Suicide Cleanup

Bio Recovery is available nationwide to clean and disinfect any area following the events of a suicide. Call us 24/7 for help today.

 

Homicide & Suicide Cleanup



Losing a loved one to suicide is unbelievably difficult. When left with the aftermath it is crucial to avoid further traumatizing yourself, as well as potentially endangering your health.

Bio Recovery is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, nationwide to handle the cleanup process so that you can begin to heal. Our professional cleaners will safely and discreetly return the space to its pre-incident state, eliminating hazardous biological materials and pathogens while being mindful of your property and the emotional distress of your situation.

How Bio Recovery Can Help


Bio Recovery is an industry leader in trauma scene cleaning. Whether you’re a private citizen or a business owner, we understand that when you’re faced with the shocking aftermath of suicide, it’s often challenging to make well-informed decisions about biohazard remediation.

We have provided nationwide professional and compassionate services to families and businesses after traumatic events for more than two decades. We understand that even if you’ve “seen it all,” biohazard cleanup is a job best left to certified professionals who are trained, equipped, and mentally prepared to step in and take care of unpleasant and potentially dangerous materials.

The areas in which we provide post-death cleaning services include but are not limited to:

  • Homes
  • Vehicles
  • Apartments
  • Colleges
  • Public Spaces
  • Hotels

Our Expertise


We’ve encountered a diverse array of biohazard and crime scene cleaning industry situations, so never hesitate to ask our customer relations agents or technicians how we can help.

Additionally, our standards consistently exceed Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA) requirements for biohazard materials handling and disposal.

Who We Are


We’ve established ourselves as an industry leader through our two decades in the field of suicide cleanup and remediation. We are in service nationwide, and have worked in every situation from private homes and businesses to police stations and hospitals, and more.

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Our Suicide Cleaning Process


In our 20+ years in business, we have managed to simplify the remediation process from start to finish, entirely taking the burden off of you and your family.

Listed below are the simple and straightforward steps of our suicide cleanup process.

Quick responses are so important during these emergencies, and we know very well how important it is to have the situation taken care of immediately. That's why we have multiple crews available near you, ready to help. Additionally, we work as quickly as possible to respond and dispatch our teams to your situation.

Is Suicide Remediation Necessary?


Our field technicians and office staff are trained to communicate with our customers with compassion, clarity, and transparency, helping you better understand our service options and remediation process.

Our technicians use environmentally safe cleaning compounds and fluids designed to sterilize affected areas of your property. They follow our detailed, step-by-step protocols for thorough remediation from start to finish.

Please do not attempt this yourself. Not only do you put yourself in danger by coming in contact with biological waste and microscopic bloodborne pathogens, but the trauma of having to clean up after a loved one’s death is a mental burden no one should endure. Let us clean while you heal.

Pricing & Payment Plan


We make the payment process as simple as possible by dealing directly with your insurance provider. Insurance fully covers the cost of the cleanup in a majority of these situations. 

  • Insurance sheet

    Insurance Claim

    Insurance covers most biohazard cleaning costs. If you have your homeowner’s or renter’s policy information on hand when you call us, we’ll work with the claims department on your behalf.

  • Payment options

    Direct Payment Options

    We’re flexible with our direct-payment options, and can help you determine the best financing plan based on your out-of-pocket costs, policy payouts, and victim’s aid benefits.

  • Cleanup assistance form

    Victim’s Assistance Funds

    We can help connect you with the most appropriate funding sources to help with coverage gaps, deductibles, or out-of-pocket expenses. For more information, click here.

More Options


We know this is a terrible time for you, so we are always striving to make the payment one less thing to worry about. We also try to help uninsured and low-income customers find victim services organizations or government resources for possible financial assistance opportunities. 

For your convenience, we accept:

  • Homeowners Insurance
  • Car Insurance
  • Renters Insurance
  • Credit Cards
  • Payment Plans
  • Cash & Checks
  • Victim’s Resources

Client Review

"Thank you for all of your support, compassion, and efficiency. This company and your team were there for us during our most difficult time and you went above and beyond to make sure we had absolutely nothing to worry about. We wouldn’t trust anyone else during this tragic time. God bless you."

Victoria V.

Resources


This can be a very traumatic time. If you are struggling after a loss, feel free to check out some of these resources provided by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, as well as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:

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All families, friends, property owners, and authorities afflicted by such a painful experience deserve an experienced crew on site.

Our certified technicians and trained staff understand the discreet, caring, and private nature our clients expect and deserve during a suicide cleanup process.

*If you are having thoughts of suicide, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), or text HOME to 741741 to be connected to a trained Crisis Counselor through the Crisis Text Line.

Frequently Asked Questions


Simply put, no. Attempting to clean following a suicide is dangerous to both your physical and mental wellbeing. Only trained professionals should deal with these situations.

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