We Are Experts in Remediation
Not every incident or scene will involve a crime; however, there may still exist an area of contamination that should be professionally remediated. If blood is not cleanup up immediately, the blood will begin to spread and will be absorbed by porous materials, such as: concrete, asphalt, drywall, carpet, sub floor, grout, studs and floor joists. To help prevent unnecessary contamination and increased structural damage, it is imperative that you contact a company trained in blood cleanup as quickly as possible.
Since blood travels in much the same manner as water does, a casual inspection of the scene will not reveal all traces of the blood. This is where blood cleanup technicians can help. Any type of crime scene cleanup or blood cleanup involves a comprehensive and detailed procedure to detect, disinfect and completely remove all traces of bio-hazardous materials, to include but not limited to; blood, bodily fluids, tissue & bone matter, contaminated clothing and household goods, hypodermic needles, razor blades and other items that may pose a risk of injury or death. For your safety, and the safety of your family and friends, it is vital that all traces of these elements be removed from a scene, whether a crime has been committed or not.
Technicians with Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. have received extensive training in crime scene cleanup, blood cleanup, blood spatter, trauma scene cleanup and in the use of various chemicals, all of which are OSHA approved and completely safe. Our technicians, utilizing specialized training and equipment, will detect and remove all biohazard materials and restore your house or place of business to a safe environment.
Please, before you attempt to cleanup blood or a crime or trauma scene yourself, speak with a trained & certified technician. We have trained personnel standing by 24 hours a day to answer your questions. Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. can be reached at 1-800-759-6960. You will not be charged for calling us for advice or to simply ask a few questions.
Why are We Qualified?
There are a lot of business, both large and small, available to assist family members and friends when tragedy strikes. Some are well-qualified to provide biohazard remediation services, while others may not be.
Here are some things to consider when searching for a company to hire: