The Financial Side of Remediation and Cleaning Services

At Biotrauma, our priority is to get your property back to pre-incident condition—allowing you to focus on more pressing needs following a traumatic event. However, many families and property owners feel the weight of uncertainty of how they will pay for repairs. Fortunately, there are a variety of financial assistance options to utilize during this challenging time.

Once a home or office has been remediated, our team is trained to also help you navigate the next step—payment for our services. In most cases, homeowner’s insurance will cover the expenses incurred due to an incident. Dealing with insurance companies can be a challenge, but our experienced team can help you navigate the claims process by working directly with your insurance company.

If you do not have an insurance policy, there are other options for financial assistance. All states offer Crime Victim Compensation programs through the Victim’s Advocacy Department, which often helps pay for cleanup services. If you need to work with a third-party assistance program such as this, a member of our staff will help you apply and manage the process.

How much will site remediation cost?

Biotrauma’s remediation costs vary in each situation. We offer free on-site estimates to ensure you’re prepared for your financial obligations prior to service delivery. Once the estimate has been approved, we will clean and remediate the property, and then work with you on payment options.