Monday, February 16, 2015

Crime Scene Cleanup Palm Harbor, FL

For the most part Palm Harbor, FL is a quiet community just outside of many metropolitan areas. Crime doesn’t seem to be a concern to most of the people who live in this area, but what happens when crimes do occur and who handles the aftermath cleanup of crime scenes? Bio Scene Clean Up provides crime scene cleanup in Palm Harbor and surrounding cities.

Depending on the nature of the crime, most every scene contains some form of biohazard that needs professional biohazard cleanup. If the crime scene has a presence of blood, bodily fluids or other matter as a result of gunshots or other traumas you should never attempt to clean these areas.  The potential risk for dangerous pathogens and other infectious diseases is not to be taken lightly. These biohazards, if not properly cleaned, can remain a health threat for weeks after the crime has occurred.  Because of this, there is a high probability that horrific odors, stains, bugs and other pathogens can re-appear and still remain dangerous.

Bio Scene Clean Up is experienced in proper crime scene cleaning techniques using industrial equipment and chemicals to ensure your crime scene area is safe and free from biohazards.  Contrary to what most people believe, police or emergency professionals do not cleanup biohazards from crime and trauma scenes. It is usually up to the person who owns the property or business and they are also responsible for the costs associated with the cleanup.

Some people will attempt to cleanup crime scenes themselves without realizing the health risks. Even something as simple as a tiny fingerprint dust particle containing an infectious pathogen can potentially compromise your health, if ingested. Our certified technicians work to contain all biohazards to the specific area and follow strict OSHA protocols to remove all traces of biohazards. In some circumstances, this means that anything in contact with the crime scene must be removed, even fixtures, walls, flooring or other materials.

If you or someone you know has been the victim of a crime or tragedy contact our professional staff immediately. Federal and State regulations impose very harsh fines and penalties for improper cleanup and disposal of biohazard materials. We’ll help make sure you are protected.

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