If you’ve had a homicide, suicide or other serious blood spill in your home, we know it’s an unbelievably painful experience for you. After the sirens fade, you’re the one left with the chaos, the pain and the mess. Besides blood and other body fluids, there may be damage to property, tear gas, fingerprint dust and chemicals. The investigation of crime scenes often yields cross-contamination from room to room. It may seem too overwhelming to even know where to start. That’s where we can help.
Our professional standards of conduct mean we have standardized practices which are built on meeting the most stringent state and local regulations regarding credentials, licensing, insurance and training.
It’s often startling for a family to see our technicians don full safety gear, including a respirator, before they enter a crime scene area or blood spill situation. Because of the nature of our job, OSHA regulations and our desire to protect our people who do this day in and day out, we treat every situation as if there is a heightened risk of disease or infection.
The moment we arrive, our teams are trained to use compassion, discretion and communication skills. They will take as much time as you need to understand the process, the costs and payment options. We will take pictures to help document the scene for you, and give you a written estimate.
Please let us help you – we will earn and keep your trust.