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Wades Cleaning Services are proud to be certified biohazard and specialist cleaners, experts in dealing with biohazardous situations.
Our specially trained cleaners, will use a specialist cleaning solution and ‘kill’ the mould spores, then apply a sealant to stop the mould regrowing.
Needle Sweeps & Void Properties
The team a Wades Cleaning Services carry out a thorough search of a premises to locate and dispose of any sharps.
Hoarding & Decluttering
We are trained to deliver decluttering services for homes, offices, warehouses and retail environments.
Infection Disease Outbreak
Wades Cleaning Services are specialist at both cleaning and disinfecting areas of contamination, aiming to reduce the risk of infection.
Cleaning Services in Norfolk, Suffolk & Cambridgeshire
Experience the benefits and convenience of a bespoke specialist clean with Wades Cleaning Services.
We offer a cleaning plan tailored to your needs, our cleaners in Norfolk and Norwich conduct on-site assessments to identify problems and offer solutions. Following the completion of our thorough site assessment, we will draft a free quote property. While upholding the highest standards, we aim to minimise disruption to you and your property.
Emergency & Planned Specialist Cleaning
At Wades Cleaning Services, we take pride in providing consistently high quality service. Some benefits of using ourselves are:
Our Cleaning Transformations
Everyone at Wades Cleaning Services loves to share the quality of work and we take pride in our cleaning transformations. We help people in moments of distress with our comprehensive cleaning services.
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At Wades Cleaning Services, we take pride in providing consistently high quality service.
Our qualified cleaning team ensure that the necessary care and safety is at the forefront of every job they carry out. We take this approach to protect ourselves as well as the other parties who may be working in and around the same location.
At Wades, we empathise with the challenges posed by traumatic incidents, crime scenes, or hazardous materials, which can be emotionally overwhelming. Our aim is to relieve you of this burden through our discreet and thorough cleaning services. We prioritise the safety and peace of mind of our clients, their loved ones, and the local community by delivering prompt and expert assistance around the clock, 24/7.
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One of our team may be required to complete an initial site visit.
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Once the quote provided has been confirmed, our team will start the work.
Experts in Biohazard Cleaning
The certified and highly trained professionals at Wades Cleaning specialise in biohazardous material management and trauma scene cleanup.
We strictly adhere to safety protocols to ensure the well-being of both our clients and our team. Every member of our Wade Cleaning team has completed rigorous training courses and holds certifications in Biohazard Cleaning, offered by the highly experienced CAAW Training Solutions.
We conduct our operations with the utmost discretion, ensuring that our services remain inconspicuous. Your privacy is our top priority.
We collaborate closely with you to create a personalised plan that perfectly suits your unique requirements. Our objective is to alleviate your burden and swiftly restore your environment to its pre-incident condition.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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Wades Cleaning Services is a professional cleaning team, specialising in biohazard cleanups, hoarding clean ups, mould removal and more. Our services includes removal of waste, cleaning, sanitising and restoring spaces to safe and habitable conditions.
We understand the importance of discretion and confidentiality in any clean up. Through our many years of experience, we also understand the emotional nature of many of the jobs we work on. We ensure our clients privacy is prioritised and always act with professionalism and sensitivity.
Coupled with our approach to client management, our work also speaks for itself. Wades takes great pride in delivering spaces that sparkle once we’ve finished. Our tailored approach to each job ensures that clients are left feeling reassured, often with an improved physical and mental state.
Wades Cleaning Services are a well-established cleaning team with significant expertise in biohazard remediation and the provision of cleanup services. We are recognised for our empathetic methods, thorough cleaning procedures, and unwavering commitment to safety and compliance standards
At Wades we understand the urgency of our services and offer 24/7 assistance, 365 days of the year, to provide rapid response to cleanups.
In accordance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002, employers carry a legal obligation to safeguard the health and safety of both employees and any individuals present on the premises.
The responsibility for addressing biohazard incidents falls upon the individual in charge of the property. If these issues are left unattended, bodily fluids like blood, urine, and vomit often infiltrate porous materials and concealed areas, imperceptible to the untrained eye. This renders cleanup considerably challenging and heightens the risk of infection exposure.
Our main concern when dealing with raw sewage lies in the presence of pathogens, which are living organisms that have the capacity to transmit diseases, leading to severe health issues. The three most common categories of pathogens discovered in raw sewage are bacteria, parasites, and viruses.
