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Trauma, Suicide and Crime Scene Cleanup
Biotrauma, Inc. provides professional human Biotrauma® remediation services for families or companies facing the aftermath of a homicide, suicide, accidental, or unattended death.
Services We Offer
- Crime Scene Clean Up
- Natural Death Clean Up
- Trauma Scene Clean Up
- Suicide Clean Up
- Homicide Clean Up
- Hoarding Clean Up
- Biohazard Clean
- Hazardous Waste Clean Up
- Odor Cleaning
Named perils policies usually only covers fire, lightning, windstorms and hail, explosions, riots/civil unrest, smoke damage, aircraft and vehicles, vandalism, theft, falling objects, water damage, and snow weight. These policies are not as common as typical homeowner’s policies.
In the event that Biotrauma’s™ crime scene cleanup services are not covered by named perils policies or others, Biotrauma, Inc. will provide a quote directly to the property owner.
We have technicians in your area and will dispatch to your location upon receiving your call. Should you be prompted at any time to leave a message, your call will be immediately returned thereafter.
Once the property has been treated for all hazards and is certifiably safe, the restoration process is put in motion. This includes, in any combination, painting, drywall replacement, carpet replacement, subfloor replacement, and many other services. Biotrauma, Inc. will monitor the installation of these items to ensure a timely result in the restoration of your property to its pre-incident condition.
Most restoration efforts can be completed the very next day after the property is treated. However, in order to properly match up carpeting, three days must be given in order to order the correct style and grade of matching carpet.
- Employee exposure to hazards that can cause numerous diseases and medical conditions. Among these are Critical Incident Stress Syndrome and Secondary Traumatic Stress Disorder. Exposure can result in workers compensation claims and other liabilities.
- State and Federal mandates have been established regulating the collection, handling, and disposal of human bio-hazardous waste. Companies can face serious penalties for not adhering to these regulations.
- Personnel conducting hazardous water collection and disposal are required to follow specific training and medical mandates set by state and federal agencies. Failure to comply can result in serious penalties.
The Biotrauma Team
As veterans of the United States Marine Corps, we apply our meticulous work ethic and attention to detail to our work in the civilian sector. Our focus is in providing fast and thorough Crime Scene Cleanup services while yielding the proper respect and honor to the deceased and their family.