Suicide & Crime Scene Cleanup FAQ
Common Questions about Suicide and Crime Scene Cleanup
Suicide cleanup can be a challenge for the average person. It can be emotionally overwhelming, and most people are not equipped with the protective gear and knowledge to do the job correctly.
If you are faced with cleaning up a crime scene, suicide, car wreck, industrial accident, hoarding situation, or death scene, hiring professional biohazard cleaners assures the removal of all traces of biohazards and provides effective property remediation. Sterile Pros offers expert crime scene remediation in Southern California, Arizona, and Nevada.
Refer to the following FAQ to learn more.
Will my home owners insurance cover the cost?
Yes. All home owners insurance cover any trauma/ biohazard that has happened in the home. Additionally, it is against the law for them to raise their rates after filing one of these claims.
How long does the cleanup process take?
Do I need to hire a company that also does fire, smoke and mold damage?
Can I handle the cleanup myself?
How can I verify that companies are trained and certified in the disposal of biohazardous material? Are there documents I need to ask for?
Can you get rid of the smell and ensure no lingering odor?
How much do your services cost?
Why aren’t there any photos of your work?
In the line of work we do, most of our clients are dealing with a very personal and private situation. Therefore, we do not display any photos of the scene or the end result. We will also be sure to keep your situation as discreet as possible. We have strict confidentiality agreement with all customers.