Feces Removal

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It is not something you ever want to have to deal with, but there are times when you simply cannot avoid it. Feces removal might literally make you sick to your stomach, but it is absolutely something you must undertake if there are deposits of feces on your property. And these deposits can come from numerous sources: pets, humans or unwanted animals on your property (especially if you face a hoarding or filth situation).

Feces not only smells horrible and can stain and destroy walls, flooring and furniture, but it can also be a major health hazard. Feces – both human and animal – contains dangerous pathogens that can make you sick, or worse, if handled improperly.

Just a few of the things that may be found in feces includes:

  • Bacteria
  • Viruses
  • Protozoa
  • Worms

All of these things can impart problems such as E. coli, hepatitis, streptococcus, salmonella, cholera and beyond.

That is why employing a professional in feces removal is often the best option for property owners. Biotrauma’s experienced and knowledgeable staff is trained to handle any feces removal situation.

We are also trained to handle the situation that deposited the feces on your property – whether you require clean up after a sick/immobile relative, someone with too many pets, a hoarding situation, a rodent infestation, or a natural death, we can get your property back to a safe and healthy state and allow you to get on with your life.

We always utilize the safest cleaning and disposal methods in order to fully remediate your property. And our caring and knowledgeable professionals will keep you apprised of every situation that arises – and how we can best deal with it – allowing you to focus on other aspects of your life.

Biotrauma is available 24 hours a day. Simply call us and we will be there for you.

NOTE: If you do find yourself in a situation where you must handle human fecal matter, please utilize the utmost caution to safeguard yourself against pathogens. Wear protective equipment, including gloves, goggles and mask in order to shield yourself. And be sure to clean yourself thoroughly once the job is completed.