Thorough Cleanup Services for Biohazard Material, Hoarding and More

We specialize in hoarding, biohazard cleanup and infectious disease cleanup as professional cleanup services. We strive to provide our clients with high-quality services tailored to their needs. We take great pride in the quality of our work and our commitment to assisting those in need.

Allen Keith Construction’s team of experts specializes in professional cleaning services, such as hoarding, biohazard and infectious disease cleanup and cleaning after an unattended death. We are committed to providing dependable and effective solutions while adhering to the highest safety and quality standards. Our mission is to provide you with the best care and respect possible during this challenging time and guide you toward a healthier lifestyle.

At Allen Keith, not only do we provide hoarding cleanup services, but we also specialize in biohazard cleanup. All safety protocols and regulations are strictly adhered to when removing, disposing and decontaminating substances such as blood and bodily fluids. This is done to safeguard the welfare of those exposed and prevent disease transmission. Additionally, all our staff is highly trained to handle hazardous materials and comply with all applicable state and federal health regulations.

We also provide cleanup services for contagious diseases during public health emergencies, such as the current COVID-19 pandemic. We use specialized cleaning and disinfecting products and personal protective equipment to decontaminate and disinfect spaces contaminated with contagious diseases.

Allen Keith Construction is committed to providing customers with the best in services. Our crew of experts is fully licensed and insured and equipped with the most up-to-date techniques and technologies to guarantee the safety and quality of our services. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you need help with hoarding, biohazard or infectious disease cleanup. We are here to help you restore and sustain a safe and healthy atmosphere in your home or office.

Hoarding Cleanup Services

Hoarding cleanup services remove junk and trash from a home or other structure. This type of cleaning is frequently required by people suffering from hoarding disorder. People with hoarding disorder can get overwhelmed by how many things they keep, even if they are no longer helpful or are causing problems. They may also need help getting rid of things, even if they are no longer helpful or are causing problems.

Cleaning up after a hoarder can tax the person doing the cleaning and the people living in the space. But on the other hand, it could imply organizing things, getting rid of dangerous items and cleaning and sanitizing the area. This could be an opportunity to help the hoarder create a more livable space and restore order and control to the living environment.

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Trauma and Biohazard Cleanup Services

Trauma and biohazard cleanup services include safely removing and disposing potentially hazardous materials such as blood, bodily fluids and infectious substances. These items can be discovered at a crime scene, following a severe accident or in other locations where a traumatic event has occurred.

Surfaces and equipment may need to be cleaned and sanitized as part of biohazard and trauma cleanup services to prevent disease spread. This kind of cleanup is often demanded to guarantee the health and safety of individuals who may have encountered unsafe substances and impede the transmission of sickness.

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Contagious Diseases Cleanup Services

Cleaning and disinfecting areas where contagious diseases such as COVID-19 have spread are essential for contagious disease cleanup services. This type of cleanup is often necessary during public health emergencies or outbreaks of infectious diseases to prevent the spread of the disease and protect the health of individuals who come into contact with the space.

Contagious disease cleanup may involve using specialized cleaning and disinfecting products and personal protective equipment to ensure the safety of the individuals performing the cleanup. It may also entail removing and disposing of contaminated medical waste and personal protective equipment. These steps are required to stop the spread of the disease, protect people from exposure and ensure that the environment is properly sanitized.

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