Crime Scene Clean-Up® provides crime scene cleanup, decontamination, and biohazard cleaning services to homes and businesses after homicides, suicides, assaults or accidents. Our dedication to excellence has made us the first choice within the industry and we will continue to assist those in need for many years to come.
If you have experienced a trauma and are overwhelmed with what to do next, we can help you quickly get back on track by cleaning the affected area of any dangerous or disturbing bodily fluids. We understand how difficult and confusing things are at a time like this, which is why we communicate with you and guide you through the process every step of the way.
Once first responders leave, professional crime scene cleaners are often brought in to remediate the traumatic situation. CSCU’s crime scene cleanup technicians follow a meticulous process of containment, cleaning and disinfection, using proprietary cleaning agents, to clean up the affected area, home, or business. After cleaning the scene, the crew packages and removes all biohazard waste, following federal, state, and local compliance and regulations.
It is critical that the affected area not only be remediated for blood and bodily fluid, but also residue left behind from first responders, like luminol spray, as the investigative chemicals can be harmful to occupants.
Our skilled crime scene cleanup technicians have been rigorously trained in how to approach a crime scene, including avoiding cross contamination. They are also trained to notify first responders if additional evidence is discovered. CSCU has earned the confidence of first responders including police officers, coroners, and medical examiners, as well as funeral homes, victim’s advocates and other professionals who understand that our goal is to treat families in need of our services with respect, integrity and compassion.
From the initial call to when we leave site, families will have a team of specialists working for and with them to ensure that they are taken care of. CSCU is the first step the healing process.
While crime scene investigators (CSI) and crime scene cleaners both work long and unpredictable hours, their duties are vastly different. CSI are highly skilled at collecting evidence from the scene of murders, robberies, sexual assaults, and other crimes. They also have several equally important tasks: reconstruct the crime, identify the person who did it, preserve the evidence for detailed analysis and collect it in a way that will hold up in court. Often CSI utilize fingerprint powder and luminol spray (to detect the presence of blood). A considerable amount of time is spent combing through crime scenes and it can be tedious collecting and processing physical evidence.
However, crime scene investigators cannot help a family or business cleanup their home or property. That task is left to crime scene cleaners. CSCU has trained and experienced cleaners to help families in communities after CSI leaves. Contact us to see how we can help you return your home to a safe and habitable condition.