Crime scene cleaning refers to not only death scenes, but also may include the clean up of hazardous chemicals associated with methamphetamine labs, MRSA outbreaks, fingerprint dust,debris, fire, smoke, water, sewage, broken glass or a myriad of other disasters. A crime scene may occur anytime or anywhere and our certified technicians’ top priority is to restore the crime scene to its original or better than original condition.
Death scene cleaning might be the result of a homicide, suicide, accident, an unattended death or just natural causes. Unfortunately, death is not always peaceful and the scene of a death is not always neat and easy to clean. There may be a significant amount of blood or other potential infectious materials (OPIMs) that contain infectious disease and only certified crime scene technicians can clean a death scene.
XTREME Cleaners’ highly trained technicians are ready to respond to any crime or death scene 24 hours a day, seven days a week using the latest technology and equipment.