Crime Scene Cleanup
When a crime occurs, typically the scene is examined by police and their technicians and then it is released to the family of the victim or the owner of the site where the crime occurred with the responsibility of cleaning it up. This scene can be unpleasant and in some cases due to biological hazards can also be dangerous.
Crime Scene Cleaners will clean and restore the area where the crime occurred to as close to its original condition as possible. Our technicians use special equipment to get the job done including personal protective clothing, biohazard containers and commercial solvents designed to clean a wide variety of surfaces. We also use high strength Ozone Air Purification to assist with odour and sterilisation.
Blood can be transferred to people by injection, inhalation, ingestion or absorbtion. Blood can transfer to another via skin or eye contact, such as a splash when scrubbing or cleaning.
The aftermath of a self inflicted death or homicide can be distubing and leave scenes that can cause additional emotional trauma. Cleaning these scenes is best left to trained professionals who are not personally involved with the family.