Q. How much will this service cost me?
A. About 90% of the time, homeowners’ or auto insurance (if a vehicle is involved) pays for some or all of the costs for a death or trauma scene cleanup.
Our billing specialists act quickly to obtain insurance claim numbers and work authorization and then collaborate closely with adjusters throughout the cleanup process. We gladly do all the insurance-related work for you.
Q. What are my payment options?
A. Besides insurance, we also accept cash, checks, Visa and Mastercard.
Q. What are your qualifications?
A. Our technicians are OSHA (Occupational Safety Health Administration) bloodborne pathogen trained and properly insured.
We operate under the guidelines of an extensive Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan and Respiratory and Hazard Communications Plan.
Crime Tech is fully insured and carries $2,000,000 general liability, and $1,000,000 personal injury. Our insurance certificates are available upon request.
The owner and lead bio technician is a police academy graduate and well-versed in collaborating with first responders when handling crime and trauma situations.
Q. How do I know that you have performed a thorough cleaning?
A. Besides HEPA 500 air scrubbers and Ozone generators, Crime Tech uses the bio-reveal ATP detection system, the most reliable and most cost-effective rapid testing tool available for measuring mold, bacteria and bio-films.
Bio-reveal is a state of the art, real-time, biological detection system designed to provide instant results for bio-contamination testing on surfaces or in liquids.
Bio-reveal is an ideal tool for performing Post Remediation Verification (PRV) testing after remediation projects. When Crime Tech completes a bio-recovery, we know the site is clean and safe.
Q. What questions should I ask regarding this service?
A. More companies are beginning to enter the market to perform these services, so make sure you select a company that is qualified.
A few questions you should ask:
- How long have you been performing this sort of work?
CrimeTech has performed biohazard recovery and crime and trauma scene cleanup since 2006.
- Are the bio-technicians employed by your company?
CrimeTech performs all work and does not sub contract any portion of the biohazard cleanup.
- How do you dispose of your medical waste?
CrimeTech has contracted with Colorado Springs leading provider of medical waste disposal services.
- Will people need to know about our situation?
Our clients can absolutely depend upon CrimeTech’s discretion, care, and professionalism.