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What PPE Is Necessary for Thorough Cleaning of Concord Homes? 

The cleaning and restoration of your damaged Concord home can be a substantial challenge depending on the disaster that the property has faced. Fire and water loss incidents can be a destructive force to the contents of your home, as well as many of the materials and textiles exposed during the migration of these effects. Much of our successes in this area hinge on the state-of-the-art equipment in our inventory. However, our commitment to safe and thorough results through using personal protective equipment is also beneficial during the recovery of your property.  

Personal protective equipment (PPE) is available for many homeowners looking to protect themselves from the hazards of disasters. However, widespread concerns often require the industrial PPE and cleaning tactics for Concord homes perfected by our Certified Fabric Restoration of New England (CFRNE) team. The right protection for our technicians in the work zone can keep them and your property safe during the recovery process. The need for this PPE varies based on the cleaning task at hand, including:

Air Quality Concerns 

Cleaning up after fires and other contamination concerns can circulate hazardous particulates in the environment. Even with capable filtration equipment designed to capture the majority of these particles in the affected areas, until a definitive resolution gets reached where the environment is safe to breathe naturally, our team most utilized respirators to filter hazardous content.

Surface Cleaning 

Contamination can often be a concern after flood loss situations, so protecting from direct exposure to these threatening conditions is critical. While our Esporta Wash System can address the contamination and surface damages of soft contents and items, cleaning the structure can prove hazardous. We can utilize multiple protective apparel items to prevent contact with the skin, eyes, or other susceptible areas of our responding professionals. Some of these items include:

  • Tyvek coveralls
  • Gloves
  • Boots
  • Safety Glasses
  • Half-face or full-face respirators

The right equipment can make all the difference in keeping our technicians safe through the cleaning and restoration of your damaged home. You can reach our Certified Fabric Restoration of New England team whenever you need us at (603) 943-7153.