Dealing with blood can be very dangerous. If blood spills on a surface, it is necessary that the right cleanup procedure is followed to prevent coming in contact with harmful bloodborne pathogens. Learn More.
Crime Scene Clean Up Blog
Crime scene cleanup is one of those jobs that you may not hear about a whole lot, but if you do the idea definitely has your attention. Needless to say working for a crime scene cleanup company is always a conversation starter with those that we meet and ask about our profession. While it may not be as “exciting” as police work and crime investigation it is needless to say an interesting job. At times it can be disheartening and at other somewhat interesting. Just about anything tragic or unsettling to the stomach that police officers and sometimes even medical examiners get to see on a daily basis can also be found running across our path. There is a lot of blood cleanup involved, and sometimes thing get even messier than that, so it’s not a job for the squeamish. Read Full Post
There is a time and a place for a bucket of bleach and a mop… but not every mishap can be solved in that way. For all the other times you need successful sanitation and cleanup services – secure a company that offers nationwide services, for all US states, with over 20 years of experience and a name you can trust in a time when you need it most. Read Full Post
Blood is an amazing bodily fluid that helps keep all living organisms alive. Your blood flow helps transport oxygen, antibodies and nutrients throughout your body, while getting rid of metabolic waste at the same time. Read Full Post
There are few things more upsetting and painful than a suicide in a family. Loved ones are left behind to process the tragic loss and to contemplate whether they could have intervened in some way to help their family member. Suicide is marked with excruciating pain for all involved. Read Full Post
Suicide is a tragic way to lose a friend or family member and it leaves loved ones hurt and with significant emotional pain. It is currently the 10th leading cause of death for Americans (according to the CDC), with one occurring about every twelve minutes. Read Full Post