Crime Scene Clean Up: Services available in all states
When a violent death occurs in someone's home as a crime scene cleanup, the family typically doesn't move out of the house. The crime scene cleaners job is to remove any sign of what happened and any biohazards that result from such an incident. Federal regulations deem all bodily fluids to be biohazards, so any blood or tissue at a crime scene is considered a potential source of infection. You need special knowledge to safely handle biohazardous material and to know what to look for at the scene -- for instance, if there's a thumbnail-size bloodstain on the carpet, there's a good chance that there's a 2-foot-diameter bloodstain on the floorboards underneath it. You can't just clean the carpet and call it a day.
In the case of a crime scene clean up, there are bodily fluids to deal with, each tiny drop carrying germs, bacteria and, possibly, infectious diseases. In something like a crime scene clean up related to a suicide where a person cuts his wrists or shoots himself in the head, there's tons of blood; if someone is shot in the chest, though, there's very little blood because the lungs suck it in. But no matter how much of it there is, our crime scene cleanup crews have to approach it as if it were carrying bloodborne pathogens like HIV, hepatitis, herpes, E.coli and hantavirus.
To deal with crime scene cleanup pathogens and biohazardous material you will want to have a licensed professional to take care of this serious issue.
To professionally complete a crime scene clean up of a messy homicide, suicide, accidental death or undiscovered death and restore the area to its previous state can take anywhere from an hour to 40 hours. It all depends on the "degree of trauma" and the amount of biohazardous material at the site. In many cases with your description we can provide an accurate estimate over the phone or have someone there quickly to look at what the exact crime scene cleanup situation is.
Technicians supplied by ACT Remediation have had extensive training in crime scene cleanup. With our experience, certifications, and our nationwide network of licensed crime scene cleanup professionals, we are ready to handle your needs. In addition to our cleaning expertise our company possesses all the necessary permits to transport and dispose of biohazardous waste found during the crime scene cleanup. Companies that are involved in a crime scene clean up business, also known as trauma scene clean up, must have all of the necessary permits to dispose of biohazardous waste. Providing on site service representatives in most states.
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With the crime scene cleanup needs of people in many states changing to where they need more immediate services, we are expanding our locations and dispatch centers to provide a quickery scheduling time for any kind of crime scene cleanup or blood clenaup issue.