There’s nothing that can prepare you for finding a trauma scene at your home or business. It’s tempting to begin cleaning up right away and removing the upsetting sights, but that’s the worst thing you can do. Trauma scenes are often crime scenes, and disturbing anything can jeopardize the investigation. Biohazards like tissue, blood and other bodily fluids can spread disease and infection without proper handling and protective gear, and they can’t be thrown away in regular trash. The professionals at ServiceMaster 24 Hour provide comprehensive trauma scene and biohazard cleaning services for residential and commercial clients in Clearwater, FL.
Commercially available cleaning products and equipment can’t remove all biohazard materials, and most people wouldn’t think of the importance of sanitizing the area. The average household doesn’t have protective equipment to wear during cleanup, and just the thought of doing it may be more than many people can bear. That’s why it’s so important to call a professional cleanup company like ServiceMaster 24 Hour. We have the equipment, products and training to safely and effectively remove all traces of biohazards, and clean and sanitize trauma scenes in Clearwater, FL so it’s safe for human occupancy. We work in full cooperation with law enforcement and complete the project as quickly and discreetly as possible. All biohazard materials are loaded into approved containers for transportation to a licensed facility for legal disposal.
At ServiceMaster 24 Hour, we remember that these projects are different from other restoration jobs, and treat our clients with compassion. If necessary, we can connect friends and family with trained professional counselors who can help them come to terms with the event.
If you encounter a trauma scene at your home or business in Clearwater, FL, leave the area immediately and call law enforcement. After the area has been secured, call ServiceMaster 24 Hour day or night, 7 days a week, at (727) 228-7282. This would be an excellent task to delegate to someone who asks, “what can I do for you?” We arrive quickly to begin the physical restoration process while you take care of things that only you can manage.