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Biohazard Cleaning in Grosse Pointe MI
If you’re experiencing a biohazard emergency and need a sanitized cleaning in Grosse Pointe, Grosse Pointe Woods, Grosse Pointe Shores, or Grosse Pointe Farms, reach out to X-Cel Restoration for help restoring your home’s beauty and getting back to a normal life safely. Biohazard emergencies require sensitivity and understanding about the events that have taken place. We are a biohazard cleanup company in Grosse Pointe MI and are deemed the ideal decision by Law enforcement and homeowners who are in need of biohazard crime scene clean up. Our expertise and advanced equipment will thoroughly clean, disinfect, and deodorize your home. More importantly, we are respectful of what you’re going through and serve as your liaison during the cleanup and insurance claims process so you can focus on taking care of what matters most.
We cover a vast array of Biohazard cleanup services, including:
- Hoarding cleanup
- Meth lab cleanup
- Tear gas cleanup
- Unattended death cleanup
- Murder cleanup
- Suicide cleaning
- Disease and superbug disinfection
Grosse Pointe Meth Lab Cleanup & Decontamination
When handling drug lab cleanup in Grosse Pointe MI, our goal is to protect human health by assuring that properties formerly used in illegal drug manufacturing are properly evaluated, decontaminated, and are fit for re-occupancy. Methamphetamine lab cleanup and meth decontamination specifically can be a challenge and should only be handled by our professionals.
Meth is made by mixing various forms of amphetamine (found in Sudafed or other cold pills) with chemicals such as antifreeze, battery acid, lantern fuel, and drain cleaner. These dangerous chemicals are potentially explosive when mixed.
Meth is commonly manufactured in illegal, hidden laboratories inside apartments, hotels, residential homes, outdoor locations, vehicles, and RVs. Some of these Grosse Pointe homes are rented, others are overrun by squatters or transients. Because the meth cooks are drug users themselves they can be careless or disoriented while preparing product which adds to the danger of fires and explosions.
Illegal laboratories create massive amounts of toxic waste. Illegal production of one pound of methamphetamine produces five pounds of waste. People exposed to this waste material can become poisoned and sick. If there is a fire emergency in a potential meth lab, DO NOT ENTER the property and let the first responders know that this is a “hazmat emergency” due to the toxic fumes from these chemicals. Immediate side effects from chemical exposure include severe headache, dizziness, nausea, and vomiting, as well as eye, nose, and throat irritation, and difficulty breathing. Long-term effects can be even more serious, as these chemicals have been found to be cancerous, and even fatal.
When a meth lab is shut down, some equipment may be removed by law enforcement. The remaining paraphernalia or cooking equipment will need to be properly disposed of by a drug cleanup company like X-Cel Restoration. We also handle drug paraphernalia such as discarded needles and other contaminated objects that are a serious health risk. Abandoned or vacant properties and homeless camps are commonly in need of this cleanup service.
Drugs such as Fentanyl poses a significant threat to all who may encounter the substance inadvertently. Because fentanyl can be ingested orally, inhaled through the nose or mouth, or absorbed through the skin or eyes, any substance suspected to contain fentanyl should be treated with extreme caution. Exposure to even a small amount can lead to significant health‐related complications, respiratory depression or death.
Call X-Cel Restoration to come to the property and properly handle any meth lab cleanup or other drug cleanup services in Grosse Pointe, Grosse Pointe Woods, Grosse Pointe Shores, or Grosse Pointe Farms as needed, as law enforcement will not be responsible for ensuring the cleanup, disinfection, or restoration of your property.