Trauma Cleanup can be needed as a result of an Accident, Injury, Homicide, Suicide, Unattended Death or Crime.

Just because someone survived an injury or accident does not mean that the scene is any less difficult to clean.  Accidents can have a traumatic personal effect. Besides the potential emotional damage one can feel cleaning up after a colleague, friend or family member, retrieval of body fluids can quickly mount into more than the untrained professional can safely handle. Caring for an accident victim is just the start of eliminating the risk of blood borne diseases from an accident area. A potential hazard still exists until the entire area is cleaned of blood and body fluids*, and the contaminated cleaning equipment has been disinfected or disposed of safely. Only designated and trained individuals should clean up blood or body fluids.

When a loved one passes away sometimes it is necessary to clean afterwards, especially if he/she was unattended for a period of time before being discovered.  We are here to intercept the emotionally devastating process of doing it yourself.

Let us provide you with trauma scene cleanup services and keep your community, family, or employees safe from harm

Crime Scene Cleanup
A violent crime can leave behind broken glass, finger print dust, blood, bodily fluids, debris, filth & trash, or any other affected materials and substances found in the vicinity. Such a traumatic event can cause an emotional strain. If you have been the victim of a crime you need profession help that you can depend on.  Our crime scene technicians have the training and experience to thoroughly clean and decontaminate the scene.

After the police finish investigating and clear the scene, we will promptly clean and restore the affected property to as close to its original state as possible.  We always use the appropriate protection and equipment for disposal, and ensure swift, quality services.

A violent death is quite possibly the most traumatic event.  It leaves families feeling both traumatized and victimized. Just dealing with the loss of a loved one and the circumstances of their death can be overwhelming for a family.  In addition to dealing with the emotional fallout of a traumatic death in the family, surviving members need to make funeral arrangements, deal with insurance issues, contact family and friends and locate wills. On top of that, with violent crimes the media and police are involved. All this can quickly overwhelm a family.   We are here to intercept the emotionally devastating process of doing it yourself. In these traumatic events we are here to help, our technicians are trained to handle this type of loss with compassion, sensitivity, discretion and the upmost respect.  Our crew will clean, disinfect and deodorize the area.  We work within State guidelines to properly dispose of affected materials.

* Includes human blood, semen, vaginal secretions, cerebrospinal fluid, pleural fluid, pericardial fluid, peritoneal fluid, amniotic fluid, saliva in dental procedures, tissue, and organs. Also includes any other human body fluid (urine, feces, nasal secretions, vomitus, etc.) that is visibly contaminated with blood.