Crime Scene Cleanup Pricing & Payment Options

Joe MayDate Posted:
Last Updated: Victim Resources

No one is ever fully prepared for life-changing events such as experiencing a crime your home; living through a loved one's suicide; discovering an unattended death, or having your house flooded. The aftermath of such trauma is not only emotional but includes the fact that your home will need a thorough and professional cleaning. That's where we come into the picture. Here at Bio Recovery, we call ourselves biohazard specialists.

Each type of hazardous situation calls for specific tools, cleaners, techniques, chemical solutions, and cleanup activities. We have received heartfelt thanks from a massive amount of customers and have frequently heard our clients say that they would not have known what to do if it had not been for Bio Recovery.

We know that this type of remedial cleansing requires experts in the field of crime scene cleaning who understand the ins and outs of biohazard cleanup. Thankfully, the professionals at Bio Recovery guide their customers in navigating the home insurance claims process.

Crime Scene Cleanup Costs

Establishing how much a biohazard cleanup will cost is difficult. The total damage and the necessary tools and materials needed to get a location back to a usable state make a difference in what the project will cost.

Our Bio Recovery team must visit the scene to assess how severe the property damage is before an estimate can occur.


Homeowners Insurance Options

Usually, homeowners insurance covers the cost of disaster, trauma and crime scene cleanup, in addition to biohazard disinfection.

To be sure you have this type of coverage, contact your insurance company, and ask if your policy includes this type of service. Our team will work with your insurance company to ensure your claims process is as beneficial to you as it can be.


Renters' Insurance Options

If your landlord carries insurance for his or her properties and you have renter's insurance, it is likely that between the two policies, you can cover the cost of cleanup services.


Crime Victims Fund

This funding support was established by the Victim of Crime Act in 1984. The Office of Justice collected fines and penalties from convicted federal offenders for the fund, which currently has a balance of $12 billion. Contributions for the fund included monies from US Attorneys' Offices, federal courts, forfeited bail bonds, and special assessments. The fund gives much of its money to local victim assistance programs.


Bio Recovery Crime Scene Cleanup Financing

Our company offers payment plans for those whose insurance does not cover a crime scene or traumatic events cleanup.


Credit Card Payment

Biorecovery also accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. We like for our customers to know that our price and payment options are flexible, our discretion is excellent, and our ability to work well with families and businesses is renowned.

Types of Properties Bio Recovery Services

Not only residential homeowners seek the assistance of Biorecovery's professional team. We also work with:

  • Commercial properties
  • Government facilities
  • Military offices, warehouses, and more
  • Hospital enterprises
  • Outdoor biohazard cleanups
  • Vehicle biohazards

Bio-Remediation by Bio Recovery

When a crime scene, a suicide site, or any other trauma affects your home, place of work, school, or rental property, Bio Recovery knows what to do. We are headquartered in New York but have locations across the United States.

Our 24/7 availability and our 17 years of experience make us proud. But, it is the relationship we have with our clients and our sincere compassion for the families we assist that make our work fulfilling. Our crime scene cleanup costs are competitive, and our dedication to our work is palpable.

Whether residential or industrial, our decontamination practices are certified, thorough, and restorative. Bio Recovery would not have it any other way.