Trauma and Bio-Hazard Restoration Services

Biohazards and trauma are serious situations that require professional treatment. If your property falls victim to a crisis, crime scene or suicide, fixing the scene can look bleak. To respond to these events, the restoration group needs sensitivity, training and skills. Calling on experts is safest because the substances left behind are graphic and can also be hazardous. The Paul Davis Recovery Services have the training and skills to resolve these sensitive events correctly and compassionately.

Paul Davis is a bio-hazard cleanup company counters situations such as:

  • Neglected remains
  • Homicide or Suicide Treatment
  • Crime Scene Treatment
  • Trauma Scene Treatment
  • Biohazard Removal Services
  • Industrial or Home Accidents
  • Animal Remains or Waste
  • Hoarding Remains
  • Forensic Investigation Chemicals

Additional Biohazard Scenes

As a property owner, it’s hard to deal with biohazardous trauma scenes without professional help. Our biohazard cleanup experts can also rid your space of any sewage problems, as well as hazardous methamphetamine lab areas. Both of these scenes call for complete care and professionalism. In both scenarios, biotoxins are prominent enough to result in real health hazards if you aren’t knowledgeable. Our team uses their years of expertise to clean any hazard they are called for. In these moments, don’t attempt to handle the hazards on your own sewage or drug lab scenes.

The Paul Davis Difference

Experts with Paul Davis are prepared to respond to these graphic scenes. Our decontamination is performed by qualified recovery specialists who use strict industry techniques. The team has been trained in specialized steps from Paul Davis, through our Trauma/Bio-Recovery certification training, or National Institute of Decontamination Specialists (NIDS) to finish the necessary work thoroughly, using the latest steps and equipment. Our experts follow all local, state, federal, OSH and other requirements.

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