Trauma & Crime Scene Cleaning Service
PHC Restoration has the experience necessary to safely handle any trauma cleanup or crime scene cleaning. If an accident, unattended death, violent crime or other traumatic event has occurred in your home or place of business, PHC Restoration can provide comprehensive cleaning and restoration services.
Trauma & Crime Scene Cleaning Process
When you call PHC Restoration for Trauma & Crime Scene cleaning services, our process begins with a hazard assessment of your property. Our experienced, trained, and certified technicians will then devise a work plan to prevent cross-contamination as cleaning and remediation take place.
Following the ANSI/IICRC S540 Standard for Trauma and Crime Scene Cleanup, we will contain and clean up blood and other potentially infectious materials or bodily fluids. After removing all biohazard materials, we begin remediation and decontamination by further cleaning and then disinfecting the affected areas of your home or business to remove any potential pathogens. In the event that there is an odor from the event, we will deodorize the area as well. Leveraging 50 years of experience, our cleaning process ensures that there will be no further damage to your home or business.
Trauma & Crime Scene Restoration Services
As an experienced and comprehensive restoration company, we guarantee absolute attention to every detail to your home and belongings during the trauma and crime scene cleaning process. PHC’s restoration professionals can safely clean hardwood furniture and some sentimental items that have been affected by the event. Items that are not able to be cleaned will be removed and disposed of appropriately.
Caring Trauma Cleanup Professionals
PHC Restoration believes that there is a need for compassion, professionalism, and discretion when our clients hire us for their trauma and crime scene services. Our seasoned team is sensitive to our clients’ situation. We understand the needs and emotions that come along with this experience. So, when the trauma and crime scene cleanup process occurs, we work quickly and thoroughly to address all health and safety concerns associated with the event. It is our goal to return your home or business to a safe and livable condition quickly.
Local Trauma & Crime Scene Cleaning Services
PHC Restoration is the most trusted name in the restoration industry in North Carolina’s Triangle area. We proudly offer Trauma and Crime Scene Cleanup in Raleigh, Lillington, Apex, Cary, Sanford and beyond. If your home or business needs trauma or crime scene cleanup, call PHC Restoration.
Trauma and Crime Scene Cleaning FAQs
When would i need to use your trauma cleaning services?
Trauma cleaning services may be required on crime scenes involving gunshot wounds, or after unattended deaths are discovered. Trauma cleaning also addresses infectious disease, which includes bacteria such as c difficile (c diff).
Why is proper disinfection for trauma cleaning so important?
What is involved in the trauma cleanup process?
The trauma cleanup process begins with a hazard assessment, then a work plan is created to prevent cross-contamination. Following the ANSI/IICRC S540 Standard for Trauma and Crime Scene Cleanup, we will contain and clean up blood and other potentially infectious materials or bodily fluids. After removing all biohazard materials, we begin remediation and decontamination by further cleaning and then disinfecting the affected areas of your home or business to remove any potential pathogens. In the event that there is an odor from the event, we will deodorize the area as well.
Will my homeowners insurance cover trauma cleaning?
It depends. Some events may be covered in your policy. Check with your insurance agent for more information.
What is the typical response time for trauma cleaning?
Response time depends on the situation. Crime scenese must first be released by local authorities, which can take some time. For all other trauma cleaning needs, same day reponse is available.
Why should i choose PHC Restoration for trauma cleaning services?
It’s important to choose a trauma cleaning company that’s certified in trauma and crime scene cleaning. PHC Restoration employs technicians who are certified in both Trauma and Crime Scene Cleaning and Health and Safety, which protects not only our technicans, but the customer as well.
What laws affect biohazard remediation? Do you follow them?
OSHA regulations dictate how our workers must be protected during remediation. Bloodborne pathogen and respiratory protection traning is conductedd with our technicians. Proper PPE is utilized on site to ensure safety is the top priority. Also, for biohazard remediation there are rules regarding transport and disposal of materials. Special disposal bags or boxes are used for waste, and the waste is then transported to designated facilities.
What does a trauma cleaning professional do?
They respond after events such as accidents, unattended deaths, violent crimes, and suicides to devise a plan to safely remove bodily fluids, blood, and other potentially infectious materials from the property. These professionals exist because trauma and crime scene cleaning is not something a property owner should attempt on their own. In addition to the health and safety risks involved, the untrained person faces emotional and mental health risks associated with trauma and crime scene cleanup.
PHC Restoration was a saving grace in a tough and stressful time. While away from home PHC handled an unexpected incident with timeliness, professionalism and most importantly – care. I really felt like my interest was their upmost priority. Would recommend to a friend.
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