Crime, Trauma and Hoarding Cleaning Services

Crime, Trauma and Hoarding Cleaning Services

Crime, Trauma and Hoarding Cleaning Services

Trauma, Crime Scene, Unattended Death and Hoarding Clean Up Services

Commercial Cleaning and Restoration technicians are specially trained, discrete, and compassionate individuals who handle biohazard, crime scene, and hoarding cleaning services. Our cleanup team is OSHA compliant and has the appropriate equipment and cleaning solutions to clean up biohazard contamination and harmful viruses, bacteria, and diseases thoroughly and professionally.

In the face of trauma, like a crime scene, or a tragedy, like suicide, it can be difficult to think about anything other than the emotional hardship of the situation. Focus on your emotional well-being and let us handle things for you. Our goal is to create a healthy and livable environment for everyone impacted.

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Lifting the Load

Crime Scene, trauma, And hoarding Clean Up Services

Our cleanup service provides you with peace of mind, knowing that your household will not only be returned to the state in which it was prior to your trauma, but return your household to safe living conditions.

Our team also understands the complexity of the state and federal laws regulating how contamination must be managed. Our team of trained technicians apply OSHA and EPA-certified techniques to properly clean up waste and ensure safe disposal. We ensure there is no exposure to biohazard that can transmit disease and lead to health conditions.

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What is Biohazard Waste?

You may not dispose of hazardous wastes via your community trash collection. Biohazards could also enter the community water supply and make for even more problems. The reasons for this are simple: massive blood loss, fecal matter or other hazardous materials can do damage to the environment or anyone who comes in contact with them — transmitting diseases or other sickness.

  • Human or animal blood or tissue
  • Human or animal body parts
  • Bodily fluids
  • Paper towels, rags and similar items saturated with biohazardous materials
  • Infectious agents
  • Waste from bacteria, spores and viruses
Clean Up Services including Biohazard Waste, hoarding, crime scene, and trauma

Seven Facts Relevant to Crime, Trauma, and Hoarding Cleaning

Fact #1: Certification Is NOT Required to Clean Crime Scenes
A license or certification is not required to begin the cleanup process of a crime scene. However, OSHA requires that anyone involved in the cleanup of blood and other infectious materials to follow its Bloodborne Pathogens standard aimed at protecting people from exposure.
Fact #2: Biohazard Waste Must Be Disposed of Properly

Human blood, feces, or urine can cause infections, even up to a few weeks after having spilled onto environmental surfaces. The hepatitis B virus has been known to live for over two weeks, and the hepatitis C virus can be infectious for up to two weeks. 

Germs and viruses in the blood can pose a threat to public health and the environment. All biohazard materials must be disposed of by a licensed biohazard waste hauler and in accordance to federal, state and local laws.
Fact #3: Even Minor Blood Stains are Harmful
Treat all blood, no matter how insignificant, with caution. Even the smallest droplets of blood may contain harmful viruses that carry infection. Blood spilt onto the carpet is likely to soak into the floorboards beneath, compounding the potential spread of disease. Odors from blood can linger and become an unwelcome presence.
Even if you are familiar with the person whose blood has been shed, it is important to proceed with caution. Harmful bacteria that you may be unaware of can reside within the blood. It is best to avoid all contact with blood spills.
Fact #4: Police Do Not Clean Up a Crime Scene

While police officials and investigators will collect evidence from a crime scene, they will not perform cleanup services. Only professional crime scene specialists are adept at the task of removing harmful biological waste and bloodborne pathogens from the site.

Professional cleanup teams arrive onsite only after the law enforcement personnel have gathered sufficient proof related to the crime, so as not to disturb any evidence.

In addition, police and emergency medical technicians are not trained to handle the cleanup of biohazard waste materials. Only licensed biohazard cleanup professionals are equipped with the tools necessary to complete the cleanup process.

Fact #5: Safety Hazards Found at Hoarding & Animal Hoarding Scenes
It’s important to address the safety hazards issues at hoarding scenes. We often see toxic buildup of mold, increased chance of fire, and increased presence of rodents and insects. Our goal is to establish a healthy and livable environment again.
Fact #6: Animal Hoarding is an Emotional Situation
We understand that our customers have the best intentions for their pets, but animals living in hoarding conditions tend to suffer from: sickness and injuries, starvation and dehydration, and emotional distress. We recognize the seriousness of the situation and can help. Please call with questions about your specific situation and know that all calls are confidential.
Fact #7: Hoarding Cleanup Requires Compassion
The most important goal of a hoarder cleanup is not to throw personal items away. Our goal is to help people find and safeguard their valuables from within the clutter, while cleaning up the clutter.

Call Commercial Cleaning and Restoration

Our experienced technicians take a respectful approach to biohazard cleaning, and we have the tools necessary to clean and restore your home or property. You can call us any time at (520) 297-4736 for more information about our cleaning services in Tucson, AZ.

CrIme Scene • Unattended Death • Hoarding Clean Up

At Commercial Cleaning & Restoration, we want the best for you and your home and we will work to prove it to you.

We also clean carpets, area rugs, and upholstery.

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(520) 297-4736 or Contact us by Email

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