When first responders and law enforcement officials release a property after a criminal investigation, who is responsible for crime scene cleanup? Thorough inspection and decontamination of the premises is an emotionally taxing endeavor, and if not correctly done, can cause lasting damage and, in the case of undetected tissue and stains, the potential for re-traumatization if discovered at a later time. When blood spills aren’t properly sanitized, there’s the risk of spreading pathogens, especially those that survive outside the body for days, weeks, or even months.
We are a crime scene cleanup company with more than 20 years’ experience cleaning up after trauma, homicides, and other biohazard contamination. We’ve maintained an outstanding customer rating and are proud to share recent testimonials. We rely largely on customer referrals, many of which are passed along to surviving crime victims and their families by sympathetic first responders, insurance companies, property managers, and funeral directors. At Bio Recovery, we’ve maintained the respect and trust of clients in the private, commercial, industrial, and government sectors.
Our staff is dedicated to restoring a property to pre-trauma condition in a professional, respectful, and discreet manner. We follow a comprehensive checklist for cleaning up crime scenes contaminated by the following:
We also remove residue left behind by law enforcement and illicit drug use:
You can call our dispatchers 24/7 to learn about our crime scene cleaning services. We’ll ask you for the details necessary for us to provide you with an accurate estimate, and we’ll send out a crime scene cleaner crew as soon as you regain access to your property. We work directly with your insurance, and we accept all major credit cards. Bio Recovery dispatchers can also refer you to your local victim support agencies to help with financial relief.
You have enough to deal with. Let Bio Recovery handle this.