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Bio-One of Cherokee County decontamination and biohazard cleaning services


We hope you never find yourself looking at a crime scene, but if you do,  your initial thought may be that the police will clean it.  Unfortunately, this is not the case.  You may even think you can clean it yourself. You may want it to be gone as soon as possible and that's completely understandable. Here's some reasons why you shouldn't do that. 

1. Fluids! Coming into contact with bodily fluids, especially blood, can be harmful. It can carry disease and pathogens that you just don't want on or near your body!

2. Invisible to the eye! Everything that can be left behind is not always visible to the naked eye. Items that remain can still result in harmful effects. This means if you try and clean it and leave behind any traces of the scene (even germs and pathogens you can't see), your home won't be as sanitary as you think it is. In this scenario what you don't see can hurt you. This is why it is important to bring in the professionals. 

3. Don't stress! While you may be worried that you can't afford crime scene cleaners, your insurance will usually take care of it! Don't let this detail keep you from getting the professionals in the door!

Please don't ever try to clean a crime scene yourself! You'll be happier,  a professional's clean up is more sanitary, and you will feel less stress when you let the professionals come take care of it.  Contact us for help today!