Rodents can cause a major headache, or worse, when they take over your home or office. After the exterminator leaves, it’s time to get your life back to normal. Infestations often leave behind rodent urine and droppings, and precautions need to be taken before, during and after cleanup. According to the CDC website, cleaning up after rodents is extremely important because they spread over 35 diseases. Also, many viruses in rodent droppings can become airborne, so you need the mess cleaned up fast. But don’t worry–BioHelpers has you covered.

BioHelpers has technicians trained to properly remove rodent droppings. We use a proprietary process to remove them from your home with as little disturbance as possible. Since mice and rats carry a range of disease, cleaning up a large amount of droppings can put you at risk for disease. Many of the viruses that could be present in rodent droppings and urine can also become airborne, so you need the mess cleaned up fast. Our specialists wear full protective equipment and quarantine the area during cleanup to ensure your safety. Since rodents can get into all parts of your home, we perform a thorough inspection to remove every last drop.

Talk to one of our friendly specialists today, and get your life back to normal.



If not completed properly, the cleanup process can spread contaminants. Therefore, we go extra miles to develop a solid plan for quality restoration. Unlike other Bio Cleaning companies our plans are different for every situation such as Crime Scene Cleanup, Unattended Death Cleanup and Rodent Droppings Cleanup.


Removing and transporting droppings and rodent waste requiresa strict disposal process. BioHelpers has all of the necessary experience and credentials needed to safely and legally remove any contaminated material.


We conduct multiple inspections as part of the work process using our “double eyes” technique. This allows us to ensure every area is cleaned right the very first time. Each cleanup service features a 100% clean guarantee.


Rat, mouse, racoon and bat droppings can carry serious diseases. Lyme Disease, Salmonella, Hantavirus and Bubonic Plague have all been associated with rodent droppings. After removal, any area affected should be thoroughly disinfected with safe, powerful solutions


Before BioHelpers leaves the site, our technicians use a highly effective ATP (adenosine triphosphate) test to ensure full decontamination throughout the site.

How Rodent Droppings Put You at Risk of Hantavirus

According to the CDC, people who come into contact with rodent droppings have an elevated risk of contracting Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS). Hantavirus is most often carried by small rodents, especially the deer mouse and cotton rat. Take care if handling droppings as you can easily become infected.

Here are 6 risk factors to consider:

  1. Cleaning Old Dwellings: Old sheds or vacant cabins can become infested with rodents. Be careful when cleaning these or other dwellings that are actively infested with rodents;
  2. Cleaning Barns and Other Outbuildings: Barns and other structures can attract rodents that could be carriers of Hantavirus. Take precautions when cleaning to reduce exposure to droppings.
  3. Removing Rodent Nests and Waste: Disturbing excreta or rodent nests around the home or workplace;
  4. Keeping Captive Wild Rodents As Pets: Unless you have them tested, any wild rodent you capture and keep as a pet could be carrying Hantavirus.
  5. Handling equipment or machinery in storage: Equipment that has been in storage for any length of time can become a habitat for rodents. Disturbing their droppings during cleaning/handling can expose you to Hantavirus.
  6. Camping, Hiking and Outdoor Activities: Exploring the wonders of nature can bring you into contact with wild rodents and their waste. Be aware that disturbing waste in areas populated by rodents can pose a risk.

Curious about other risk factors and want to learn more about what BioHelpers can do for your home or office? Call us today at
(215) 282-5173

We understand that the events which lead to the need for biohazard waste disposal services are often traumatic and heartbreaking. From the first call to the final inspection, you will be treated with care and compassion. We can’t take away what you’ve been through but we can make it better.

Our highly trained team can be onsite within 2-4 hours. We’ll assess the damage, take pictures before, during and after as we restore your home to its original condition. We’ll also submit your claim to your insurance company.

Unlike standard cleaning, bio cleaning requires special training to properly remove biohazards. BioHelpers uses an advanced ATP test to identify growing microorganisms and ensure the removal of bacteria from your home. Having a clean, bacteria free home will give you a fresh start so you can begin the process of moving on.

All BioHelpers jobs are backed by our 100% Clean Guarantee. You can trust us to get the job done right the First time, or we’ll come back with no charge to you.

Please complete the form below or give us a call at (215) 282-5173 to request a quick Rodent Droppings Cleanup service.

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Our technicians can be onsite in 2-4 hours.

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