Riverside County Blood Cleanup Information Narrative

My Riverside County blood cleanup services cost less and come with guarantees. I guarantee my price, and I guarantee my work. If you find a need to call me back for additional blood cleanup, I return with no questions asked. Likewise, once I set a blood cleanup price, that is the price you pay. Pay with cash, check, credit card, or debit card via PayPal.

Because blood cleanup needs often follow homicides, suicides, and unattended deaths, I see no other moral approach to this special cleaning service. I see no other way to ensure Riverside County families and businesses relief from additional stress. So I remove any threat of a scam or less than a needed blood cleanup service.
My blood cleanup services available through the above telephone number lead to lower Riverside County blood cleanup fees. I have been in the blood cleanup business for 18 years and work alone. I do biohazard cleanup work that includes homicide, suicide, and unattended death cleanup. Of course, I clean up blood following traumatic accidents.
I include infectious waste cleanup for Riverside County as well, which means I clean up feces from humans and other mammals and bird species.
I have cleaned up bear feces from under a Los Angeles County house, for example. In Fresno I cleaned bird poop from a 4 story building.

For your information, it's the blood cleanup that causes infectious waste to become a biohazard cleanup. You see, according to the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia, human blood is a biohazard; hence, feces without blood is infectious, but not necessarily a biohazard. If it were, we could not survive as a species, considering that mothers and fathers must clean feces from infants and the old and sick among us.

So blood cleanup is a type of biohazard cleanup, but not feces cleanup. I mention this because I do feces cleanup besides blood cleanup work.
I answer my telephone 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. However, I do not always respond to blood cleanup service calls within hours or even on the same day. It depends on my activities when the call is received. Because I own my own blood cleanup company and do my blood cleanup related work, I can only be in one place and time, businesswise. I am have over 18 years of experience in the blood cleanup service.
I clean after homicides, suicides, and unattended deaths. Traumatic blood loss due to accidents seldom require professional help, but I'm available, nonetheless. I rarely receive calls for traumatic blood loss by accidents, overall.

Blood Cleanup Prices

My Riverside County blood cleanup prices show the difference between an owner-operator blood cleanup business and my competitors' blood cleanup businesses. My wife handles the paperwork related to invoices. Most of my competitors use blood cleanup employees. So the way I run my blood cleanup business makes a big difference between my blood cleanup business and my competitors. Mostly, It makes a difference when it comes time to pay for blood cleanup employees.

I charge a minimum of $450, and this will cover the first hour of work. Usually, when I apply my minimum fee, it's because I did the blood cleanup work within an hour to an hour-and-a-half. You know my blood cleanup fee before I begin work, then. Sometimes I can give you a firm telephone quote for blood cleanup task, as well.
When I charge more, it's because the blood cleanup task takes longer. Perhaps furnishings like mattresses or couches are involved. Maybe I have to take out some wall and flooring. It's hard to say until I see the blood cleanup scene. Whenever a homicide, suicide, or unattended death occurs, there may be widespread debris from great violence. The untrained eye will not know where to look for blood-related damage. It does take experience in the blood cleanup field to understand what occurs during a violent episode.
My Riverside County blood cleanup prices rarely exceed $1,000.

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No Blood Cleanup Employees

Because I do not need to pay employees, I save my blood cleanup customers a lot of money. Consider the expenses I save by not having employees:

  • Additional Vehicles and Related Expenses
  • Healthcare Insurance
  • Sick Pay
  • Social Security Insurance
  • Training Costs
  • Vacation Pay
  • Workers Compensation Insurance

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  • Disinfecting

I use an array of disinfectants. Some of these disinfectants are called "cleaning solutions" while others are simply called "disinfectants." In short, I use common household bleach for the more generalized disinfecting of blood cleanup scenes. And I also use rubbing alcohol for treating select areas to kill germs. Doorknobs, mirrors, faucet handles, and light switches receive rubbing alcohol.

I use bleach on nonporous surfaces and a ratio of about 25% which to 75% water, which is what the United States Ctr. for disease control, Atlanta Georgia recommends.

Depending on the nature of the blood cleanup scene, I sometimes flog (atomize) peroxide in the area that received blood contamination. This helps to highlight tiny droplets of blood. It also highlights other potential infectious materials. Peroxide by its nature as a disinfectant, but I prefer not to rely upon it. I just use it to highlight blood related matter.

Now, in Riverside County as another counties across the United States with desert-like conditions. Human blood draws then "sets up" quickly. This means that blood has what I call a "cascading" property, which as an analogy. If I were to take turtle shells in place one upon another I would be creating a cascade of turtle shells. The shells would be hard to penetrate, which is the case with blood that is sad time to set off as a side up in desert=like conditions.
Usually the sooner blood cleanup takes place better, but there is always a point in which the blood is settled in and requires force to remove it. Are you scrapers and abrasive materials. I also use "dwell time." Dwell time means to place a solution upon the blood to allowed it to soak up the solution and become more pliable. In this way it becomes looser and easier to remove from any surfaces that may adhere to.

Course, in the case of carpet, there is no way to recover carpet once it is been heavily soiled by blood. This is because no matter how much bleach we can use on a carpet to disinfected, it cannot be, "disinfected" in a legal sense. In other words, we cannot prove that it is disinfected. So we simply got the carpet out. Nevertheless, I pour bleach in any bags in which one soiled carpet is in place. I also use this approach for clothing and other fabrics swelled by blood and placed in bags. Which is a very good disinfected in any case.

Pouring a great quantity of bleach on a great quality of blood creates a violent reaction between these two substances. This reaction occurs because of the high pH level of bleach in the range pH level of blood which is about 7.5 on the pH scale. The same principles work in any place on this planet besides Riverside County.

