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Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. offers a wide variety of services to both individuals and companies throughout the United States. Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, our technicians primarily service the Midwestern United States. However, in light of the extensive list of affiliate companies we work with throughout the country, we can typically assist you regardless of your geographical location. 

While our company primarily specializes in biohazard remediation and assistance to hoarders with cleaning and reclaiming their homes, we also offer a wide range of additional services. Some of these services include odor remediation, removal of human and animal feces, cleaning of bird & bat droppings and area disinfection following exposure to infectious waste or communicable diseases.

Please consider contacting us before attempting to clean a contaminated scene. We have trained personnel standing by 24 hours a day to answer your questions. Even though a service you are in need of may not be listed within this website, our technicians are more than likely trained to provide that service.

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While we specialize in biohazard remediation and hoarding cleanup, we also offer several other services.

If you’d like to speak with us regarding these services or any other service that may not be listed on this website, please call us at 1-800-759-6960 or simply click the chat button below.

We work with odors! Many odors we deal with are associated with a death scene or hoarding situation; however, some are not. For example, odors that remain following a water leak or that linger after years of cigarette smoking. If you have an odor problem, even if you're not sure of the source, please contact us.
Believe it or not, we remove feces too!! Whether it's an animal hoarding issue or a bowel issue, we'll clean & disinfect the scene. Have a barn that needs to be cleaned for a wedding? We'll remove the bird & bat droppings from the roof and rafters.
Have a situation involving infectious waste or a communicable disease? Call us for assistance.

Cat Hoarder’s House

The images below were taken at a cat hoarder’s home in Indiana. It’s unknown how many cats lived in this home but it was many. Over the years the owner would lay layers of trash bags, paper sacks, trash and cat litter over the entire floor. Year after year, as cats peed and pooped, the layers grew taller and taller. When we entered the home, in some areas the technicians heads were only inches from the ceiling. 

For over a week, our team used pick axes and sledge hammers to break apart the layers of poop and pee, which had hardened like concrete. After we had cleaned everything out of the house, it was discovered that too much structural damage existed and the home was demolished. 

Indianapolis cat house hoarder Cat house hoarder after cleanup

Have you Any Question?

Odor associated with cat urine is one of the more difficult odors to remove. More often than not, anything that was saturated with urine needs to be removed. For example, it's not uncommon for us to remove carpeting, subfloor, baseboards and the bottom six inches of drywall.
Yes, bird and bat droppings can cause Histoplasmosis, which is an infection caused by breathing in spores of a fungus often found in bird and bat droppings. Also of concern is Cryptococcosis and Psittacosis, both of which come from bird droppings.
Absolutely not! As long as a legally responsible party can allow us access to the home or business, we'll take care of the scene. Once the scene has been remediated, it will be your choice as to whether or not you inspect the scene. However, we will ask for a "services rendered" form to be signed.

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