by Crime Scene Clean | Jan 20, 2018 | Animal Cleanup, Blood and Bodily Fluid Cleanup, Hoarding Clenup, Unattended Death Cleanup
Did you recently visit a family member’s TX home and find their living conditions poor? Was there home full of trash, pets or an overwhelming amount of items? This habit, known as hoarding, is actually defined as a disease. These living conditions that a hoarder lives in can be a dangerous environment for a variety of reasons. Chances are that your family member is not going to do anything in regards to cleaning the home, so it may be something that you have to force on the individual. At Crime Scene Clean, our cleaning professionals specialize in hoarding removal. We understand how difficult removing these items will be for your family member. Our team is here to help them determine what items have value and which ones they can get rid of.
by Crime Scene Clean | Dec 29, 2017 | Biohazard Cleanup, Blood and Bodily Fluid Cleanup, Crime Scene Cleanup, Unattended Death Cleanup
Do you cringe when someone is drawing your blood? Do you look away during the scary scenes of a movie? Does your spouse have to clean up your child when they are sick because you can’t hold it in? Whether this is you or not, when there is a biohazard only professionals should be the one to clean it up. Don’t worry about passing out over here, if you have a crime scene that needs to be cleaned up in Texas, Crime Scene Clean is here to help.
by Crime Scene Clean | Aug 31, 2017 | Biohazard Cleanup, Crime Scene Cleanup, Unattended Death Cleanup
Crime Scene Clean provides a service no person ever hopes to need: the cleanup of a scene after a murder. Though no one would ever want to have to contact a crime-scene cleanup crew, when it becomes a necessity, there’s no better option in Texas than Crime Scene Clean’s experienced murder cleanup crew. Crime Scene Clean has gained a reputation for professionalism, excellent customer service and is a leader in state of the art cleanup techniques.
by Crime Scene Clean | Jul 29, 2017 | Animal Cleanup, Biohazard Cleanup, Crime Scene Cleanup, Failed Fridge or Freezer Cleanup, Hoarding Clenup, Unattended Death Cleanup, Water Damage Cleanup
Life can take an unexpected turn at any moment. One day you can wake up full of hope for the day ahead and it can take a sudden and unfortunate turn quickly. If you find yourself in the midst of a tragedy, accident or in a situation where you find any sort of biohazardous spill or waste in your home or business in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, the team of Crime Scene Clean can help. Our trained biohazard cleanup professionals are prepared to handle any biohazard situation that you may encounter so that you do not have to. Crime Scene Clean can clean, disinfect and restore an affected area to safety quickly and with minimal disruption. We can help with the following biohazards:
by Crime Scene Clean | Jun 29, 2017 | Crime Scene Cleanup, Unattended Death Cleanup
When your property is the site of a crime scene, it can often be a lengthy and sometimes dangerous task cleaning the entire property yourself. With any crime scene, you run the risk of exposing yourself to biohazardous materials and other dangerous substances. Rather than risk injuring yourself or becoming ill because of something left in your property at a crime scene, call in our professional crime scene cleanup crew in Albany, TX, and leave the dirty work to us. At Crime Scene Clean, we have experience cleaning up crime scenes of every variety, from crime scenes with chemical waste to medical waste, crime scenes with biohazardous material, and even murder scenes. Whatever has happened on your property, whether it’s a commercial or residential crime scene cleanup you need, we’re here to handle the cleanup quickly and discreetly with as little inconvenience to you as possible.
by Crime Scene Clean | Jun 11, 2017 | Biohazard Cleanup, Crime Scene Cleanup, Unattended Death Cleanup
When it comes to cleaning up biohazardous spills it is important to hire someone that you can trust. At Crime Scene Clean we are here to help the community of Texas with cleaning up after an event that necessitates having a professional cleaning team that is both trained in OSHA and EPA guidelines.
The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (OSHAct) was passed to prevent workers from being killed or seriously harmed at work. This law requires that employers provide their employees with working conditions that are free from known dangers. When you are working with biohazardous spills, it is necessary that your staff is ready and understands that safety procedures. At Crime Scene Clean, we make sure that our staff is ready to deal with all materials and hazards and their safety is our number one concern along with properly cleaning your home or office.