Notwithstanding the deep emotional trauma such a cleanup can inflict, most people don’t know how to properly clean up such substances or have the professional cleaners to do the job correctly so the area is truly clean. Our team at BioTeamAZ is well-trained cleaning up biohazards form a murder-suicide and have had years of experience cleaning up after a large variety of events and situations in all different types of environments.

Our team at BioTeamAZ is dedicated to being there for our neighbors throughout the wider Phoenix area and around Arizona whenever you need us for situations such as crime, accidental deaths, and hoarding. Discreet and compassionate, we know what it takes to get you on the road to recovery and to restore your property to pre-event conditions.

We are always glad to be there for those who need professional biohazard cleanup throughout Phoenix and all of Arizona.

If you have a situation needing cleanup or have any questions, we are always here to help you.

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