Bio-Hazard Cleanup Company

If your property has been the scene of trauma, biohazards or a crime scene, you may not know how to proceed. If your home becomes involved with a crisis, crime scene or suicide, resolving the scene can be daunting. To respond to these events, the restoration group needs sensitivity, training and skills. Calling on professionals is wise because the remains left behind are hard to look at and can also spread further disease. The Paul Davis Recovery Services have the education and skills to know how to handle these delicate situations properly and considerately.

Our Bio-hazard Cleanup Services include:

  • Neglected remains
  • Homicide or Suicide Treatment
  • Crime Scene Sanitation
  • Trauma Scene Sanitation
  • Hazardous Waste Removal Services
  • Industrial or Home Accidents
  • Animal Remains or Waste
  • Hoarding Remains
  • Forensic Investigation Chemicals

Additional Biohazard Scenes

Trauma scenarios are hard to handle, but these aren’t the only biohazards the Paul Davis team can take care of. The Paul Davis sanitation specialists can also rid your space of any sewage spills, in addition to dangerous meth lab scenes. Both of these scenarios require extreme care and professionalism. In either situation, poisons are prominent enough to cause serious health hazards if you aren’t qualified. The Eden team uses their extensive skills to remove any hazard they are called for. In these moments, don’t attempt to clean the messes on your own sewage or drug lab scenes.

The Paul Davis Difference

Specialists trained by Paul Davis are ready to answer to these dangerous scenes. Our decontamination is operated by qualified recovery specialists who adhere to firm industry practices. Our staff has been educated in specialized processes from Paul Davis, through our Trauma/Bio-Recovery certification training, or National Institute of Decontamination Specialists (NIDS) to finish the decontamination work scientifically with cutting edge procedures and equipment. Our professionals follow all government and industry requirements.

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