Trauma and Crime Scene Cleanup
What happens to the mess after the police leave a crime scene? That's generally left up to the property owner, but these incidents often leave behind blood and other bodily fluids that can pose health threats if not disposed of properly. SERVPRO of Alexander & Caldwell Counties is trained and certified to clean up crime or accident scenes. Our team is diligent and uses proper cleanup and disposal methods as outlined by OSHA and EPA protocols.
SERVPRO of Alexander & Caldwell Counties also understands that these incidents can be emotional for those involved. That's why our technicians are trained to offer the best customer service in the Lenoir and Taylorsville communities.
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Our technicians follow OSHA and EPA protocols to help transform an unsafe environment back into a clean, safe home or business. Our first focus is always safety, since crime or accident scenes may involve bloodborne pathogens, harmful chemicals, and other dangers. We will always treat your property and the people involved with the greatest empathy and respect in the face of trying circumstances.
Crime Scene and Trauma Cleaning Services
- Fingerprint powder and evidence-gathering chemicals
- Tear gas and pepper spray residues
- Fire extinguisher residue
- Blood, bodily fluids, and tissue remnants
Common Trauma and Crime Scene Scenarios
Crime Scene Residues
From fingerprint powder and evidence-gathering chemicals to tear gas and pepper spray residues, we can clean and restore your property after a crime scene investigation.
We remove and dispose of bodily fluids, tissue and other potentially pathogenic substances resulting from accident, trauma, crime or death. Our trained Professionals clean, disinfect and deodorize the structure.
Many of the chemicals used in the production of illegal drugs such as methamphetamine are volatile and can leave harmful residues throughout a structure. Our technicians follow federal and state guidelines to properly clean all surfaces.