Advanced Cleaning

Cleaning crews also have access to supplies that most people don’t. Crews use hazmat suits, breathing masks with HEPA filters and chemical proof boots as needed. They also have hard to get bio-hazard permits to remove and transport bloodstained items. They are also trained in how to best handle anything left behind by the investigators.

Crime scene cleanup does not always mean cleaning up after a death. Many people have had injuries that end up with a lot of bloodshed. A proper clean up makes sure that any smell or risk from bodily fluid is completely removed.

The importance returning a home to normal after a death cannot be overstated. Family and friends may be overwhelmed trying to undertake suicide cleanup or a murder cleanup themselves. It’s a very personal and painful event. Having someone else handle the task removes some of the pain and trauma.

Many of the CTS decontamination experts have backgrounds in the medical field that teach them how to safely handle body matter. Others have a background in construction. This is helpful when a scene requires removal of building materials. They all work together to help erase all traces of the tragedy. In a small way, they help start the healing process.

Services Provides:

  • Crime scene cleanup
  • Failed fridge and freezer cleaning or removal
  • Suicide cleaning services
  • Unattended deaths
  • Human decomposition odor removed
  • Meth lab cleanup services
  • Tear gas remediation
  • Blood and bodily fluids
  • Dead animal removal
  • Urine and fecal matter
  • Natural death
  • Shootings
  • Hangings
  • Human flesh
  • Rats and other rodents
  • Graffiti removed
  • Vehicle decontamination
  • Jail cells and prison units
  • Police cruises cleaned up
  • Mass shootings
  • Deadly diseases
  • Rat urine and feces
  • Clostridium difficile infection (C-DIFF)
  • Mold and mildew remediation
  • Fire restoration
  • Water damage
  • Flood remediation
  • Hoarding cleanup
  • Filthy homes cleaned out
  • Scrap and old cars removed