Crime Scene CleanUp
Richmond Crime Scene Clean Up works with many cities and police departments in the San Francisco Bay area. Our reputation for being fast, thorough and discreet speaks for itself.
In addition to being punctual, we are a certified forensic cleanup team that can handle all types of bio-hazardous material, drug residues, blood, bodily fluids, decomposition cleaning, meth lab remediation and more.
Professional Crime Scene Cleanup
The aftermath of a crime scene requires that the entire area be sanitized to hospital standards or (if possible) better. With that in mind we use highly efficient, eco-friendly sanitization solutions designed for the cleaning of bio materials like blood and other natural compounds.
Our staff come prepared to work and wear full body protective suits designed for bio hazard remediation, two pairs of gloves and disposal booties. We treat every scene as though an infectious pathogen is present, as it very well could be. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) in Atlanta, GA reports that 1 out of every 24 people has HIV, Hepatitis B or C, all of which are blood borne pathogens that can survive for some time outside of the body.
There are two primary phases when it comes to crime scene cleanup:
Phase 1: Controlling of the Area(s)
Each crime scene is separated into three zones by plastic sheeting and biohazard tape: a control zone for the immediate affected area to be cleaned, a buffer zone where our team gears up in protective equipment and fills disposal units and a clean zone for storing equipment and tools for use during the process.
Phase 2: Cleaning and Sanitization of the Area(s)
Once the area(s) has/have been identified and established, the Advance Crime Scene Restoration team moves wearing protective gear to begin the cleaning and disinfecting process. Any organic solids are disposed of in appropriately marked bio-hazard containers. Any items on the scene that can’t be properly cleaned are dismantled and labeled as medical waste.
All dirt, blood, residues and chemicals are then removed appropriately. After the cleaning is completed, taking great care to remove all soiling as forensically detailed as possible, sanitization chemicals are sprayed over the area in a repeated pattern.
After wiping up any excess sanitizer our team uses adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the same fluorescence testing standard used by major hospitals, to ensure that no contaminants remain in the affected area(s).
The Richmond Crime Scene Clean Up staff stands ready 24/7, 365 days a year to respond to any need you may have for crime scene cleanup.
The Crime Scene Aftermath
With all of the chaos and charged emotions that can come with the event of a crime scene (especially one where lives have been lost), the last thing anyone wants to have to deal with is the inevitable cleanup afterwards.
With many years of crime scene cleaning experience, Richmond Crime Scene Cleanup is a resource used by many cities and police departments in the San Francisco Bay area.
Call us today for quick, friendly and compassionate service!