Who Cleans up after a Traumatic Event?
Law enforcement agencies and emergency responders do not clean up blood and tissue that is left at the scene. Homeowners and victims are left with the aftermath of the incident. Many times they leave behind chemicals/solvents from the investigation, such as finger print dust, chalk and marker prints, stickers, needles, bloody gauze/medical supplies and candle wax that need to be removed from the scene. There may also be blood and other bodily fluids or remains. These remains are full of blood borne and airborne pathogens that may be dangerous if not removed and disinfected by trained professionals (blood borne pathogens are viruses or bacteria that are carried in blood or air such as HIV, HBV(hepatitis B), HCV (hepatitis C), Herpes, E.coli and hantavirus).
Safe Clean Up that is OSHA Approved
Crime Decon, Inc has proven and professional qualifications and skills in crime scene clean up, blood clean up, trauma scene clean up and the use of various chemicals, all of which are OSHA approved and completely safe for your residence or place of business. We utilize specialized equipment that will detect and remove all bio hazardous materials and restore the affected area to a safe environment.
We use disinfectants, enzymes and equipment when decontaminating a crime scene, death scene or traumatic injury scene. Our cleaners are specifically made for cleaning blood, bodily fluids and tissues. We ensure that all the blood and bodily fluids are removed completely and the area is properly disinfected.
In almost all cases, homeowners or business insurance covers these incidents (policies may vary). We find that businesses want the incident cleaned quickly and discreetly, which we are happy to do for you.
If you are in need of our crime scene cleanup services but are not sure what services you may need, please give us a call anytime (day or night) and we will help you through the process Phone: 877-488-8815.
You will never be charged for questions or estimates.
Some Helpful Tips:
- Call 9-1-1, if necessary.
- Call us and we will come out as soon as possible.
- Contact your insurance to find out if the incident is covered by your insurance policy.
Note: If your insurance covers your incident and you are filing a claim, write down your deductible, claim number, and your adjuster’s name & phone number.