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Biohazard, Trauma, Crime Scene Cleaning, Gilbert, AZ

(480) 781 4836

While the odds may be low, it is possible to experience a violent crime, an accident, or trauma within your property which can create biohazard waste. It is important to call emergency first responders when these situations occur, but you will also need to get in touch with a professional that can safely clean biohazard materials.

At RestorationMaster, we provide trauma and crime scene cleaning  in the aftermath of an accidental death, traumatic injury, or another type of biohazard situation in Gilbert, AZ. Our technicians are highly trained and experienced in handling biohazard cleaning and can safely restore and clean up your property with great care.

We work with law enforcement and emergency services to ensure we do not contaminate the crime scene or get in the way of the EMTs. Our technicians will oversee the clean-up of biohazard materials that may include dangerous materials such as blood and bodily tissue. For professional cleanup of biohazard materials in Gilbert, AZ call RestorationMaster at (480) 781- 4836 today.

What is Biohazard Waste?

Biohazard waste is a substance or material that may be a threat to mankind, and it includes chemicals, blood, bodily fluids etc. Our technicians at RestorationMaster specialize in the clean-up of this type of waste:

  • Crime Scene Cleanup
  • Trauma Scene Cleanup
  • Hoarding Cleanup
  • Flood Waste Cleanup
  • Medical Waste Cleanup
  • Industrial Accident Cleanup, etc.

How Biohazard Cleaning Professionals Help?

Trauma scenes usually include biological materials such as blood, bodily fluids, and even human remains. These materials may include viruses, bacteria or pathogens that can be harmful for humans.

You can rest assured that our technicians will react quickly to your biohazard scene situations. We will arrive fully equipped in PPC suits, gloves, and respiratory masks to minimize exposure and remediate the area safely. We are the most concerned with your safety and will make sure that the biohazard materials are handled and disposed of in the appropriate manner while preventing the spread of infection or disease. Our technicians make sure to dispose these materials at licensed disposal facilities.

Our Process of Crime Scene Cleaning in Gilbert, AZ

We provide a full range of cleaning, decontamination, and sanitization services to home and business owners in Gilbert, AZ, and the surrounding areas. You can expect the following with our trauma and crime scene cleaning services:

  • We will remove and dispose any biohazard materials.
  • Your property will be full decontaminated and sanitized.
  • We will remove all odors from your property.
  • Throughout the restoration we will do continuous monitoring.
  • We will help you work with your insurance.
  • We will restore the affected areas.
  • You can expect quality professional work while we recover your property.

Trauma Scene Cleaning: Do’s and Don’ts:

  • Do not enter the affected area.
  • Do not attempt to clean anything by yourself.
  • Do explain the situation to the crime scene cleanup experts.
  • Do document everything.
  • Do wear masks when near to the affected area.

Contact Crime Scene Cleanup Experts in Gilbert, AZ

You can rest assured that our professionals will handle the job with the utmost professionalism. We will clean and restore your property after a biohazard situation such as an accident, traumatic injury, or suicide. Make sure to call RestorationMaster right away at (480) 781- 4836 for biohazard cleaning and crime scene cleaning in Gilbert, AZ. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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