Fatalities & Death Scene Cleaning Company In Phoenix
Biohazard Cleaning & Reconstruction
Circumstances requiring death scene clean-up are generally very distressing for the property owner. HRS professionals will handle the matter discretely and with compassion, removing all traces of blood, bodily fluids, and decomposition from your home or business. The space will be sanitized to eliminate microbial contaminates and our IICRC certified Odor Control Technicians will ensure odors are dispelled.
Our team can respond to quickly, at any time of day or night. Once the body has been removed, we can begin the clean-up effort to restore your home or business to its previous condition. Our cleaning process extends to the subfloor to ensure that any fluids that have soaked beneath the visible flooring are taken care of.
Why Choose HRS Restoration Services?
HRS Restoration Services is the #1 company to call for death scene cleanup services in Phoenix. Our dedicated, discrete, and highly trained team can respond 24 hours a day 7 days a week, and begin restoring your home or office to pristine condition.
All HRS’s technicians are IICRC certified and trained on how to respond to death scenes in a manner that respects your privacy and the need to return to normal.
For nearly two decades, HRS Restoration Services has served the disaster cleanup needs of the greater Phoenix area. We’re proud of our favorable customer reviews and our A+ rating from the BBB.
HRS handles all kinds of disasters, including murder scene cleanup. No one thinks they’ll ever need murder scene cleaners, but when they do, we’ll be there to help.
Fatalities Cleanup Services
HRS Restoration Services’ fatalities cleanup services is a five-step process informed by science, the industry-standard from the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC), and the latest technologies.
First, our team completes an initial walk-through and OSHA-mandated assessment of the scene. To prevent cross-contamination, we adhere to OSHA’s recommended protocol to control the affected area by securing and separating it from other areas.
Next, HRS’s team of trained professionals will remove all visible traces of blood and biological materials from the affected area. This is the most dangerous step of the remediation process.
After removal of the blood, bacteria, and biological materials, we clean, disinfect, and deodorize using EPA-rated disinfectants.
The last step in HRS Restoration Services’ fatalities cleanup process is to confirm the cleanup is complete using advanced technology like adenosine triphosphate (ATP) testing.
A complete breakdown of the trauma and fatalities cleanup process is available on our site.
Our unattended death cleanup professionals clean, disinfect, and deodorize the impacted area to return the property to a safe, livable condition.
Unattended death scenes may contain large amounts of blood and body fluids that may contain harmful bloodborne pathogens, including HIV, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and MRSA, commonly known as a staph infection.
In any fatality cleanup, including suicide, HRS cleans, disinfects, and deodorizes. Before cleaning can begin, our team of professionals removes all blood and biological materials, dirt, and chemicals from the affected area.
Just as there are biohazards from bloodborne pathogens from unattended deaths and suicides, homicides that occur at home or in a commercial setting must be cleaned, disinfected, and deodorized.
HRS Restoration Services abides by IICRC industry standards to ensure the location is completely restored to its pre-incident state.
Fatalities Cleanup Process
HRS Restoration Services’ fatalities cleanup team can respond 24/7 to begin the process of cleaning, disinfecting, and deodorizing.
We utilize IICRC Odor Control certified technology. Depending on the particular situation, we are equipped to use air scrubbers or negative air machines, heat application, thermal fogging, hydroxyl deodorization, high-level ozone deodorization, oxidizing agents, enzyme products, and more.
Fatalities Cleanup FAQs
During this stressful time, our customers have questions about our process and methods for crime scene cleanup. In addition, they understandably want to know how long fatalities cleanup will take and how much it will cost.
It is our highest priority to restore your home or office to its pre-incident state while also adhering to the highest industry standards and keeping costs maintained. Read on for answers to these frequently asked questions.
What Are The Fatalities Cleanup Requirements?
Requirements for fatalities cleanup include training, experience, and physical fitness.
While there is no uniform national requirement for crime scene cleanup, HRS Restoration Services and other reputable companies require their staff to abide by OSHA and IICRC procedures.
HRS Restoration Services provides on-the-job training for our employees and encourages them to obtain advanced certifications in subjects related to biohazard cleanup including blood-borne pathogens, hazardous materials transportation, PPE training, airborne pathogens, and hazardous waste generation.
How Long Does Fatalities Scene Cleanup Take?
The length of time for HRS Restoration Services to complete a fatalities cleanup can range from a few hours to days depending on how many items are in the affected space and how confined.
Each item in the affected area must be inspected, removed, cleaned, and if necessary, restored. In addition to cleaning and disinfection, the area must also be deodorized.
How Much Does Fatalities Scene Cleanup Cost?
The cost of fatalities scene cleanup will depend on the amount of employee labor and the cost of personal protective equipment.
The cost is affected by how long it takes a team of professionals to prevent cross-contamination, clean, disinfect and deodorize. Costs can vary between $2,500 and $20,000 depending on the particular situation.
Call Us Today To Get Started!
HRS Restoration Services has been serving Phoenix area businesses and homeowners for nearly two decades. We’re known for excellent customer service, our quick response, and our discretion in stressful situations like death scene cleanup.
Our team of trained and certified professionals has the experience and tools to ensure the cleanup is done quickly and correctly. Contact HRS Restoration Services for full-service fatalities cleanup at the earliest opportunity.
HRS Restoration Services – Phoenix
When disaster strikes, HRS’s 24 hour restoration services are here for your emergency cleaning and professional restoration needs. In addition to water extraction and water damage restoration, HRS offers the following emergency restoration services:
Water Extraction & Water Damage Restoration
Discovering water damage in your home or business—whether from a flood, a dishwasher malfunction, or a sewer backup—can feel devastating. And it can be a serious problem if not dealt with properly. In addition to causing damage, water can also spread contaminants that may lead to disease. A quick response to water intrusion is imperative due to the invasive properties of moisture:
- Within minutes, moisture-sensitive surfaces swell and disfigure. Paper goods (books, documents, pictures) can be ruined and stains from furniture start to appear on carpeting, which can be permanent.
