Help Following a Death
Crime Scene Cleanup Technicians will respond to your home or business to remove blood, bodily fluids & other biohazards that remain following a homicide, death or violent crime. Click below for companies trained in death cleaning.
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Help Following a Suicide
Following a suicide, caring and compassionate technicians will work to restore a suicide scene to its previous state, removing all visual indicators of the traumatic event. Sentimental items may be restored during the suicide cleanup process.
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Decomposition & Unattended Death
Technicians will remove all traces of a death or decomposition, and disinfect and clean the affected area in an effort to return it to a normal condition. Odor removal is a part of this service.
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Help with Accident Scene
Technicians are available to assist with the cleanup of blood, bodily fluides and other biohazards following a vehicular accident or an accident at your home or place of business.
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Clean Hoarding Residence
Hoarding (Gross Filth) can present a serious biohazardous condition. Fecal matter, mold and other potentially infectious waste requires the attention of a trained specialist. Please seek consultation before cleaning a hoarding or gross filth scene.
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Odor Removal and Remediation
Technicians are trained in the removal of odors associated with death, decomposition, feces, smoke and other sources. Prolonged exposure to an odor can have a serious psychological impact. Please consult with a trained odor removal specialist.
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CleanupDirectory.com is a nationwide directory, created specifically for companies and individuals involved in the Crime Scene Cleanup Industry. Often referred to as CTS Decon, those involved with this industry offer a wide range of services to include: Crime Scene Cleanup, Death Cleaning, Blood Cleanup, Suicide Cleanup, Trauma Scene Cleanup, Gross Filth and Hoarding Cleanup, Fire and Water Damage and Property Restoration. Also listed, you will find companies and individuals trained in the process of odor removal and the removal of other biohazards resulting from decomposition and unattended deaths, mold, animal feces, and accidents involving blood and bodily fluids. Companies that specialize in Crime Scene Cleanup Training (the training and certification of new crime scene cleanup technicians) may also be listed below.
If you are in need of a crime scene cleanup company or a company to assist with the cleanup process following a death, an accident, suicide or other biohazard incident, and you do not find one below listed for your state, please contact the closest company for assistance. Most crime & trauma scene cleanup companies will travel to a neighboring state to render assistance. If not, that company will be able to put you in touch with a crime scene cleanup company in your state that can assist you.
To learn more about the crime scene cleanup industry, which includes trauma scene cleanup and hoarding cleanup, please visit the Crime Scene Cleanup link in the menu to the right. Please take time to view our newest listings located in Orlando Florida, Elizabeth New Jersey, Topeka Kansas, Florence South Carolina, Everett Washington, Aurora Illinois, Flushing New York, Cleburne Texas, Virginia Beach Virginia, Lehigh Acres Florida, Wasilla Alaska, Royal Oak Michigan, and Baltimore Maryland.
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Cleanup and Removal of Blood, Bodily Fluids & Other Biohazards from Accident Scenes.
Tools and equipment for the Crime & Trauma Scene Cleanup Industry, Particularly for the Cleanup of Blood and Fluids.
Cleaning Products Used in the Cleaning Industry, Specifically at Crime & Trauma Scenes and Hoarding Scenes
Disinfect and Remove all Traces of Death and Decomposition from an Affected Area
Companies that Pick Up Medical & Biohazard Waste for Incineration or Documented Disposal
Meth Lab Cleanup (5)
Meth Lab Cleanup Involving the Tear Down and Removal of Meth Labs, Dangerous Chemicals and Other Unsafe and Biohazardous Elements
Property Restoration (12)
Restoring a Structure to a Former or Original Condition and General Property Restoration
The Process by Which Heating and Cooling System Parts and Components of Forced Air Systems are Cleaned.
Blood Cleanup (14)
Blood Cleanup Involves the Professional Removal of Blood From Scenes, Not Necessarily Related to Crime or Trauma. Remediation of Blood Scenes
Crime Scene Cleanup (20)
Crime Scene Cleanup Involving the removal of Blood, Bodily Fluids, Infectious Waste & Other Biohazards Following a Death
Fecal Matter (19)
Removal of Human and Animal Feces from Basements, Crawl Spaces, Main Living Area and Attics
Hoarding Cleanup (21)
Clean & Disinfect Gross Filth & Hoarding Sites, Which Have Become Unsafe and Hazardous for Family Members and Residents
Mold Remediation (4)
Prevention, Treatment and Removal of Mold and Other Toxic Agents, Both Seen and Unseen
Suicide Cleanup (19)
Suicide Cleanup Involving the Removal of Blood, Bodily Fluids and Other Biohazards from a Suicide Scene
Biohazard Cleanup (19)
Clean Other Biohazard & Infectious Waste Scenes, Such as Fingerprint Dust, Not Listed Elsewhere in this Directory.
Carpet Cleaning (1)
Cleaning, Stain Removal or Destruction of Carpet Affected by Blood & Bodily Fluids Following an Accident or Death
Learn the Process of Crime Scene Cleanup, Biohazard Waste Removal and Trauma Scene Cleanup
Remove Traces of Fire, Smoke and Water Damage Through Treatment, Removal and Replacement of Affected Areas
The Removal of Infectious and Biohazard Waste, which may include: blood, bodily fluids, feces, needles and syringes
Odor Removal (20)
Removal of Odors Associated with Death, Decomposition, Smoke, Feces and Other Sources
Trauma Scene Cleanup (17)
Typically Involves the Cleanup of Blood and Bodily Fluids from Scenes that are not Associated with either a Crime or Suicide.