Reasons to Hire a Blood Cleanup Service
Dealing with situations that involves a blood spill or cleanup, bio hazardous, or infectious materials is an extremely dangerous and sensitive time. Cleaning up any sized blood spill by an unprotected person could expose family or friends to blood borne pathogens or other life threating diseases such as Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, MRSA, HIV, or AIDS to name a few. Many of these blood borne diseases have been known to live in blood, even if it is dry, up to 21 days outside the host. For these reasons, you need to call Crime Scene Cleaners of Fort Worth to perform cleanup of this nature.
Blood spills becomes a potential hazard when it is wet, rehydrated, or atomized such as when one scrapes or scrubs in cleaning or removing blood. We are trained and protected to perform this task. We use hospital grade disinfectant, specialized equipment, and targeted cleaning solutions that are non-toxic and safe to the environment. Crime Scene Cleaners of Fort Worth takes your safety very serious and we decontaminate, then clean and sanitize your home, vehicle, business, or property.
Many times situations that involve blood cleanups, such as suicides cleanups, homicide cleanups, accidents, falls, or even a simple mishap can bring some emotional stress. It is this type of mental trauma that doing the blood cleanup will only compound the mental suffering and anguish. Allow the trained professionals at Crime Scene Cleaners of Fort Worth perform these duties and remove yourself from the daunting task and focus on yourself and family. Many people are not fond of the thoughts of cleaning up blood, so when the need occurs, call 817-223-0016 and Warren and the team will respond quickly and respectfully to meet and exceed your expectations. In addition to handling the blood cleanup, we will also assist you with filing any insurance claims necessary to handle the cleanup and restore the home or property back to its condition before the incident. Many times we are able to get the work completed with no out of pocket expenses.