Tulsa Crime Scene Cleanup Services


Suicide Cleanup

According to an article published by The Washington Times dated August of 2016, Tulsa has one of the highest suicide rates in the country being 37 percent higher than the national average. There is an average of 16.8 suicides per 100,000 people in Tulsa alone while the state of Oklahoma's overall rate is 12.6 suicides per 100,000 people. It is a serious issue that has serious consequences and ramifications for everyone involved. It's difficult enough losing a loved one to suicide without then cleaning up the aftermath yourself. A task which can add to the devastation, and compound the traumatic experience.

Crime Scene Cleanup

Statistically, Tulsa's crime index is over 97%. This means only 3% of other cities in the US have a higher per capita crime rate. If you find yourself affected by the actions of a criminal with the loss of a family member, or loved one in your home, business, or vehicle, you should seriously consider having professionals take care of removing the evidence of the event that remains after the police and paramedics have completed their work on the scene.

Hoarding Cleanup

A hoarding situation is a very hazardous one. Not only is it a physical injury hazard from falling items, but a toxic hazard as well. Particularly in hoarded homes where animals are present. Animals will often urinate and defecate in small, unreachable areas surrounded by hoarded items and debris, which then remains untouched breeding harmful bacteria, and noxious chemical fumes. The removal of these items is a daunting task, and full protective equipment is required to perform the task safely. Once the items are removed, the home will be sanitized, and safe for human habitation again.

List of services:

  • Crime scene cleanup
  • Trauma cleanup
  • Suicide cleanup
  • Hoarding cleanup
  • Meth lab decontamination
  • Tear gas remediation
  • Dead animal removal
  • Biohazard waste disposal
  • Blood cleanup
  • Unattended deaths
  • Stabbings
  • Feces and urine

The dangers of cleaning up blood and bodily fluids.

After an accident or crime scene in your home or business, you may be faced with a horrific scene from a crime or suicide. When cleaning up blood and bodily fluids, the individual must be protected with gloves, biohazard suit, and respirator to be safe from diseases and contaminants. Being properly trained to deal with blood needs to be the first priority. When you have a suicide or crime scene at your residence, it is highly important to contact a biohazard remediation company for help with the task. All scenes have to be disinfected after blood and bodily fluids have been removed to have a safe environment.