Emergency Crime Scene Clean Up In Fort Meade
ServiceMaster by Singer provides immediate response to crime scene cleaning for situations like homicides, drug labs, unattended deaths, and more to homeowners, property managers, commercial companies, and housing authorities.
ServiceMaster by Singer’s restoration technicians has the training and experience to clean all matters of crimes. Our restoration services cover all crime scenes and trauma related emergencies.
In the unfortunate event of an injury, death or suicide, the last thing a family member wants to think about is coordinating the clean-up process. When these situations occur, it's always best on a professional restoration & cleaning company in the local Fort Meade area.
After law enforcement and first responders finish inspecting a crime or accident scene, ServiceMaster by Singer's team will begin the cleaning operation. Many times, these areas have blood and other biohazard contaminants that pose a serious health risk.
Being a certified EPA firm, and employing staff trained in OSHA regulations, our technicians follow the proper procedures, and best practices to restore an area back to a safe environment. Whether it is a residential or commercial property, we treat both situations equally and give it all our focus.
What you can expect from a well-respected company like us:
- General safety and health evaluation
- Establish containment and prevent cross-contamination
- Sanitary removal of biohazardous materials
- Cleaning and deodorization of affected contents
- Transportation and disposal of contaminants according to OSHA regulations
With over 5 locations in Maryland, we're never too far from helping the Fort Meade area clean a crime scene. Our restoration technicians are standing by to assist you with any emergency situation where biohazard cleaning is required.
Fort Meade Crime Scene Cleaning Services:
- Biohazard remediation
- Blood cleaning
- Communicable disease
- Drug paraphernalia removal
- Homicide & suicide Cleanup
- Meth lab cleanup
- Suicides/death accidents
- Tear gas cleanup
- Unattended Death
- Vehicle blood bioremediation