Want Crime Scene Cleanup in Baltimore, Frederick, or Anne Arundel Counties?

Call today to learn about National Crime Scene Cleanup Maryland services. All counties including Carroll, Harford, Howard, Cecil, and other local towns.

Professional cleanup technicians dispatched to your location.
24/7 cleanup crews, technicians & friendly service.

Cleaning services start at $999 per day. Conditions apply. Speak to specialist to learn more.

Want Crime Scene Cleanup in Baltimore, Frederick, or Anne Arundel Counties?

Call today to learn about National Crime Scene Cleanup Maryland services. All counties including Carroll, Harford, Howard, Cecil, and other local towns.

Baltimore Harbor National Crime Scene Cleanup

Professional crime scene cleaners dispatched to your location.
24/7 cleanup crews, technicians & friendly service.

Starting at $999/per day

Crime Scene Cleanup Case Study in Baltimore, MD

Crime Scene Cleanup BalitmoreIn the spring of 2009, when a crime occurred in the home of Baltimore, Maryland residents Martha and Fred, investigators recommended that they hire a professional crime scene cleaner. The homeowners were a senior couple who were looking into selling their home and moving into a retirement community, so they wanted to make sure that the home was safe to put on the market after the crime. Of course, no one expects such a crime to happen in their homes, but luckily, Martha and Fred called National Crime Scene Cleanup, who was able to quickly schedule a cleanup for their home.

When National Crime Scene Cleanup technicians arrived, Martha and Fred decided to spend a few hours at the National Aquarium in the Inner Harbor area of Baltimore. After a nice afternoon, they were able to return to a perfectly restored home. Martha and Fred were relieved and impressed at how quick the whole process was and was very satisfied with the work that NCSC’s technicians did. There was no evidence left of the crime committed, and the house was safe to occupy again. Soon afterward, they were successful in selling their property and moving to a retirement community.

The homeowners were definitely shaken up by the crime that was committed in their home, so they were worried that hiring a professional cleanup service would just add to their stress, but thankfully, NCSC’s professional team handled the case discretely and with sensitivity to the owners’ needs. Fred and Martha felt confident that if they ever needed services in the future, National Crime Scene Cleanup would be able to provide expertise in not only crime scene cleanup, but also biohazard removal, mold/water damage removal, and accident cleanups. They were happy to recommend NCSC’s convenient national locations to friends and family.

Additional Help Resources

Here is a variety of human resource functions within the entire State of Maryland.

Baltimore Office
Phone: 410-234-9885
Fax: 410-234-9886

218 E. Lexington Street, Suite 401
Baltimore, MD 21202

 

SURVIVOR NETWORK | (301) 952-0063

 

Maryland Organizations:

 

Online access: https://www.mdcrimevictims.org/victim-services/crisis-assistance/

 

Maryland State Funeral Homes

Wylie Funeral Homes
9200 Liberty Road
Randallstown, MD 21133
410-655-9200

701 N. Mount Street
Baltimore, MD 21217
410-462-4070

National Crime Scene Cleanup Maryland

National Crime Scene Cleanup Maryland provides immediate crime scene cleanup, unattended death, suicide cleanup and blood cleanup for Baltimore, Frederick, Anne Arundel, Montgomery, Frederick, Prince George’s and surrounding counties, 24 hours a day.

Maryland Visitor Website: http://www.visitmaryland.org/

We provide crime scene cleanup, unattended death, suicide cleanup, and blood cleanup for all Maryland municipalities.  Here are a few:  Allegany County, Garrett County, Washington County, Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, Calvert County, Saint Mary’s County, Cecil County, Baltimore City, Howard County, and Talbot County.    

In addition, National Crime Scene Cleanup services all of Washington DC as well.  Just added recently are the areas of Caroline, Kent, Queen Anne’s, Somerset, Wicomico, and Dorchester.

A few things about the State of Maryland that out of town folks might not know.  King Williams School opened in 1696 it was the first school in the United States.  Maryland is famous for great seafood, especially crabs.

You’ll find that on Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay, vendors sell almost as many crab cakes as hot dogs and hamburgers combined. Maryland’s Mount Clare Station, built in Baltimore in 1830, was the first railroad station in the United States.

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