Biohazard / Crime Scene
Crime scene cleanups can cost more than standard restoration cleanups after a flood or fire, but most homeowner insurance policies should cover the majority of the expenses. The cost of a crime scene cleanup depends on several factors, including the number of rooms affected, type of flooring, sub-flooring, drywall, odor removal, air treatment, and more. Protective equipment and disposal costs must also be considered. Since the crime scene cleanup industry is not heavily regulated, it's important to get estimates from multiple companies and choose one with a proven record of service, comprehensive estimate, and references. Documentation of the cleaning process and before/after photos can be valuable when filing for reimbursement with insurance companies. Spaulding Decon is a skilled, efficient, and cost-effective biohazard cleanup company recommended by police departments and preferred by most insurance companies.
Blood can be a difficult and potentially dangerous substance to clean up. Whether it's due to a medical emergency, crime scene, or an accident, it's important to know how to properly clean and dispose of blood to minimize the risk of harm to yourself and others. In this guide, we'll cover everything you need to know about cleaning up blood, from safety precautions to effective cleaning methods.
Coming into the scene of a suicide can be quite traumatic for anyone, especially family members of the deceased.If someone commits suicide on your property or another location, you will need to clean up the biohazard or remains as law enforcement does not do this. First you will need to call law enforcement to perform a thorough investigation. Once this is complete you should consider hiring biohazard experts as cleaning remains is an extensive job. This requires having safety protective gear, the right chemicals and equipment to clean thoroughly and experts to dispose of decomposition as you cannot just dump it in the trash.
Cleaning can be a tedious, messy, and rather challenging task, especially if you’re dealing with a biohazard environment. Many people take cleaning upon themselves as it seemingly looks simple and straightforward, but rudimentary cleaning knowledge will not suffice if you’re dealing with contaminated areas.