Experts in crime scene and biohazard cleanup. First Restoration Services has trauma scene bio-recovery technicians and National Institute of Decontamination Specialists on staff to handle any of your crime scene cleanup needs.
After the police have finished processing a crime or accident scene, the cleaning and restoration process can begin. Many times, crime and accident scenes have blood and other biohazard contaminants that pose a serious health risk. First Restoration Services professional technicians will respond immediately and have the specialized training, protective equipment, and experience to safely clean trauma and crime scenes.
Families dealing with suicide is a terrible time. Any death in a family is obviously not a great and very sad time. Making the situation even worse is that suicides typically have a big mess that needs cleaning. That’s because 51% of all suicides are by firearms. Using a firearm for suicidal means there is typically body fluids, blood, brain matter, and more spread out in a big affected area. First Restoration Services understands the need for discretion during these times and we provide quick and thorough suicide cleaning with the family.
When you’re dealing with an unattended death there are often times where the body is not discovered for many weeks, or maybe months. A decomposing body can be one of the messiest scenes you will ever see and smell. The decomposing body will begin to lose it’s fluids and will start saturating the floorboards and room the body is located in. When dealing with an unattended death it not uncommon for there to be building material removal such as flooring in order to properly clean the affected room.
OSHA & EPA have strict guidelines in the removal and disposal of the biohazard materials. When searching for crime scene, suicide cleaning or industrial biohazard cleanup make sure the company you hire is certified in the contamination removal process. First Restoration Services is trained in the unique challenges of workplace biohazard remediation.