Let ServiceMaster 380 handle your trauma cleanup needs
ServiceMaster 380 has trained trauma cleanup technicians that are equipped to handle every type of trauma cleanup. Whatever the trauma or the cause for cleaning may be, you can trust that ServiceMaster will erase every trace of the incident from your home or business. Our trauma cleanup rates are affordable and accepted by most insurance companies.
Biohazard, Blood and Body Fluid Cleaning
When a violent crime, suicide or accident occurs there is a cleanup process that will need to occur. Cleaning up after such an incident must be done by a certified professional. The police and fire departments are not in charge of making sure a property is cleaned, they do not have the resources for it nor are they certified to do so. The responsibility lies in the hands of the homeowner or property owner. Service Master 380 has a team of certified individuals that are able to restore your home or property back to its condition prior to the incident.
Unattended Death Cleanup
After death, the body begins to decompose immediately. This means that bodily fluids are released and begin to contaminate and seep into the surrounding area including flooring, clothing, furniture, mattresses and home structure. Chemicals are released by the body that can be overwhelming to the senses and diseases, pathogens, bacteria and mold spores may very well be present. This creates a very dangerous situation that should not be taken on by someone ill-equipped and untrained.
Service Master 380 has the training necessary to clean the area, disinfect it and rebuild any damaged structures so that the area is safe to live in again. Contact us now if you have any questions or are in need of service immediately.
Crime Scene Cleanup
Crime scenes can be messy and there are many dangers of performing the cleanup yourself without the proper training and certifications. Bodily fluids and body matter are left behind at many crime scenes along with fingerprint dust used to find prints left on surfaces the perpetrator might have touched. We have trained specialists that will help return your home or business to its previous condition through cleaning, serialization and reconstruction.
Hoarding cleanup can be dangerous and hazardous to those involved in the cleanup process. Our experts have specialized training and extensive experience cleaning up the living spaces of hoarders. We clean, sanitize and remove waste and hazardous materials from the home. We can also provide home restoration services and reconstruction services to return the home to a livable state. Our services are affordable and efficient. Contact us today to schedule your hoarding cleanup.
Industrial Accident/Injury Cleaning
Industrial accidents are often times traumatic for coworkers that witness the event or who are close to the victim. Cleaning up an industrial accident can be emotionally damaging but can also put an untrained professional at risk for diseases lying in body fluids left behind. We recommend for all incidents exceeding a small amount of body fluid that professionals handle the cleanup. If you do attempt to clean up a small incident yourself, make sure to take proper safety precautions and never touch the fluids without proper protection.
Vehicle Blood and Body Fluid Cleaning
Though vehicle cleaning is often an afterthought in the middle of the chaos caused by an accident or in the event of transporting people who were bleeding, it is just as important as cleaning a home or office. Unfortunately you cannot take your car to your local car wash; it needs to be cleaned by professionals because blood-borne pathogens can still be present after exposure to air. Vehicle upholstery cleaning and steam cleaning are not enough, professional cleaning is needed to make sure that the vehicle is safe for you and your family.
Trauma Restoration Tips
What to do and what not to do after a TRAUMA situation when potentially infectious materials are present.
What to do
- Secure the contaminated area from any further damage.
- Leave air conditioning or heating at 70 degrees unless exposure to the outside prevents this.
- Wear personal protective clothing if you must be in the contaminated area.
- Remove any broken items not affected from the contaminated area once authorities have released the area for clean-up. Be sure to wear heavy gloves in handling broken glass or sharp items. Take an inventory of items missing, broken or beyond repair for insurance and/or tax records.
- Inform your insurance agent of the situation as soon as possible.
- If an infectious disease is suspected (Hepatitis or AIDS), wait for further instructions from agent or authorities.
- Call a professional trauma restoration company to assist with returning the contaminated area to normal.
What not to do
- Do not enter the contaminated area unless absolutely necessary.
- Do not risk contact in contaminated area with bare skin. If exposed, wash thoroughly with soap and water. Seek medical attention if an infectious disease is known or suspected.
- Do not touch or move any items until authorities have completed their investigation.
- Do not attempt to clean the contaminated area unless using a proven disinfectant.