Rocky Mountain Biohazard is Featured in the News Again!
Here at Rocky Mountain Biohazard, we enjoy sharing our story with the wider community. By letting people know about the services we offer, they know we are here for them in their time of need. It is a delight, therefore, to let you know we were recently featured in the Colorado Springs Gazette – Dirty Jobs: Crime Scene Cleanup in Colorado Springs where we shared who we are and what motivates us to serve our community through quality biohazard cleanup.
Though biohazard cleanup wasn’t something we once dreamed of doing, when we learned about the industry, we realized that cleaning up after biohazards was a way we could serve our neighbors in a real and practical way. Through cleaning up suicides, crime scenes, blood, sewer backups, mold, animal feces, and bacteria, our staff can be there for people when they need it most.
Thorough Biohazard Cleanup
When it comes to biohazards such as blood, feces, or other bodily fluids, you can’t afford to miss even the smallest amount due to all the diseases such biohazards can carry. Even a small amount of blood can seep through multiple layers of building material unseen and, if not properly cleaned up, will worsen over time. As experienced biohazard cleaners, we know just where to look to make sure all infected areas are removed so your space is free of all biohazards and you and your family are safe.
Though home or property insurance often pays for biohazard cleanup, we are strong believers that such cleanup is a vital service and should never be overpriced. Here at Rocky Mountain Biohazard, we stand for integrity and never price gauge our clients or the insurance companies. Instead, we always keep our prices fair and affordable so you can rest assured you are paying the minimum cost for quality cleanup.
We Are Here to Help
When you’re going through a difficult time such as a loved one’s death, it makes a world of difference to have someone alongside you to walk with you and help you through it. We are there for you when you don’t know what to do. By cleaning up the mess and saving you the emotional and physical trauma, we make sure you can move forward in a safe environment.
Cleaning up bodily fluids and other biohazards is not usually a job people think about. In fact, every day we see things that most people turn away from or never even know about. It’s important work, though, and we love knowing our community is a safer place because of our services and commitment.