Commercial Crime Scene and Trauma Cleanup Services

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Rainbow Restoration® provides professional remediation and reconstruction services for businesses, rental units, apartments, warehouses, service stations, and any other business, organization, or institution requiring our help.

Choose Rainbow Restoration for trauma scene cleanup and commercial biohazard restoration. Call (855) 724-6269 for 24/7 emergency service.

Our Trauma Scene Services

Our trauma scene restoration and remediation services help businesses in need of:  

  • Crime scene cleanup, including decontamination of chemicals like tear gas 
  • Suicide, homicide, and accidental death scene cleanup and decontamination 
  • Drug/lab cleanup 
  • Hoarding and animal infestation cleanup, including odor and rubbish removal
  • Emergency vehicle, facility, and equipment cleanup
  • Infectious disease, viral, and microbial site decontamination
  • Bodily fluids and tissue cleanup
  • And more

If your commercial property requires more extensive restoration, our technicians are able to assist on the scene by:

  • Repairing or replacing damaged or contaminated drywall, subfloor, or other structural components
  • Repainting damaged walls
  • Cleaning or replacing flooring
  • Restoring cabinets and countertops
  • And more

Our Hoarding Cleanup Services

Hoarding can cause significant property damage and impair health and safety. We help property owners address hoarding by:

  • Removing clutter, debris, harmful materials, and animal infestation
  • Removing damaged appliances, furniture, or structural pieces
  • Sanitizing the affected area
  • Helping to dispose or donate items
  • Repairing and restoring damage to the interior structure
  • And more

Regulations Governing Biohazard Cleanup and Disposal

Not just anyone should attempt to complete trauma scene cleanup. There are rules governing the cleanup of trauma scenes and those involving biohazards and hazardous materials. Federal authorities that have established regulations include the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Each state also has its own sets of rules – often established and enforced by the Department of Natural Resources or Health Department. County or municipal rules may also exist, and must be adhered to.

For example, only trained personnel with OSHA-compliant Bloodborne pathogen Certification can decontaminate and dispose of biohazard materials. In the process of receiving this certification, biohazard cleaning and crime scene cleanup professionals learn how to manage the dangers, how to use cleaning and personal protection equipment properly and what cleaning protocols must be met at each scene. When you call Rainbow Restoration's certified cleanup trauma cleaning experts, you can be confident that the work will be done safely, respectfully and include the proper removal of all contaminated substances according to all federal, state and local requirements.

The Trauma Cleaning and Biohazard Removal Process

After authorities and emergency personnel have secured and cleared the scene, your local Rainbow Restoration team will arrive on site. Equipped with protective gear, tools, and supplies, we will begin with biohazard removal. During this process, your technician will remove any hazardous or damaged materials from the affected area.

Once this process is complete, our team will sanitize and safely dispose of contaminated materials, after which reconstruction, if needed, may begin. We offer full-service commercial reconstruction, meaning that our technicians may clean, remove, and replace affected materials, leaving your space looking like new. No additional contractors or service providers necessary.

Biohazard Cleanup Certification

Following strict federal, state, and local regulations from authorities including Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is our top priority when completing commercial biohazard cleanup. 

We're adamant about ensuring that your property is safely restored to its pre-event condition.  

Why Rainbow Restoration?

Our technicians not only restore your site in accordance with all applicable laws, we're also respectful and trained to handle delicate circumstances.

When the unthinkable happens, our compassionate trauma scene experts can get you back to business and help the healing process by quickly restoring the site to its pre-event condition.

Find Biohazard Cleanup Near Me

Choose Rainbow Restoration for professional biohazard and trauma scene cleanup and ensure that your business or organization recovers quickly and safely from an unexpected crime or accident. Call (855) 724-6269 or schedule an appointment online now.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does renters insurance cover biohazard cleanup?

Oftentimes, yes. But because of the size and nature of these policies, they're unlikely to pay for the full cost. At a rental property, both the renters and owners policies will likely contribute to the cost of cleanup and renovation.

How much does biohazard cleanup cost?

Cleanup and restoration costs will vary based on the type and extent of damage present. Contact your local Rainbow Restoration for a custom quote.

Will insurance pay for hoarding cleanup?

This will depend on the type of insurance and the extent of the damage. Neglect and improper maintenance will not be covered by insurance. Work with your insurance carrier to understand the extent of your coverage.

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