Crime Scene Cleanup Services | GeorgiaCleanIT
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- 1 Crime Scene Cleanup Services | GeorgiaCleanIT
- 1.1 Specialized for Crime Scene Cleanup in Georgia
- 1.2 How Soon Can A Crime Scene Be Cleaned
- 1.3 Compassionate Caring Professionals
- 1.4 We Help The Communities We Service in Georgia
- 1.5 Why You Need Professionals For Crime Scene Cleanup
- 1.6 Blogs
- 1.7 Looking for Crime Cleanup Crew in Georgia
- 1.8 Testimonials
Contact us to clean homes after there has been a major accident, suicide, homicide, or unattended death. With our licensed trauma cleanup technicians in Georgia, restoration can happen today.
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Specialized for Crime Scene Cleanup in Georgia
GeorgiaCleanIT and our licensed trauma cleanup technicians are proud to offer our 24-hour crime scene cleanup services in over 75 communities in Georgia. In the aftermath of a homicide or any death at a home, there is likely a biohazard left on the surfaces or furniture. These fluids and human remains pose health risks to other family members as well as structural damage to the home. GeorgiaCleanIt and our trauma cleanup technicians can help by safely removing the blood and other biohazards and sterilizing the property. We have been the leader in biohazard cleanup and restoration in Georgia for over 15 years and have helped clean hundreds of crime scenes and death scenes. Whether you are dealing with a homicide, suicide, or unattended death; our meticulous process for cleaning and restoring homes from hazards will help get your home back to a safe and sanitary condition.
How Soon Can A Crime Scene Be Cleaned
A crime scene can be cleaned the moment the law enforcement agency involved is done with their investigation at the property. Formally this happens when they remove the crime scene tape. However, we work closely with law enforcement throughout Georgia and are able to contact the investigators or detectives involved to get permission to clean when a customer calls us. If there is any delay in releasing the crime scene back to the family we will work closely with our contacts to try to get the home released back to the family so that our crime scene cleaners can begin the cleaning and restoration. In the end, it is up to the detectives involve to complete their investigation first. Although in our experience they try to be as cooperative with family members as possible, fully understanding that the longer the blood stays in the home the more damage it can cause.
Compassionate Caring Professionals
GeorgiaCleanIt is proud of our technicians and associates. We have helped hundreds of families repair their homes after a crime scene. In every situation, we take pride in our work, but we also take the trauma our customers have gone through very seriously. We are committed to those customers and provide you with a customer advocate the moment you call us. This allows you to not have to continue to repeat or relive the trauma of what happened. One person will help you from start to finish to help answer any questions or to schedule your home for biohazard cleaning and restoration.
We Help The Communities We Service in Georgia
We are committed to helping the communities we provide service in. If you are a law enforcement agency and need help with squad car cleaning or any other blood cleanup services, please let us know how we can assist you.
Why You Need Professionals For Crime Scene Cleanup
Professional crime scene cleanup is essential in Georgia, as in any other location, due to the unique and challenging nature of the task. Crime scenes often involve biohazardous materials, bodily fluids, potential pathogens, and hazardous chemicals, which require specialized knowledge, training, equipment, and protocols to ensure proper cleanup and safety. Here are several reasons why professionals are needed for crime scene cleanup in Georgia:
Biohazardous Materials: Crime scenes can be contaminated with biohazardous materials such as blood, bodily fluids, and tissues. These materials can carry infectious diseases and pose serious health risks. Professional cleanup technicians are trained to handle these materials safely and to prevent the spread of pathogens.
Safety Protocols: The GeorgiaCleanIt Trauma cleanup and crime scene cleanup professionals are trained in OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) regulations and other safety protocols. They know how to protect themselves, the environment, and anyone else who may come into contact with the area.
Specialized Equipment: Crime scene cleanup requires specialized equipment such as personal protective gear (PPE), biohazard waste containers, industrial-strength cleaning agents, and specialized tools for effective and safe cleaning. Our company uses only the highest quality safety and cleaning equipment to ensure our customers in Georgia get the best outcome when hiring us.
Proper Disposal: Biohazardous waste must be handled and disposed of in accordance with strict regulations to prevent contamination of the environment and to ensure the safety of the public. Our hazmat technicians know how to properly collect, transport, and dispose of hazardous materials. Most often the biohazard material removed from the crime scene is taken to a nearby incineration facility that is closest to the city in Georgia we are performing our restoration services.
Thorough Cleaning: Our cleaning and restoration go beyond regular cleaning. Professionals are trained to thoroughly clean and disinfect surfaces, including hard-to-reach areas that may be overlooked by non-professionals. We also have the expertise to assess and address potential hidden risks. Creating the best outcome for our cleaners and our customers.
Legal and Insurance Considerations: Crime scenes often involve legal and insurance considerations. Proper documentation, photographs, and reports are crucial for legal purposes and insurance claims. Our technicians are experienced in providing this documentation accurately and efficiently. In fact, our team will help file insurance claims when requested. Every insurance company does handle claims differently from the next but overall we try to work with your adjuster the best we can.
Trauma and Emotional Sensitivity: The GeorgiaCleanIt trauma cleanup professionals understand the emotional impact of crime scenes on survivors, families, and witnesses. We approach the situation with empathy, discretion, and respect, minimizing additional trauma. Our technicians try to help in any way that is reasonable or possible. Every step of the way we try to help our customers.
Experience and Training: Our crime scene cleanup technicians undergo comprehensive training to handle various situations, including crime scenes, accidents, suicides, and unattended deaths. Their experience allows them to handle the complexities of these situations effectively. We have developed some of the leading industry standards and protocols. You could say we wrote the book on crime scene cleanup in Georgia.
Preventing Legal Issues: Improper handling of biohazardous materials or failure to follow safety regulations can lead to legal consequences. Our crime scene cleanup technicians are aware of the legal requirements and adhere to industry standards to avoid potential legal issues.
Time and Efficiency: Professional cleanup teams work efficiently to restore the area as quickly as possible, allowing survivors and family members to begin the healing process without unnecessary delays.
Our expert crime scene cleaners are perfectly trained & certified to cleanup any kind of traumatic scene.
Looking for Crime Cleanup Crew in Georgia
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“We got help understanding the crime scene cleanup costs for my dad’s condo in Chicago that had a suicide murder”
“They really go above and beyond, we had a suicide and needed a lot of blood cleaned up from the apartment in Chicago. This was the only biohazard cleaners that took time to speak with us”