Bio-hazard clean up in Oregon City, OR

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Dealing with hazardous materials requires a level of professionalism and precision that Restoration Techs embodies. From sewage remediation to microbial contamination and asbestos, we handle each cleanup scenario with care. Sometimes, we encounter sensitive situations. With utmost respect and sensitivity, our services extend to crime scene cleanup and suicide cleanup. We are committed to ensuring a discreet and compassionate approach, especially during the most challenging times.

Sewage remediation

Restoration Techs specializes in bio-hazard cleanup, including sewage remediation for multiple scenarios, including animal and human waste. From sewage and septic backup to black water flooding to pipe bursts and interior flooding, we handle it all and are available 24/7 for emergencies.

Blackwater cleanup

Blackwater, which carries harmful microbial contaminants, poses serious health risks, and our dedicated professionals ensure a thorough and safe cleanup to restore your property and keep your family safe. Dealing with backed-up sewage and flooding in your home can cause damage to floors and walls. At Restoration Techs, we handle bathroom remodeling and other remodeling services for times such as these.

IICRC certified expertise

Microorganisms such as mold, bacteria, viruses, and fungi can adversely impact health, so enlisting certified professionals for bio-hazard cleanup is crucial. Our team's expertise and training ensure a thorough remediation process, safeguarding your property and its occupants from potential harm.

Commercial bio-hazard cleanup

Restoration Techs recognizes the urgency and emphasizes the need for swift cleanup to minimize the impact on your customers and business.

Flooded room with dirty water

Asbestos testing

Regarding biohazard cleanup, asbestos testing is a crucial step in identifying potential hazards. Testing helps assess the risk of asbestos exposure, enabling timely and appropriate measures to be taken to mitigate potential health hazards. Understanding the nature of the hazard or hazards we’re dealing with can provide efficient and safe cleanup services.

Why is asbestos a concern?

Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral that was once widely used in various building materials for its fire-resistant and insulating properties. However, tiny asbestos fibers can become airborne when these asbestos materials deteriorate or are disturbed. Inhalation of these fibers has been linked to severe health issues, including lung diseases.

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Oregon City, OR 97045

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