Biohazard Cleaning – After the Crime Scene Investigation

BioHazard Cleaning Services Petaluma, CA

In the immediate aftermath of a crime, people often see first responders arriving at the scene to investigate what’s going on, but what happens after they leave the scene? As a second responder to crime scenes, RestoreX’s Cleaning Services understands exactly how to deal with the next steps professionally. We will take the time to walk you through the difficult process of cleaning up the crime scene.

A police officer does not have a responsibility to clean up blood, bodily fluids, or any other body parts or tissues left behind after a tragedy has occurred in your home or business. The biohazard cleanup service, like RestoreX, will clean up everything that the law enforcement forces may have left behind.

It is commonly assumed that the police who investigate the scene will also take care of cleaning up after the investigation. Unfortunately, this is not the case, and RestoreX Cleaning Services will assist you with this. It is our job to be a specialist in crime scene cleanup after the investigation is complete while investigators are doing their jobs.

We understand that in such a difficult time it might be difficult for you to think calmly, but we want you to make sure that you and your family do not leave any remaining germs or bloodborne pathogens behind that could be harmful to you and your family members. As our professionally trained team cleans your home or business for you, we aim to relieve this stress for you so that you do not have to deal with it. At RestoreX, we are aware of how important it is to ensure the safety of all residents of the building or building.

Many people think they can effectively clean up a crime scene on their own, but it’s essential to hire a professional like RestoreX to do the job right. In many cases, people think, “I just need bleach”. Bleach is a very dangerous substance on its own, and while it may be useful in the cleaning process, it also carries its own risks for the health of the individual. Bleach will generate phosgene gas when it mixes with ammonia, one of the most common components of body fluids like urine and kidney fluids. There is a considerable risk of respiratory and cardiovascular failure occurring if you are exposed to phosgene gas for even a short period of time. This can lead to the death of an individual who is exposed to this gas for a short period of time.

The team at RestoreX hopes that you will never be in a position where you will be in need of these services, but in case you do, our services are always available to you, and our team knows how to handle a crime scene clean up service in a delicate and professional manner. In order to protect your safety, we urge you to let the police and law enforcement do their jobs, while we handle the rest.

When cleaning Homicides, Murders, and Suicide Scenes, RestoreX’s experts adhere to a strict set of safety rules in order to ensure that the scene is safe. Following the removal of blood and body fluids from the area, we can help you restore it to its original condition, making sure that any sentimental possessions you have that are important to you are properly handled. The process of cleaning the impacted area can be emotionally draining as well as dangerous if it is done incorrectly. Do not ever feel that you should be the one to do it yourself.