If you work in an institution, such as a courthouse or police station, that has holding cells or jail cells, and you’re probably already too well aware that things can get messy – and frequently. While you probably have a cleaning crew that does cleaning work, many things can happen in holding cells and jail cells that can be considered biohazards and really should only be cleaned up by a professional crew with professional training. Also, as a law official or other person working in the facility, it shouldn’t be part of your job to clean up bodily fluid or other biohazards – that’s why you should leave the tough stuff to us! If you need help with holding cells/jail cell cleanup in San Diego, Hometown Restoration can help.
While our name may suggest that we restore homes and commercial properties, we are also highly trained in all different cleanup and restorative methods – including biohazard cleanup. Some of the spills or fluids that can occur in a jail or holding cell include urine or feces, vomit, or blood, and these are things that we can help you clean up. We use professional chemicals all the time, follow OSHA regulations and CDC protocols to ensure everyone’s safety – including yours and the next occupant of the cell.
Also, in a post-COVID world, we have to exert extra caution. While we have always cleaned, disinfected, and deodorized to the best of our ability, we go the extra mile in the wake of COVID-19 to ensure everyone is safe, including wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) and disposing of all biohazard material properly.
If you need help when it comes to holding cells/jail cell cleanup in San Diego or with other biohazard cleanups, contact us at Hometown Restoration today at (760) 653-5400 for immediate help or to find out more about our processes.