Trauma and Bio-Hazard Restoration Services

If your home has been the scene of trauma, biohazards or a crime scene, you may not know how to proceed. If your property falls victim to a crisis, crime scene or suicide, fixing the scene can look bleak. To solve these incidents, the responding team should act with proper sensitivity, qualifications and knowledge. Calling on experts is wise because the substances left behind are graphic and can also spread further disease. The Paul Davis Recovery Services have the qualifications and knowledge to resolve these delicate events safely and considerately.

Our Bio-hazard Cleanup Services include:

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

Common Biohazard Scenes

Crime scenes are difficult, but these aren’t the only dangers the Paul Davis crew can take care of. Our sanitation experts can also remove any sewer problems, as well as toxic meth lab scenes. Both of these scenarios need to be approached with care and professionalism. In either situation, chemicals are abundant enough to lead to serious health issues if you aren’t prepared. Any event the Paul Davis crew are called for is taken care of with their complete training and qualifications. In these moments, don’t attempt to clean the messes independently sewer or methamphetamine lab scenes.

Our Expertise Matters

Professionals from Paul Davis are ready to respond to these dangerous scenes. Our cleanup is completed by certified recovery specialists who work within rigorous industry practices. Our staff has been educated in specific steps either by Paul Davis, through our Trauma/Bio-Recovery certification training, or National Institute of Decontamination Specialists (NIDS) to complete the necessary tasks methodically, using cutting edge steps and equipment. Our experts follow all major measures.

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