Arizona Forensic Cleaning and Restoration
- Covered by Insurance
- No Out of Pocket Costs in Most Cases
- FAST 24/7/365 Service
- Locally Owned & Operated
- ADEQ Compliant
- Licensed and Bonded
What Do Forensic Cleaners Do?
As forensic cleaners, we specialize in cleaning up biohazardous materials such as blood, body fluids and contaminated items at a crime scene, or any other death scene. This is an extremely dangerous task for anyone who doesn’t know how to properly handle and dispose of such contamination and requires particular training in cleanup and legal permits to properly dispose of the biohazardous material. Using specialized equipment and protective gear, we go into a trauma scene and not only clean what is seen by the eye, but clean or dispose of all the contaminated areas beneath the surface. Using our wealth of experience in forensic cleaning and restoration, when we’re done, you can be confident that any area we’ve cleaned is free from biohazardous material and safe to use.
Who Uses Forensic Cleaning?
A lot of different people call us to help clean up biohazardous materials after a crime or other traumatic event and each situation is different. You may need forensic cleaning if there has been a:
As most people don’t understand the hazards of such materials or what it takes to clean them up, our experienced team works with you to restore your property to its original condition and makes sure it’s free from biohazards.
Traumatic events are difficult times and are often very overwhelming. Our professional and compassionate team will work quickly so you can find your way forward.
How Much Does Forensic Cleanup Cost?
The cost of forensic cleanup depends on your particular situation. Some trauma scenes require an hour of cleanup and restoration while others are more extensive and involve specialized equipment. Costs vary depending on the level of contamination, how large the cleanup area is, and how much needs to be disposed.
To give an accurate estimate of what it will cost to have the biohazards removed, cleaned, decontaminated, transported and properly disposed of, give us a call and we’ll come out and assess your situation for FREE. If you like the estimate, we’ll get started with the forensic cleanup process right away. In most cases, your homeowners insurance policy will cover the work of forensic cleanup and restoration. When covered, your exposure is your deductible, which can be as low as $250.