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Caring & Compassionate Service

Licensed & Insured, Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. responds to incidents requiring crime scene cleanup and blood cleanup. Crime scenes present a unique combination of problems for detectives and medical examiners, as well as for those tasked with cleaning the aftermath of a crime, commonly referred to as crime scene cleanup.

Once removed, a body leaves behind both visual and microscopic traces that can prove harmful to those who may come into contact with them. Although the appearance of blood, bodily fluids and tissue warrants a thorough cleaning effort, it requires much more than simply wiping it up. This is where our crime scene cleanup technicians can help.

Crime scene cleanup involves a 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. Although a visual inspection of a crime scene or a suicide scene may reveal a great deal of blood and bodily fluids about the area, an equal amount will be found by our technicians in areas that cannot be seen or easily accessed. 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, trauma scene cleanup, blood cleanup and in the use of various chemicals, all of which are OSHA approved and completely safe. In conjunction with specialized training in the detection and removal of biohazard materials, our technicians will restore your house or place of business to a safe environment.

Please, before you attempt to clean a crime scene or a scene affected by a suicide or decomposition, speak with a trained & certified technician. We have trained personnel standing by 24 hours a day to answer your questions. You will never be charged for your phone call or for asking questions. We are here to help you!

Steps to Take

If your family member or business associate has fallen victim to a criminal act, such as a homicide, please follow the steps that apply below to assist us in helping you.

If a police department is involved, please get the name of the detective investigating the scene
If a deputy coroner is involved, please get the name of the coroner or medical examiner
Please do not enter the scene. Our goal is to reduce your trauma. When we arrive, we can retrieve items for you
If you know the name of the insurance company and/or policy number, we will attempt to initiate the claim process for you
A "Permission to Enter" form must be signed by an authorized representative or the family or property
Please do not attempt to clean the scene. Contact with biohazards, such as blood and fluids, may expose you to unknown risks that could result in serious illness
Call us at 1-800-759-6960 to schedule an appointment. Our technicians are typically dispatched within 90 minutes to a cleared scene

Service Quality

The team at Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. has been remediating crime and trauma scenes for nearly 20 years. During this time, we have developed cleaning techniques that have proven effective in removing and eliminating all traces of blood and other biohazards. If you have any questions as to whether or not we can safely and adequately remediate a scene, we encourage to call us at 1-800-759-6960 or use the chat button at the bottom right of this screen.

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This is not unusual and in most situations the blood does penetrate the top layer of flooring, whether it is tile, carpet or wood laminate. What we tend to find is blood and other body fluids will run to the seams and then underneath the uppermost layer of flooring. When this happens, we will recommend that our client allow us to pull up the flooring so we can adequately clean or remove the padding and subfloor. This is the only way to ensure all biohazards are removed. Leaving the biohazards will often cause an odor that will not go away until such time that the biohazards (e.g. blood and fluids) are removed.
Every situation is unique; however, in most situations the blood has traveled under or through the cushions and onto the springs and wood frame. Once this happens, we recommend that our clients allow us to completely dismantle and clean the sofa or recliner. However, this process does require us to cut out the affected areas, thus rendering the furniture unusable.
Yes, we will work with you to clean items that can be salvaged.
We can typically be ready to leave our office within about 90 minutes of a call for service. However, we must wait until the scene has been released by either the police department or coroner's office. Depending on the crime it may take a day or two before the scene is released.
Not every job we respond to involves a criminal act. When responding to a homicide or incident that involves trauma inflicted during the commission of a criminal act, the industry term "Crime Scene Cleanup" applies. For any other scene or incident whereby blood or body fluids are present, but a criminal act was not involved, we use the term biohazard remediation.
For nearly two decades our team has maintained a very close relationship with most companies that provide home owner's insurance. If you provide us with the name of your agent and a policy number, we'll make contact to establish a claim and determine what the insurance company will or will not cover. We'll then spend time to fully explain to you your options. Typically, we would simply collect the policy deductible from you and bill the rest to the insurance company.

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