Animal waste, feces, urine and bodily fluids are hazardous materials that present certain health and safety risks. Animal droppings can carry various bacteria, viruses and parasites that can be dangerous to humans. Cleaning up large quantities of animal waste like rodent droppings, pet feces, cat urine and other bodily fluids can be difficult and dangerous without the necessary personal protection, cleaning equipment and safety knowledge. While most building materials can be effectively cleaned, some building materials may be non-salvageable once they have been contaminated by animal poop and urine. Non-salvageable building materials need to be carefully removed and properly disposed. South Jersey homeowners who attempt to cleanup excessive animal waste on their own, without professional help, can be exposed to various health hazards. Whether it is a cat hoarding and rodent infestation — you should contact a trained biohazard cleaning company in New Jersey to properly address the feces and urine left behind. Biohazard cleanup companies provide specialized cleaning, disinfection and deodorization services that specifically address biological contaminants like blood, poop, urine and bodily fluids. Specially trained cleaning technicians following specific cleaning procedures, use specialty cleaning equipment, and adheres to strict safety protocols to ensure thorough, safe and effective removal of animal waste and restoration of livable conditions.
Whether it is cat pee or human feces — bodily fluids like feces and urine are bio-hazardous waste that require professional removal, cleaning and sanitizing. The Mastertech Team can help — 609-948-8844.
The home of an animal hoarder is often contaminated with a great deal of animal feces, urine and other bodily fluids that can carry a variety of deadly diseases, harmful bacteria and virus that can be seriously hazardous to humans. Animal hoarding is characterized by the compulsive acquiring an abnormally large number of animals in the home while not providing the proper care is the primary concern. The key defining characteristic of an animal hoarder is the hoarder’s need to keep the animals despite the inability to properly house them or provide them with basic care. Often times, the hoarder’s distorted perception does not allow him/her to see the reality of the animal’s suffering and the dangerous living conditions of the home.
As one of the most trusted local animal hoarding cleanup companies in South Jersey, the technicians at Mastertech Environmental are prepared to safely and effectively cleanup after your animal hoarding situation. Our cleanup team is trained and experienced to use the safest and most effective cleanup and disposal techniques. We follow strict safety protocols, and we use the most advance equipment and most effective cleaning agents to restore your property back to safe and livable conditions. Additionally, our technicians are trained to act with discretion. We understand the sensitive nature of the situation, and we will take every measure possible to maintain our clients’ privacy.
Animals like birds, bats, raccoons, squirrels, rodents, stray cats and other critters are notorious for finding a way to sneak into hidden areas of the home — including attics, crawl spaces, garages and more. This rodent infestations can lead to a variety of property damage and health and safety issues. If you have an animal infestation in your home, the little critters will destroy building materials, chew through wires, damage duct work, and contaminate your home with feces, urine and other bodily fluids. Animal waste like feces, urine and other bodily fluids are considered biohazards that require special attention and cleanup. Such contaminants can carry dangerous bacteria, viruses and parasites that can put you and your family at risk. Feces, urine and other bodily fluids can damage your building materials can leave behind widespread property damage. The cleaning of animal droppings, in large quantities, needs to be done safely and effectively in order to protect your home, your family and yourself. Animal waste needs to be properly removed and the contaminated surfaces need to be cleaned and disinfected to restore safe conditions.