Why Crime Scene Cleaners
A person not trained in the proper biohazard remediation field (which is most people) will not know how to properly take care of the situation, leaving anyone who enters the premises at risk. Crime and trauma cleanup requires much more than just a “surface” cleaning. Bodily fluids, like any other fluids, will run, seep and soak into flooring, subfloor, joists, etc. It’s never what it seems to be on the surface. A square foot of fluids on the top surface (carpet, hardwood, etc.) can run underneath flooring for multiple feet in any direction. We hear it all the time from families, police, coroners, etc., that “it’s not real bad,” that “it shouldn’t take long,” but after tearing up the flooring, fluids have spread out 8 to 10 feet underneath and have soaked into the subfloor or run under the base of the wall into the next room. It’s important to have professionals take care of these types of situations for these reasons.
Last but not least, please take a small amount of time to research who you are choosing in your community. There are companies out there who are known for taking advantage of our local families in these traumatic situations. Our field is not cheap, but there is right and wrong when it comes to billing. These companies are charging between $20,000 and $50,000 for what should be $2,000 to $10,000. Insurance companies are aware of who does this and when they receive the bill they can deny the claim. The company will then put a lien on the customer’s home to collect their money. Let’s not hurt the families any more than they already are during this time.
Choose KC’s oldest and most trusted local crime and trauma cleaning company when it comes to helping your community.
We are dedicated to helping families and businesses in the Midwest when they need it most. We are available for response seven days a week, 24 hours a day and 365 days a year.
Our Customer Service Advantages:
• Free estimates
• 24-hours a day
• 7 days a week
• Licensed, bonded and insured
• Most insurance accepted
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