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Who is Responsible for Homicide Clean-Up?

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Cleaning Up the Scene of a Crime

Due to popular crime shows like Law and Order, we are all well aware of how an investigation takes place. Detectives secure the crime scene, collect evidence, and question those in the area or associated with the victim. What those shows do not cover is who is responsible for the clean-up.

The responsibility tends to left to the owner of the property or the victim’s family and friends. This is unfortunate as the event is traumatic enough without having to clean up the scene. Nor do the average individuals have the knowledge and supplies to safely remove biohazard materials.

Homicide Clean-Up in Cedar Park, TX

Hiring a professional to clean the scene is the best course of action. Why? For two main reasons; stress and safety.

Mourning the loss of a loved one is emotionally painful. Having to relive their last moments by cleaning up the crime scene can add unnecessary stress. Mentally you cannot handle the task of cleaning up the crime scene or do you want to.

A crime scene can possess biohazards such as blood or other bodily fluids. There is the chance of contracting blood-borne illnesses if the environment was not sanitized properly. Professional cleaners ensure all inhabitant are free from infections through their know-how and tools.

Our cleaners at New Start Bio will relieve the stress of cleaning up a crime scene through our homicide cleaning service. The service ensures that the environment is clean to prevent any illness to those living or working in the space.

We also offer 24/7 emergency response service so that you can have your space back as soon as possible. For additional information, please contact us at 512.663.1186

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