Trauma Scene Cleanup
Losing a loved one is one of the most difficult events someone can experience. To make matters worse, there’s often a cleanup situation involved. Home situations such as suicide, unattended death, accidental death and crime scenes are very difficult to manage.
Crime Scene Cleanup
Crime scenes can vary greatly but often create high risk environments for the professionals who work crime scenes. First responders, investigators, evidence collectors and those in charge can all be at risk.
Unattended Death Cleanup
Anytime a loved one dies it’s a difficult situation for everyone involved. Unattended death scenes require a licensed and certified professional to clean and dispose of hazardous material.
Accidental Death Cleanup
Accidental death scenes create difficult situations for family, friends and associates. They occur for a variety of reasons including car accidents, falls, drug overdoses and industrial accidents.
Suicide is a tragic event. It’s often sudden and unexpected. The police, paramedics and the fire department handle the immediate issues involving a suicide. When they leave, family and friends may be left with an immediate cleanup situation in the home.
When people manufacture or smoke meth in a house everything around them is coated with a film that contains methamphetamine. If meth is smoked even once in a home, traces of it can be found throughout the house. Meth leaves behind a variety of chemicals in the walls, floors, carpeting and ceilings.
Home Inspections For Meth
Contamination from smoking or making meth can leave behind enough methamphetamine on surfaces and in ventilation systems that people and pets can suffer from health problems similar to a chronic meth user. A thorough home inspection for meth ensures that you make the right investment.
Hoarding is an excessive accumulation of things along with unwillingness to discard anything. Hoarding impairs normal day-to-day living processes and can become a health risk. Hoarding distresses families and angers neighbors.
Hazardous chemicals are more common in home and work environments than we realize. The need for chemical decontamination arises when chemicals become toxic, ignitable, corrosive or reactive in some way. Interacting with hazardous chemicals creates a dangerous and sometimes deadly environment.
Infectious Disease Cleanup
Infectious diseases such as influenza, MRSA, E. coli and HIV are caused by viruses, bacteria, fungi or parasites. Infectious diseases can be extremely serious and may be transmitted by contact or through bodily fluids.
Fire Damage Cleanup
Losing a loved one is one of the most difficult events someone can experience. Home fires are devastating events that can create considerable damage. Even small fires create an extensive amount of smoke and odor. Water damage from firefighters is also a real possibility.
Water Damage Cleanup
Water damage happens for a variety of reasons including flooding, broken pipes, sewage backup, blockage or septic system failure. Water damage can be catastrophic to a home. Time is of the essence in water damage situations.
According to a Harvard study of 10,000 U.S. and Canadian homes inspected, over 50% have a mold problem. Mold causes nearly all chronic-sinus infections and black mold is a cause of invasive disease, allergies, and irritation.
Whether it’s an animal infestation or an animal hoarding situation, pet waste contains many harmful pathogens which can cause mild distress to serious diseases. Animal feces and urine creates urine stains and foul odors.
We clean all types of vehicles and properly dispose of hazardous materials due to a major blood spill, accident, crime, or suicide in an automobile. Luckily, most auto insurance policies cover the cost of a bio cleaning.
Police services such as blood, death and trauma scene cleanups are events that should be handled by a biohazard remediation specialist. Blood, tissue, human flesh and biohazard remains are considered to be biohazardous and can often times be very dangerous to the health and well-being of yourself and inmates or employees.