CRIME CLEAN-UP

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Able Business Services, Inc. Crime Scene Cleanup is one of South Florida’s leading and very well-trusted Trauma/Crime Scene cleanup companies. Our services include blood cleanup, suicide cleanup, death cleanup, homicide cleanup, vehicle blood cleanup, injury cleanup, and hoarding and filth cleanup.

 

We are dedicated to the recovery of all accidents, crime, trauma, and bio-hazardous scenes including suicides, homicides, hoarder clean outs, sewage back flows, microbial contamination issues such as Norwalk Virus, MRSA, Legionella, H1N1. C-diff, and much more.   We are available 24 hours a day and 365 days a year to respond to your needs. 

Homicides
 
  • What is Crime Scene Clean Up? Technically, crime scene cleanup is the process of cleaning and decontaminating areas stained by body fluids, blood, and other potentially infectious materials which biohazard sanitation is needed.
     

  • We have been serving homeowners, business owners, and the American public and offer discretion as well as compassion with each and every decontamination job we complete. Let us focus on the safety of the environment where a crime or accident took place so you can focus on what matters most to you in this difficult time. Our clean-up team is dedicated to disinfecting and terminating any health hazards that linger after a crime scene. Health hazards include but are not limited to blood borne pathogens, harmful bacteria, viruses, and diseases. 

 

Suicides
 
  • Whether death occurred due to natural causes, homicide, suicide, unattended death, decomposition, or an accident, it can be hard to come to terms with. Able Business Services, Inc. Crime Scene Cleanup provides suicide cleanup, servicing all of South Florida. We offer help when individuals, families, companies, or communities have experienced death and trauma that has left a location filled with the evidence of what exactly went down. 
     

  • Trauma cleanup is a specialized service that’s provided by a reliable team that has the certification, cleaning supplies, safety equipment, disinfection, and the protocol to perform restoration of a biohazardous crime scene or trauma scene.
     

  • Many times our professional cleanup services are covered by insurance. There’s a growing awareness of how crucial adequate cleaning is after blood or bodily fluids have been spilled and the awareness can help ensure safety and affordability in your circumstance.

 

Unattended Deaths
 
  • When a person passes away without medical supervision or witnesses, the legal definition is “unattended death.” Often, unattended deaths occur in the individual’s home, and the body is not discovered for days, weeks, or even months.

  • As awful as crime scenes and accidents are, the upsetting nature of an unattended death is one of the hardest to bear for the families.

  • Along with the thought of a loved one dying alone and decomposing in a place that was considered home to them, that is unfortunately not the only concern with those left behind. Unattended death clean-up is among the most challenging situations to deal with.

 

Vehicle Blood Clean-Up
 
  • Professional vehicle cleanup services are needed for a variety of situations such as vehicle crashes, accidents, suicides, homicides, break-ins, and any other traumas that can leave blood spill on or in a vehicle. Blood, bodily fluid, and other bio-hazardous conditions in a vehicle need to be cleaned up at a microscopic level to ensure driving it or entering it after situation is safer for any and  every one. 

  • Our professional vehicle blood cleanup services are offered in the effort to help sanitize personal, first responder, law enforcement, public transit, commercial, airline, and any other type of vehicle in need. 

  • Cleaning a vehicle can be a tricky process. There are so many small crevasses, buttons, panels, and many other obstacles in such a confined space and even an inch left contaminated can lead to adverse health effects. ​

 
Bio-Hazard Cleanup
 
  • If you’ve found this page, it’s likely you’re responsible for cleaning up a site affected by bio-hazardous material or you’re researching an emergency plan. You may be a private citizen reeling from the death of a loved one or a facilities manager concerned about the health and well-being of employees in the wake of an accident or disaster. If so, scroll down to learn more. 

  • Body fluids or tissue left behind after an accident, death, or severe illness are classified as bio-hazardous waste. Janitorial and home cleaning personnel experience plenty of difficult tasks as part of their jobs, but bio-hazard and crime scene cleaning are not all we do. When the risks are high, experience and specialization count. 

  • Improper cleaning almost always spreads the bio-hazardous material beyond the initial contamination zone. Proper remediation requires careful panning to preserve surrounding objects and areas and prevent cross-contamination. ​

 

Blood Cleanup
 
  • After a crime, accident, or mishap that results in a blood spill, there is often a thorough investigation by law enforcement officials and a forensics team. Other times, that is not needed at all.  Able Business Services, Inc. Crime Scene Cleanup provides South Florida with professional blood cleanup services. In truth, knowing how to safely and properly clean up blood spills is an expertise that only a few individuals are properly trained and certified to safely perform.

  • Special cleaning agents and tools are used when working with blood loss and bodily fluids. The usual detergents and soaps are not enough to clean up the blood stains and even without seeing or smelling the blood, an untrained individual will not have the knowledge and equipment to eliminate all the microbes and pathogens that are left on the surface, invisible to the naked eye. ​