Crime Scene Cleaners Adelaide provide a crime scene cleaning and decontamination service for both commercial and domestic customers throughout Adelaide and South Australia. Crime Scene Cleanup involves the removal and cleaning or disposal of items that have been contaminated with body fluids / blood, or tissue matter, but it does not stop there.
As well as cleaning the obvious area that has been contaminated, we also perform a thorough deep clean, especially in areas that the untrained eye would not see such as grout, cement, wood flooring and sub flooring which all have the potential to emanate death odours if they have been contaminated due to the decomposition of human body fluids, blood, and tissue. Crime Scene Cleaners Adelaide trained and experienced forensic cleaning technicians use professional-grade decontaminants to make safe potential biological hazards.
Crime Scene Cleaners Adelaide employ a team of highly skilled specialists, whose training and knowledge base allow them to offer remediating to areas that have been contaminated with bodily fluids and human tissue; areas the untrained eye would not see.
Our services cover (but not limited to) the following events:
- Crime Scene Cleaning
- Forensic Cleaning
- Biohazard Remediation
- Meth Lab Remediation
- Sewage Clean Ups
- Mould Remediation
We can also help a grieving family by dealing quickly, compassionately and effectively with crime scene cleanup. Our team is sensitive to a family’s grief, and will thoroughly explain the process that may be required for their particular situation.
Crime Scene Cleaners Adelaide is the South Australian leader in all forensic cleaning, biological restoration and crime scene clean ups providing our clients a prompt, reliable and comprehensive remediation service. If you would like to talk to one of our bio-recovery technicians or would like more information on the services we offer please contact us for an obligation-free discussion and see for yourself why Crime Scene Cleaners Adelaide is the first-choice for biohazard remediation in South Australia.