- Within hours, drywall softens and warps, and wooden furniture can be permanently damaged. If carpet becomes delaminated (the primary backing separates from the secondary backing), it can cause irreparable damage.
- Within days, fungi and bacteria begin to grow and spread. Foul odors start to permeate your property.
HRS’s IICRC certified clean-up crews are composed of expert technicians—including Master Water Restorers—who will ensure you receive the highest quality water removal and water clean-up services. Once the cause of the water emergency is mitigated and clean-up has been completed, our construction team can provide the building services you need—such as drywall, painting, flooring, electrical, and plumbing—to return your home or business to its original state.
Our local water restoration specialists are standing by 24/7/365 to help you through your water emergency!
Fire Damage & Restoration
A fire can be the most traumatic and devastating experience a home or business owner ever faces. In a best case scenario, it can cause minor smoke damage; in a worst case scenario, it can obliterate an entire structure. HRS will help you navigate these stressful circumstances and bring your property back to a safely inhabitable state.
The fire damage restoration professionals at HRS are available 24 hours a day! By carefully following our proven procedures, we ensure your property is brought back to the safe, comfortable space that existed before the fire damage and smoke damage. This begins with a property inspection to assess the level of structural damage and content damage. We will report our findings to you and answer any questions you may have so you are fully informed and understand what results can be reasonably expected.
In simple terms, returning your home or business to its pre-fire state consists of three general elements: structural damage restoration, content restoration and/or removal, smoke mitigation, and odor mitigation. Making sure your property is structurally sound is a priority. If there are stability issues, our professional restoration team can provide full construction services to rectify the situation. We will also remove any of your belongings that have been burned beyond repair, including items containing synthetic materials. Any items that are salvageable will be repaired and returned both to minimize cost to the home or business owner as well as to help lessen the anxiety of loss; unsafe items will be disposed of. Finally, our disaster clean-up team will remove all smoke residue, including the pervasive odor. Our IICRC certified Odor Control Technicians will use odor removal techniques include thermal fogging, high-level ozone deodorization, and hydroxyl deodorization.
Mold Inspection, Testing, & Remediation
No homeowner or business owner wants to hear that they have mold. Mold spreads quickly and can cause severe respiratory problems, especially in infants, children, the elderly, and those with health issues. Depending on the extent of the mold, a property can even be declared uninhabitable due to the threat it poses to the health of the occupants.
Mold occurs in damp areas and is often caused by water damage or flooding. Mold can also be the result of a current water leak or improper water leak clean-up from a previous issue. Mold can be present in carpet, wall interiors, floorboards, and ceilings, as well as easily spotted locations. HRS’s experts will determine the source of the mold, remove all traces of the mold, and repair or replace the damaged structures, ensuring the issue that caused the mold is remediated.
Due to the possible toxicity of the mold in your home or business, it’s important to have mold removal handled by professionals. Our Phoenix mold remediation specialists are IICRC certified in Applied Microbial Remediation, ensuring all aspects of the mold abatement are handled safely.
Asbestos is commonly found in older buildings, both residential and. It can be found in numerous construction materials, including concrete, asphalt, roof shingles, pipes, siding, wall board, floor tiles, joint compounds, adhesive, and insulation. The US banned the use of asbestos in the manufacturing of most materials in 1978, which is why we assume properties constructed before 1980 could have asbestos present. However, it’s important to note that in our increasingly global marketplace, many building materials are imported from abroad, and not all countries have the same stringent guidelines as the US. Because of this, it is possible to come across asbestos in newer structures, especially commercial buildings.
The hazardous nature of asbestos abatement calls for professional remediation to ensure safe removal and disposal. HRS will extract all asbestos from your property to bring it back to a safely inhabitable space. Once the asbestos remediation is complete, our restoration team can rebuild the affected areas.
Reconstruction & Restoration
Handling a home or commercial property’s disaster situation requires both mitigating the issue and rebuilding the affected areas of the property. Once the emergency has been taken care of—whether it’s water damage, fire damage, mold remediation, trauma clean-up/bio-cleaning, or asbestos abatement—the property will need to be restored. This could include structural repairs, drywall, plumbing, electrical, and/or landscape replacement … just to name a few. As a fully licensed general contractor, we can provide these services to homeowners as well as commercial properties. Our work ranges from basic repairs to complex, multi-faceted projects.
Our reconstruction efforts extend to your belongings affected by the disaster. Our content restoration program will repair any salvageable items including furniture, clothing, and electronics.
Dealing with a disaster situation at a commercial property type requires an additional skill set. Unlike a residence, commercial buildings have employees and, often, patrons that are affected by an incident such as a water event or smoke damage. HRS will provide the necessary remediation services efficiently and discretely. Regardless of when the damage occurs—during business hours or in the middle of the night—HRS is available to remedy the situation. Water damage … storm damage … mold remediation … fire/smoke mitigation … HRS’s professional technicians are ready to bring your property back to its pre-disaster state.
Even well-maintained properties can experience the need for emergency restoration services. Whether you manage or own a hospital, school, apartment complex, office building, hotel, church, or retail establishment, HRS can handle your situation and our IICRC technicians can give you the peace of mind that your property will be professionally repaired.
Our general contracting services include preconstruction services, value engineering, subcontractor solicitation and management, quality and cost control, change order management, safety plan and inspection, documentation management, status reports and record keeping, and project close out.