What is Crime Scene Cleanup?
Cleaning up a crime scene is a tough job, but like most tough jobs, it has to be done. Law enforcement and public service agencies like EMTs and police officers are not responsible for the clean-up of crime scenes resulting from homicide, suicide, or unattended deaths—otherwise referred to as the aftermath. They can provide references to trusted cleaners but ultimately, the responsibility falls on the property owner to call a professional crime scene clean-up service. There are only a handful of organizations dedicated to cleansing affected areas and disposing of biohazards in the state of Colorado. One of the companies outperforming the rest is Valor Technical Cleaning.
Valor Technical Cleaning
Valor Technical Cleaning is a professional crime scene clean-up company that’s dedicated to working with compassion and speed. Their technicians are licensed and use the proper equipment for the job. Valor technicians are also OSHA-compliant and GBAC-certified (Global Biorisk Advisory Council) professionals. They take crime scene cleanup seriously to help you get back to your life as quickly as possible.
Trauma scenes are not to be dealt with lightly and can have serious implications for you—or your business—if not done correctly. During the process of cleaning the aftermath of a crime scene, technicians at Valor Technical Cleaning will take care of medical waste disposal to leave a distressed property in its original condition. They will clean up any residue and hazardous material and even eliminate odors. A lot of these biohazards can cause diseases if they’re not disposed of properly. Failing to meet OSHA regulations for crime scene clean-up can cause someone to be exposed to bloodborne pathogens. This can cause someone to get HIV or hepatitis, for example.
Decomposition is expected with unattended deaths or suicide, where the victims are not found until a long time after they’ve passed away. This is more likely to happen to the elderly who live alone and don’t have any family nearby. For this type of service, technicians will clean up biohazards like blood, body decomposition, and foul odors.
Other Types of Removals
Technicians at Valor Technical Cleaning will not only clean up crime scenes. They also offer remediation services for a hoarding cleanup. When a person stores too many items in their home to the point where they cannot live a normal life, Valor Technical Cleaning steps up to the plate with discretion, compassion, and respect. They take into consideration the fact that the hoarders may have developed an emotional bond with their items. Technicians will separate those valued items from the rest of the trash to clean and preserve them. These types of cleanups require extra care as there can be biohazards present such as mold, animal feces, and urine.
Valor Technical Cleaning offers biohazard cleanup services. This service includes cleaning sewage backups, trauma scenes, virus contamination, meth lab contamination, animal remains, and chemical spills. They ensure your treated place is left in its original state for your own safety. Subsequently, they offer decontamination from COVID and other contagious diseases. They will rid your place of fungi, parasites, viruses, and MRSA. Lastly, they provide board-up services during emergencies in the states of Colorado and Denver. This service is essential if your property has been damaged and you want to prevent further damages from weather or criminal activity. All of these services are available to schools, businesses, apartments, homes, and most other property types.
Cleaning up a crime scene is considered one of the hardest jobs on earth. However, Valor Technical Cleaning’s sense of passion and consideration for the people involved sets them out from the crowd. Likewise, their dedication to discreet sanitization along with their regulated processes are incomparable and cannot be overlooked.