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Does SERVPRO Clean Crime Scenes in New Jersey?

12/8/2020 (Permalink)

crime scene tape blocking off a crime scene where blood cleanup and biohazard cleanup is needed SERVPRO provides crime scene cleanup services with compassion, empathy, and respect for all of those involved.

Yes, SERVPRO cleans crime scenes resulting from accidents, trauma, or the production of illegal drugs. You hope to never need these services for your New Jersey home or business, but both accidents and bad decisions happen.

Once the police, forensics teams and investigators have completed gathering evidence in your property, there is much that still needs to be done to return the space to pre-damage conditions. Depending on the event, there can be residues left behind that can pose a danger to you and others health, requiring professional biohazard cleanup services.

SERVPRO Crime Scene Cleanup in New Jersey

When you need biohazard cleaning services after a crime or traumatic event in your New Jersey property, the highly trained team at SERVPRO of Morristown will treat your property and those involved with compassion, empathy, and respect. We understand the whirlwind of emotions after discovering the death or accident of a friend or family member, as well as the stress of discovering a crime was committed.

Depending on the event, there may be the need for bodily fluid, tissue, or blood cleanup, as well as clean up of any chemical residues from investigators after an injured person is brought to the hospital or a body removed. In the case of suicide or unattended death, discovery of the scene may take days. This results in the need of extensive cleanup of bodily fluids from decay, as well as odor removal.

When you call SERVPRO of Morristown to clean, disinfect, and deodorize after a death or a crime, our professionals have the knowledge and skills needed to safely and effectively clean any crime scene. Our team follows all rules and regulations set forth by OSHA, the EPA, as well as any other federal and state guidelines for cleaning and disposal of bodily fluids.

How Does SERVPRO of Morristown Clean Crime Scenes?

While every crime scene or biohazard is unique and requires a specialized cleaning plan, there is a general framework our team follows to provide an optimal experience.

SERVPRO's Biohazard Cleanup Process:

  1. Assessment: Inspect and assess the affected area to create a cleaning & disinfection plan.
  2. Containment: Crews take steps to contain the area and maintain the safety of themselves and others during cleanup. This helps prevent the spread of any potentially pathogenic substances resulting from a death, crime, or traumatic event.
  3. Cleaning: Our team cleans and removes all visible traces of blood, feces, bodily fluids, or other biohazards from appropriate materials.
  4. Removal: Crews remove any affected porous materials and discard of them following proper health and safety regulations.
  5. Sanitizing & Deodorization: Once the area has been cleaned and contaminated materials removed, the area can be sanitized with EPA-rated disinfectants and any lingering odors removed.

The goal of SERVPRO's crime scene cleanup is to effectively clean and sanitize to not leave any harmful residues behind. We provide cleanup and recovery services for many biohazard situations. These include the following:

  • Sewage backups
  • Crime scene residues
  • Suicide/death accidents
  • Homicide cleanups
  • Blood cleanup
  • Accident cleanup
  • Hoarding scenes
  • Animal waste/remains
  • Chemical spills
  • Tear gas cleanup
  • Meth lab cleanup

We are proud to serve our local New Jersey communities when you need compassionate, expert cleanup after a crime or traumatic event - Call SERVPRO of Morristown 24/7, 365 days a year. We're Here to Help make any event "Like it never even happened." 

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