Crime Scene Cleanup

5 1/2 Reasons To Choose Local For Trauma Scene Clean Up

Local businesses undoubtedly play an integral role in making our communities great. But when it comes to matters of the heart, there’s nothing like a compassionate neighbor to lend a hand. Here’s, not just 5, but 5 ½ reasons why calling a local biohazard cleanup company is the best choice. 1- BECAUSE WE LIVE HERE

Local vs. “Big Franchise” Biohazard Companies

The span of time directly following a traumatic event, such as an accident or unexpected death of a loved one, can be extremely stressful and difficult to navigate. If you find yourself in need of a biohazard cleanup and restoration service, a quick Google search will reveal literally dozens of company options, which can be

January 12th, 2017|Categories: Biohazard Cleanup, Company Updates, Crime Scene Cleanup, News|0 Comments

4 Reasons Why Hiring an Unqualified Cleaning Company Is a BIG Mistake

Biohazard cleanup can be difficult, especially in a murder or suicide scene. Even unattended deaths, where elderly family members slip and fall only to remain undiscovered, require advanced cleaning and restoration. One of the biggest mistakes that family members make is to hire an unqualified biohazard cleaning (often water and mold restoration companies, janitorial cleaning

How to Avoid Crime Scene Cleanup Sticker Shock

Dealing with the grief of a loved one is hard enough, especially when their death was sudden as is the case with murder or suicide related deaths. The last thing that families and loved ones need to be concerned with are hidden surprises from unethical crime scene cleanup companies. Unfortunately, there have been numerous reports

6 Things to Know Before Calling Accident Cleaners

The death cleanup process doesn’t have to take long! We understand the tragedy you are facing may be unexpected. Calling a biohazard cleanup company is often hard to navigate as you may be unsure of where to begin. Here is a short list of what you should know and be prepared for before placing the call. LOCATION ADDRESS: We will

Unattended Death: 5 Mistakes Family Members Make

Death cleanup is never easy, especially when it involves an unattended death that is discovered after the fact. Often this is the case for families with elderly parents who have retired here in Florida. Family members need compassionate and qualified advice that helps them understand decomposition cleanup and helps them separate the difficult task at