Crime Scene Clean Up® provides efficient and compassionate homicide cleanup services for homes, cars and businesses. We are often the second call to the crime scene, after law enforcement or first responders. After the initial shock wears off, most survivors or property owners don’t know where to turn. Should you find yourself in this situation, contact our team of experienced crime scene cleaners for discreet homicide cleanup.
It’s not the responsibility of law enforcement or the city to clean up after murders or other deaths, crimes, etc. That is where professional crime scene cleaners like CSCU come in. It’s recommended to hire a professional crime scene cleaner to help restore the property to its pre-tragedy state through complete removal and disinfection of all blood and bodily fluids.
When a homicide occurs, the area should be cleaned and disinfected professionally. Any blood or bodily fluids may contain bloodborne pathogens that can continue to spread fetid odors and disease. For their own safety and for minimizing any cross-contamination risk to the home or business, our homicide cleanup teams follow OSHA regulations and wear full safety gear, including full face mask and respirator and fully encapsulating protective suits. Our homicide cleanup crews are trained and experienced in using our proprietary cleaning, disinfecting and deodorizing chemicals, as well strict process and procedures that prevent cross-contamination.
Homicide cleanup can be a complicated task. Besides blood and other body fluids, there may be damage to property, tear gas contamination, as well as fingerprint dust and other chemicals left behind by law enforcement or crime scene investigators.
For example, tear gas can seep into wallboards and furniture, and give off toxic fumes that cause lung damage. Sticky fingerprinting dust can also work its way into your carpets and furniture. These substances may stain or leave a residue very difficult to remove. The task of cleaning up all these potentially toxic chemicals is best left to highly trained homicide cleanup technicians, who can safely and knowledgeably restore your home or office building.
The property owner is responsible for the cost of homicide cleanup; however, in most circumstances residential homeowners insurance does cover crime scene cleanup services. Every loss is unique and one of our dedicated insurance specialists can guide you through the claims process, including providing emergency claim-setting assistance. If you do not have insurance, we have a number of payment options, zero interest payment plans, and financial assistance programs.
CSCU can help. We have a variety of assistance programs to make professional cleaning feasible.
Homicide cleanup may seem overwhelming, but Crime Scene Clean Up professionals are here to help. Once you contact CSCU, we respond quickly, within hours, using unmarked vehicles if requested. We will also provide a written proposal and take the time to answer all of your questions about the homicide cleanup process. If you choose our professional recommendation, we will provide you a Certificate of Treatment for official documentation or future home sale.
We provide rapid emergency response 24/7/365. With 35 regional offices and more than 45 mobile units strategically located around the U.S., we can respond to most situations within 2 to 4 hours.
Due to the high exposure risk to bloodborne pathogens, homicide cleanup is a specialty service that requires proper training, equipment, certification, and licensing. Our team is committed to quickly and safely cleaning your home or business to set you on the path to healing. Contact CSCU today for immediate assistance.