British Columbia's trauma & crime scene cleanup specialists since 1998

After a traumatic event, cleaning up and disinfecting the area should only be provided by certified trauma scene clean-up technicians. These professionals can bring back the affected areas to full normalcy by performing the necessary decontamination, deodorization, and sanitization procedures.

When cleaning up a trauma scene where an unattended death, suicide, or homicide occurred, our trained professionals keep in mind the specific conditions surrounding that scene. They are required to follow the instructions of authorities, which means that they cannot begin their work until the crime scene has been thoroughly investigated for evidence, and released.

In order to eliminate potentially harmful residues and return the place to its previous condition, it is necessary to utilize appropriate equipment including deodorization of areas utilizing specific disinfection techniques such as ozone cleaning. Ozone cleaning is currently one of the most effective methods available for eliminating all types of viruses as well as eliminating unwanted odours. As a result of this, it is widely utilized in scenarios involving trauma, as well as in hoarding scenarios.

Its antibacterial qualities make it a preferred product in trauma scenes that require thorough cleaning. Ozone cleaning eliminates all bacteria, viruses, germs, and other types of microorganisms from the water and air. Due to the fact that ozone cleaning is a service offered by specialized cleaning companies, it is possible that you are not familiar with its application.


Traits of a trauma scene cleaner

Cleaning up after traumatic events is not an easy chore. In order to do this type of job, our certified professionals  are required to possess a specified set of qualifications, including:

If you have any questions about trauma clean-up services, don’t hesitate to contact us at 604.598.8887 or by email by clicking here. We will be happy to assist you.

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