Since 1987, Steam ‘n’ Dry Disinfecting Auckland Service offers a chance to carry out work that could make a real difference in people’s lives. We perform all biohazard decontamination services accordingly with both health and OSH regulations.
Steam ‘n’ Dry Cleanup Auckland Standards are to the USA (EPA) Environmental Protection Agency. The indoor air quality to use Auckland Council requirements. Whether you are dealing with unattended death cleaning, suicide cleanup, or crime scene cleanup, we are on call 24/7 to help you.
Since 1987, Steam ‘n’ Dry Meth-P Cleaning Auckland has helped many homes and business owners Auckland wide to recover from terrible tragedies. Steam ‘n’ Dry Disinfecting Cleaners Auckland Services offer crime scene cleanup. Including biohazard decontamination services throughout Auckland in East, North Shore, West and South Auckland.
At Steam ‘n’ Dry Disinfecting Cleaners Auckland, we do just that. When a crime happens, we are available 24/7 to clean up the home or workplace of the crime. We will help with any issues it may have caused. If you’ve had a homicide, suicide or another serious blood spill at your place, we know it’s a harrowing experience. Besides blood and other body fluids, there may be property damage, tear gas, fingerprint dust, and chemicals. The investigation of crime scenes often secondary cross-contaminate from room to room. It may seem too overwhelming even to know where to start. Firstly, Steam ‘n’ Dry Crime Scene Cleanup Auckland Services consist of:
Steam ‘n’ Dry Disinfecting Auckland Service staff are all equally and highly trained. Thus, it includes all ranges of biohazard decontamination. Also, removing residues of tragedy promptly and adequately. Furthermore, Steam ‘n’ Dry Biohazard Cleanup and Meth-P Cleaning Auckland Services consist of:
You can contact Steam ‘n’ Dry Biohazard Cleanup Auckland Services at 0800 783 266.
Experienced, researched and written by Graeme Stephens with over 34 years of meth, mould disinfecting and cleaning services experience.
Published: 31/10/2014 Updated: 5/07/2021