When the worst happens, please call us. We are here to help. We offer death cleanup services simply because we care about you as a person. You’ve been through something traumatic, and we’d like to make sure you aren’t put through any additional trauma as a result.
When the unthinkable happens and you are faced with a situation that involves a crime, trauma, industrial accident, or tragedy such as homicide, suicide or an unattended death, focus on the legal matters at hand. Plan the arrangements to lay your loved one to rest. Allow us to cleanup the area where the death occurred. Allow us to mitigate any further damage by removing the painful reminders of the incident, restoring your home or property and taking one thing off your shoulders.
What to Expect
Our technicians at Bio Clean, Inc. know that there are many environmental issues that must be addressed when such a tragedy has happened. We will properly clean, disinfect, and sanitize to eliminate any unpleasant reminders of the incident and the possibility of trace pathogens.
When you hire BCI you’ll receive:
- The best the industry has to offer in service, professionalism, and ethics
- Highest quality performance for restoring your home or property
- 24 hour customer service to assist you with all your concerns
- Competitive pricing
We go above all regulations to provide you with the best possible solutions. The BCI staff is certified; we have the permits and equipment, and protection gear necessary to safely clean up any trauma or crime scene. When you hire us you’ll be freeing yourself from an additional emotional and overwhelming burden. BCI understands that death does not have a schedule so we are available to help you at any time day or night, seven days a week. After-hours and holiday services do not cost extra.
Unattended Death Cleanup
At Bio Clean, Inc., we have seen the effects of countless unattended deaths. Aside from the emotional toll it takes on loved ones, your home or property has also been damaged. In your situation, it’s hard to know what to do next. Contact us as soon as you can so we can begin cleaning up. The sooner you can allow us access to the property, the better.
The longer blood or other unpleasant reminders of the loss of your loved sits, the more damage it can cause to the home. It’s urgent that you contact professionals to handle the incident in order to prevent any added damage and to ensure that the unpleasant reminders have been removed and disposed of properly so that the home is ready for you when you’re ready to return.
BCI specializes in crime and trauma scene cleanup. Our technicians are experts in this area having undergone hours of specialized training with continuing education updates on an on-going regular basis. We comply with WISHA and OSHA and all other regulations when we clean up the site and dispose of any biohazardous materials. We use the highest quality equipment and sanitizers to decontaminate, deodorize, and restore. We also dispose of all biohazard materials at the medical waste facility to ensure proper disposal. In addition, our technicians demonstrate professionalism, compassion, and discretion when they are at the site.
Your information is kept completely confidential. We will not share your information with anyone outside of our team.
Homicide – Suicide
There aren’t words to describe the pain of losing a loved one for any reason. Often, losing a loved one in this manner is so unexpected, you find yourself in a situation where suddenly you have a long list of decisions to make.
We would like to help. If you need any cleanup assistance, please call us. We frequently work with individuals who have lost a loved one to a homicide or suicide, and our focus is to remove any unpleasant reminders of the event to prevent any further trauma.
If you’ve been through such a loss, please take a look at our resources for information on where to find a grief group. You’ll find individuals who have also lost a loved one and what could turn out to be a great support system. No one can quite understand your grief as well as someone else who has experienced something similar.
The worst has happened—an accident on your manufacturing line has left someone you know injured or worse. What do you do now? We would like to help you focus on what’s important during this difficult time. While you focus on helping the one injured, their family, and your employees, we will come in and remove any signs of the accident. Contact us any time, any day.