Cleaning Up Bio-Hazardous Material after Trauma in Indianapolis, IN

Biohazards and similar events are delicate situations requiring professional protocol. If your property falls victim to a trauma, crime scene or suicide, handling the situation can be imposing. To respond to these events, the respoinding team needs warmth, qualifications and experience. Hiring professionals is necessary because the materials left behind are graphic and can also be hazardous. The Paul Davis Recovery Services have the qualifications and experience to know how to handle these sensitive situations safely and considerately.

We can assist with:

  • Unattended remains
  • Homicide or Suicide Treatment
  • Crime Scene Sanitation
  • Trauma Scene Sanitation
  • Biohazard Removal Services
  • Industrial or Home Accidents
  • Animal Remains or Waste
  • Hoarding Remains
  • Forensic Investigation Chemicals

Sewage Backups & Methamphetamine Lab Removal

Trauma scenarios are hard to handle, but these aren’t the only biohazards the Paul Davis team can take care of. Our sanitation experts can also rid your space of any sewage spills, as well as toxic meth crime scenes. Both of these scenes need to be approached with care and training. In both scenarios, biotoxins are prominent enough to lead to serious health hazards if you aren’t qualified. Our crew uses their years of training to sanitize any scene they see. In these moments, don’t attempt to clean the messes without help of a Paul Davis professional sewage or methamphetamine lab scenes.

Our Qualifications

You can rest confidently that the Paul Davis team will always cooperate with the home and people involved with the utmost compassion as they face of trying situations. The training our specialists undertake readies them to handle cases of many varieties in a proper way. Paul Davis biohazard specialists receive training from our Trauma/Bio-Recovery course or the National Institute of Decontamination Specialists (NIDS). These qualifications allow our staff to use the latest decontamination techniques and tools to restore your property.

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