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Absolute Bio Clean’s work begins in the state of florida when the authorities end their investigation. We’re in the business of ensuring that you, your family and your home or property gets the protection it needs from potential bio-hazards – even in the worst possible scenario. (Suicide, blood, homicides, Unattended Death, bodily fluid and accidents.) We service of all Florida and are local to central Florida; Orlando, Orange and Seminole county. Our technicians are trained in decontamination and sterilization of even the worst situations. Rest assured, we’ll always go about our work with your environmental and emotional needs in mind. We service all 67 counties in Florida with immediate response. The Blood Cleanup Experts.
Absolute Crime & Trauma Bio-Clean
“When cleaning absolutely matters.”
Florida Crime Scene Cleanup Services by:The Blood Cleanup Experts
Is a very specialized form of cleanup. It generally involves a type of bio-cleanup where blood, fluids, chemicals, mold, bacteria or other substances, which may be harmful to people, are present. The presence of these things requires specialized skills and equipment to safely and successfully clean the site. Many different jobs fall under the category of crime scene cleanup, this includes murder cleanup, suicide, meth lab cleanup and the cleaning of finger printing dust or blood cleanup.
Florida Suicide Cleanup
It is a tragic situation where the family is often surprised, grief stricken and confused. They are dealing with the loss of a loved one, their shock and surprise at what has happened, and their confusion about why their loved one chose to take their own life. Add Add to this that after the police and EMTs leave, they have to deal with the aftermath of this terrible event. The bodily fluids and blood cleanup are bad enough to deal with as it is, but to know that it comes from your loved one is just too hard. Let professionals handle it. Not only will we be able to handle any and all bio-hazardous materials, but we will remove the evidence of this terrible event so the family will not have to deal with it.
Blood and Bodily Fluid Cleaning and Disenfecting Serives in Florida
Are liquids that are inside the bodies of living organisms. They include fluids that are excreted or secreted from the body as well as body water that normally is not. Body fluid is the term most often used in medical and health contexts. Modern medical hygiene and public health practices also treat body fluids as potentially unclean. This is because they can be vectors for infectious disease.
Florida Unattended Death (Decompositions)
Unattended Death Clean Up is the term that is used to indicate the situation where a person passes away and the body is not found for a period of days to weeks. The discovery of the body can be a shock to the family. Add to that the necessity of cleaning the premises and it can be overwhelming for anyone. In some cases the unattended death may occur in an apartment complex or hotel in which case, it is often the building or facilities manager who needs to deal with it. If you have an unattended death clean up, a company with cleanup experts that are certified and knowledgeable will be invaluable
Homicide Cleanup Services in Florida
Homicide Clean up is one of the types of cleanup for which a crime scene cleanup company is intrinsically designed to handle. This represents a crime scene which usually involves a significant amount of blood and other bodily fluids. Not only do many people find this unsettling to clean up, but there safety issues involved that really require a professional service with specific training to handle these types of biohazardous cleanup.
Automobiles / Boats / Busses / Planes / Law Enforcement Vehicle Cleaning in Florida
We can service all your needs and any surfaces/places you see yourself facing a trauma clean up.
Bloodborne Pathogen Cleaning in Florida
Means pathogenic microorganisms that are present in human blood and can cause disease in humans. These pathogens include, but are not limited to, hepatitis B virus (HBV) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).