Biohazards and Bloodborne Pathogens

The presence of blood and other bodily fluids due to an unattended passing or traumatic incident, requires expert bioremediation to ensure any existing pathogens are removed. 

Our skilled and certified Emergency Services crew is trained to clean and restore a compromised property. 

WVR maintains compliance with all State and Federal remediation guidelines, ensuring proper cleaning and disposal methods. 

Densely Furnished Properties

A property that has been affected by excessive content, brings it's own set of health and safety hazards. In many cases, the presence of amassed clutter in the home can become a breeding ground for vermin and bacteria. 

Our contents department will work closely with our restoration team to clear out, clean and restore properties that have become unsafe or unsanitary. 


What dangers lie in a densely furnished property?

 Dust, odors, and ammonia from decaying waste products can cause serious air quality issues in an excessively cluttered home. 

Insects and vermin are drawn to these situations, and can bring with them a slough of health hazards. 

What is a bloodborne pathogen?

 Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms in human blood that can cause disease in humans. These pathogens include, but are not limited to, hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis C (HCV) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).

Bleach is NOT enough.

While bleach may clean the surface of a soiled area, it is not sufficient in ridding the area of all pathogens. 

Blood and other bodily hazards require professional cleaning to ensure the safe removal of infectious viruses and bacteria.