Trauma and Bio-Hazard Restoration Services

Biohazards and trauma are serious circumstances that require professional treatment. If your business falls victim to a trauma, crime scene or suicide, fixing the scene can look bleak. To solve these events, the restoration staff needs warmth, training and skills. Hiring experts is smart because the remains left behind are hard to look at and can also be hazardous. The Paul Davis Recovery Services have the qualifications and skills to work with these shocking events safely and considerately.

We are qualified to handle:

  • Neglected decomposition
  • Homicide or Suicide Cleanup
  • Crime Scene Treatment
  • Trauma Scene Treatment
  • Biohazard Removal Services
  • Industrial or Home Accidents
  • Animal Remains or Waste
  • Hoarding Remains
  • Forensic Investigation Chemicals

Additional Biohazard

Crime scenarios are difficult, but these situations aren’t the only dangers the the Wasatch Front Paul Davis professionals can handle. The Paul Davis sanitation specialists can also remove any sewer spills, as well as dangerous meth lab scenes. Each of these scenes require extreme care and professionalism. In both scenarios, biotoxins are prominent enough to lead to serious health issues if you aren’t qualified. Any event the Paul Davis crew are called for is maintained with their extensive training and expertise. In these events, don’t try to handle the messes without help of a Paul Davis professional sewer or drug lab scenes.

The Paul Davis Difference

You can rest confidently that the Paul Davis team will always treat the property and people involved with the utmost compassion in the face of shocking situations. The certification our experts undertake equips them to restore events of many varieties in a clean way. Paul Davis biohazard specialists are trained in our Trauma/Bio-Recovery program or the National Institute of Decontamination Specialists (NIDS). This knowledge help our team members to implement the latest decontamination procedures and tools to clean your property.

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