We have helped hundreds of families and businesses with suicide cleanup, homicide cleanup, decomposition cleanup, hoarding cleanup, tear gas cleanup and so much more.
When we think of crime scenes, read about them in books, or see them on TV or in the movies we assume that “This will never happen to me or my family.” But unfortunately, sometimes these situations are exactly what does happen to us, and then we have to deal with the aftermath of them.
A crime scene, no matter what kind of crime scene it is, is going to be traumatic to deal with. It could be a serious instance of domestic abuse. It could be a homicide. It could be a suicide. It could be an unattended death in the family where the body was not found for some time. It could be a hoarding situation that needs to be addressed. It could be a drug bust or some other kind of police bust involving damage to the property, violence, tear gas, etc.
No matter what it is, the law dictates that once a crime scene is processed, it is the responsibility of the family or the extended family to clean up and remediate that crime scene. This isn’t just a Denver thing. It’s a nationwide law.
This takes most families by surprise. We see the crime scene itself, in TV and movies, and we watch detectives and investigators on crime shows process these scenes with grim expressions on their faces and foreboding music in the background. But what happens when they leave? And what happens when you’re left to literally inherit the mess that is a Denver residential or commercial crime scene? If you need crime scene cleaning services in Denver, Colorado we are here 24-hours a day by calling (719) 201-2726..
We understand that this is not a mess that you want to deal with, even if you’re naturally inclined to take care of your own cleaning projects. We’re available in Denver twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. We’re committed to helping you and your family overcome this difficult time with minimal exposure to the place where it all happened.
We strive for excellence and quality in what we do. We work hard to make sure that no stone is left unturned, and that we get down to every last bit of mess and clean it up. Our goal is to restore the scene to a position even better off than it was before the crime or incident occurred. We offer a variety of cleanup services in Denver to meet your needs:
We can’t think of a family event that could be worse than a suicide. When we lose a family Suicide Cleanup Denvermember like this, it changes our lives. It changes us forever. This is a special kind of trauma that no one should have to go through, yet thousands of families experience this hardship every year.
Our goal, though we know you’re hurting and will be for some time, is to come in and make the home better at least, so you don’t have to be constantly reminded of the suicide scene. And if the responsibility has fallen on you to clean up a suicide scene at a family member’s Denver home, we can help there too. If you need suicide cleaning services in Denver, Colorado we are here 24-hours a day by calling (719) 201-2726..
Much like a suicide scene, a homicide cleanup in Denver is a hard experience for us to face. We often wonder at the humanity of having to clean up the crime scene of a loved one who’s been taken from us in a homicide, and that’s why we offer our homicide cleanup services for Denver residents. We’ll be sure to completely sanitize the area so that there are no harmful contaminants, blood-borne illnesses, biological hazards, damage to the premises, etc. We have technicians certified in biohazard remediation, so we’ll take care of this stressful situation for you. If you need homicide cleaning services in Denver, Colorado we are here 24-hours a day by calling (719) 201-2726..
Hoarding is a growing problem in America. It affects almost five percent of the population. A home that has been inhabited by a hoarder is one that is a step away from being condemned. And sometimes families wish that the city would just take the home and they wouldn’t have to deal with it. Rather, the family has to address a hoarding scene when a hoarding loved one passes away or is moved to a different area. Thankfully, our crews can do this quite well, as we are trained to tackle even the most daunting and hazardous of hoarding scenarios. If you need hoarding cleaning services in Denver, Colorado we are here 24-hours a day by calling (719) 201-2726..
Denver police officers sometimes have to use tear gas when performing an arrest in a home. Tear gas is a tricky gas, very difficult to get out of a space once it is let off in an enclosed area. Furthermore, this gas is very harmful to our mucous membranes and respiratory tracts. Thankfully, our technicians can enter a space in biohazard suits and get the gas removed rapidly. If you need tear gas removal services in Denver, Colorado we are here 24-hours a day by calling (719) 201-2726..