Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Company Spotlight: Crime Scene Clean-Up

It is a service that most people hope to never use, however, unforeseeable circumstances do happen and sometimes services are required.  Crime Scene Clean-Up is an elite group that is dedicated to helping people when tragedy strikes. Their objective is to compassionately, safely and discreetly restore a scene to a safe state. This relieves others, giving peace of mind knowing they will not be responsible for the traumatic task and potentially dangerous chore of "cleaning up" after a homicide, suicide, decomposition and/or accidental death. We are specialists in this field.

Since professionalism is very important to them, they always adhere to O.S.H.A ., EPA and State Health Department guidelines and procedures. Their technicians are highly trained in how to properly remove, package and dispose of biohazardous waste. They have also been trained in how to approach and preserve a crime scene should additional evidence be discovered.

Their service is equipped and ready to respond 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Once summoned to a scene, whether commercial, industrial, residential or auto, the technicians will evaluate the extent of the damage and prepare a written proposal. When the proposal is accepted, they immediately begin the restoration procedures. They clean, disinfect and deodorize all affected areas along with proper disposal. All biohazardous waste is disposed of through a federally licensed waste company.

When structural damage is involved, their services are not limited to cleaning, disinfecting, deodorizing and removal. They offer complete restoration, structural, drywall, painting, etc. At the conclusion of the abatement/restoration process they offer assistance with insurance procedures for possibly obtaining reimbursement. Crime Scene Clean-Up handles all aspects of the job from start to finish.  After all, this is not a job that families should be responsible for.

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