When the police, medical technicians and authorities have gone, you are left with the aftermath of a crime scene.  Such sights may have a strong effect upon survivors; it can be a grim reminder of horrific shock and loss.

To worsen the blow, the crime scene may be assumed to be contaminated by bloodborne pathogens and contagions. All blood and bodily fluids at a crime scene are presumed to be biohazards under Federal and National Health guidelines and regulations. These biohazardous contaminants must be safely cleaned, sanitized and remediated, and because they are considered biohazards they must be removed and transported by licensed and permitted agents and not flushed into public drainage systems.

BioSpecialists is the professional resource in New England for forensic cleaning and crime scene clean up. We are on call to assist our communities twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

We use cutting edge technology to meticulously and safely sanitize, disinfect and eliminate biohazards, biotoxins, bloodborne pathogens and dangerous contagions at the microbial level from the site and restore a scene to its pre-incident healthful condition.

We believe that it is important to help survivors avoid exposure to biohazards common at crime scenes. We also believe that we can help the survivors of crime endure the aftermath with compassionate support and attention to detail.

Call BioSpecialists for crime scene clean up. From our headquarters in Gorham, Maine,  we are available throughout Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts, including the Boston and Worcester Metro areas. We are on call and available twenty four hours a day, seven days a week for crime scene clean up. Call BioSpecialists at 207-839-9111.