Albuquerque Crime Scene Cleanup specialists are trained to deal with any inherent dangers that may be present at a suicide scene in Albuquerque. Our crew will work fast to restore your property to it original state, removing any bodily fluids and odors at the scene.
Albuquerque Crime Scene Cleanup is the leader in crime and suicide scene restoration and have earned a strong reputation with insurance agencies, business owners, real estate and property owners for our fast and friendly services. We accept homeowners insurance.
Sometimes accidents can happen at home or at work. We clean up after blood and other bodily fluids left behind by an accident or death. Our company trucks are unmarked. We accept commercial insurance and can set up payment plans. We answer our phones 24/7.
WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR CLEANING UP A CRIME SCENE?
Usually, the police will tell the family that they are responsible for hiring a crime and suicide cleanup company. They do not provide services for cleaning death scenes. When a person dies outside of a hospital, the police usually investigates a person’s death. This ensures that no foul play has taken place.
Albuquerque Crime Scene Cleanup Services:
If a person loses their life to homicide or through a terrible accident, then chances are that individual has left behind some type of bodily fluid or debris that must be cleaned up and the property sanitized. When this happens a family must call in the services of a crime scene cleanup company. Albuquerque Crime Scene Cleanup will not only help to restore an environment; they will also help people to move on with their lives despite the loss they have just experienced.
AIDS and other deadly diseases you need to be aware of.
When cleaning a crime or suicide scene, the individual cleaning should be aware of the diseases that may be present in blood and bodily fluids. Some infectious diseases can be contagious, which means that the sick individual can get others sick from their contaminated blood. The pathogen can get from one organism to another so be careful when dealing with blood and bodily fluids. You must be prepared with the correct PPE when cleaning up a suicide or trauma scene. Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is very contagious and needs to be dealt with by an experienced cleanup technician that is certified to clean and disinfect the scene.