Pathogens have the potential to induce various acute illnesses, encompassing symptoms like nausea, diarrhea, and infections. While these ailments can be discomforting and aggressive, they typically subside over a span of days or weeks with appropriate treatment and without causing long-term effects. However, in certain situations, pathogens may lead to severe, persistent illnesses, or even fatal outcomes.
Some of the diseases that can be contracted from exposure to raw sewage include:
- Cryptosporidium and Giardia
- Gram Negative Bacteria
- Hepatitis A
The primary concern associated with cuts or wounds caused by sharp objects is the potential exposure to infections, particularly blood-borne viruses (BBV). The risk of contracting an infection depends on various factors, including an individual’s natural immune system. The most significant blood-borne viruses of concern include:
- Hepatitis B
Hepatitis B is an infectious disease caused by the Hepatitis B virus (HBV), which infects the human liver, leading to inflammation known as hepatitis. Hepatitis B is one of the most prevalent infectious diseases globally and is transmitted from one person to another through bodily fluids. Hepatitis B infections can be classified as either acute or chronic.
Acute infections can last for a few weeks to several months. Some individuals can naturally recover from acute hepatitis B, remaining asymptomatic while the virus clears from their body. In some cases, individuals might not even be aware of their infection. However, as long as the virus is present in the body, it can be transmitted to others. Chronic hepatitis B is more severe, persisting throughout a person’s life, and it carries the risk of permanent liver scarring (cirrhosis) and potential development of liver cancer.
- Flu-like symptoms: fatigue, aches, pains, headaches, and fever
- Loss of appetite
- Weight loss
- Nausea or vomiting
- Abdominal pain
Treatment options for chronic hepatitis B include interferon and antiviral drugs. Interferon, a natural protein produced in response to viral infections, can help prevent further liver damage but may have side effects. Antiviral drugs like Lamivudine, Tenofovir, Entecavir, and Adefovir can inhibit the virus’s replication.
- Hepatitis C
Hepatitis C is a liver infection caused by the hepatitis C virus. It can lead to liver inflammation, fibrosis, and, in severe cases, significant liver damage, including liver failure and cancer.
Many individuals may not realise they’ve been infected with the virus as initial symptoms are often absent or non-specific. Common symptoms, if present, include fatigue, weight loss, loss of appetite, joint pain, nausea, flu-like symptoms, anxiety, and discomfort in the liver area. Unlike Hepatitis A and B, Hepatitis C rarely causes jaundice.
Around 20-30% of people can clear the virus naturally, but for 75% of those infected, it becomes a chronic condition, potentially leading to cirrhosis. Treatment for chronic Hepatitis C often involves antiviral drugs, typically a combination of Interferon and Ribavirin.
- HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus)
HIV is a lentivirus responsible for causing AIDS, a condition that weakens the immune system, making individuals susceptible to life-threatening infections and cancers. HIV can be transmitted through contact with blood, semen, vaginal fluid, pre-ejaculate, or breast milk.
The primary stage of HIV infection, known as primary HIV infection, is characterised by symptoms like a blotchy rash, fever, joint pain, muscle pain, sore throat, swollen glands, and fatigue. These symptoms can be mild and are sometimes mistaken for a common cold or glandular fever.
Following the initial symptoms, HIV may remain asymptomatic for many years but continues to damage the immune system. There is no cure or vaccine for HIV, but combination therapy, involving multiple medications, can slow the virus’s progression and extend a patient’s lifespan.
In addition, there is a risk of spreading blood-borne pathogens through injuries from contaminated sharp objects. Proper management and disposal of sharps waste are crucial to prevent the spread of disease. If an injury occurs from a contaminated sharp object, it is essential to:
- Encourage the wound to gently bleed, preferably under running water
- Clean the wound with running water and soap (avoid scrubbing)
- Refrain from sucking the wound
- Dry the wound and cover it with a waterproof plaster or dressing
- Seek immediate medical advice, as prophylactic medications can be effective
- Report the injury to your employer if necessary.
Swift management of the situation is of utmost importance when it comes to trauma emergencies, as they entail substantial health risks.
Stringent guidelines and legal provisions govern the cleaning of crime and trauma scenes, primarily to safeguard the well-being of individuals within the affected property or vicinity. These regulations also encompass precise protocols for the safe disposal of potentially hazardous waste.
Diseases like Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and HIV, which are transmitted through bodily fluids, elevate the risk factor. Engaging specialized technicians for the decontamination of affected areas stands as the preferred course of action.
Hoarding cleanup encompasses tasks beyond mere item removal. It entails comprehensive cleaning, sanitisation, and, when necessary, structural enhancements to guarantee the safety and habitability of the space.
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