We respond 24/7 and serve a broad scope across the eastcoast from New England to Florida
The industry of crime scene clean-up is not limited to crime scenes, but any kind of death, medical waste, hoarding, meth lab, odor removal, and biohazard scenes. We are dedicated to assisting law enforcement, public service agencies and property owners/managers in restoring properties that have been contaminated as a result of crime, disaster or misuse.
No one should ever have to deal with the traumatic events that would require our services. But if you do, our crime scene clean-up team is dedicated to professional and compassionately restoring the scene to a safe, non-hazardous state. BioSpecialists provide professional trauma scene and crime scene cleaning, disinfecting, and removal of all contaminated items. We understand how confusing things are at a time like this, and we’ll communicate with you every step of the way. WHEN THERE HAS BEEN A DEATH — BY NATURAL CAUSES, SUICIDE OR HOMICIDE — IT CAN BE DANGEROUS AND TRAUMATIC. YOU NEED THE HELP OF A PROFESSIONAL CRIME SCENE CLEAN-UP TEAM.
Biohazards, toxins and biohazardous material must be contained, transported and disposed of properly. BioSpecialists have the capability and experience to safely contain and remediate biohazardous medical waste. We are the best and most affordable option in New England for the transport and disposal of medical waste. Visit our Medical Waste Disposal website.
Decomposition odor will frequently be present at any crime, trauma or death scene but is not limited to such extreme events. Decomp odors can more commonly be the result of food and beverage spills. BioSpecialists can help you with vehicle odor, pet odor and smoke odor problems and troubles with mold and mildew.
Any building that has been used as a meth lab must undergo meth testing and, if necessary, decontamination before it can be considered safe for occupancy. There can be serious health problems in people or animals exposed to meth labs. BioSpecialists specializes in the take down and safe removal of clandestine Methamphetamine drug labs. Our meth lab clean-up team is educated on most current methods used in illegal drug labs and is capable of safely identifying, dismantling, packaging and transporting these labs. Learn more about our Meth Testing and Remediation service.
Working with biohazardous scenes and situations is dangerous, both for the public and first responders. BioSpecialists specializes in residential and commercial biohazard removal services, including medical waste transportation and disposal of any biohazardous materials we collect during a clean-up. We are New England’s most experienced biohazard cleanup company, and have the most up-to-date knowledge of the industry’s best practices and regulations.
What many people do not realize is how dangerous it can be to clean hoarder homes, from a health risk perspective. Hoarding clean-ups often involve large mounds of material, which may promote the growth of mold or bacteria. This process can often be quite difficult, and we are here to help you or your loved ones through this stressful time. We clean and sanitize the property, catalog and pack the salvageable contents and restore the cleanliness of the structure to its previous healthy condition.We commonly work with health departments, code enforcement, law enforcement, estate attorneys, social workers, and realtors to quickly and economically restore the property.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
1. Call us, and we’ll be there quickly.
For calls in northern New England—including Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts—as well as Florida we can be on site within hours. After assessing the property a written estimate will be provided.
2. Most crime scene clean-up is covered by your homeowner’s insurance.
In most cases, your homeowner’s insurance will cover the clean-up of biohazardous related materials and crime scene clean-up. There is no cost to families for suicide/accidental death cleanup.
3. An efficient and thorough job.
Our highly trained crime scene clean-up team uses the industries best practices to complete your job in a matter of hours. There will be no traces of odors, no dangerous biohazard materials to deal with, and no reminders of the tragedy.