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Biohazard, Crime Scene and Hoarding Cleanup Services

If your commercial or residential property needs hazmat, trauma, crime scene or hoarding cleanup, call us now.

No matter what biohazard situation you’re dealing with, we have solutions.

Situations involving biohazards and hoarding require experienced and empathetic professionals that have the knowledge to restore your property. Rest assured that the restoration of your residential or commercial property following a biohazard event or a crime will be handled in the most sensitive and professional manner possible.

When handling a biohazard scene, experience can make a big difference. Your local restoration provider will work with you to devise a custom plan that fits your situation, and have the right supplies and equipment to get the job done quickly and safely.

RestorationMaster Biohazard Cleanup Services

Blood Cleanup Services

Crime Scene Cleanup
RestorationMaster provides professional blood cleanup services to safely remove all the blood from the scene of a serious injury or death.

Death Cleanup Services

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A sudden death may occur anywhere – a home, car, or public space. Call for death cleanup services as soon as possible to restore your property.

Crime Scene Clean Up

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Crime scene clean up requires specialized procedures to protect the evidence and avoid cross-contamination.

Homicide Cleanup

Biohazard Cleanup Services
RestorationMaster certified contractors approach each homicide situation with a sense of professionalism and compassion.

Suicide Clean Up

Suicide scenes may present unexpected cleanup challenges and must be handled properly and with empathy.

Biohazard Cleanup

Your local technicians are trained and certified to provide professional biohazard cleanup services in any scenarios.

Trauma Cleanup

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RestorationMaster contractors provide effective trauma clean up and help those that were affected by the event begin their recovery.

Hoarding Cleanup

RestorationMaster licensed and experienced contractors effectively clean, deodorize, and disinfect hoarders’ homes.

When dealing with biohazard, traumatic, or crime scene cleanup, it’s important to know that the restoration process is being handled in compliance with all government, environmental and health regulations. RestorationMaster contractors do this in the safest way possible for you, your property, and everyone living or working on your property. They are trained and prepared both mentally and physically to handle these situations in a way that doesn’t impact you, your family, or our team.

Why Choose RestorationMaster Contractors

We Work with Insurance

RestorationMaster cleanup crews will get your bio hazard, hoarding, or crime scene cleanups done quickly and professionally, and will help you navigate the insurance claims process. Your local biohazard clean up company will restore your peace of mind after a tragic event like suicide or hoarding happens to your property.

Frequently Asked Questions

A biohazard is a material or substance that threatens the health of people and other living creatures. A few examples include toxic chemicals, medical waste, and other materials you expect to find in a laboratory. However, there are many situations in everyday life where you may encounter a biohazard. Potential biohazards should always be avoided, but if a trauma scene occurs on your property, do not attempt to clean it up yourself. Instead, call a professional to safely and properly remove the biohazard from your property. Learn more

Following a violent crime, chemical spill or accident, the full area must be disinfected and cleaned up as quickly as possible to prevent any damage from spreading and to protect the health of all affected parties. But when searching for cleanup companies, you might actually find that there are two different cleaning companies available: hazmat cleaning and biohazard cleaning. While the two are similar in that they deal with dangerous materials, the necessary service will depend on the material present and specific accident. Learn more

Biohazard cleanup is necessary any time hazardous materials must be cleaned up. Bodily fluids, like blood, or chemicals teem with pathogens and can be dangerous to human health. Cleanup takes expertise, which is why biohazard cleanup costs can be high. Here is a breakdown of costs.

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