BioSheen of Texas

Phone 972-296-4959

Microbial Warrior® System

BIO SHEEN is the ONLY Forensic Restoration and Decontamination Company acknowledged in British Scientific Journals.

“Bio-Sheen is the industry leading expert in high level disinfecting services and Forensic Restoration®”

- CLEANFAX magazine

Frequently Asked Questions

In most cases, insurance pays for some or the entire bill for a biohazard cleanup.
Our response time is usually within 2-3 hours or less. Due to the location, times may vary.
Our corporate headquarters is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. We cover All of Oklahoma.

There are many companies that attempt to perform bioremediation services. Do your homework to make certain that you are hiring an expert.

If you’re in search of a Forensic Restoration® company or a Biohazard Restoration company, or if you find yourself in the position of referring this service to people in your circles, carefully review the companies to make sure they meet OSHA minimum requirements, have the proper insurance, and have earned the reputation as a qualified industry expert.

Clean up of this type of incident is almost always the responsibility of the home owner. However, almost all of our trauma scene cleanup services are covered under the homeowner’s insurance policy. Often the family will owe nothing, or just a basic deductible. Our Claims Department can help establish an insurance claim. We work directly with insurance whenever possible, supplying the necessary documentation to speed up the process.
We don’t think so. Some believe in cutting corners by just doing cosmetic fixes, and while perfumes always cost less than employing the right techniques, disinfectants, and regulations, you pay a big price in the long run. Is the threat of the dangerous biological colonies returning, not to mention potential lawsuits worth the short-term savings? No.

Federal Regulation 29CFR1910.1030 states that no employer can expose an employee to cleaning blood or bodily fluids without first providing: Federal Regulation 29CFR1910.1030 states that no employer can expose an employee to cleaning blood or bodily fluids without first providing:

Blood borne pathogen training

A written exposure control plan

Personal protective equipment

The opportunity to receive the Hepatitis B vaccine

Receive exposure evaluation and follow up

A method to remove, store and dispose of bio-hazardous waste

Non-compliance with 29CFR1910.1030 has resulted in OSHA fines ranging from $7,000 to $70,000, so make sure you’re covered. Hire the right company.

Yes, whenever you clean body fluids or excrement, you are risking being contaminated and infected by an array of diseases; some of which could be lethal. If you find yourself in the unfortunate position of dealing with any of the following list of substances or byproducts, you must contact a certified professional:

  • Animal Feces
  • Bodily Fluids
  • Blood
  • Human Feces
  • Vomit
  • Human Remains
  • Hepatitis
  • Tuberculosis

You may not realize it, but the Hepatitis B Virus is able to live and thrive in the blood for up to 7 days. It causes inflammation of the liver and can even lead to more serious health conditions like liver cancer and cirrhosis of the liver. It’s very important to recognize that there is no suitable treatment plan or cure for Hepatitis B.