Crime Scene Cleanup

National Crime Scene Cleanup is a company devoted to cleaning up homicide, murder, suicide, trauma, death and accident scenes across the nation in all 50 U.S. states. Our certified biohazard cleanup technicians are dedicated to helping people and communities recover from a loss. We have been serving homeowners, business owners, and the American public and offer discretion as well as compassion with each and every decontamination job we complete. Let us focus on the safety of the environment where a crime or accident took place, so you can focus on what matters most to you in this difficult time.

Professional Crime Scene Clean Up

Another important process that one encounters after a loss may be just as painful as the grieving process, the cleaning process. Unfortunately, after the sirens fade into the distance, the police, EMT, forensics team, investigator, and crowd leave there is a painful mess left to the family, friends, owners, and victims of this tragedy to clean. National Crime Scene Cleanup is a company that can ease the burdens that a crime or accident has left to you. Our crime scene cleaners have seen many realities of violence because many of them are or have been EMTs, firefighters, military personnel, police officers and now offer their services to help families and communities in need. We offer our services to help you the only way we know how, by cleaning, sanitizing and restoring the environment in residential and commercial properties.

Remediation, Restoration, Sanitization & Decontamination Services

There is a critical need for proper sanitation of scenes that have spilled blood, tissue or body fluid…all of the above can pose serious health threats when in direct contact with a surface that was exposed but not completely sanitized. Health hazards include but are not limited to bloodborne pathogens, harmful bacteria, viruses, and diseases. Our team of biohazard cleanup members has completed multiple training courses, have successfully restored many environments and are equipped with the best safety gear to ensure they don’t have to worry about their risks and focus on eliminating yours.

It’s hard to even imagine cleaning up what remains of a loved one after they were taken from you. But unfortunately, that thought has to cross the mind of people dealing with tragedy. Some time or another they have to make the choice: clean up the trauma themselves or hire someone else to do so. No one steps involuntarily, except for professionals like us. We don’t want to see prolonged suffering. It hurts to see people hurting or straining themselves to get through this difficult time but you don’t have to do it alone.

Insurance Covered Crime Scene Clean up

The risks of a crime scene linger long after the accused is caught, or the investigation ends because the struggle, blood, and other haunting elements are still present. If you are not going to select someone else to clean up what has happened because you don’t think you can afford it, think again! Many homeowners and other insurance policies cover our biohazard cleanup services after a crime or trauma. We are more than willing to check with your individual policy before we even consider sending our crime scene cleaners out to the environment. If money is tight but not the deciding factor in your choice to hire us to restore your home, business or other property we also can help you seek to fund through specific State Crime Victim Reimbursement Programs, accept credit cards and can arrange payment plans that are realistic for you.

Don’t face the trauma alone, let the experts restore your property, so that no further harm comes from what has happened. We are here for you 24/7/365, always handle your case with confidentiality and can come to your aid quickly. Contact National Crime Scene Cleanup for crime, trauma or suicide cleanup help today at 1-844-255-2461.

Many of us have probably heard the term crime scene cleanup but very few have concrete knowledge about these professionals and what they do. Crime and investigation television shows may have been helpful to some extent but still, many are confused as to determining what their job description exactly covers. No worries, you are not alone.