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All Dry Services Trauma & Crime Scene Cleanup

Easing Our Customers’ Burdens Since 2014

Dealing with the aftermath of a crime scene or tragedy at your property can be an emotionally trying time. After the flashing sirens, yellow tape, law enforcement officers, and the coroner are gone, you are still left with the mess to clean up. This can include anything from blood splatter, bodily tissues and/or fluids, fingerprint dust, tear gas residue, and more. At All Dry Services, our compassionate and meticulous Jupiter crime scene cleanup specialists will help return your life and property to normal as quickly as possible. Let us focus on the safety of your environment so you can focus on healing.

For a crime scene cleanup, call (561) 220-6270 or contact us online for an estimate. We offer both same-day and 24/7 emergency service.

The Crime Scene Cleanup Process

To best capture any evidence left behind, law enforcement officials can leave various destruction in the wake of an investigation. In addition to any blood or bodily fluids, they may tear apart your property in search of clues to help find the culprit. Additionally, the substances used in fingerprint dust and tear gas are hard to remove and require special solutions. At All Dry Services, our All Dry crime scene cleanup and trauma specialists have the proper tools, equipment, and methods to safely restore your property.

Blood Cleanup

Any time blood is present at the scene of a crime or tragedy, a licensed professional must handle the cleanup. This is because blood can contain multiple bloodborne pathogens, communicable diseases, and other bacteria. Blood is considered a biohazard, and as such, certain precautions must be carefully followed in order to preserve your safety. The All Dry crime scene and trauma cleanup specialists at All Dry Services follow standards put in place by OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) to ensure quality cleanup.

These standards include:

  • Proper protection is worn including disposable gloves, protective gowns or uniforms, and protective eyewear and masks/face shields
  • Limiting access to the affected area
  • Cleanup as quickly and thoroughly as possible
  • Dispose of any collected blood and any items used to clean in proper biohazard receptacles
  • Sanitize all items that came into contact with the blood using special solutions
  • If sanitation is impossible (often in the case of absorbent fabrics or materials), specialists must remove and properly dispose of any contaminated item
  • Dispose of all protective gear used during cleanup
  • Transport all items that need to be disposed to a licensed biological material and hazardous waste disposal center

Because blood can easily stain cement, we might resort to power washing it to try to eliminate any signs or reminders of the tragedy.

Deodorization

Sometimes, a death occurs but it remains undiscovered for quite some time. As decomposition progresses, the smell can be foul and difficult to remove. If necessary, we will deodorize any affected area to remove the stench of decay.

Satisfaction Guaranteed with our All Dry Crime Scene Cleanup Services

At All Dry Services, we understand the importance of doing a thorough job when it comes to crime scene and trauma cleanup. Because the events surrounding the need for this service are so emotionally taxing, the last thing you want is to have to call people back out because you still see blood or your eyes burn from improper tear gas removal. When you turn to our team, we will get the job done right the first time so you can go back to your typical routine and begin the healing process.

We’re IICRC certified. Call us at (561) 220-6270 to schedule service.

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