There are what I call "exotic" disinfectants. These are rather expensive and have their own liabilities. For example, some of these exotic disinfectants are more difficult to remove from the blood cleanup same. Then there's the house are two occupants of a building following blood cleanup. Keep in mind, when a toddler is upon a floor, it places its hands on the floor in its mouth routinely. Do we want exotic cleaning chemicals used on the floor?

There is a time and a place for using exotic cleaning chemicals. But a routine blood cleanup is not one of them. That's where we have bleach and alcohol. Besides that cleaning solutions like simple green are also disinfectants in their own way. Simple Green will kill ants when sprayed with a household sprayer. This tells me that also serve as a disinfectant.

I use an array of disinfectants.
Disinfectants are called "cleaning solutions" at times." In short, I use ordinary household bleach for the more generalized disinfecting of blood cleanup scenes. And I also use rubbing alcohol for treating select areas to kill germs. Doorknobs, mirrors, faucet handles, and light switches receive rubbing alcohol.

I use bleach on nonporous surfaces and a ratio of about 25% which to 75% water, which is what the United States Center for Disease Control, Atlanta, Georgia recommends.

Depending on the nature of the blood cleanup scene, I sometimes flog (atomize) peroxide in the area that received blood contamination. This helps to highlight the tiny droplets of blood. It also highlights other potentially infectious materials. Peroxide by its nature as a disinfectant, but I prefer not to rely upon it. I use it to highlight the blood-related matter.

Now, in Riverside County as other counties across the United States with desert-like conditions. Human blood draws then "sets up" quickly. This means that blood has what I call a "cascading" property, which as an analogy. If I were to take turtle shells in place one upon another, I would be creating a cascade of turtle shells. The turtle shells would be hard to penetrate, which is the case with blood that is a sad time to set off as a side up in desert=like conditions.
Usually, the sooner blood cleanup takes place better, but there is always a point in which the blood is settled in and requires force to remove it. Are you scrapers and abrasive materials. I also use "dwell time." Dwell time means to place a solution upon the blood to allowed it to soak up the solution and become more pliable. In this way, it becomes looser and easier to remove from any surfaces that may adhere.

Course, in the case of carpet, there is no way to recover carpet once it becomes heavily soiled by blood. This is because no matter how much bleach we can use on carpets to disinfect, they cannot be legally "disinfected." In other words, we cannot prove disinfection. So we got the carpet out. Nevertheless, I pour bleach in any bags in which one soiled carpet is in place. I also use this approach for clothing and other fabrics swelled by blood and placed in containers. Which is a very good disinfected in any case.

Pouring a great quantity of bleach on a great quality of blood creates a violent reaction between these two substances. This reaction occurs because of the high pH level of bleach in the range pH level of blood which is about 7.5 on the pH scale. The same principles work in any place on this planet besides Riverside County.

There are what I call "exotic" disinfectants. These are rather expensive and have their liabilities. For example, some of these exotic disinfectants are more difficult to remove from the blood cleanup same. Then there are occupants of a building following blood cleanup. Keep in mind, when a toddler is upon a floor, it places its hands on the floor in its mouth routinely. Do we want exotic cleaning chemicals used on the floor?

There is a time and a place for using exotic cleaning chemicals. But a routine blood cleanup is not one of them. That's where we have bleach and alcohol. Besides that, cleaning solutions like simple green are also disinfectants in their way. Simple Green will kill ants when sprayed with a household sprayer. So Simple Green serves as a disinfectant.
We are privileged to live and work in Riverside County. We can drive just a few miles in any direction and find a hardware store or supermarket that carries household bleach and other disinfectants. So throughout the day we are usually close to blood cleanup supplies in Riverside County.

  • Furnishing Disposal        

Heavily once soiled furnishings must be "reduce" of the blood contamination before disposal. Usually I can disposal furnishings for a fee. My blood cleanup and the furnishing removal. This is usually discussed upon my arrival at Riverside County blood cleanup scenes.

Couches, loveseats, reclining chairs, and mattresses are among the more common heavily once soiled furnishings following a homicide, suicide, or unattended death. No way around it, the blood and other potentially infectious materials must be removed before removal of the furnishings. And then the blood soiled materials must receive special handling.

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  • Odor Reduction

Order reduction began soon after blood cleanup. Likewise, begging blood soiled materials helps reduce orders. And then the application the disinfectants along with cleaning solutions further reduces blood related orders. However, on a death scene where cleanup occurs after a prolonged period of contamination, blood and death order cleanup may fall within a week. What happens, is that offgassing bacteria from the decomposing matter permeates cellular matter.

This "cellular matter" may consist of man-made cellular materials like carpet padding (the worst for retaining blood and death orders) and natural cellular material, cotton T-shirts and socks, for example.

It is best OpenWindows as soon as possible to begin to ventilate blood soiled rooms and buildings. Whenever possible, and air-conditioner should be left on tell cool a room in building. In this way offgassing can be reduced. Overall, a thorough cleaning of blood and disinfected along with ventilation will help to remove blood and death orders more quickly.

Many times customers asked if painting a room will help reduce blood and death orders. And the answer is "yes." To ensure that painting gives the best outcomes, it is best to to use a letter reducing paint like Zinnsser B-I-N Order paint first. And then use the final cut. There's no way to ensure outcomes with just a single coat of latex paint on drywall.

Then there's the issue of floors. A shellac or thick coat of Zinnsser B-I-N normally cuts orders., Still, the area must be thoroughly scrubbed and rinse. A good disinfectant must be used. And for best results, repeating this process should help.

Eddie Evans

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